The global fashion magazine June 16, 2024 




In search of laughs at the 2024 Venice Biennale

There may have not been a coherent thread at the Biennale di Venezia this year, entitled Foreigners Everywhere, but Stanley Moss did manage to find true treasures among the repetition and pretentiousness
Photographed by Gioia Meller Marcovicz


Foothills getaway in Asolo

Stanley Moss says heading up the hill to Asolo from Venezia reveals a more soothing, calm location, away from city noise and, at the Albergo al Sole, finds a haven at the top of the village
Photographed by Paula Sweet


Blending past and future

Viking’s Canadian Discoveries cruise reminds Elyse Glickman of earlier times in Québec, while discovering historical villages, nature, and a simpler way of life
Photographed by the author
From issue 48 of Lucire


In praise of frittelle

Frittelle are served only during Carnevale, and this year, Stanley Moss believes he’s found the best source of them in Venezia
Photographed by Paula Sweet


Around the world through a culinary journey

New York’s scene is consistently expanding with new dining destinations. It becomes a challenge trying to figure out a dining option that provides delectable culinary creations, lavish settings and a welcoming ambiance all under one roof, writes Lola Cristall


Feasting in Batumi: Caucasian home of super supras

Tom Teicholz heads to Georgia’s second city, where he finds familiarity and wonderful hospitality—topped by the extravagant supra feast
Photographed by the author


History, taken with tea in Palampur

Stanley Moss heads to Himachal Pradesh by the western Himalayas for a unique, local experience at the Wah Tea Estate
Photographed by the author and by Satya Bhushan Sharma


Grand gastronomies

With an endless list of must-try Manhattan dining destinations, there are a handful that truly stand out where gourmet cuisine and lavish settings await, writes Lola Cristall


A banquet of delights on Waikīkī

Jody Miller gets a taste of Polynesian culture without leaving the United States as she heads to Hawai‘i, and gets to delight mind, body and palate on Waikīkī


Going with the flow at SXSW

George Rush has highlights from SXSW, journeying back to its roots as a music festival
Photographed by the author
From issue 47 of Lucire


Sicilian haven

A wellness resort with an Italian flair: Adler Resort & Spa Sicilia is a haven for relaxation and sustainability, reports Jody Miller


The New York international culinary circuit, part 2

Lola Cristall continues her look at New York’s finest, sampling even more international flavours


Really Rome

Davvero Rome offers visitors to the Italian capital the sort of local knowledge in food and drinks that only the aficionados possess, writes Elyse Glickman
Photographed by the author


The scene along the Seine

La scène le long de la Seine
Viking’s Paris and the Heart of Normandy cruise brings extra joie de vivre to an extended stay in Paris, writes Elyse Glickman
La croisière Paris et le cœur de la Normandie de Viking apporte une joie de vivre supplémentaire à un séjour prolongé à Paris, écrit Elyse Glickman
Photographed by the author/Photographié par l’auteur


Letter from California: Paso Robles

Paso Robles has become a bustling wine-growing area with 300 wineries. Stanley Moss finds a certified sustainable vineyard and one of the first biodynamic châteaux there, Cass Winery
Photographed by the author


Letter from California: wine country

Stanley Moss discovers an exclusive winery amongst the overly commercial scene of Napa
Photographed by the author and Paula Sweet


Paris by the numbers

Paris en quelques chiffres
History, gastronomy, fashion, and endless possibilities in different arrondissements add up to a deliciously unforgettable vacation, writes Elyse Glickman
L’histoire, la gastronomie, la mode et les possibilités infinies offertes par les différents arrondissements sont les ingrédients d’un séjour délicieusement inoubliable, écrit Elyse Glickman
Photographed by the author/Photographié par l’auteur


The New York international culinary circuit, part 1

Lola Cristall visits some of New York’s finest, in part one of her look at the city’s best lunch, dining and dessert venues


Having the Finest time

Passer un fine moment
Elyse Glickman finds an incredibly accommodating resort in Punta Cana, in the Dominican Republic
Elyse Glickman trouve un centre de villégiature incroyablement accueillant à Punta Cana, en République dominicaine
From issue 46 of
Dans le 46e numéro de Lucire


A leap into the arts

Be prepared not just for a delectable and sumptuous meal. Lola Cristall is wowed by the Leopard at des Artistes’ unique atmosphere with its historical murals


Unforgettable flavours

Lola Cristall returns to uptown New York to kick off her latest excursions to the US east coast’s finest dining experiences


Hands-on in the midwest

Elyse Glickman heads to Door County, Wisconsin, and finds the region rejuvenated after younger visitors seeking driving-distance destinations discovered the area when the pandemic restricted travel
Photographed by the author


Unexpected destinations

Destinations inattendues
A quick round-up of new and unexpected travel destinations and residences from our print editions
Les nouvelles sur les destinations de voyage et les résidences inattendues de nos éditions imprimées


New York charm

Lola Cristall heads upstate in New York to begin her look at luxury places to stay and dine
Photographed by Elizabeth Haynes, Alex Staniloff, and Food Story Media Ltd.


Epochal voyages

Forget the over-commercialized hotels of today. The Grand Hotel Villa Castagnola in Lugano, a member of Small Luxury Hotels of the World, upholds the best standards, with some genuine artistic surprises within, writes Stanley Moss
Photographed by Paula Sweet




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