These well-designed, wooden-handled, high-carbon utility knives from the American-made outfit Onehundred are sharp. And we’re not just talking about the blades.
Things to do for April 26, 2017
What to Stream, Where to Summer, How to Pack
Specifically, British Stuff, L.A. and for Fyre
We’re Just Sorry There’s No Part for Owen Wilson, but When Does Jason Schwartzman’s Shift Begin?
Milan. Seems like the last place you’d find a bar designed by Wes Anderson with Steve Zissou pinball, miniature hot dogs stuffed inside of croissants and perfect breakfast Negronis. Actually, that seems exactly the right place.
This Is Ned. He’s Your New London Hotel.
While you’re traipsing around London this summer—which, inevitable—make sure to swing by The Ned. It’s a drolly-named new hotel in an old bank building with an abundance of marble, many places to eat and a members-only drinking den called the Vault Bar & Lounge. Guess where it’s located.
These British Comedy Series Would Like a Word
The six-episode British comedy series: Maybe you’ve heard of this sort-of-trend, maybe you haven’t. Regardless, you’ll want to do your due diligence and check out Fleabag, Catastrophe and Chewing Gum, which are available to stream now. (Here’s the part where we tell you why.)
Coachella May Have Been Out-Coachellad
Quick, pack your bags. You’re going to Fyre Festival, the brand-new, ultra-exclusive, model-thronged music fest on an idyllic cay in the Bahamas. Actually, don’t pack your bag. Pack this bag, this stuff and maybe, just maybe, you’ll end up on Bella Hadid’s yacht.
There Are Certain Things You Can’t Not-Do When Spending Summer in LA
Sipping straight-from-the-tap margaritas at Salazar, dipping a single toe in the skyscraping rooftop pool at the W Hollywood and hitting FYF Fest to see Missy Elliot and Björk live certainly make the cut. We’ve got your other musts right here.