Leave winter behind and refresh your look for the spring. In light of this year’s trends, here are a few style essentials to liven-up your wardrobe.
April, despite being the start of spring, is synonymous for its rainy weather and Hong Kong is prone to a thunderstorm or two. However rain doesn't mean your day needs to be spent at home - get out and make the most of the city at its favoured indoor spots.
Spring is arguably the best time to visit Tokyo. Along with the blossoming of the sakura cherry blossom trees, fewer tourist crowds, and of course beautiful weather, there are lots of exciting activities and traditional Japanese festivals happening around the city.
Wonderful in any season, Paris really oozes beauty and glamour in the spring. Plan a trip to explore the City of Light when the flowers are blooming and the café terraces are open all day.
Whilst we encourage a great skin care routine, we also encourage adopting a killer make up look. Whether you like pastel shades, bold lip colour or striking smokey eyes, beauty counters across the globe are stocking up with innovation faster than you can apply your lipstick. Here are our top picks for Spring Summer 2018.
Let’s not forget that this is your holiday and although it’s so incredibly tempting to rush around the city, arousing all of your senses with everything there is to see, eat and do, you should also remember to take some time out for yourself and sit back, relax and enjoy. So, we’ve put together a few places here that you must visit in order to experience a true ritual here.
One of the many reasons to visit Geneva is the spitting distance to the highest and most extensive mountain range in Europe. Here's how you can join in on the fun before the snow leaves us for another year.
Step out for a moment from visiting all the classic attractions and consider making your way toward one of these unusual things to do. Here you will get a sense of how much more there is to see in the Bavarian capital than giant beers and tight leather pants.
When travelling to a new city, chances are you will visit the main landmarks, museum and neighbourhoods. A great way to fully immerse into a city's culture and habits is by heading to the flea markets; London has plenty. Whether it is vintage clothing, antique furniture or delicacies that you are looking for, you will find it in one of these local haunts.