An Atypical NYC Souvenir Pop-Up, Open This Week

The shop will feature anecdotal totes and t-shirts

In the heart of NYC’s Chinatown, a tiny pop-up shop hosted by Verdes (a marketing and innovation consultancy with offices on Canal St) will sell customized New York City souvenirs for the next five days. Known as Today in New York, aka TINY, the store aims to compete with generic tourist buys (like NYPD shirts or I Heart NY tees) by way of tops and totes that …

Silversea’s Adventure-Driven Couture Collection

Nine new luxury experiences from the South Pole to the Australian outback, Tibet, Namibia and more

Silversea is an independent luxury travel experience company known for it’s 20+ years in smaller ship, unique destination cruising. Ten years ago it launched its luxury expedition cruising to some of the world’s most remote and less traveled destinations. In November 2017 the Silver Cloud, the company’s first ship which debuted in 1994, relaunches from a three-year makeover into the world’s most luxurious expedition vessel, …

Link About It: This Week’s Picks

Ridiculously luxurious dining experiences, art heists gone awry, design lessons from K-popp and more in our look around the web

1. Cambodia Bans Tourists in Inappropriate Clothing From Angkor Considering how easy it is to respect a country’s culture, it’s wild to think that in 2016, Cambodia’s Apsara authority has had to ban tourists wearing inappropriate clothing from Angkor. The remarkably beautiful and historically rich place calls for visitors to cover their arms (to the elbow) and legs (below the knees) as a mark of …

Cambodia Bans Tourists in Inappropriate Clothing From Angkor

Considering how easy it is to respect a country’s culture, it’s wild to think that in 2016, Cambodia’s Apsara authority has had to ban tourists wearing inappropriate clothing from Angkor. The remarkably beautiful and historically rich place calls for visitors to cover their arms (to the elbow) and legs (below the knees) as a mark of respect, but a recent wave of tourists have ignored …