It’s one of the most hotly anticipated TV shows. The second series of American Crime Story will unravel the truth behind the gruesome murder of famed fashion designer Gianni Versace, that shocked the world twenty years ago. Gianni was one of the most celebrated designers, known for his talk of the town creations like Elizabeth Hurley’s safety pin dress and being a favourite of the … Continue reading Ricky Martin as Gianni Versace’s lover on TV
The 14th century Chateau Grimaldi, an impressive building overlooking Cap d’Antibes, was home to Pablo Picasso in 1946 for one year – a place from where he worked and lived out of a second floor studio. Coming here for the view alone is well worth the visit! In 1966, the building officially became the Picasso Museum and has been transformed into a wonderful gallery housing … Continue reading Memories of Picasso
With every possible cuisine being available in the food-crazy city of London, The Palomar Restaurant with its Israeli cuisine was sure to stand out as a tad unusual. It’s been causing quite the buzz around town, with Israeli cuisine being heralded as the Next Big Thing. Interiors Upon entering the funky bar space with its neon pink coloured Palomar signage, you are hit by the … Continue reading Israeli cuisine is the new rage
With a new restaurant opening every other week in Mumbai, competition is cut-throat and diner’s palates are getting more finicky. One place that’s been standing out has been Shizusan (yes, that’s a tongue twister!) with its range of street food and dishes emanating from the numerous regions of South East Asia. Interiors It’s inspired by 18th century shophouses or ‘respite areas’ that sprang up … Continue reading Lobster lovers, drop anchor!
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