By Kylie MacKenzie Just inside the Princes’ Gates, the most visible and much awaited new addition to the Canadian National Exhibition Grounds, Hotel X, Toronto, began to welcome its first guests... Read More
By Caroline Tapp-McDougall Soaking in the Blue Lagoon Warmed by the Gulf Stream, Iceland enjoys a surprisingly mild, albeit damp climate, which manifests in cool summers and relatively temperate (for... Read More
Creative vision Striking, precise and rectangular, yet soft and flowing. Photo: Duravit Building the bathroom of your dreams is a little like putting together an outfit for a special occasion.... Read More
The Prosecco Van The Bubble Bros’s converted three-wheeled Piaggio Ape serves sparkling wine and signature Spritz cocktails at festivals and private events. Their little fleet of bubble wagons includes a... Read More
By Rick Young A bronze statue of Payne Stewart (the colourful 11-time PGA Tour winner) welcomes golfers coming for a bucket-list experience at Waterville Golf Links—a round that will prove as... Read More
Lincoln pulls into the premium lane By Helmut Dostal What’s lost 200 pounds, is hell-bent on losing its old-man image and is strutting its stuff alongside its stylish European counterparts... Read More
Make yourself comfortable Rest up and read on this limited-edition, 24-carat gold Bibliochaise. This unique piece was showcased as part of a landmark interactive contemporary seating exhibit at the magnificent... Read More
Bloor Street’s iconic tableware shop reimagines its future An hour before she pulled back the curtain on the stunning new William Ashley flagship store on Bloor Street’s Mink Mile, William... Read More
Lions, baboons, sommeliers, oh my! Africa. Visions of Humphrey Bogart and Katherine Hepburn chugging through steamy jungles in the African Queen. Wild animals and pith-helmeted explorers, the winelands of the... Read More
Homes are getting smarter and connectivity has become an exciting cornerstone of innovation and convenience in our everyday lives. Today, thanks to wireless technology and innovative thinking, busy families and... Read More
Every day, for work or play, Torontonians hop on the one-hour flight to NYC. Nothing beats a stroll in Central Park, a Broadway show, champagne brunches or the Michelin stars that even Toronto’s best restaurants are missing.
Strong, intelligent and one of the purest breeds in the world, today’s Icelandic horses are descendants of the hardy animals chosen by the first settlers to travel with them on Viking longboats to this rugged island in the North Atlantic.