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Condé Nast Traveler’s Style, Design, and Culture Issue

February 24, 2017 Lifestyle No Comments Email Email

“We have to be accountable for what our personal style says about us as individuals and as Americans out in the world.” —Pilar Guzmán

The Cover

Valentina Mirma, from Pacchanta, Peru, in a colorful skirt.

Shot by Gentl and Hyers.

COMING INTO FOCUS (page 90)

Andrea Gentl and Martin Hyers, a New York City–based husband-and-wife team of commercial and editorial photographers, started This Is the Wanderlust, a travel-photography program that gives feedback and professional advice to a growing band of aspiring photographers, stylists, and content creators who use social media as a professional calling card. Condé Nast Traveler tagged along for their inaugural workshop in a remote area of the Andes, home to the Peru’s last remaining Incas.

THE INNKEEPER’S DIARIES (page 60)

Odine Cohane tells her side of the story about building and living a dream—only it wasn’t really hers. After moving to Tuscany with her husband, they transformed a crumbling stone farmhouse into their first impeccably designed boutique hotel. The Tuscan village community was eulogizing their family and what they had built together, but Cohane had lost her sense of place in the process.

THE SHANGHAI SHOW (page 82)

The city that is constantly reinventing itself shows its willingness to embrace and assimilate change with a new claim: the place to be for contemporary art.

COMMON THREADS (page 64)

Three men go to Scotland, where they are obsessed with and possessed by the coastal nation’s traditions, craft, and rich heritage. Tailor Jake Mueser, writer David Coggins, and photographer and style editor Matt Hranek were enlightened by the hidden secrets of Scotland’s tweed mills, whisky distilleries, and spectacular vistas.

COMME DES GARÇONS (page 74)

Condé Nast Traveler’s Pilar Guzmán profiles an exceptionally stylish, peripatetic couple who found the perfect spot to finally slow down. Amid the pristine medieval villages and well-preserved churches of Gascony, with its Armagnac distilleries and duck markets, Ramdane Touhami and Victoire de Taillac talk about the juxtaposition of their culty perfumery in Paris and the simple country life they lead in Gascony.

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