New York is a city I have come to know so well in recent years, feeling less like a tourist and more like an avenue hopping, city block bustling local.
Growing up in LA, with a travel agent for a mom, we would pop down to Hawaii a couple times a year – a quick jaunt to immerse yourself in beaches, culture, and a heck of a lot of pineapples.
Christiane S-M O’Connor is a true insider—as a Danish actress, TV host, and founder of the uber-chic Chri Chri, an online magazine devoted to inspiring women—she’s not only one of the most in-demand people in all of Denmark, but she’s really lived and breathed all that fantastic Danish culture.
The Sundance Film Festival has been known to be the launching pad for many a successful independent film (Little Miss Sunshine, The Usual Suspects, and this year’s film-to-watch, Boyhood, all premiered at Sundance)—but this once small, idyllic film festival set in the mountains of Park City, Utah, is now much, much more than its humble beginnings.
One frosty London evening over dinner and drinks with my friend, Bella Musgrave, I had the pleasure of meeting the unforgettable Sophie Edelstein. As a director, screenwriter & Arts Editor of RUSSH Magazine, Sophie has her hands immersed in the creative, and that’s clear the moment you meet her.
The pearl of the Danube, Budapest, is without question one of the most visually stunning cities you’ll ever visit; its range of neo-gothic architecture, over 80 thermal hot springs, photo worthy Hungarian Parliament and Buda Castle, plus its distinct cultural quarters and rich history deservedly categorize it as a World Heritage Site.
If you’re planning a trip to South America, you’re probably thinking of heading to some of the mainstay places to head to—Rio de Janeiro, Buenos Aires, Machu Picchu—and while all of those cities are definite must-sees, Cartagena, Colombia should also be at the top of your list.
Meet Vicky Tsai. Owner of TATCHA skincare (my go-to for glowing skin), and a woman with such insider knowledge of Kyoto, that it’s geisha approved. No, but really. It’s actually geisha approved.
The Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery, in Washington D.C. recently curated a new exhibit which aims to define what it means to be “cool.” The exhibit traces the evolution of cool, running the gamut from Billie Holiday & Miles Davis to Faye Dunaway and Jay Z.
If you’re a sucker for romanticized anything, then you’ll know this is a classic quote from Casablanca: “Of all the gin joints, in all the towns, in all the world, she walks into mine.”