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Illustrated Travel Guides

Hace algunas semanas os hablaba de la guía ilustrada de Barcelona, “Las rutas inciertas” de Clara Nubiola, y del mega-proyecto online que ha montado Style.com, STYLE MAP. Ambos nos hablan del valor en alza de lo subjetivo en la cultura #globalnomad. Las vacaciones terminan, pero los viajes permanecen. Así que si la vida te lleva este año a Nueva York, Londres o París, aquí algunas pistas para verlas con nuevos ojos.

1# Esta semana OKI-NI, tienda de referencia, nos invitaba a conocer su “Paris City Guide”, que se abre con la colaboración de Rick Owens. El diseñador americano afincado en París, comparte cinco de sus galerías de arte favoritas. Quedan por llegar las recomendaciones de Maison Martin Margiela o Paul Smith. La recién graduada Emily Rose Rough, ilustra la pieza.

#2 La corresponsal en Nueva York de Vogue Paris, Carole Sabas, ha encontrado un filón en la edición de sus “Fashion Guides”. Todo empezó con la publicación de sus “Private & Friendly guides” sobre Paris, Manhattan y Brooklyn en 2012, en respuesta a la demanda de sus amistades cada vez que viajaban a Nueva York o París. Después del éxito de las primeras, este verano las ha vuelto a editar actualizadas y en un nuevo formato. Repiten también Caroline Andrieu y Bernadette Pascua para ilustrarlas.

#3 Louis Vuitton sigue buscando nuevas formas de viajar. Esta primavera presentó su nueva colección de guías “Louis Vuitton Travel Books”. Nueva York, Londres, París y la Isla de Pascua, vistas a través de los ojos de los ilustradores Jean-Philippe Delhomme, Natsko Seki, Chéri Samba y Daniel Arsham respectivamente.

#4 Y para terminar, no quería dejarme La Parisina de Inès de la Fressange. Una deliciosa guía ilustrada por ella misma, que además de dar un montón de consejos útiles para conseguir ese “no se qué” de las chicas francesas, dedica un extenso apartado a sus sitios favoritos de la capital francesa.

Imagen portada vía Wallpaper.

A couple of weeks ago, I shared here “Las rutas inciertas”, the illustrated guide of Barcelona y Clara Nubiola, and “ STYLE MAP”, the new online adventure by Style.com. Two projects that highlight the subjectivity as a trending value in #globalnomad’s culture. The end of holidays is here, but the travel spirit remains. So if your life takes you again this year to New York, London or Paris, I leave you with some hints to see them through the new eyes.

1# This week OKI-NI, top male’s online fashion shop, invited us to know their “Paris City Guide”, that started with the exclusive contribution of Rick Owens. The American designer based in Paris, shared five of his favourite art galleries in the city. And there is more to come. In the following weeks, top spots curated by Maison Martin Margiela or Paul Smith. Recently graduated Emily Rose Rough, illustrated the pieces.

#2 Caroline Sabas, New York correspondent of Paris Vogue, has delighted everyone with her “Fashion Guides” editions. Everything started with the publication of her “Private & Friendly Guides” of Paris, Manhattan and Brooklyn in 2012, in response of her demanding friends about the best of these cities when they had to travel there. After the big success of the first ones, this summer she has launched two extended new editions. Caroline Andrieu and Bernadette Pascua illustrate them again.

#3 Louis Vuitton keeps searching new ways of travel. This past Spring launched a new collection of guides entitled “Louis Vuitton Travel Books.” New York, London, Paris and Easter Island seen by the following illustrators: Jean-Philippe Delhomme, Natsko Seki, Chéri Samba and Daniel Arsham. 

#4 Finally, I don’t want to miss La Parisienne by Inès de la Fressange. A delicious guide illustrated by herself, that besides giving some style tips about French “Je ne se quos”, offers an interesting section with her favourite secret place in the French city.

Cover pic via Wallpaper.

A couple of weeks ago, I shared here “Las rutas inciertas”, the illustrated guide of Barcelona y Clara Nubiola, and “ STYLE MAP”, the new online adventure by Style.com. Two projects that highlight the subjectivity as a trending value in #globalnomad’s culture. The end of holidays is here, but the travel spirit remains. So if your life takes you again this year to New York, London or Paris, I leave you with some hints to see them through the new eyes.

1# This week OKI-NI, top male’s online fashion shop, invited us to know their “Paris City Guide”, that started with the exclusive contribution of Rick Owens. The American designer based in Paris, shared five of his favourite art galleries in the city. And there is more to come. In the following weeks, top spots curated by Maison Martin Margiela or Paul Smith. Recently graduated Emily Rose Rough, illustrated the pieces.

#2 Caroline Sabas, New York correspondent of Paris Vogue, has delighted everyone with her “Fashion Guides” editions. Everything started with the publication of her “Private & Friendly Guides” of Paris, Manhattan and Brooklyn in 2012, in response of her demanding friends about the best of these cities when they had to travel there. After the big success of the first ones, this summer she has launched two extended new editions. Caroline Andrieu and Bernadette Pascua illustrate them again.

#3 Louis Vuitton keeps searching new ways of travel. This past Spring launched a new collection of guides entitled “Louis Vuitton Travel Books.” New York, London, Paris and Easter Island seen by the following illustrators: Jean-Philippe Delhomme, Natsko Seki, Chéri Samba and Daniel Arsham.

#4 Finally, I don’t want to miss La Parisienne by Inès de la Fressange. A delicious guide illustrated by herself, that besides giving some style tips about French “Je ne se quos”, offers an interesting section with her favourite secret place in the French city.

Cover pic via Wallpaper.

1 Comment

  1. Archana August 24, 2013

    What a great blog post ! Loved reading it.

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