Find some things I bought to prepare for the colder months in this blog post. From a new coat to boots and one of those necklaces that holds your phone.
It is always great when things I like come together. So, I just have to feature this new store by Aesop in Rome designed by Studio Luca Guadagnino.
I adapted this recipe for lamb with beer and shallots from Nigel Slater’s A Year of Good Eating. It’s very easy to make and just perfect for autumn.
Luckily, my cat is alive and kicking. Yet I found this memorial to Souris Calle, the cat of artist Sophie Calle that died back in 2014, rather wonderful.
In Japan I went on many walks through beautifully designed gardens. Back home I was really thrilled to find the book “The Japanese Garden” by Sophie Walker.
On our way to Pantelleria we spent one night in Bergamo and spent a few hours to explore this beautiful town in Northern Italy.
It’s super easy, but rewarding to make preserved lemons. Here is a very simple recipe using only a couple of fresh lemons and sea salt.
Today I compiled a little playlist in anticipation of our upcoming trip to Pantelleria. It’s filled with summery tunes that I believe will fit perfectly well to days spent looking out onto the sea …
When the hydrangeas in Tokyo are in full bloom, Tokyoites venture to temples and parks to see the hydrangea flower. If you find yourself in Tokyo in June, keep your eyes open for these gorgeous flowers and visit a hydrangea festival or Ajisai Matsuri as they are called in Japan.
The High Line and its surrounding areas quickly became one of my favorite areas in all of Manhattan. Read all about my love for The High Line and find some things to do nearby in this post.
This year it was an unusually warm spring that already felt like summer. Time to bring out the dresses and sandals, and time to get some new stuff, too! Here are my summer fashion and beauty faves for this year.
Meet Micha, one of the people behind “LOREM (not Ipsum)” a wonderfully curated Swiss online shop for Indie magazines. In this post, he presents three magazines, all of which surprised and fascinated him at first sight.
The selection of hotels in Tokyo is vast and ranges from affordable capsule hotels and hostels, to Airbnb apartments, business hotels and traditional Ryokan. To make your search for a perfect hotel in Tokyo a bit easier, here are three affordable hotels in Tokyo.
Happy World Book Day. To mark the occasion I want to share 5 books for 2018 with you. What’s on your reading list for 2018?