Favourite Things

Microalgae Dunaliella Salina
Turin’s Paolo Pettigiani continues to capture mesmerizing sceneries with a new snapshot series of the natural pink water in Camargue, France.
paolopettigiani.com

Back on track
Reignite the romance of the rails and embark on a legendary journey as the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express returns to the tracks.
belmond.com

Unexpected contrast
Gridded upholstery fabric takes us into the digital era with effortless elegance.
Branca.ca

Two dachshunds in love
In a range of pinks, this embroidered silk twill Hermes scarf with hand-rolled edges highlights the dogs’ silhouettes.
Hermes.com

The office of the future?
Inspired by imagination and technical innovation, London based T&V Architects is a studio for architecture, interior design and art.
tandvarchitects.com

North Pole icebreaker  
The 13-day Top of the World cruise includes a full day of activities at 90º north latitude, plus exploration of Franz Josef Land, a less visited archipelago of 192 islands rich in polar wildlife and scenery.
poseidonexpeditions.com

Bold and playful
Eccentric and avant-garde this furniture collection can transition from indoors to out.
magisdesign.com

A good night’s sleep
Could hibed be your new sleep coach? With a digital entertainment system and smart alarms it even responds to voice commands.
hi-interiors.com

Say “I do” in the desert  
Las Vegas is famous for its lax marriage laws and bounty of unique places to tie the knot.
lvcva.com

It’s back and it’s better than ever!  
This hot pink edition of Annie Sloan’s celebrated bookazine, The Colourist, focuses on a palette of Chalk Paint® in Capri Pink, Oxford Navy and Old White.
anniesloan.com

Raise a paddle
Patrick Hunter is a Two-Spirit Ojibway artist whose collection of Woodland painted  canoe paddles was created to pay homage to Canada’s wilderness and the special relationship it holds for Native people.
canadacanoepaddles.ca/collections/patrick-hunter

Dots and stripes
New Cosmos….a return to the evocative textile composition of dots and stripes, originally presented in 1933.
operacontemporary.com/en

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Favourite Things

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