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Culture south of the balcony is alive and well to Chloe, a new 14-room hotel located between Saint Charles Avenue in Uptown New Orleans. It is the first hotel by local food expert Robert LeBlanc, and the surprise-making Victoria Sully is unmistakable, with a balcony full of sparkling chairs, sparkling lights and green stickers, all made of 19th-century Mexican floor tiles. It’s a city shelter, drink Sazerac or eat shrimp étouffée by hotel chef Todd Pulsinelli. The interiors, designed by Sara Ruffin Costello, are a self-adhesive box with large pockets and hidden areas, with a variety of artwork. The pieces of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec and Cindy Sherman hang on the side of the market property and work from local artists such as photographer Akasha Rabut and Ann Marie Auricchio. Each room has practical items from local manufacturers and businesses: There are Trish Bhansali Lots of clothing, body lotions and oils from Oxalis Apothecary and vinyl preserved by Peaches Records featuring New Orleanian singers from Louis Armstrong to Lil Wayne . Finally, the small back porch overlooks the small pool and drinking area, which are essential for you to enjoy the most. Rooms start at $ 176 a night, 4125 st. Charles Avenue, New Orleans,

Verena von Pfetten and David Weiner, former colleagues at the Huffington Post, established Gossamer three years ago as a cancer printing magazine – but the brand has only recently added oil, sweeteners and CBD and now edible. This month it announced the arrival of Gossamer’s CBD Delights (a fraud on Turkish sweets), born in partnership with a company based in Los Angeles Rose, which, as von Pfetten explained, “is one of the only places approaching cancer-like foods – such as food what you would like to eat. ”The new diet includes rosin (a compound produced without solvents in whole flowers, making the plant white) and seasonal, raw, nutritious and nutritious with nutritious vitamins and vegetables – a fruit of about twenty different recipes. tried by Tara Thomas, Brooklyn’s Volunteer chef, Tommy: Eat x Stay. For those who love sweets, Gossamer still offers his signature Dusk, designed to help you sleep, as well as his recently released Dawn, which has benefited from THCV to inspire you ‘tomorrow. “Especially during Covid, “said von Pfetten,” all our days look the same – we work from home, and we look for new ways and new music. Dawn is something that can give people more energy, whether it’s starting the day or drinking too much coffee in the evening. “Five of Gossamer’s sales go to the Women’s Prison Association, the National Bailout and the Equity Alliance.

“Since I’ve been working on art and design for most of my life, I can see the difference between a good health and a creative career,” explains interior designer and charitable donor Megan Tagliaferri about why she designed Compound – free art and community space in Long Beach , Calif. Opening this month, the 15,000-square-foot[15,000 sq m]Art Deco refurbished building in Zaferia district has its ideas for its work. Dedicated to neon by an artist in New York- and in the Bahamas of Tavares Strachan, the phrase “You Live Here” adorns the door. “I want to have a place – not physically but physically – so that you feel welcome,” said Tagliaferri, who hopes to start conversations through community programs. This could mean a flower of glass with a meditative ritual, a bilingual reading or a visual exhibition: “The Great Tribulation,” in which artists such as sculptor Mildred Howard view the artistic and security intersections. Anna Sew Hoy, whose launch of “Slow Moon’s Rose” (2020) will be in the courtyard of the building, sees Compound as a reflection of how people share space. “We’ve all experienced a lot in 2020,” says the expert. “I hope it will help the people of Long Beach heal and the much-needed relief.”

In 2016, designer Batsheva Hay launched a series of elaborate costumes inspired by the clothing of Hasidic and Amish people, as well as fashionable women’s clothing that became popular in the 80’s with Laura Ashley and Ralph Lauren. Hay’s sleek design soon became part of the popular “swamp dress”, and her pieces – all made of old fabrics – began to adore, calling her namesake fast growing plus shirts, accessories and separations. Naked, naked, she was found to be incorporating her underwear. “I wanted to make my home as comfortable as my dress, and make my whole environment a part of my family life,” she explained. This week, Hay is launching a number of chairs and pillows that show the same strength – made from vintage today – as his clothing. All the pieces are handmade from embroidered embroidered embroidered fabrics that are embroidered on items obtained from antiques or stitched on by the manufacturer. But that’s not all – soon, Hay plans to expand the line to include curtains, wallpaper and tableware. From $ 155;

If you’ve been dreaming, like me, on a weekend full of massage, yoga classes, uncooked meals and beds you don’t make (and maybe family you don’t see), Troutbeck, 250 hectares of desert lodges and rivers full of rivers Amenia, NY, is a good rest. The hotel – which has 36 rooms and three small stand-alone houses, all decorated by New York City Champalimaud Design – has just opened Barns, a number of well-constructed, well-maintained larch-lined wooden houses with HEPA machine filters. In Long Barn, one can practice massage, facial mastery with FonLin Nyeu specialist and exercise. Meanwhile, in the 1,250-meter-white Tall Barn, a yoga center, Tai Chi and guided meditation sessions are available along with classes at Kinesoma, a combination of Qi Gong, dance and Feldenkrais designed to soothe your heart and calm you down. From $ 240 per night; 515 Leedsville Road, Amenia, NY;

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