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Scout Bags Summer 101

Posted on May 24, 2010 12:01:05 PM

Warm weather brings with it, movement…Everyone starts packing and road tripping. SCOUT makes the season of getaways fashionable and functional. We want to show you the best assortments of SCOUT gear that will get you from home to away and back in style. We believe in bang for your buck, attitude, and keeping it simple. Life is fast. Everyone’s busy. So let’s get to the beach, the country house, or the overseas exotic destination with the essential Scout travel gear. From big to small, we have it all!

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London Favorites

Posted on May 21, 2010 12:46:31 PM

 

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London Eats

Posted on May 20, 2010 5:15:00 PM

Villandry: located near the Theatre district, Villandry is a gourmet market, an unforgettable eatery serving British food with a twist.

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London Wish List

Posted on May 19, 2010 9:33:44 PM

Dover Street Market: A must see trendsetting market featuring the various lines of Comme des Garcons as well as an outpost of the Rose bakery whose sister’s restaurant is in Paris.

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Shop 'till You Drop, London

Posted on May 18, 2010 5:32:17 PM

Paul Smith is known for his quirky twists on bespoke men’s and women’s wear suitings and ready-to-wear. Don’t miss this Paul Smith flagship located in the Westbourne house on Kensington Park Road.

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Introduction to London

Posted on May 17, 2010 4:35:40 PM

London is completely  irreverent…the Queen Flag, high tea, and kitsch city are mixed with tremendous tradition. London takes a risk with fashion. Youth is very powerful in London, pushing trend and music. It is a much faster city, controlled by chaos. My friends who live there will tell you that the infrastructure of London is completely crippled. London is now cross cultural—Indian, Asian, Middle Eastern, Brits, Americans, French, and Africans are forming a melting pot. Take their papers for instance, a bunch of tabloids… There is a feeling of challenging the establishment when you’re there, which is kind of exciting, but Iconic London—the tradition, tea, and royals comparatively feel cheaper now than they ever did.  Once a town where you could not get a good meal, and now you can get anything you want! 

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Milan: Best of the Rest

Posted on May 14, 2010 3:52:59 PM

For the best view of the city, check out La Rinascente, the anchor department store in Galleria Victoria Emmanuel, which features five restaurants on the seventh floor offering rooftop dining to casual sushi…perfect for the late shopper. Walk off those carbs from the Duomo  to 10 Corso Como, the trendy hub for international design in automotive garage; great for tea and people watching. Last but not least, do not miss Ristorante A Santa Lucia. It is one of the oldest restaurants in Milan; white tablecloths and impeccable food make this a highly sought after eatery for the upper crust locals.

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A Taste of Milan's Food & Drink

Posted on May 13, 2010 3:11:44 PM

 

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Some of My Favorite Things from Milan...

Posted on May 12, 2010 1:02:42 PM

1. The focaccia at Princi

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Milan: Shopping

Posted on May 11, 2010 4:40:50 PM

10 Corso Como : Is a cutting edge collection of the edgiest European designers for men and women as well as logo products from the store.

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