The kimono is the national dress of Japan. It is a front-wrapped garment with a rectangular body and square sleeves, and it is tied with a sash known as an obi. If you’ve ever wondered about the history of this beautiful and significant piece of clothing, this guide is for you.
Dubai, the United Arab Emirates’ most populous city, is well-known for its incredible architecture. However, Moon World Resorts plans to add another impressive, moon-shaped building.
It’s not uncommon for museums to whitewash history. However, the Whitney Plantation Museum in Wallace, Louisiana, labeled by the New York Times as America’s first “slavery-focused museum,” is taking a different approach. Rather than closing over the plantation’s troubling past, the Whitney Plantation embraces it.
In June 2022, Sweden’s famous Treehotel announced its newest room: Biosphere. The 34-square-meter room is specially designed to immerse guests in the surrounding pine forest and attract local wildlife.
“Fireflies” is dedicated to his beloved parents, Iolanda and Stefano. “Atma Mater” celebrates the genius of his mentor, Misha Alperin. “Third Ward” commemorates the legacy of George Floyd.
When most people think of a vacation in Thailand, they think of a beach-adjacent hotel or bungalow. Want to see something besides beaches? Head to Keemala for a different view.
If you’re planning a trip to Monument Valley in southern Utah, you must include a visit to Goulding’s Museum & Trading Post — also known as Goulding’s Lodge — on your travel itinerary.
There is no shortage of churches and chapels in Italy — the country is home to between 20,000 and 65,000, after all. What makes Santuario Madonna della Corona (or Sanctuary of the Lady of the Crown) unique, though, is its location — it is built on the edge of a cliff!
Antelope Canyon is one of the many stunning natural attractions Page, Arizona, has to offer. To get the most out of your visit to the canyon, though, you’ll need to do some careful planning. This guide breaks down everything you need to know about Antelope Canyon and features some expert advice to help you have the best visit possible.
Current events have always influenced the way people dress, style their hair, and apply their makeup. The Victorian era (1837–1901) was unique, though, because one of the biggest fashion influences was a life-threatening illness: Tuberculosis.