New York has Balthazar, Paris has Brasserie Lipp, London has the Wolseley. Centrally located on Piccadilly, the Wolseley is a modern all-day cafe-brasserie in the European tradition, where grandees and grungers alike feel welcome.
Favored by illustrious designers such as Charles Rennie MackIntosh and Sir Edwin Lutyens, John Boyd Textiles in the UK continues a long tradition of creating horsehair fabric from cotton warp and horsehair weft.
The Chelsea Flower Show is coming to town—for the hundredth year in a row—and on this momentous birthday there is some royalty about. Prince Harry is involved, and we have the inside scoop from Jinny Blom, the designer of his garden:
A design classic instantly upgrades an interior, and Herman Miller is renowned for producing iconic pieces. The company has long collaborated with the world's leading designers to create some of the most recognizable furnishings of the 20th century.