Experience the feeling of luxury with clothing by Anatomie. Founders Kate and Shawn Boyer created the comfortable clothing brand from their love of fitted, fashionable clothing that can be worn to the office or on an amazing outdoor adventure.
Budapest-born gymnastics coach Kate had a knack for styling her team in functional, flexible outfits she designed herself. Her husband, Shawn, designed custom clothing for men with hard-to-fit athletic builds. The two met in Miami and decided to link their creative minds together and create beautifully designed clothing to fit every shape for comfortable travel and lifestyle wear.
From jackets to pants, shorts and warm, fleece-lined options, the lightweight, wrinkle-free clothing is made for the traveler on the go and in fashion. European fabrics and craftsmanship construct sustainable pieces built to last for years, becoming part of the wearer’s “Anatomie.” The brand embraces inclusivity for every body type to enjoy fashionable, travel clothing that can be worn time and time again with a lifetime warranty.
Anatomie teams with Micato Safaris to truly show how the versatility of the clothing line. On Wednesday, April 21, travelers are invited to join an exclusive virtual event that will highlight Micato Safaris in Kenya and three Anatomie Escape Artistswho will share their first-hand advice about travel in Africa. Participants will gain exclusive access to insider promotions. If interested, register here for the live event.
GBTA’s Convention 2021 will bring the business travel industry together for the first time in a long time. Once again, you’ll learn and connect with experts and each other, along with discussions with leading thinkers, entrepreneurs and change makers addressing the issues that matter most.
Hilton Lake Como recently unveiled a new winter culinary offering at its exclusive rooftop restaurant and bar, Terrazza 241. Executive chef Alessandro Ramella crafted the new menu to ensure each dish complemented the garden and 360-degree panoramic views of the surrounding landscape and lake. The hotel first opened in 2018, continually drawing in visitors for its gorgeous scenery, fine dining and luxury accommodations.
For the 11th consecutive year, Global Traveler honors the best of the best in the industry, naming 2021's Airline of the Year and Hotel of the Year.
History and culture are etched into every corner of Greece. Beginning with its language, the oldest written language still in existence, and moving from the traces of passing civilizations and religions to pre-historic findings and works from many movements, there’s a wealth of culture to discover on your next trip to Greece.
It’s not an overstatement to say we’ve been through it all in the past 18 months as milestones, celebrations, and even hallmarks of our day-to-day lives were upended. But 2021 has certainly brought us a bit more due north with vaccine deployment, a return to in-person everything, countries around the world re-welcoming Americans and, more recently, with U.S. borders re-opening to vaccinated individuals from around the world. With all that good news, we chose the theme “Open the World” to celebrate the 2021 winners of the GT Tested Reader Survey awards, our 18th year honoring the best of the best in the world of travel.
Visitors to Paris are familiar with the Champs Elysées — the broad, tree-lined boulevard connecting the Place de la Concorde and Arc de Triomphe — and all the fashionable streets that lead from it, including Avenue George V. The flagship Louis Vuitton store and the red awning at Le Fouquets are the two gatekeepers to this stylish street, which boasts chic Hermes, Bulgari and Kenzo boutiques — and elegant hotels, including Prince de Galles, a Luxury Collection hotel.
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Starting Dec. 25, ZIPAIR will launch highly anticipated, long-haul destination service to Los Angeles. The announcement of its non-stop service between Tokyo Narita International Airport and Los Angeles International Airport was made Nov. 12 at a conference in Tokyo, Japan.