Milan gets a bad rap for not being too industrial, or not as pretty as say Rome, but to me, it’s the Italian’s Italian city. I like to think of Milan as having a discrete, luxe charm
Have you ever heard of noble rot? Maybe by it’s more elegant name, botrytis? It’s a form of grey fungus affecting wine grapes that has to be timed just right to develop a delicious sweet wine like the internationally renowned French sauterne.
In honor of Small Business Saturday, I thought I’d highlight a few of the amazing small business in my neighborhood.
One of the awesome things about the fashion & travel industry right now is that I find myself inspired by so many of my peers and fellow bloggers. One of those blogs is TheTig.com and it’s founder and editor, Meghan Markle. Here’s another city round up I did for The Tig and I can’t wait to share more about my awesome trip to Bordeaux with all of you guys in the upcoming weeks. Click through to see the full story!
“A weekend of just beaching,” my mother suggested. Maybe one day we’ll go into the capital, Willemstad, but other than this, it’s relaxing resort time at Santa Barbara Resort in Curaçao. This was a strange concept to me, but I dove into it head first.
I’ve stayed at many incredible hotels around the world, but Lisbon’s Palácio Belmonte is truly like no other. Check out my article on the property for Fathom. Trust me, once you check in, you’ll never want to leave.
he most isolated island chain in the world, Hawaii is no easy feat to get to for me as a New Yorker. It was definitely worth the 11 hours via airplane, and a lot of that had to do with my time spent in Kaua’i. Here’s how to spend 48 hours in Hawaiians favorite island, the Garden Isle.
It was within that food culture that I found the paradox — to me a bit unsettling — of Singapore. When you visit a city like Singapore, it’s hard not to see the future. The skyscrapers, the sterile cleanliness, extreme efficiency; it definitely has that Jetson-esque vibe….
Then I flash back to what Ivy Singh-Lim of Bollywood Veggies said.
You know when something you’re eating is so good you just have to… stop. “Mmm” doesn’t do it justice. You pause, you look at your significant other, and really think, “Will you ever make me feel as good this sliver of iberico ham on this cushion of a flavor explosion?”
When I first chatted with a few of the editors I write for, pitching Singapore, I must admit, many were quite skeptical. Luckily, Fathom always thinks outside of the box and just gets it. So here it is, for Fathom’s Food Tales:
Layover in Singapore? There’s Always Time for One More Meal
and this quick video I made a small portion of my foodie moments in Singapore.