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Monday, March 19, 2018

Imperial day off… in Style

Imperial Day Off

© Isaac Blake

Emperor Franz Joseph himself opened the Imperial Hotel in 1873 and since then the hotel has hosted a potpourri of famous guests from Queen Elizabeth II to Charlie Chaplin. Within these venerable halls we shot moments of luxury, from donning high fashion robes to the enjoyment of dance, food, sleep and, most importantly, love

It’s a Wonderful Life

Today's luxury

Today’s luxury is not what we own but how we use our time. What will be your next extravagance? // © Shutterstock

Owning has given way to experiencing and people have started to care who makes their clothes

My Favorite Things in December 2016/January 2017

my favorite things

Courtesy of Elan Ski Ripstick

Some people think luxury is the opposite of poverty. It is not. It is the opposite of vulgarity.

Danse Macabre


© Stefan Gergely

The Alte Technik at Ottakringer Brauerei usually hosts raging parties, but for us it became a stage for five Viennese dancers to live out celebrations of life and death from around the world

My Favorite Things November 2016

my favorite things

© Courtesy of Persol

Today it’s a camera drone. Tomorrow it travels back in time and tries to kill Sarah Conner.

Sheldon CooperThe Big Bang Theory (slightly adapted)

You can’t buy happiness but you can buy shoes and that’s kind of the same thing.

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The Stories we Wear


© Jürgen Hammerschmid

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For 650 years, these walls have seen fashion come and go. We take a look into where today’s styles found their origins

My Favorite Things | October 2016

my favorite things

© Tuk Watch

Travels, Toys, Thoughts, and Threads to Widen Your Horizons

Vienna Design Week and Oh THAT Place: Creatives with a conscience

Vienna Design Week and Oh That Place's Transmigration will take place at various locations across the city

The design collective tackles integration with their Transmigration program

2016 – An Urban Odyssey


© Chris Singer

Science fiction meets wearable aesthetics at Vienna’s tallest skyscraper. Futurist colors and natural fabrics combine in a marriage of utility and beauty. Urban utopia, or brave new world?