A Boston-based former senior travel editor of Departures, Andrew writes + edits stories about travel, food, culture + fashion; creates branded content; and collaborates with designers on their books.
If there’s one thing pandemic lockdowns have taught us, it’s that we’re social animals. Whether you’re making up for a missed birthday, celebrating an anniversary, or just reconnecting with family, these above-and- beyond hotels are the perfect settings for a memorable (vaccinated) reunion. Here, five members of T+L’s A-List of travel advisors give their picks for whatever the occasion.
Ways to ruin Hanukkah: 1.) Celebrate during a global pandemic that isolates you from your nearest and dearest. 2.) Have a volatile, mostly holiday-agnostic toddler whose mood swings are improved maybe only 5 percent by the promise of presents. 3.) Dance on your grandmother’s grave by making one of those newish, Jew-ish latke recipes floating around the internet.
The recently reopened Rosewood debuts unique new digs just in time for inauguration—plus where to eat, drink, and find art in the nation's capital.
Boston’s hotel scene has never been hotter, and roughly 5,000 rooms will be added over the next five years. Thanks to a handful of high-profile new arrivals and impressive renovations, the city's best hotels, especially those in the luxury space, have gone from stuffily sedate to super seductive.
L.L. Bean and Todd Snyder Collaborate for a Collection That Blends High Design With an Iconic American Staple
As U.S. heritage brands go, it’s hard to beat L.L. Bean. Established by outdoorsman turned outdoor-gear impresario Leon Leonwood Bean in 1912 in Freeport, Maine, the company has been synonymous with all-American wilderness-ready style for more than 100 years. Throughout that time, the company has never partnered with an out-of-house designer, nor let one into its archives. That all changed recently, however.
At 1stdibs, the world’s largest online luxury marketplace, we spend our days immersed in the design world. So, we’re among the first to notice when tastes evolve. We see classic styles come back into fashion and current makers unite around budding movements. We also develop our own obsessions. In the shoppable pages that follow, you will find five design directions we’re loving right now.
In her new book, Stellene Volandes take us on a glittering, engrossing tour across the centuries.