What began as a mission to make an unbreakable cooler that stands up to the elements has turned into a full-blown movement. The YETI brand encompasses hard and soft coolers (made using a hand-poured mold), tumblers and accessories made for outdoor adventures and an active lifestyle. The brand champions and is championed by chefs and sports enthusiasts around the globe, and shares people-centric stories from the wild through a podcast and film series. Here's a peek at the brand that has reinvented what it means to be in the Great Outdoors.
Inspired by the beauty and legacy of Marrakech, AphroChic has collaborated with Moroccan lighting brand, Dounia Home, to create the Amur Collection, AphroChic’s first foray into luxury lighting. Handmade in Morocco, this collection blends the centuries-old technique of creating pierced metal lanterns with modern lighting aesthetics to offer a floor lamp, table lamp, sconce and chandelier. The perforated globes allow precision control of the amount of light in a space, while the various designs are created with the intention of working together to create sophisticated layers of pattern and texture within a space. With finishes ranging from silver to brass this collection is the perfect way to add a handmade touch of this ancient city to your home—with an AphroChic twist.
Clever, long-wearing non-toxic 10-free nail polishes become brilliantly functional design objects. Smooth, architectural curves enclose intense color and masterfully curated ingredients. Custom Japanese bottles magnetize together in pairs for impeccable travel and organization. For the not so Basic B. We're New Yorkers. It's all black all day every day.
Located on Carondelet Street in the Warehouse District of New Orleans, the French-inspired apéritif-focused Bar Marilou serves up craft cocktails and small plates from inside the drop-dead gorgeous hotel Maison de la Luz. It reopens on October 14 with an amended tasting menu after being closed due to the whole global pandemic thing. They partnered up with Paris-based Quixotic Projects and AD100 design firm Studio Shamshiri to turn a century-old library into a come-hither sanctuary awash in scarlet that tells an alluring narrative of indulgence, romance and rendezvous.
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