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The Splurge: Restaurateur Michael Chernow's Most Memorable Meal in Barcelona

FOR THE SPLURGE, we ask tastemakers to tell us about their most recent—and most extravagant—purchases. see more
Sex + Relationships

The Dos and Don'ts of Vacation Romances

I'm writing this from a state park in rural Ohio, where I'm vacationing with my family. Between the high-school lifeguards, shuffleboard octogenarians, and blood relatives, my chances of romance on this trip are, to put it mildly, slim. see more
Travel

How to Avoid Getting Gored by a Bull

This year's running of the bulls at Pamplona's San Fermin Festival, which ends today, made international headlines, when news spread that one of the men gored by the rampaging bovines was Bill Hillmann, a Chicago writer who had co-authored an e-book guide to surviving the event. (He's recovering nicely, he told Details.com by phone.) If it can happen to him, it can happen to you. see more
Food + Drinks

The 5 Best Food Festivals Remaining This Summer

Just because perennial food-festival favorites like the Food & Wine Classic in Aspen and innovative upstarts like Sud de France came and went already this year doesn't mean that summer's good eats are completely over. Below, five food fests well worth planning a trip around. see more
Health

The Healthy Man's Guide to Party Towns

Vacations are about breaking free of your daily routine—but escape doesn't have to mean all-out abandonment of an otherwise healthy lifestyle. Even some of the hardest partying towns around the globe, from Ibiza to New Orleans, offer options for health-conscious travelers. If you're interested in a more balanced stay this summer, check out our recommendations below. see more
Fashion

The Splurge: Oskar Metsavaht of Osklen and His First Time In Iceland

For The Splurge, we ask tastemakers to tell us about their most recent—and most extravagant—purchases. see more
Fashion

The Splurge: Bonobos' Dwight Fenton on His Favorite Parisian Hotel and Brand New Summer Kicks

In "The Splurge," tastemakers tell us about their most recent, most extravagant purchases. As the vice president of design at Bonobos, Dwight Fenton is no stranger to traveling to some of the most expensive cities on the globe in service of his work—how else would he find out what men around the world are wearing, or keep tabs on what his factories are up to? Read on to find out more about what Fenton splurged on in Paris, Tokyo, and from the comfort of his very own computer screen. see more
Travel

My Vacation Style: Maison Kitsuné Cofounder Gildas Loaëc Surfs in Biarritz, French Basque Country

Gildas Loaëc founded fashion and record label Maison Kitsuné with Masaya Kuroki over 10 years ago. Since then, we've checked in with the tastemakers on numerous occasions about everything from their top 10 style tips to the Paris café they opened earlier this year. Here, Loaëc shares his favorite place to visit when he needs to get away from it all. The Getaway: "For five or six years, I've been going to Biarritz [pictured below], on the Mediterranean side of the Atlantic Ocean. It's less crowded than the Cote d'Azure, cooler than Corsica or Nice, and more relaxed than St. see more
Travel

My Vacation Style: British Menswear Designer Lou Dalton Heads to Barcelona

Lou Dalton's detail-oriented and rebellious take on English sportswear continues to impress us at London Collections: Men each season. Here, the designer shows us how she likes to let loose in Spain once the shows are over. The Getaway: "Last season we were in Morocco, but this year we're going to Sitges [pictured below], near Barcelona. Two of our closest friends, Paul Bernstock and Thelma Speirs [of hat company Bernstock Speirs], go every year. You can say two's company, three's a crowd, but we've been away together and know each other's habits and familiarities—so in this case, the crowd works." see more
Travel

"Hotel in the Sky" Is a Real Thing Now: Etihad Airways Offers Private 3-Room Cabins with Ensuite Showers & Butlers

First-class air travel has seen its share of luxe new amenities in recent years, including truly horizontal sleeping chairs, distinct chambers, sexy cocktail bars, and celebrity-chef cuisine. This week Etihad Airways takes the concept of the "hotel room in the sky" to new (ahem) heights with the introduction of "The Residence by Etihad," a three-room cabin comprised of a bedroom (with room for two), living room (pictured above), and ensuite shower. see more
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