Travel

Garance Doré’s Guide to Miami

How does a chic Parisienne take on Miami? Tastefully, of course. And what better chic Parisienne to consult than one Garance Doré? The triple-threat illustrator, photographer, and writer has captivated an ever-rapt audience of fashion fans since 2006, when she started her eponymous blog. Today, she continues to relay a...

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Chiara Ferragni’s Best of Downtown NYC

New York City. It’s big. Really big. And so how to start navigating the countless offerings of food, stores, and must-sees? Ask a pro. Fashion blogger Chiara Ferragni (aka The Blonde Salad) travels in and out of NYC so often she’s practically a local. That’s why we put her...

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The #StofferFamily Guide to NYC

John and Maura Stoffer are living the dream. The Chicago-based husband-and-wife photography duo, along with their newborn, are constantly on the move, traveling across the country to check out the best restaurants, hotels, and sweet spots to share with anyone who –smartly– wants to live vicariously through them. They’re...

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Block Party: Bond Street

Just steps from the blinding fury that is SoHo, seemingly the shopping Mecca of nearly every slow-moving body that ever came into existence, Bond Street occupies an enviously charming–and comparatively quieter–slice of the NoHo district. All cobblestone and character, Bond Street has lived nearly a dozen lives, each decade...

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Richard Longstreth and the Iconic Road Trip

To some, the dying iconography of roadside Americana is merely kitsch. To the architecturally-minded with a wunderlust for small wonders, it’s a relevant reminder of the “character” and local color that once was the “Open Road.” We’re grateful for historic preservationist and photographer Richard Longstreth’s new book, Road Trip:...

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Block Party: LA’s West 3rd Street

There are some blocks in Los Angeles that a New Yorker can truly appreciate. These are the one-stop shop streets, where you can get everything you need in one place, where you can–dare we say it–walk freely and for a fair distance, no car required. With excellent food and...

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Block Party: Thompson Street II

As we mentioned in our previous Thompson Street Block Party, though New York City’s options runneth over–sending you uptown, downtown, and every street in between–sometimes it’s nice to keep things close to home, especially during the colder months. Thompson Street, home of SIXTY SoHo, has so many options we had...

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Block Party: Thompson Street

While there’s nothing quite like heading out into the great unknown to strike upon an adventure of the grandest kind, there are some days—when a rainstorm of hurricane strength threatens to rip your umbrella in twain, or when two feet of snow has just befallen your sidewalk, or when you’re...

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Block Party: Atwater Village’s Glendale Blvd.

There are a couple of great neighborhoods in Los Angeles that you can easily miss if you blink.  The main strip of Atwater Village runs along Glendale Blvd., a street well-packed with yoga studios and places to eat and shop, offering up how Los Angeles does “quaint.” Time runs...

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Block Party: Miami’s South Beach

Sun. Sand. Sweat. Sex. Stone crabs. These are a few of South Beach’s favored things. They make up the SoBe stereotype. And yet, the stereotype falls short. South Beach is much more than a winter wonderland for the jet set, a spring break sanctuary for bikinis and board shorts....

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