An interview with world-renowned designer-architect Vincent Van Duysen, the man who has played a crucial role in shaping what is now known as the 'Belgian aesthetic.'Read more
Pernille Lind's name first entered the spotlight with her work for Hotel Sanders in Copenhagen. We caught up with the Danish-Thai interior designer to see what's in store for 2021.
Framery is hoping to make a positive impact in workplaces around the world through its soundproof acoustic booths that act as a multi-purpose space for meetings, collaboration and productive spurts.
CHANINTR is taking its first step towards going green by vowing to plant one tree for every piece of item sold.
We chatted on the phone with Tyler Brûlé, the man who founded Wallpaper* and Monocle to deservedly become one of the most influential voices in the media.
Through the art of decoupage, John Derian brings to mind the feelings of nostalgia and romance. His creations are still made by the skilled artisans he employs in his New York City studio.
A book review accompanied by a personal anecdote. Our writer recalls the time he met Estée Lauder's former CEO, Leonard Lauder, and shares some insight behind Lauder's new book.
While much of Netflix's "Pretend It's a City" is about New York, America and American politics, Fran Lebowitz's insights are universal, making this six-part series a must-watch.
Meet Marjorie Gubelmann, aka DJ MadMarj. A Manhattan socialite by day, Gubelmann transforms into a big-time DJ by night.
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