The legendary Beverly Hills Hotel looks a little chicer these days, thanks to Dior’s new “Dioriviera” pop-up, which runs through Labor Day weekend. The French fashion house’s takeover of the The Pink Palace’s pool is the perfect blend of fashion and fun. Featuring pink and grey toile de Jouy-covered lounge chairs with matching umbrellas and cabanas, guests are immersed in all things Dior. Along with this outdoor transformation is the mini Dior boutique, which features limited-edition pieces such as a Dior surfboard, yoga mat, tableware and other decorative objects that allow fans of the brand to purchase these collectibles and recreate the Dioriviera at home.
Want to know what flying will look like a decade from now? Airbus recently unveiled its vision for how air travel can be more sustainable in the future and what the passenger experience could look like. The focus was on the aircraft cabin, which research shows can contribute between 10-20% to the aircraft’s overall environmental impact during its lifecycle. Here’s what the airplane of the future may look like in 2035.
Built in the 19th century for an aristocratic Italian family, Villa Lena in Tuscany was largely abandoned and fell into disrepair. Now Villa Lena has been reborn as a luxury hotel and retreat for artists. (The Villa Lena Foundation runs an artist-in-residence program.) The property includes a pool set on a hill and a farm-to-table restaurant featuring homemade pasta, freshly made cheeses, and local organic wines.
To check or not to check—that is always the question. Given the epidemic of lost luggage, even those with elite status debate whether it’s worth it anymore. And deciding not to check a suitcase comes with its own aggravations—like fighting over the limited space in overhead bins. Here’s how to gauge whether it’s better to check a bag or keep calm and carry on.
Restaurants in Ibiza are often booked before the summer season begins. But that shouldn’t stop adventurous gourmands from trying to dine in some of the buzziest spots with Michelin-worthy cuisine. Here’s where to eat, drink and generally be merry in Ibiza this summer.