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Who Knew Candy Could be So Damn Sexy?

“I had a dream when I was 12, that if I buried my mixtapes in the ground, they would turn into candy”, remembers Mayaan, who used to be the Creative Director of a lingerie brand and now makes candy for adults.

We can now Hang Out in Jimi Hendrix’s 1960s London Flat

Number 23 Brook Street in Mayfair of London, is the only officially recognised Hendrix residence in the world.

Spend a Night inside a Van Gogh Painting

What would it be like to go inside the mind of one of the most brilliant and misunderstood artists of all time?

10 Romantic Things to do in Paris (OTHER than Love-Locking on a Bridge)

So you might have heard about our famous “love-locking” bridges in Paris giving way under the strain of thousands of padlocks, calling for authorities to block the practice with preventative barriers.

Take an Eerie Tour of Greece’s Sinking Ghost Town

Ropoto was the perfect little Greek village that sunk. It was once a happy and peaceful place in central Greece, home to 300 families but today, it lies in ruin, a ghost town emptied of its residents who were born and raised in its charming village streets.

Robinson Crusoe’s Private Island is now Available on Airbnb

On the AirBnb listing, where the host is required to describe “the neighbourhood”, the owner simply writes: There are other nearby islands for exploring. And it just so happens that Bird Island is plonked right in one of the best snorkeling and fishing areas in Belize… Traditionally the concept of renting a private island usually requires being a millionaire (at least).

Listen to this Bizarre Youtuber dropping the Best Undiscovered R&B Songs of the Year

If you don’t know who Justin Kuritzkes is, until a few minutes ago, I was in the same boat. On my daily aimless scroll through the depths of internet forums, I was randomly drawn to a link titled “Falling in Love with a Photograph”.

Inside the Replica of the Titanic, set to sail in 2018

There is no vessel that has captured the world’s imagination quite like the Titanic. The “unsinkable” four-funnelled ship of the White Star Line that sunk beneath the ice cold waters of the Atlantic in 1912, is one of the 20th century’s great dramas.

An Archive of Women who Ride

I got a sweet little tip in my email inbox the other day from a gal who collects vintage photographs of women and their motorcycles.

13 Things I Found on the Internet Today (Vol. CLXXV)

1. Inside the Himalayan Villages That Grow Cannabis The plant is native but illegal in India, and mountain farmers rely on its cultivation.

Ladies’ Smoker Night, 1941

I think I need to step up my ladies’ night game– these gals I found filed away in the Life archives are putting us to shame!

A Walk in the Cloud Forest

Before my travel legs give in, just once in my life when someone asks me where I’m going on vacation, I think I’d like to say, “I’m going to take a walk in a cloud forest”.

This is what Leonardo DiCaprio’s Private Uninhabited Island Looks like

Ten years ago, Leonardo DiCaprio bought an island in Belize with plans to build the world’s first eco-restorative resort that would “restore” the over-fished waters, eroding coastline and deforestation. The island is called Blackadore Caye.

Kid Brothers were too Poor to buy Card Games so instead, they Made their Own

For those of us that grew up with the means to buy the commercial card games, do you know where they ended up?

French Phrases Hidden in English Words (A Cartoon Crash Course)

I think one of my proudest moments in grade school was the time my teacher asked the class if anyone knew where denim came from.

Stop Everything and Check out these Tiny Hand-painted Wes Anderson Sets

When I come across anything Wes Anderson related, I really do just stop everything and prepare myself for a little treat.

The Belle Epoque Body-con Dress that was too Sexy for Paris

In the Spring of 1908, three women walked onto the Longchamp racecourse in Paris and jaws dropped. The elite society event was known for debuting the latest couture creations to the public, but no one had seen fashion quite like this before.

13 Things I Found on the Internet Today (Vol. CLXXIV)

1. The Man who Collects Stones For years, every day, Luigi Lineri has walked along the Adige in search of stones… In the mid-1960s, Lineri noticed that some of the small rocks that have supported the watercourse for millennia, although smoothed by the incessant passage of time and water, still bear the traces of some primitive artist’s attempts at sculpture. Since then, Lineri has collected and categorized stones by shape: human profiles and silhouettes, animal heads and muzzles, work tools.

Meet Lilli, the High-end German Call Girl who became America’s Iconic Barbie Doll

So it turns out Barbie’s original design was based on a German adult gag-gift escort doll named Lilli.

The MessyNessyChic Airbnb Guide to Paris

This is long overdue. I don’t know how many times I’ve got an email from a reader asking for some advice on where to book an AirBnb in Paris, so I’ve finally got around to making a wishlist of my favourite stays for all budgets, group sizes and tastes.