Pool number 4: Another pool in a jungle (just because we can). Kandy, in central Sri Lanka, is tea-growing country. It's also where you'll find pretty little Kandy House, located in a former private residence dating to 1804. The pool is surrounded by greenery and looks out onto a rice paddy. Photo b
Pool number 3: COMO Shambhala, in Bali, has multiple pools, freshwater springs, and a waterfall, all set in the lush Ubud jungle. And did we mention it's in Bali? Photo by @johnhardyjewelry. -- @hanyayanagihara #bali #comoshambhala
A tour of Croatia, courtesy of @DIORALOPhr nyti.ms/1Sp28z7
Pool number 2: Piscine Molitor, the beloved swimming pool and hotel complex in Paris' 16th arrondissement, was a model of Art Deco design when it opened in 1929. After falling into disuse in the eighties, it finally reopened last May. Just look at that blue. Photo by @clemobile. -- @hanyayanagihara
The best antidote to a beastly summer day? A dip (somewhere beautiful, preferably). This weekend, we're featuring some of our favorite hotel pools from around the world. First up: this stunner at the iconic La Mamounia (redesigned by Jacques Garcia) in Marrakech. Photo by @hanyayanagihara #marrakech
A Champagne house’s United Nations connection nyti.ms/1guxUtE
Your plants are going to look good nyti.ms/1IpifIg
Hannah Hoffman didn’t want to try and be heard amid New York’s shouting match nyti.ms/1JW71Wj
Rebecca Hall opted for something more unusual than a cocktail dress nyti.ms/1Df0pFV
Swans Island, based in Northport, Me., is one of only four mills in the United States that has a Global Organic Textile Standards certification. Because of the variation of natural materials, no two yarn dye lots are identical.
A selection of some of @martellcognac’s vintage pours, which feature aromas from coffee and roasted almonds to candied oranges and honey, and develop with help of toasted oak barrels made from fine-grained, 100- to 300-year-old trees. Photo by @nicolaswagnerphoto
Weekend inspo courtesy of the design duo behind @dioralophr's trip across Croatia. Photo by @sanjabistricic.
In coastal Maine, a historic weaving and dyeing process nyti.ms/1HaUZqd
All the week’s fashion news that’s fit to reprint nyti.ms/1DVSjwD
Rediscovering the 16th Arrondissement nyti.ms/1gtv6gr
The designers of @DIORALOPhr
took T on a road trip through Croatia nyti.ms/1DTbUxo
The oldest Champagne house in the Champagne region nyti.ms/1gr3t7L
The young curator bringing the Lower East Side to the West Coast nyti.ms/1Uas9iY
Oh, hey, guy. Here's another shot from the design duo behind @dioralophr's trip to Croatia, where they found breathtaking beaches, fresh fish and at least one friendly sheep. Photo by @sanjabistricic.
Founded in 1729, @Ruinart Champagne is home to the deepest system of chalk cellars in the region — now a UNESCO world heritage site. Here's a very fancy dinner held in the cellars in the 1950s.
Two designers’ divine Croatia nyti.ms/1Sl2ruz
The designers Maja Merlic and Andreja Bistricic of @dioralophr took their annual summer trip through Croatia, stopping first on the island of Pag to see Bistricic’s family — and to hand off their camera to Bistricic’s sister, @sanjabistricic, a professional photographer. More from the series coming
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