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Would you make your next getaway a pint-sized one?
I am not the first writer to fall in love with the fantasy of the City of Lights, nor will I be the last. Even in January, the cobble-stoned streets are alive and well, the very alleyways themselves bustling with art, love, history. Paris in the rain is just as magical as Midnight in Paris would have you believe; and from almost every vantage point of the city the Eiffel Tower rises unbidden from the fog like some great mechanical beast.
Located a mere hour and a half's drive north of San Francisco (that's about 65 miles north of the Golden Gate Bridge), the charming town of Healdsburg, CA, is the perfect wine country weekend getaway.
2018: The year of experiential travel. Whether it's staying in a gloriously outfitted glamping tent or renting an airstream RV or tiny home and taking it on an extended road trip, there are endless options for those looking to make their travel just as much about the experience as it is about the place they choose to stay.
Meet Marina Fini: An incandescent artist, photographer, filmmaker, and jewelry designer, Marina is known for bringing fantasies to life in her vibrant, otherworldly dream spaces. With each immersive art installation constructed to be a realm of its own — a portal to an alternate dimension, if you will — this California-based multimedia artist's creations are truly one-of-a-kind.
We'd be hard-pressed to find a more iconic international art fair than Art Basel Miami. Chances are you've seen shots of its colorful street art murals, edgy structural pieces and sculptures, and maybe even a video of an immersive art installation or two on social media. But experiencing the many galleries opening their doors to people from all over the world to showcase game-changing works of art must surely be a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
It's impossible NOT to be inspired by these writers and artists.
Find out how astrologer Ruby Warrington is bridging the gap between the mystical and the mainstream in her new book, 'Material Girl, Mystical World.'
We chatted with Academy Award-winning makeup designer Joel Harlow about the challenges of creating Wakandan tribal masks, Michael B. Jordan's full body scars, and more.
'The Magicians' Star Brittany Curran On What's Coming Next For Her Character, Saying No To Sexist Scripts, And Toxic Masculinity
Brittany chatted with us about Fen's new sense of agency, her 'Jurassic Park'-themed cast parties, and her disavowal of misogynistic Hollywood scripts.
'The Hills' Alum Lo Bosworth On Her Wellness Brand, Self-Care, And Why She's Never Going Back To Reality TV
Lo Bosworth has come a long way since her days on MTV. In fact, The Hills alum-turned-entrepreneur would rather not be associated with it any longer. Like many celebrities, Lo made the classic pivot to become a businesswoman. But unlike most other celebrities, she refuses to cash in on cheap reunions and revival shows.
In the age of wellness, these trends are some of the buzziest.