Seaside views at Casa Nun

Cadaqués is a bit like the Spanish version of 1960’s Saint-Tropez. It’s a historical village – nowadays it’s part…


Above water at Cicciotto

The last time I was in Naples, I had lunch at Cicciotto, a trattoria perched on top of…


A Belle Époque vibe in Biarritz

A great spot to enjoy Biarritz, its ocean views and its 1920’s charm. This beautiful Empire-style hotel,…

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Memories from my Chanel Style Session in Hong Kong

Last week, I spent the afternoon at the Chanel boutique in Hong Kong for a new Style…

Caroline de Maigret at Mademoiselle Privé Hong Kong

“Mademoiselle Privé” in Hong Kong

After seeing it in Seoul, I had the pleasure of rediscovering the Mademoiselle Privé exhibition in Hong…


A medieval treasure at the heart of Porto

When I travel, I always try to find a place to stay in the city centre so…

As a shunter  on the railways he had lost a leg in an accident. Now he worked with a rubber stamp in an office in Johannesburg. He cycled eight kilometres to and from Randfontein station every day.
© Courtesy David Goldblatt and Goodman Gallery Johannesburg and Cape Town

A study of South Africa by David Goldblatt

At the Serralves Museum, Porto’s museum of contemporary art, I discovered the work of photographer David Goldblatt….

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At the heart of a vineyard

This hotel is 250 years old. It’s perched on the edge of the Douro Valley, a region…


Where to go for a trendy dinner in Porto

During my trip to Porto, I was able to try out two trendy restaurants, located one in…

1758 The Greenwich Hotel

A brief moment of respite in New York

Amidst all of the frenzy of New York, the Greenwich Hotel is a haven of peace. This…

Barbuto: Italy in the West Village

Barbuto: Italy in the West Village

If ever you’re walking down Washington Street, on the trendier side of the West Village, go for…

Brunch at Estela

What’s the best brunch spot
in New York ?

Located on Houston Street, Estela is said to have one of the best brunches in New York. There, you…