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For this volume, we travelled to Northern California, Antwerp, and Panama City. In NorCal, we drive up the beautiful Route 1 to Big Sur; discuss modern winemaking with Scribe Winery; hike the fabled paths of Yosemite; examine the story of Levis Strauss; and show our readers what our ideal 24 hours in SF and Oakland looks like.
In Antwerp, we visit the headquarters of renowned interior designer Axel Vervoordt; interview celebrated fashion designer Dries Van Noten about his favourite spots in town; spend a day at Middelheim Sculpture Park; and investigate the legend associated with this Flemish city.
Over in Panama City, we wander the historic streets of Casco Viejo; take an aerial flight over the famous Panama Canal, and make our first jaunt into a jungle.
The interlude is our biggest yet, and here we examine the work of artist Agnes Martin as well as her retrospective at Tate Modern; explore invisible design with Vitsoe; tour the Swiss headquarters of master watchmakers Audemars Piguet; interview Copenhagen-based Norm Architects; present an edit of classic timepieces in CURATED; and style what we believe to be the ideal reading room.
In our literary supplement, WEEKEND, we write on the subject of ego, and interview the editor of The Gentlewoman, Penny Martin, on the topic.
Specialty food magazines are a dime a dozen these days, but Cereal is making sure it stands out among the competition. This new quarterly deals with not just food but another subject close to people's hearts, travel. Structured as a book with different chapters for an in-depth analysis of a particular topic, Cereal hopes to be the perfect morning read ... and we daresay it's succeeded. Hails from: United Kingdom Frequency: Quarterly (4 issues a year)