Where to stay in Los Angeles: Sleep with rock legends at the …

Anyone familiar with the greatest rock legends of our time will be familiar with the Andaz in West Hollywood. Situated on Sunset Boulevard, nestled between some of the world’s most popular rock venues including the Viper Room and Whiskey-a-go-go, this hotel has seen more rockstars check-in than any other. The stories of bands’ hotel destruction, TVs being thrown from hotel…
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Previewing the Parmigiani Fleurier Métro collection in Lausanne, Switzerland

So when one of the world’s finest watch companies calls you and asks if you’d like to hop a plane to Switzerland for a special product launch, you don’t think twice. You grab your carry-on, throw in a few little black dresses and you make your way to your nearest airport as fast as your little legs will carry you.…
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Hello, from Lausanne, Switzerland!

Tonight I’m writing to you all from the beautiful Beau-Rivage Palace in Lausanne, Switzerland. I’m here for exactly 24 hours with the watch brand Parmigiani Fleurier,  for a very special launch taking place later on today (yes, I’m writing this at 2am). The view over the lake was so beautiful, I just had to share. It might be a quick…
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2013 Roundup: Where I slept in Homes & Hotels around the world

This year has been a big year for travel. From 36 hour adventures in New York City to long haul trips to Antigua, it felt like I was very rarely in the same country for more than a week at a time. Whether working with fashion brands or hotel chains, there was a lot to see. Here’s our top ten…
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Blissful retreat: Escaping London to Water Meadow Cottage

Last weekend I discovered my little slice of heaven just an hour outside of London. I was invited to stay the weekend at a newly opened cottage. Only this cottage is anything but new. Dating back two hundred years, Water Meadow Cottage sits on Blenheim Palace Estate in the Cotswolds, just 9 miles from Oxford and 63 miles from London.…
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