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March 2015 Monthly Archives

Paper Love Affair

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Immerse yourself (or your kids) in a fun afternoon of Mexican arts and crafts

Let's get lost and find ourselves again in the slow art of crafts making

Living Large Down at Downton Abbey

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What's a weekend? One spent visiting Downton Abbey and living in its newly refurbished guest house

Downton Abbey fans can now recreate their favorite moments while living on the estate at London Lodge

The Bohemian Summer Spell

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Summer is the season to look good, especially while traveling. Look classy while strolling around the streets, the shore, or the highest peaks.

Take advice from Tory Burch and always look great, from Ibiza to India, and everywhere else in the world.

Before Sunset

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While armed with an iPhone in one hand and probably a cocktail in another, I've seen some of the best damn sunsets the Philippines has to offer

No matter where you look, the view at sunset is just breathtaking at Coron, Palawan

5 Reasons to Prynt

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Creating memories just got better

With Prynt, simply point, shoot and... print!

Modern Mestizas

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Drawing inspiration from the timeless beauty of the Maria Clara and the endless versatility of the Cheongsam, MESTIZA is a stunning label that marries Southeast Asian exoticism with urban chic.

Get to know about how the two Filipina founders, Louisa Rechter and Alessandra Perez-Rubio Briggs felt it was time for them to make their mark in the NY fashion scene.

10 Hong Kong Brunch Hotspots by Carla Quevedo

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A Hong Kong resident for the past nine years, Carla Quevedo gives us her top 10 brunch loves in her adopted home

Lily & Bloom is just one of the many weekend brunch options in Hong Kong

Summer Sojourn

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It’s the modern anthropologist’s home, to which travel is not just for pleasure or tourism but a soulful journey bringing him closer to the understanding of humanity.

An in-depth interview with Chief Visual Storyteller and designer Ito Kish about his latest in-store collection, favorite shopping destination and decor tips on how to ease into eclecticism

Art Deco(r)

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Art Deco influenced angles, sunburst patterns and linear design done in fine bone china personifying the era of the Metropolitan Theater of Manila, Juan M. Arellano's masterpiece

An exclusive preview on TheGypsetters.Net - Ito Kish shares his latest design unveiled only this week at Maison et Objets Asia and only available to the Philippine market this October

The Stylish Traveler: Stephanie Kienle-Gonzalez

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The first in our new series that showcase how the ultimate Gypsetters uphold our tagline: have passport, will travel… in style!

Businesswoman, cover girl, jet setting wife and mother, Stephanie is the perfect example of always looking put together no matter the occasion!


We are two friends who were former magazine editors. Having moved onto other things, we both realized that the creative flow the publishing world used to offer us was missing from our lives. Armed with a common love of travel to the exotic and familiar, a penchant for the bohemian, an obsession with food and a lust for writing, we decided to collaborate our unique and fashionable journeys through life together in one passion project.

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