fashion

EDITORIAL – NAOMI

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Naomi
Publication: Numéro #198 April 2018
Model: Naomi Campbell
Photographer: Peter Lindbergh
Fashion Editor: Babeth Djian
Hair: Lorenzo Barcella
Make Up: Hila Karmand

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food

ARCA -TULUM

A restaurant bar in the tropical jungle of Tulum, Mexico. Serving fresh, seasonal cuisine using local Mexican ingredients.

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Arca’s focus is on Yucatán ingredients, resulting in Mexi-Cal cuisine—think farm-to-table starters like charred snap peas and grilled asparagus; inventive cocktails like El Solar that blends mezcal, hibiscus, chipotle syrup and smoked ancho chili rum; and homemade sourdough bread so good it sells out by 9 p.m. The simple wood and candlelight environment is elegant without being pretentious.

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interior & inspiration

FINCA SA PEDRA – MALLORCA

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Italian artist Fabrizio Plessi has made one of his dreams come true on the sunny island of Mallorca, Spain, in the form of his summer retreat, Finca Sa Pedra.

The renovated and converted house is made of large, rough, yellow sandstone blocks and is surrounded by cornfields and olive trees. The stone also informs the flair of the light-flooded rooms, complemented by white walls and a minimalist interior design concept.

At Sa Pedra nature is an integral part of the architecture and enters into dialog with modern design elements. In the former barn, exposed stones on the floor lead to the seating, in what is now a lounge area. Through the old wooden door in the bathroom one can see a modern Corian washbasin and in the kitchen the 7.2 m long stainless-steel ‘Convivium’ island, by Italian kitchen manufacturer Arclinea contrasts starkly with the rough sandstone outer walls. Here, nature and technology harmonize.

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photos © Nicolas Matheus

 

food & inspiration

MALIBU FARM

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Malibu Farm offers sweeping views of the ocean in both directions (and even of Catalina Island on a clear day). You can watch surfers and stand-up paddle boarders on iconic Surfrider Beach, plus their white sangria is perfectly refreshing on a hot day. Enjoying a zucchini pizza on their porch while you watch the sun set is pretty much as California as it gets.

Malibu Farm
23000 Pacific Coast Hwy, Malibu
310.456.1112

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interior & inspiration

 

VALLODOLID – MESON DE MALLEVILLE

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This beautiful 16th century house, is a four-room sanctuary set right across from the historical Convent of San Bernardino de Siena in the colorful colonial town of Valladolid.

The former home of Coqui Coqui founders, Nicolas Malleville and Francesca Bonato, Mesón de Malleville lovingly opens its doors to guests in the spirit of warmth and family. The couple renovated this beautiful colonial house yet maintained the original moorish tile floors, walls and high ceilings with wooden beams from the 1600’s. Here Malleville and Bonato raised their two children and received friends and family from all over the world. It was a well-lived house always full of joy and love. With this mind, the couple decided it was time for their home to be open to the public and thus Mesón de Malleville was born.

It features Oficios Artesanos in a stunning boutique, an outdoor café serving freshly brewed coffee and tea and an indoor patio where guests can relax as if they were in the privacy of their own homes. Every room is decorated in the distinct Coqui Coqui style yet each with its own personality, showcasing the couple’s furniture from family heirlooms to those gathered from their travels.

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