FASHION: Aisle Style 2018 • Dolce & Gabbana’s Retail Revolution
HERITAGE: Matera, Capital of Culture 2019 • Amazing Public Sculptures
ARTS: Russian Artist Andrey Remnev • Charles Harper: A Retrospective
LIFESTYLE: A Cook’s Kitchen • Building Mental Strength
From the Editor: Spring has finally arrived – a season full of hope and anticipation. This year marks the centenary of women’s suffrage in Ireland, and while it’s important to savour that triumph, we must also hope that the campaign continues for social equality for all marginalised and excluded individuals and groups. We celebrate the anniversary in this issue by featuring some pioneering Irish women of the time who took on roles traditionally held by men and helped change prevailing ideas of what women were capable of, giving further momentum to the suffrage movement.
In this issue, contemporary Russian artist Andrey Remnev, whose work is influenced by traditional Russian icons, is our featured cover story. We also take a look at the retrospective exhibition of the work of Charles Harper at the Royal Hibernian Academy in Dublin. And you can take a peek at the work of some of Ireland’s best contemporary artists and craftspeople.
Our featured travel destination is the spectacular city of Matera, the 2019 European Capital of Culture located in the southern Italian region of Basilicata. Then, moving to the north of Italy, we visit the Ferrari Museum in Maranello where the world’s greatest motoring brand had its humble beginnings.
Thank you for reading, following and supporting us. As always, we strive to bring you a collection of beautiful experiences from around the world and wish you a joyful spring!