Style + Design

Bring a bit of the Lowcountry home with these souvenirs from Charleston makers.
These companies are about not only about buying less but also buying better.
Through August 31, you can save on size-inclusive swimwear, cover-ups, and more during Summersalt’s Endless Summer Sale.
Head to the markets and smaller shops for local goods like Dutch cheese, beach house decor, traditional wooden figurines, and more.
For years, I’ve been searching for the perfect travel pant. After lots of trial and error, I’ve finally found them.
Shop the city with purpose by visiting stylish stores from local fashion, accessory, and home-decor designers.
Do a deep dive into Singapore’s best local brands at Design Orchard.
Sandy Liang, Tia Adeola, and Ji Won Choi all contributed to Away’s inaugural designer collaboration series.
Select items and colors in this collection—all made with 82 percent regenerated nylon from recycled plastic—are marked down up to 50 percent.
A first look at Samaritaine, which after being closed for 16 years is welcoming back shoppers once again—but this time foodies, champagne sippers, and hotel and spa guests are invited, too.
An insider’s take on the best shopping on the Westside.
Plus, they’re sustainably made.
Worn by AFAR editors everywhere from Antarctica to Paris, these high-quality sweaters are marked down up to 50 percent.
The Swedish brand is putting leftover fabric to good use with its new “Samlaren” capsule collection.
These sustainably made travel shoes are discounted up to 42 percent off right now.
Here’s why Paravel deserves a spot in your luggage lineup.
You can bike miles in them and wear them out to dinner after—but the Trevi Pants won’t be available for much longer.
The landmark Parisian avenue is set to undergo a major revamp with busy roads converted into pedestrian-friendly green spaces in the center of the city.
A 340-page architecture book chronicles more than a decade of shipping container developments around the world.
These are the comfy pants AFAR staffers are living in on WFH days, but wouldn’t be embarrassed to wear on an airplane.
Futuristic designs by the late architect, who was nicknamed “the Queen of the Curve,” remain some of the most celebrated structures in the world to this day.
Local Theodore Elyett finds inspiration in his island home’s rich history, Crayola-hued architecture, and culture of entrepreneurship—Here are his go-to places.
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