The issue finds romantic inspiration in locales near and far — from Cape Town to Bhutan, Montauk to the Orient Express.
The Los Angeles artist Alex Israel sees a vivid exuberance in Terrance Hayes’s reflection on the comforts and perils of taking refuge in art.
No longer content to simply mend ceramic plates, Chinese jars and other fragments of history, the master restorer Bouke de Vries now creates something wholly original from them.
In the vertiginous mountains of the South Asian nation, where happiness is akin to holiness, bicycling has become much more than a national pastime. It’s a spiritual journey.
Postcards with randomly overlaid images — byproducts of the printing process that are usually discarded — purchased at newsstands in Europe.
Chic organic farms, cowsheds serving fresh-picked herbs and tables made from old electric cable spools. Move over, Brooklyn: the South African city’s artisanal charms are enough to make any New Yorker fall in love.
Since sturgeon fishing was banned in the Caspian Sea, Paris’s top purveyors of the delicacy have turned to producers from as far afield as California, Uruguay and China.
For over a century, the cloistered luxury of the Orient Express has mingled intrigue and decadence.
Geometric graphics made strong statements this season, with designers taking their cues from art and architecture to play tricks on the eye.
The Italian jewelry house turns a classic timepiece into timeless jewelry.