The WGSN City by City team shares their curated travel guide. We spotlight the coolest new July events and openings to see in these global style cities
City by City’s Travel A-List is back for July, with their top six selects for exciting new openings in stylish cities, so you can stay ahead of the curve.
Read on to find out the latest must-know openings in Las Vegas, Copenhagen and Melbourne (among others) – bookmark these travel tips and enjoy.
Beauty & Essex, Las Vegas
The Cosmopolitan, 3708 Las Vegas Blvd S / 1 702 737 0707
TAO restaurant group and innovative chef Chris Santos’ have now opened eatery Beauty & Essex at the Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas. Much like its sister restaurant in New York’s Lower East Side, the menu here encourages communal dining and features creative cocktails for every palate. The speakeasy-style bar and restaurant offers iconic dishes like grilled cheese soup dumplings and roasted bone marrow and encourages family-style sharing.
Boutique Marmier Betina Lou, Montreal
6510 Henri-Julien Avenue / 1 514 274 6103
This new, minimalist atelier features Montreal’s own womenswear label Betina Lou plus its menswear counterpart, Marmier. The company prides itself on transparency through designing and producing its garments locally, which are merchandised alongside other coveted labels including Woolfell, Cantin, Odeyalo and Matu among many others. This is the only brick and mortar store where you can pick up Marmier products.
Studio Voltaire, Melbourne
80 Collins Street
End Date: July 24 2016
The cult store from London-based art gallery Studio Voltaire has announced its first Australian shop. On sale are unique artworks, limited edition clothing, objects and homeware made by world renowned contemporary artists and designers including Roksanda Ilincic, Peter Pilotto and Eddie Peake, as well as a capsule collection launching exclusively for Melbourne shoppers.
3F, 9 Namdaemun-ro 5-gil, Jung-gu
Printmaker and artist Choi has opened showroom and print office Artist Proof overlooking the bustling Namdaemun. A variety of stylish home objects, accessories, cards and materials featuring their own printed designs can be found here.