foreign correspondent: westberlin coffee shop.


westberlin is not the typical coffee shop, it’s a coffee bar and media shop. opened just over a year ago by the architect and owner Kai Bröer, it’s a perfect place to relax and read from an amazing selection of both german and international magazines that range between design, fashion and lifestyle. Kai designed the space himself and built the wooden structures you’ll... 
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spotted: the surf lodge.


happy summer everyone! it’s leslie again from spotted sf. i hope you’re away adventuring somewhere or planning some great upcoming escapes. i just returned from the land of fire and ice (which i’ll be sharing on a future post) and now i’m desperately seeking warmer weather and some fun in the sun! maybe like my last summer. this same time last year... 
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tiny atlas quarterly | a giveaway.


the newest edition of tiny atlas quarterly is currently fueling my wanderlust with dreamy stories on destinations including maui, barcelona, hong kong, jaipur, and panama city, where you’ll find the newest installation of the ace hotel – the american trade hotel and hall. to kick off the newest stories, tiny atlas is giving away a copy of their newly available... 
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foreign correspondent: berlin’s silo store.


one of my favorite brooklyn-based photographers, ilenia martini has been off on a european adventure. she and her husband have temporarily moved overseas for a project he’s working on for about a year (or so) and ilenia’s been sharing her beautiful photographs of their journeys around europe. i’ve been having quite the wanderlust observing from afar, so i... 
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a visit to marion & rose’s workshop.


last week we were over in oakland doing a photo shoot for an upcoming project (more on that later), but specifically we were in old oakland, a sweet little neighborhood Between Broadway & Washington, and 8th & 10th streets with lots of great boutique shops and outdoor cafes. while there, we couldn’t resist the urge to do a little shopping, and popped into the... 
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