When Afghanistan fell to the Taliban, the country’s jewellers faced an uncertain future, but with help from a platform dedicated to rewriting the stories of war-torn destinations, their time-honoured skills are being protected and preserved
Produced by award-winning writers and photographers, these globe-trotting stories of intrigue and adventure are coupled with opinion and trend-forecasting pieces designed to keep you up to speed with all things travel.
Switzerland’s largest city is a feast for culinarily and creatively inclined travellers. Join us as we explore some of its highlights
In our new series, The Local, we celebrate the independent shops selling souvenirs worth making space for. This week, we head to eastern Crete in search of a gift from the skincare gods. Inspired by ancient wisdom and powerful island herbs, Bioaroma’s shimmering concept store offers self-care, Cretan-style
In partnership with Switzerland Tourism and KCAW, SUITCASE celebrated the Vol. 37:Craft issue surrounded by pioneering creatives, floral masterpieces and delicious food at West London's Laylow.
With a history more chequered than its flooring, Manhattan’s Hotel Chelsea is back in business and looking to inspire a new generation of creatives. We check it out – along with three other NYC crashpads big on backstory.
While having lost none of its edgy swagger, Shoreditch has grown up and evolved over the past decade, as epitomised by its new design-driven stay, One Hundred Shoreditch. Balancing the area’s buzzy energy with beauty, comfort and calm, this is your go-to refuge for a coffee-fuelled, culture-rich 48 hours
The history of pierogi in Poland isn’t well documented, but the dumplings have long been part of the country’s colourful food culture. Zuza Zak goes in search of the perfect recipe.
Souvenirs are like a trail of breadcrumbs, leading us back to special moments that might otherwise have been lost to the tangled branches of time, says Julie Alpine, in the latest instalment of a regular column.
After nearly 200 years in the brolly business, London’s last umbrella maker has learnt a trick or two about weathering difficult storms. Imogen Lepere visits the master crafters’ workshop.
Set sail across the Channel for a food-focused mini-break. Linger over le petit déjeuner in Dinan, lunch in Saint-Lunaire and dinner at Rennes’ hottest new bistro, on a road trip along France’s north-west coast.
Do you know your calderetas from your kare kare? Pinay Hannah Tan-Gillies gives us the lowdown on London’s flourishing Filipino food scene.
Forget bistros and brasseries: Paris’ new haute spots are the old-school bouillons serving cheap, traditional fare that’s worth the wait times. Lucas Oakeley joins the queue.
Whether you’re a creature of habit or the kind to buy a one-way ticket to Guatemala on a whim, the travel memories that stick – good and bad – often involve those things we just can’t plan for, says Julie Alpine, in the first instalment of a regular new column.
Refined and ravishing in equal measure, Switzerland’s prettiest city is perfect city weekender material for travellers craving nature, culture and cuisine.
Combining Viking-inspired wellness and active adventure, Deplar Farm offers a high-octane introduction to Iceland’s challenging landscapes, all served with a side of splash-out luxury. Layla Pacha buckles up her snowshoes.