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.
What do you get the ‘world travelers’ on your list? The ones who are constantly in transit, going to and from an exotic beach to off-the-grid ski chalet. Read more “A Last Minute Holiday Gift Guide For The World Traveler”
“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.
Driven to provide the modern day woman with clothing that suits the needs of her busy schedule, hybrid fashion label ADAY was created by co-founders Nina Faulhaber and Meg He. Read more “Meet ADAY: Technical Wardrobe Staples for Everyday, Everywhere”
When Elizabeth Suda traveled to Laos some eight years ago, she was unaware of the magnitude her travels would have — she soon learned about a Secret War otherwise known as the The Laotian Civil War (1953–1975) and left with the budding idea of starting a sustainable fashion company. Read more “‘Peace Is The Bomb’ with ARTICLE22”
The sunset over Toscana Resort Castelfalfi is that of a fairy tale. Warm pink hues streak the sky, adorning the terracotta rooftops with an iridescent glow.
A room fit for a queen. While the saying gets thrown around quite often, the Taj Lake Palace takes this statement to an entirely different level. Located in the middle of Lake Pichola, the decadent marble palace was originally built by Maharana (ruler) Jagat Singh II of Udaipur in 1746. It first became world renowned when it was featured as the secluded lair of “Octopussy’s” eponymous Bond girl back in the early 1980’s.
Like most chefs, Matt Christianson prides himself on his delicately prepared dishes. However, chef Christianson not only dedicates endless care and attention to his meal preparations, but also places great value on the well-nurtured relationships he possesses with local farmers. Read more “From Farm to Table with the Urban Farmer”
If you started to research surfing in Costa Rica, a number of surf camps would show up, and probably a recommendation for Tamarindo. Read more “A Novice Guide To Nosara, Costa Rica”
The private estate, Jnane Tamsna, takes up nine acres of lush Moroccan land, offering 24 ensuite bedrooms, sprawling gardens and an in-house dining experience like no other. When you eat at Jnane Tamsna, you eat like you are family. The large dining room with high arched ceilings, bright textiles and potted greenery maintain the familiarity and comfort of your most content family dinners. Read more “Jnane Tamsna: Marrakech’s Hidden Culinary Gem”
On Electrify Mag’s recent shoot in the Dominican Republic at Sea Horse Ranch, I was inspired by the nature and lush landscape of the Caribbean in keeping the look of our talent — Jocelyn Chew (ONE.1), Farah Holt (Marilyn), and Daiane Sodré (ONE) — as natural and fresh as the surroundings.
Begged to be served a la Famiglia style with a crusty loaf of bread on the side, the candied lemon adds sweet, bitter brightness and pairs beautifully with the asparagus.
Imagine if the beach was your front yard, the stars were your roof, the coastal cliffs were your playground and complete strangers became your companions.