Bring the outdoors in with New Tropical. When it comes to the home it’s all about lush greenery balanced with fresh furniture – we’re talking palm frond prints and indoor plants, sisal rugs and plantation shutters. Pineapples have long been used as a symbol of welcome and hospitality. Whether it’s a pineapple motif on your soft furnishings or the real thing as a table centrepiece, this tropical touch can make your home feel fun and inviting. Once you step outside your front door, you’ll start seeing New Tropical everywhere – from the freshest cocktails to footwear with a flourish. Enjoy it, wear it, live it.
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Perched on the left bank of the Seine, the Latin Quarter is packed with restaurants, cafés and bars, making it one of Paris’ premier spots for nightlife. Nonetheless, the area has a more cerebral, artistic side. The site of the city’s first university and home of the Sorbonne, the area has always been a home to students from across Europe. There’s still a huge student presence, and the bistros buzz with a carefree joie de vivre.
LA blogger, author and chef Gaby Dalkin is a true California girl. As comfortable in a pair of stilettos as she is on a yoga mat, Gaby is an advocate for living a balanced lifestyle. Through her food blog – What’s Gaby Cooking – she’ll inspire you to find that healthy balance in the mix of green juices, champagne, and caramel brownies.
Soho has long been the locale of choice for all manner of bohemians, artists and rebels. Visitors who explore its warren of streets will be rewarded with some of the finest food, fashion and music London has to offer.