1 MIN The South of France was a sun-drenched haven for many high-powered artists of the 20thcentury.
2 MIN One of the most beautiful views over Eze, an artist’s hamlet on the French Riviera, is from the Exotic Garden.
2 MIN Paris is indisputably the pastry capital of the world. And yet, even when surrounded by the finesse of the tarte aux fraises and mille-feuille, sometimes the craving for a chocolate chip cookie is simply overpowering. For those moments, there is Stoney Clove Bakery.
2 MIN Baden-Baden’s bespoke shoemaker, Vickermann & Stoya, is a favourite of Sascha Domm, Head Concierge at Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa.
2 MIN The Côte d’Azur has its fair share of stunning villas, but one in particular stands out from the rest. It’s the Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild and it, along with its nine surrounding gardens, is open for public visits all throughout the year.
1 MIN The most raved-about nightclub in the French Alps, Les Caves de Courchevel is where kings and queens of the slope come to dance the night away in Courchevel 1850.
1 MIN It’s a rare quality for bars to excel in both cuisine and entertainment but Le Ti St Barth manages it with aplomb.
2 MIN Any effort to help protect the planet is cause for celebration, particularly in a country rife with deforestation.
2 MIN Fashion and alpine aesthetic mingle at L’Écorce – a concept store and tea house in Courchevel 1650.