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.
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.
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.
We’re all working for the weekend, but why spend all of that hard-earned cash on a vacation when you can score one for less? Here, the best places to go (and what to eat and where to stay) to save some dollar dollar bills.
NY-based Away will ensure you never need another suitcase ever again
Who is it?
NY-based luggage label Away
Why do I want it?
Meticulously considered design that will make you a better traveller
Where can I find it?
Only on the Away site, in their US stores, or at upcoming pop-ups
Crunchy or melted, cocoa can be enjoyed in every way possible at the Salon du Chocolat 2017. From sugary treats tothe origin of cocoa beans and transporting your taste buds to Japan, here are 4 game changing ways to make most out of this 100% chocolate event.
This month, Louis Vuitton returned to where it all began in Paris, to open up a store like no other called the Maison.
THE EXTERIOR FACADE OF MAISON LOUIS VUITTON VENDÔME, ORIGINALLY DESIGNED BY JULES-HARDOUIN MANSART, THE ARCHITECT OF THE PALACE OF VERSAILLES.
Located at 2 Place Vendôme, the grand 18th-century building was where the brand's story began over 160 years ago. It was here—below two hôtel particuliers and behind a facade designed by Jules-Hardouin Mansart, the architect of the Palace of Versailles—that a young Louis Vuitton opened his first store. Today, the address has come back to life with the help of architect Peter Marino.