There’s nothing like a lazy Sunday that requires nothing but a fresh brewed coffee, some natural sun light, and a beautifully curated stack of magazines. Okay, and maybe a croissant or bowl of homemade crunchy granola, but you know what I mean. Everyone knows the basics like the back of their hands; you know, Vogue, Marie Claire, Bon Appetit, etc.
But, there’s a relatively new breed of magazines that have surfaced that are too special not to share. Cherry Bombe is a personal favorite that celebrates all things women and food, and sometimes I don’t even want to flip through it because I want it to last forever. Lucky Peach is the child of Momofuku, a NYC cult restaurant group that certainly knows a thing or two about food. Food aficionados, this one is your calling.
The Travel Almanac highlights the creative realm’s opinions and whereabouts in the travel world, providing stimulating information on travel and temporary habitats. Cereal and Kinfolk are both equally works of art as they are magazines. The images are strong, the content is beautiful, and it doubles up as coffee table decor, covering travel, fashion, lifestyle and more.
By Alexis Bendjouia