Queensland—Australia’s second-largest state—occupies the country’s idyllic northeast corner, where the Coral Sea and the Great Barrier Reef, with its 900 islands and nearly 3,000 reefs, attract those with a penchant for diving and other underwater and outdoor sports.
The socializing. The restaurants. And yes, even the Long Island rosé for summer sipping. The attractions are plentiful in the Hamptons, especially for the thousands of nearby New Yorkers who choose to vacation here.
The Swiss-born artist’s latest photography collection, Camera in Motion—From Chur to Tirano, features blurred images of landscapes that he captured while riding the Albula and Bernina lines of the Rhaetian Railway between Thusis, Switzerland, and Tirano, Italy.
For years, Angelenos have flocked to Jenni Kayne’s boutiques in Los Angeles’s Brentwood and West Hollywood areas, drawn by her shops’ relaxed-meets-sophisticated apparel and warm-meets-modern aesthetic.
Designer Jean-Marie Massaud has poured his talents into the 20-piece Silver Time collection—the first brunch service from the centuries-old manufacturer of silver flatware and other decorative accessories for the home.
In honor of its 10-year anniversary and to commemorate the Chinese year of the horse, L’Objet has released this equine decorative object (28 by 22 inches; $6,000) from the company’s Sous le Ciel series.
Jackson hole may be widely known for its spectacular skiing in winter—its slopes boast a vertical drop of 4,100 feet—but its peak season is actually summer, when five times as many visitors come to bike, hike, fish, and simply relax at the down-to-earth resort.
Known for her globally influenced, Riviera-ready collections, the fashion designer Marie France Van Damme bridges the gap between day and evening wear through versatile pieces that can be easily mixed and matched for all occasions.
From its perch in the city’s historic Pedder Building (and its outposts in Shanghai and Singapore), the gallery plays a vital role in stimulating international dialogue on Chinese contemporary art and design.
Opened in 1928, the grande dame of the city’s hotel scene marries old-world charm, such as the neoclassical arches in the vast lobby (where afternoon tea is a Hong Kong institution), with the latest in 21st-century technology and design.