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11 Jan

The Yoga Studios To Try In 2018

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Whether you like your yoga one-on-one in a smart studio or prefer to sweat it out in a group class, new studios are popping up all over the French capital. From traditional hatha to kundalini and New Age chroma yoga, the choice of classes is now wider than ever before. Here’s where the Vogue team is signing up this year.

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Bromance Paname

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"At Bromance Paname, we mix gentle exercise with chill-out vibes,” say founders Elise and Audrey. At this hybrid studio where you can also grab a coffee with a friend or curl up with a book, yoga is approached as a sport. Try Hip Hop Yoga, a dynamic class set to a hip-hop soundtrack, or California Barre,...
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10 Jan

5 Travel Recs Based On Your Favorite Places

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We all know that just thinking of going on vacation is a task in and of itself—when to go, how many days to take off, figuring out a budget—that by the time you get to the fun part (location!) it's kind of another task. With so many amazing places to see in this world, it can quickly become overwhelming. Here, a cheat sheet. May you find the international vibe you're looking for based on your favorite cities in the U.S.

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LIKE SAN FRANCISCO? VISIT LISBON

Lisbon and San Francisco have uncanny similarities when it comes to terrain, architecture, and even infrastructure. Built upon hills, both cities feature peaks with incredible views (that will give you a...
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3 Jan

4 Travel Destinations And The Essentials To Carry

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Whether you're relaxing in a tropical oasis or exploring a new metropolis, we've got the items you need to make your last-minute traveling much easier.

Let’s face it 2017 was a bit of a whirlwind—with fluctuating and rash changes made from the White House and unexpected moves from the designers at the helm of our favorite labels. Now that a new year is approaching, the ideal way to reflect is by exploring the great outdoors or embracing a far-off destination. If you’re in need of a break from the monotony of everyday routines, mark this year as the one to remember. Embracing the spirit of travel, V has rounded-up an offering of the best travel essentials for every endeavor. From functional...
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3 Jan

How Australian Coffee Took Over—And Why New Zealand Coffee Could Be Next

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Five years ago, you would be hard-pressed to find flat whites and avocado toast in New York—a mention of either of those things would probably get you laughed out of your local greasy spoon. But today, you can hardly walk five blocks in Manhattan without bumping into a different “Aussie café,” a new genre of coffee shop that emphasizes carefully crafted espresso beverages (such as the flat white), charming service (“G’day, mate!”), and a menu of fresh and light fare (said avocado toast). The sheer number of them indicates that, at the very least, Aussie cafés have been not just a gustatory success but also a commercial one: Two Hands, Toby’s Estate, Citizens of Chelsea, Banter, Ruby’s, Brunswick, Sweatshop . . ....
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13 Dec

This Mailroom Is Serving Up Chic Cocktails And We’re Obsessed

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The Financial District is known for classic establishments like Delmonico’s and Harry’s Bar, but the downtown area around Wall Street has begun to move away from the stuffy banker’s bars of decades past, heralding new trendy spots that would make any New Yorker relinquish the Lower East Side and move even further downtown. Case in point: Mailroom. Situated beneath WeWork’s latest concept, WeLive, the space acts as part mailroom to the residents that live above, and part speakeasy bar to the fashion set and young professionals alike. While WeWork has become known for its shared office spaces that foster small businesses and freelancers, WeLive aims to create a living space that fosters community, flexibility and those looking to forgo the traditional living environment. Their New York City location, right on...
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6 Dec

Café Du Monde And 230 Fifth Are The Most-Instagrammed Restaurants In The U.S.

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Think back to all the restaurants and cafés that you've captured on your Instagram Story and scrolled past on your feed this year. If you or the people you follow live in New York, Chicago, or Los Angeles, there's a good chance those snaps helped boost your favorite eateries to the top of Instagram's list of the most-'grammed restaurants, bars, bakeries, and cafes in the U.S. in 2017. On Wednesday, Instagram released its year in review, separating the most popular restaurants in the country into two categories: the most-Instagrammed restaurants and the most-Instagrammed bakeries and cafés. Funny enough, the most-photographed "restaurant" is actually a rooftop bar: the sprawling 230 Fifth in New York City, which is located 21 floors up and offers spectacular views of Manhattan including the...
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4 Dec

Seven Christmas Markets In Europe

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From Prague to Rome, via Copenhagen, Europe's biggest capitals go all-out each year for their popular Christmas markets. Head to one of the best this winter, to pick up a treat and keep you feeling festive all month long.

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The Prague Christmas Market Every year, the Prague Christmas market sets up shop in the magnificent main square in the Old Town. Gathered at the feet of a giant, twinkling Christmas tree, the stalls let Czech handicrafts shine, offering a variety of wooden puppets, handmade jewelry and the regional specialty vánocvka, a kind of braided brioche with raisins. However, it's the procession of Saint Nicholas - accompanied by an angel and a devil - that really draws in the crowds, as...
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28 Nov

Celeb Stylist Karla Welch On How To Pack For Any Vacation

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Intent on making 2017 your Best Year Ever? We can help with that, thanks to our 2017 Coach of the Month series. For November, join stylist-to-the-stars Karla Welch in her personal-style bootcamp. This week, make your life easy: How to pack for any vacation.

If you’re headed for the snow…
Pair: A cute fitted sweatpant with a sweater and a little scarf around your neck — not a big wooly scarf, a chic little scarf.
Pair: A turtleneck underneath a sweatshirt plus tights, comfortable footwear, and a cute sock.

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H&M Cashmere-Blend Sweater, $60; hm.com SHOP

For a vintage ski look, pair: A high-waisted corduroy pant with a little sweater, tucked in plus suspenders.
To get dressy, pair: A knit turtleneck dress with Timberlands.

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24 Nov

Fast-Fine Dining Is The New Restaurant Frontier

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Media Noche—a Cuban joint in San Francisco’s Mission District—looks like a traditional restaurant. At dinnertime, its tables are full of people lingering over glasses of Riesling and turquoise-rimmed enamel bowls of slow-cooked ropa vieja. Its gorgeously designed, brightly tiled interior has made it a much-Instagrammed spot. But there is one difference between Media Noche and a typical restaurant: The people waiting aren’t vying for a table; they’re waiting to order food from a counter. That’s because Media Noche is one of a new wave of so-called fast-fine restaurants, which provide the design aesthetic, ambience, and quality food of higher-end establishments without the formality (and the operating costs) of actual fine-dining restaurants. These places offer a quick-and-easy eating experience while also, as...
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24 Nov

Irina Lakicevic’s Stylish Guide To Tbilisi

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For my first time in Georgia (for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Tbilisi), I was quite unsure what to expect. But Tbilisi proved to be a great place, which, alongside a sublime hotel stay, offered a thrilling trip into a culture that has been equally influenced by the East as it has by the West. Hipster spots, great interiors and architecture — not to mention fantastic music — all mean that Tbilisi’s title of "the new Berlin" is really well deserved. Food is budget-friendly, bakeries are on every corner, and Georgian wine is among the best I’ve tasted. Its brutalist buildings, which, alongside recent contemporary additions, make the city an eclectic and exciting place for anyone who appreciates the mixture of shiny new...
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