Globetrotter: Madeline Weinrib

April 08, 2016

We have have been crazy about Madeline Weinrib’s modern ikat fabrics for as long as we can remember, so when Indagare suggested hosting a souk at her design studio on lower 5th Avenue, we jumped at the chance. As the granddaughter of the founder of ABC Carpet & Home, NYC’s hottest design emporium, Madeline developed her far flung tastes and love of travel early on. Her design studio did not...

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A Look Into Madeline's World

April 06, 2016

We meet many designers, artisans and world class globetrotters, but every once in a while we get invited into a virtual world that is almost as inspiring as actually traveling. Recently we added a collection of caftans from designer Madeline Weinrib, we just can’t resist sharing some of the images from her world, things that inspire her and all of us at Shop Latitude. Go ahead and take a peek,...

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Q&A with Jeweler Gogo Ferguson

April 02, 2016

From left: an oyster bake at Geryfield Inn; spiny conch shell cuff; Gogo Ferguson Cumberland Island, the southernmost of the Georgia barrier islands, is one of the world’s most secluded, pristine natural habitats. Occupying an area larger than Manhattan, the island boasts three ecosystems, including salt marshes, forest and miles of beach, where wild horses can often be observed running along the shores. Thomas M. Carnegie first purchased land on...

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Gypset Travel: Marfa, Texas

March 03, 2016

Marfa has taken over as the new destination muse for art-inspired fashion designers. Prada keeps its conceptual road side boutique there and Proenza Schouler pit stop in from NYC for visual refreshing. Emerging designer Emily Jerome recently came through to shoot her look book amongst the sparse desert terrain that captivated artist Donald Judd so much so that in the 1970’s he bought up much of an abandoned army base there and...

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Our Guide to a Gypset Lifestyle

March 02, 2016

According to Gypset author and inventor Julia Chaplin, “Gypset is about an emerging group of artists, musicians, fashion designers, surfers, and bon vivants– who lead semi-nomadic, unconventional lives. They are people who have perfected a high-low approach to life that fuses the freelance and nomadic wile of a gypsy with the sophistication and global references of the jet set. Its an alternative way of traveling and living that’s based more...

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Packing for a Weekend in Argentina’s Countryside

February 26, 2016

After almost a year of being away from my beloved Argentina, I’m happy to be back in my favorite place, the countryside. Wanting to travel with as little as possible, I brought with me my all-time classics, and by ‘classics’, I mean Argentinian ‘campo’ uniform.   Article and images courtesy of Sofia De Betak, Under Our Sky. READ MORE ABOUT SOFIA DE BETAK >

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My Cartagena

February 17, 2016

I recently married a Colombian man, as a nod to his heritage we held our ceremony in the magical city of Cartagena, Colombia. Cartagena is a UNESCO heritage site, meaning it's architecture is protected and will always stay true to it’s initial structure and style (sometimes dating as far back as the 1500's) because of this, the city retains much of the same feel it had when it was colonized by...

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Globetrotter: Lisa Fine

February 01, 2016

We love Lisa Fine’s luxe boho style. As designer of her own textile collection and co- designer of worldly chic clothing label Irving & Fine, Lisa manages to combine her southern roots and global tastes into a NYC lifestyle that seems to have popped out of a Slim Aarons photo. We were thrilled when this card carrying member of the international jet-set agreed to share her inspirations, destinations and all time favorite souvenir....

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An Insider's Guide to Havana

January 27, 2016

We asked our friend and Cuban native Maria Romeu where to go and what to do in Havana. Maria, who created the first music videos for cuban rock star Carlos Varela, has also just created a new luxury yacht charter service called VIP Yachts. We are so hoping she is going to invite us to enjoy a little floating five star luxury while being shown the real Havana! For those that prefer to stay...

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A Look at Cuban Street Style

January 26, 2016

HAVANA — From old-school, slick suits to American-flag prints, fashion on this city’s streets represents a country with one foot in the past and its eyes on the future. Fashion is embedded in Cuban culture, with African and Spanish influences as well as a dedication to color. The classic embroidered guayabera shirt, ubiquitous throughout Latin culture, is said to have come from a Cuban province. As the story goes, laborers...

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