COSvSnarkitecture at Fuorisalone

Europe, Italy, Milan
Friday, April 24, 2015

This subtractive spatial installation was created by Snarkitecture for COS. 100,000 metres of translucent white ribbon were cut and trimmed to sculpt this space. As you walk through, the path expands and recedes, leading you through to a room housing COS’s breezy summer collection. Despite the space’s cave-like quality, you do not feel restricted or ... Continued

Pro Tips: Marrakech

Africa, Marrakesh, Morocco
Friday, April 03, 2015

The keys to a successful trip to Marrakech! DO spend your first day walking the medina… with a map on your iPhone! The medina is a crazy labyrinth, so it’s best to have a reference to make it back to your hostel/riad! DON’T accept directions from savvy looking kids… unless you’re willing to pay. DO ... Continued

Staglieno Cemetery

Europe, Genoa, Italy, Liguria
Saturday, December 06, 2014

I’ve never visited a cemetery. Ever. And definitely never a cemetery like Staglieno, an expansive, and beautiful monumental cemetery to the east of Genoa’s center and one of the largest in Europe. A 20 minute bus ride along the coast and then following the river north, leads you right to it’s walls. We couldn’t initially ... Continued

VitraHaus

Europe, Germany, Weil am Rhein
Thursday, October 09, 2014

Let me just say this: Switzerland is not cheap. I felt like the only oblivious person at first but this seemed to strike the whole group. Even though the exchange rate for Swiss Francs is technically better than the Euro, you should expect to pay 40% more for stuff there. I’m serious. And since I’m ... Continued

Barcelona Video and Photo Diary

barcelona, Europe, Spain
Monday, September 08, 2014

Barcelona from Jeanne Michelle Canto on Vimeo. Barcelona: One of my favorite cities ever. I love the vibe, I love the grittiness, I love it’s bohemian residents. In 2012, I spent a week here and I knew I had to come back. Luckily, I had the opportunity to stop by for another week before heading ... Continued