Instagram and the web are wonderful sources of inspiration, but I still enjoy sitting down with a beautiful magazine. Here are five print editions I love to keep on my coffee table.
It only comes out twice a year, but Cherrybombe is always worth the wait. I love the clean layout, wonderful interviews—with everyone from Karlie Kloss to Ruth Reichl—and the celebratory focus on women and food.
For anyone who dreams of a bucolic lifestyle, Modern Farmer is the perfect escape from city living.
A groundbreaking and wildly popular magazine in the 1970s, Holiday is back after a 30-plus year hiatus. The publication is committed to teasing out unique stories from writers around the globe.
From the style geniuses at Net-a-Porter, Porter is a luxurious, high-fashion glossy helmed by Lucy Yeomans, the former EIC at British Harper's Bazaar. It’s pure fashion eye-candy and allows for instant gratification, since everything shot in the hard copy is available online.
It’s hard not to love a magazine featuring vintage Pierre Frey fabric prints on its seven debut covers. Cabana, a new biannual design title from Milan, promises to be a regular in my reading list.