With spring just around the corner, and the days getting that little bit longer, we grouped together three of our favourite classic long drinks that are as easy to make as they are delicious. Perfect to sip or to serve at your next dinner party. Enjoy!
Sandro Zara has really ‘rebuilt' the manufacture of the tabarro cloak, making a timeless garment contemporary. A true Venetian legend, a minimal garment with undisputed charm worn by everyone in the past and present. The tabarro cloak has transgressed the centuries and remains unique and functional in the present day. Wrapping yourself up in your own cloak is almost like uniting your whole being. The story of a textile entrepreneur who was able to relaunch a noble garment, a true master of Italian fashion. Master of fashion and time, the tabarro cloak today in 2021.
Our chat with Børge Ousland, one of the world’s most accomplished polar explorers, about his intense connection to nature, his Manshausen guesthouses and the beauty of living entirely in the present.
Klaus Thymann is a photographer, explorer and world wanderer with an interest in finding solutions to the big problems of our time. We talked to Klaus about his life, what drives him and his hopes and aspirations for a better future.
As a commercial photographer, it might not seem unusual that for the last five months, Ailine Liefeld has been growing a popular Instagram page. Yet, it might be more surprising to hear that the page isn’t anything directly to do with her photography at all. What’s got this photographer so obsessed? Bread. And her 3,000-plus followers are all there for her crispy, airy, soft and often artsy sourdough.
Beyza Özler is Berlin's Kilim Queen: travelling all around Turkey, she collects vintage kilims that she restores and sells in her Berlin shop.
Nicola Rehbein is a Berlin-based photographer. We sat down to discuss his vintage Rolex Datejust 1601, analogue vs. digital photography and staying creative under lockdown.
The Manta Trust are dedicated to protecting the fragile ecosystem of the mantas. We dive deep into their aims and their hopes for the beautiful animal.
THE WORLD OF WINE
If you have ever dined at the restaurant of Michelin starred chef Tim Raue in Berlin, you have probably already been introduced to that particularly memorable Dreissigacker taste.
A chat with Maurizio Zanella, president of the Ca’ del Bosco winery, about life on the vineyard, modern art and Franciacorta, the king of Italian fermented wines.
We went on a quest for the best sparkling wines. Supported by ex-star chef and winemaker’s son Norbert Schu, who not only has the best-equipped wine cellar in Germany, but also helps us with his experience to gain a completely new understanding of champagne and co. Cin cin.
That contemplative time of year is upon us. Life moves indoors. Romantic hours for two, meetings with family and close friends, endless conversations on the phone. We have selected 12 wines that everyone should have at home this winter. Whether it’s a smoky Burgundy, a complex Sauvignon or an elegant Pinot Noir, you’ll be well-equipped for the cold season with these wines.
The brothers Andreas and Steffen of the Rings vineyard create wines that possess the taste and integrity of the organic process as well as the delicate edge of passionate experimentation.
Schmidt Winery on the banks of Lake Constance lays home to the Schmidt family, creating wines found nowhere else in Germany.