Come, my love, with me across the sea. White sand, turquoise waters and a bounty of coconut trees – win a trip to The Moso Resort with RUSSH.
Voodoo folklore, Créole superstition and ritual celebration – New Orleans is a must-visit. On the cusp of the city’s downtown core, you’ll find Ace Hotel New Orleans, the newest addition to this achingly cool hotel family.
Clean lines and abstract curves, Copenhagen-based illustrator Christiane Spangsberg’s Matisse-like artworks are both striking in their simplicity and imbued with depth and reflection.
Come together. British designer and fashion icon Vivienne Westwood has never been afraid to speak her mind, often channelling her personal and political activism into her vibrant collections. Her latest project, Get A Life, is a curated exhibition of Westwood’s collections, art and campaign work aimed at spotlighting environmental issues in China.
Fresh fruit and vegetables are the order of the day at this veggie-centric juice bar and café on Abbot Kinney Boulevard in Venice, L.A.
Take me to my beach. A decade after opening her first store in Melbourne, accessory designer Lucy Folk is bringing her unique perspective on design to Bondi Beach with the launch of her boutique, Playa by Lucy Folk.
From December 10, get lost in love and loss, colour and time.
Come together. Following the success of RAW Collaborations earlier this year, featuring musician Ta-Ku and artist Anthony Lister, G-Star RAW presents its latest instalment in the series, RAW Collaborations x Leica Camera. The event aims to unite creatives and image-makers across a variety of cultural platforms, capturing their interpretation of the RAW spirit through the lens of a Leica.
Viewing Michael Zagaris’ photographic oeuvre is like stumbling upon a box of rare records at a neighbourhood garage sale. His work, much of which has remained unseen until now, captures some of the most influential musicians of our time including the likes of Bob Dylan, Blondie, the Sex Pistols, Eric Clapton, Lou Reed, Patti Smith and more. It was the 70s and, for Zagaris, San Francisco was the place to be. Billed as one of the last great unseen rock archives, Michael Zagaris: Total Excess is now on view at New York’s Milk Gallery through December 18.
Full bloom. What started as an experiment with the concept of still-life photography has blossomed into Vase – a creative collaboration between photographer Adam Bryce, art director Josie Steenhart and floral stylist Lucy Houghton.