Foxy & Winston Cotton Voile Scarves

Keep warm and remain playful through the winter with 100% organic, woven illustrated warmers

During the winter doldrums, sometimes all that’s needed is a pop of charm to get through the darker days—and if that charm helps keep you toasty, then all the better. Brooklyn-based textile designer Jane Buck of Foxy & Winston has it all covered with her collection of cotton voile scarves, which have whimsy and warmth to boot. Reminiscent of illustrations by the likes of Eric …

Le Comptoir General, Paris

Hidden in a Parisian alleyway, an eclectic, living museum invites the curious traveler to immerse themselves in creativity

by Meghan Sebold For any travel enthusiast, the best venue to visit is often one that requires processing time to absorb the scene—a place that makes you wonder, “What on earth is going on here?” Le Comptoir General (LCG) in Paris’s 10th arrondissement pushes all concepts of what can be done in a space that is categorized as a bar/restaurant. While walking along the Canal …

A Film About Coffee

Telling the story of the specialty trade, from farmers to baristas

by Chérmelle D. Edwards By profession he’s a commercial director, but by passion he’s a filmmaker. Brandon Loper‘s “A Film About Coffee” is a visual love letter about the journey of specialty coffee—from the farmers who produce it to the people who consume it. Currently, Loper is screening the film independently, city-by-city (as far as New Zealand) through the boutique San Francisco-based production company, Avocados …