wear this there: maison lautrec.

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back to paris we go again with another wear this there — i mean if not physically, at least via the internet. this week we head to maison lautrec — a quaint bistro located in pigalle that is home to some seriously dreamy dishes and pinterest-worthy surroundings. founded by four friends, and remodeled a little here and there from its classic bistro look, it is now a draw... 
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wear this there: moby 3143.

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is it just us or is australia handing out hot spaces like it’s their day job? armadale, australia is home to the new cafe moby3143, and it’s a sleek wes anderson-esque dream — so this week’s wear this there is a little bit prada-inspired. grab your quilted faux fur, and enjoy your cup of coffee over don delillo’s new novel. you’re sure to... 
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wear this there: sfmoma.

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as the gateway to modern art, SFMOMA is always one we suggest to visiting friends and readers. Now even more so because our favorite landmark got a wee bit of a facelift. home to warhols, and rothkos alike it now houses a richard serra installation. they upgraded to an in-house sightless coffee bar, and a three michelin starred destination called in situ. why not try to blend... 
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wear this there: no197 chiswick fire station.

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somewhere in good ol’ london there’s a darling abandoned fire station turned hot new hangout. cool kids seeking swanky cocktails, and a hearty meal head to no197 chiswick fire station — it won’t disappoint. the interiors are aesthetic perfection from the pomegranate velvet chairs, to the casually cornered greenery. bring out your retro best for fall with... 
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wear this there: onibus coffee.

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you can count us in on any kind of coffee talk, including caffeine in destinations we can only hope to one day swing by for a cup o’ joe. onibus coffee is a tokyo-based roaster and two-time coffee shop (the first in okusawa, second in nakameguro) that has all the interior vibes we dream for. special tiles and glassware from local artisans, and those minimal japanese... 
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