When dining options run from faux retro bistros to sharing a distressed farmhouse table with strangers, there is something wonderfully enchanting about old restaurants that seem preserved in amber — white tablecloths, old-fashioned menus and all.
Puerto Escondido, a hidden gem along Mexico’s Pacific Coast that is known for its waves, seafood and rugged beauty, is getting attention from a wealthier crowd.
The audacious British artist, who has a solo show opening tomorrow at the Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami, has adopted South Florida as a home away from home.
For man who owns such hotels as the Standard, the Mercer and the Chateau Marmont, ugliness is the enemy and perfection is in the details.
With a proliferation of new cafes, four-star hotels and boutiques, not to mention a worldly set of residents, the diverse Moroccan city is poised to become a major resort destination.
With saunas, a pool and a specialty food bar, the soon-to-open Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Centre at London’s Cafe Royal hotel is seriously in sync with the elements.
The latest issue of T takes us to many destinations in many different ways.
No matter where the journey takes us, T tries to broaden how we see things and to make sense of the cultural moment we live in.
With her unexpected arrangements of objects, the furniture and interior designer brings the English countryside to her London house.
Gardens, with their lavish greenery and the endless variety of flowers, have long been a source for inspiration for artists, poets and designers alike.