As the founder and CEO of modelFIT, you can imagine Vanessa Packer’s daily routine is ever-changing. After following the New Yorker around her city routine, there was no doubt in this initial assumption. Throughout this ever-changing routine, there was, however, a surprisingly serene composure that engulfed her. Read more “Music, Mantras and Macrobiotics: A Day with modelFIT’s Vanessa Packer”
Life is a beach, literally, at least for photographer Morgan Maassen. Known for his unique and dreamy surf photos, Maassen truly has been around the world and back. While Maassen was born and raised in Santa Barbara, Calif., he rarely find himself in one place for long. Read more “Morgan Maassen is Chasing Waves with a Camera in Tow”
Planning the perfect trip can be both exhilarating and nerve wracking, intuitive and overwhelming—you’re finally taking the time off to visit a new place, so you want to do it right. But with travel becoming increasingly more popular, hidden gems are rare, and the cultural experience you’re seeking may leave you wishing you never left home. Read more “Disrupting The Traditional Travel Agency with Journy”
Woody Gooch’s tender years belie the superlative quality of his work. Entirely self-taught, the young Australian photographer is grabbing the attention of the world, all while taking all of the newfound adulation in his remarkably laid-back stride.
Read more “Woody Gooch: Capturing Time on the Crest of a Wave”
Marianna Jamadi is a definitive creative. Finding art through her lens, on paper, in new countries, or in expressive designs, Jamadi “gets lost in the creative process.” Read more “What Drives Nomadic Travel Photographer Marianna Jamadi”
Daphne Cheng is a vegan chef by necessity. Now the haute dining darling of New York and Shanghai’s cosmopolitan foodie circles, she became a vegan after reading The China Study, one of the most comprehensive nutrition studies ever performed on the link between diet and disease. Read more “A Day with Daphne Cheng: NYC’s Hottest Vegan Chef Hits Shanghai”
Most dieters begin their journey with the end-goal of body image in mind. Recently, however, there has been a shift in perception around the way dieting makes you feel, opposed to how it makes you look–something that Sakara Life’s co-founders took into consideration when launching their clean eating, meal delivery service. Read more “Enhance the Body, Mind and Soul with Sakara Life”
Since its birth, the United States has remained a proud melting pot of influences from all corners of the world. Despite the nation’s cultural differences and vast ancestral influences, one tradition remains highly celebrated: food. Read more “Sarsaparilla Club: East Meets West in Miami”
Not so long ago Pharrell Williams described being happy as feeling like a room without a roof. Personally, I relate happiness more to feeling like a room filled with Gray Malin’s art. Read more “Gray Malin: Happiness Is in the Eye of the Beholder”
Polly Brown collaborates with Mr & Mrs Smith to capture a photograph that embodies each of their twelve award-winning hotels, for an around-the-world project that only ignites her love for travel even more. Read more “Taking Flight With Polly Brown”
Widely acclaimed photographer and cinematographer, Andy Best, has managed to do what most people only dream of doing: traversing some of the world’s most breathtaking landscapes—and getting paid to do it. Read more “Learning Tricks of The Trade with Outdoor Photographer Andy Best”
Just like bees spend their lives working in community, spreading their purpose and making flowers grow, so does the collaborative and vibrant philosophy behind the Yellow Conference. Read more “Blooming Yellow: A Chat with Yellow Founder, Joanna Waterfall”
Long before there were “influencers” and Instagram became a lens via which to peer into their respective personal spaces, Coveteur.com was capturing unfiltered, behind-the-scenes glimpses into fashion-industry personalities around the world, many of them unknown (and often unrecognized) at the time – stylists, makeup artists and designers – all tastemakers in their own right.
“Oh, look! There’s a building in the desert!” Seriously. The Headquarters of the United Nations sits comfortably and picturesquely amid an Arabian desert, dunes of nothingness behind its modern and clean façade.