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

March 3, 2013


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 […]

The Best Travel Jackets: Nanamica Field Jacket and Massif Officer Coat

December 29, 2012


My erstwhile colleague at The Rake has covered the best air travel jacket from Gieves & Hawkes before and quite obviously, while most of us don’t quite have his dosh or intend to spend that much on a coat that will take all manner of abuse during a Fellowship of the Ring-esque journey, I have found two […]

Travel in Style with Bottega Veneta

May 30, 2011


I’ve previously written about what a hassle it is to travel stylishly (thanks again Bin Laden- No virgins for you); anyhoo, Bottega Veneta has a great line up of stylish travel accoutrements that would help accentuate your outfit and keep your toiletries and assorted knick knacks organised while you globe trot. Whether it’s the Bottega […]

Wanderlust Hotel Singapore – A Worthy Namesake

August 30, 2010


Wanderlust Hotel is the latest of boutique hotels conceptualised by Singapore’s Loh Lik Peng. I suppose it was inevitable following the runaway successes of Loh’s other boutique hotel offerings- New Majestic and 1929. Wanderlust [noun] A very strong or irresistible impulse to travel. Even if you set aside the clearly creative designer touches and dare-I-say […]

City Guide Melbourne

August 26, 2010


I don’t know what it is about Melbourne that always captures my heart. It’s not exactly the richest nor most modern of Australian cities but Melbourne has heaps of soul. It’s a city where the architectural mix and match of old and new hasn’t resulted in some anarchic turbulence but rather, the confluence of times […]