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Hotels Perfect (yet Affordable) for Summer 2015

June 17, 2015

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According to Susan Clayton, an environmental psychologist at the College of Wooster, the decoration of where you live, a permanent home or temporary like a hotel, defines you as a person: it because a distinguishing factor over identifying with living in some place boring. Her opinions are anecdotally supported by another academic, Professor William S. Sax who […]

Design Inspiration: Oceanique Villas in Mui Ne, Vietnam

June 8, 2015

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Thanks to the fine work by the interior designers at MM++ Architects, you can take interior design inspiration from this Modern Beach House in Mui Ne, Vietnam. The architects My An Pham Thi and Michael Charruault (the two Ms obviously) are versatile in their structural artistry, able to work on traditional to contemporary architecture, from high end to low […]

Travel in Style: Tumi FW 2015

June 5, 2015

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Our content partners, The Millenary, recently attended the launch of Tumi’s Fall Winter 2015 collection and we were struck by how cohesive the designs were for the season. Founded by Charlie Clifford and inspired by his globetrotting days that saw him serving the Peace Corps in Peru, the fall collection is rich in colours and end-to-end […]

Travel in Style: Stay at the Heinz Julen Loft luxury chalet

March 3, 2013

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In the Swiss alps lies a most spectacular luxury serviced chalet in Zermatt. It’s a huge Manhattan loft combining a mix of warm woods and industrial aesthetics. Designed by local interior maestro Heinz Julen, the Loft was the designer’s very own private home now available for bookings through Mountain Exposure. Travel in style and stay […]

Seen on The Rake: Globe-Trotter for James Bond

October 29, 2012

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James Bond’s Globe-Trotter suitcase Now that James Bond: Skyfall has premiered, Bond fever is definitely in full swing and meeting a confluence of end-of-year travel dreams. I’ve often attempted to balance my freakishly anal need for matching luggage and the practicality (in terms of theft avoidance) when it comes to designer suitcases but therein lies […]

Travel in Style: Limited Edition Hermes Camera Leica M9-P

May 22, 2012

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I like to travel light yet heavy on style but sadly I’ve never been able to find a camera that matched my sartorial sensitivities. To me, the humble camera burdened with the onerous duty of capturing scenes of beauty always suffered an unjust fate of utilitarian value, never quite meeting the standard of aesthetics as befitting […]

Travel in Style: How to Travel Light yet Heavy on Style

April 8, 2012

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I’m making a list of what to pack for my 2 week trip back to Singapore and I thought it might be worth a write up to clear up some travel misconceptions. It’s a common misunderstanding that travel involves comfortable clothing sans elegance and expression. This couldn’t be further away from the truth; fact is, […]

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