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St. Barth’s has a rhythm of its own that mixes l’art de vivre with a laid-back tropical ease. What's new; where to stay and shop.
The thriving city, at once thrillingly modern and deeply traditional, has an intrinsic beauty and harmony.
A fascinating mix of tradition and contemporary life, 1,200-year-old Kyoto has a wealth of Japanese culture, including some 2,000 temples and shrines.
New York is at a new zenith of creativity, with exciting new hotels, restaurants, galleries and shops.
With top-of-the line hotels and shopping, gorgeous architecture and some of the most exciting restaurants in the country, the Windy City is thriving.
The city by the Charles is a cultural hub full of wonderful museums, fine dining and hip shopping.
Savannah is a magical otherworld where the pace is slow, history holds sway, and you can eat and shop extraordinarily well.
Home to fifteen million people and site of the 2008 Olympics, Beijing is a superpower capital to see.
London is nudging past New York as the world’s financial capital and the ripple effects are being felt all over town. From Russian oligarchs to freshly-minted hedge fund traders, a...
The only other city in Europe that comes close to being as perfectly beautiful as Prague is Venice. Now, its extraordinary architecture has been restored after decades of neglect and...
The seaside town continues to cast a powerful spell, and while its modern reputation as a jet-setter’s paradise may be well deserved, the natural beauty and simple lifestyle are still...
Now that many of its beloved museums and monuments have undergone facelifts, it's time to revisit the City of Angels.
It is the world’s most aggressively capitalist city—a seething, buzzing, speeding place, where East collides with West.
Firenze, famously dubbed the “city of stone" by writer Mary McCarthy, regards itself as a living museum. And considering it has counted among its residents the likes of Michelangelo, Raphael,...
Where else can you find thirteen Michelin-starred restaurants, nine World Heritage sites and miles of beaches in one European city?
Seven tented camps, including two new luxury/eco ones. Plus: what to read and see before you go.
From Nob Hill decadence to SoMa innovation, San Francisco blends old and new unlike any other American city.
Famed for its amazing range of pens, brushes and special papers, this fabulous store is where to pick up distinctive, and affordable, souvenirs. Occupying eight floors, Ito-ya sells everything from...
Traditional kimonos with a modern twist are found at this series of five stores. Even if you don’t plan to pick up a formal, or just an everyday, kimono, it...
This small store, close to the tourist-oriented Oriental Bazaar in Omotesando, sells unique craft pieces and antiques from all over Japan. Pottery, lacquerware, carved-wood boxes, masks and silk screens all...
The Main Man himself came to town to supervise the opening of this complex, a Ginza tower block devoted to hedonism in all its forms, from clothes to food to...
Just what Tokyo needed: another mall! This one is rather different, though, cleverly combining consumerism with art. Dotting the compound are stunning sculptures, including the centerpiece, a metal spider by...
Housed in a landmark Tudor mansion, Liberty is an English institution that remains appealing more than a century after its founding by Arthur Lasenby Liberty. The famous prints can be...
The stunning success of the Tokyo Park Hyatt format—hotel atop office block—has given rise to a slew of hotels designed along similar lines. The Ritz-Carlton is part of a sophisticated...
Another one of the Spittelberg neighborhood’s new hip boutiques (it opened last fall), At First Sight carries an eclectic mix of fashion and accessories by designers from Berlin, Tokyo and...
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