Parisian Author Clément Le Coz’s Love Letter to Argentina, “Ma Vie à Buenos Aires”

An english-language exploration of the South American city's cultural charms

In 2014, after nearly 10 years living and working in Buenos Aires, Paris-born author and cultural advocate Clément Le Coz launched a concierge service in the Argentine city to guide ex-pats toward restaurant debuts, thought-provoking exhibitions and an array of engaging activities. During the pandemic, however, the need for such services was upended. To compensate for the change, Le Coz took the cultural cache he’d accumulated …

Nazarena Knife

Buenos Aires-based brand Ramo Filos (which translates to “bouquet blades”) balances asado culture with traditional Japanese kitchenware to create elegant, one-of-a-kind knives. One such knife is the Nazarena, a take on the Japanese Nakiri, replete with full tang, 420 MOV stainless steel and an ash and coihue burl handle. With contrasting wood, marbled metal and a sharp silhouette, the Nazarena flows—both visually and literally while …

Fragrance Brand Fueguia 1833 Founder Julian Bedel on the Inspiring Science Behind Scent

From its Argentinian inception to its dedicated Milan laboratories, limited edition and sustainably minded molecular poetry

Fueguia 1833 is no ordinary fragrance producer and is far removed from the licensed luxury brands that overwhelm the perfume and cologne markets. The vision of artist and scientist Julian Bedel, and founded in Argentina circa 2010, Fueguia’s limited edition unisex personal scents utilize only natural and entirely biodegradable ingredients, all free from preservatives and dyes. Fueguia’s new line of homeware items—four beeswax candles, wooden …