A Guide To The Best of Berlin’s Vintage Shopping

The locals describe Berlin as ‘poor but sexy’, which isn’t entirely an incorrect description. From the urban, punk-ish graffitied streets of Friedrichshain in Berlin’s East to the rapidly gentrifying, hipster neighborhood of Neukölln, Berlin is vibrant, young and full of surprises. With the city’s tumultuous and troubled past, the historical sites left behind leave much…

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7 Things I Learned on a 7-Day Detox

Part of traveling means tasting the local flavor and when you travel for a career, all that eating and sipping without a way to burn it off tends to add up. Although I wouldn’t change my guiltless-in-the-moment indulgences, when I do return to reality, easing back into a routine, well, isn’t always so easy as…

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Foraging In the Andes: Redefining Peruvian Cuisine with Central’s Virgilio Martinez

Virgilio Martinez does not limit his craftsmanship to the kitchen. After opening his restaurant Central in Lima, the Peruvian chef was driven to modify his style of cuisine after critics compared Central to restaurants in New York City and London. While visiting family in the the Andes Mountains, Martinez fell in love with Incan agriculture…

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Globally Inspired, Brooklyn Based: The Dream Designer Duo of Lizzie and Kathryn Fortunato

Upon browsing through the Lizzie Fortunato Jewelry Collection, the uniquely crafted silver and gold designs are broken up by vibrant colors and vivid patterns that depict an immediate and unspoken explanation behind the company’s steady growth throughout the past nine years. And when you peek into the lives of co-founders Lizzie and Kathryn Fortunato, you’ll…

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