Blossom on the menu in Mayfair

Glass has a seasonal spring lunch at Sake no Hana

Années Folles

Glass indulges in the vibrancy and exuberance of 1920s Paris with Chanel’s Café Society

Women Hold Up Half the Sky

Glass charts the rise of China’s female authors and speaks to two of the brightest contemporary stars Xujun Eberlein and Xu Xi

Burgers for the discerning diner

Glass visits Marylebone favourite Tommi’s Burger Joint for American-style burgers with Icelandic verve


Living in suburbia

Glass reviews S.M.A.K gallery, Ghent, show of work by American photographer, Larry Sultan

Sustainable beauty

Glass meets Finnish designer Samu-Jussi Koski founder of fashion brand Samuji

Five things not to miss at Primavera Sound this year

 Among the many highlights of this year’s event, look out for the following culturequakes in the making

From the Glass Archive – Requiem for a dream

Australia's eminent composer, Peter Sculthorpe, who died last year, on the optimism that suffused his music

Martell Cognac Celebrates Their Tricentenaire

Liam Feltham
Liam Feltham

Glass Online fashion writer

This month in France premium brandy powerhouse Martell Cognac consummated their 300th anniversary with a landmark celebration hosted at the Palace of Versailles. Glass was in attendance to experience Martell’s festivities at their finest and discover the art of Cognac,… Continue Reading →

From the Glass Archive – Requiem for a dream

Glass Archive

An interview taken from the Glass Archive. This interview took place in 2011 and was published in Issue Five of Glass Magazine. Peter Sculthorpe died last year on August 8, 2014. Australian composer Peter Sculthorpe was the most immediately recognisable… Continue Reading →

Gucci FW15 colours and clashes

Kim Ing
Kim Ing

Glass digital editor (APAC)

  Gucci launched the FW15 collection in Hong Kong yesterday with a declaration of clashes and colours. An overwhelming exploration of textures, intended to be worn without rules and without a formula. The catwalk saw women walk the men’s show… Continue Reading →

Five things not to miss at Primavera Sound this year

Ben Olsen
Ben Olsen

Glass Online music editor

The Glass guide to the genre-defying Spanish festival   Heavyweight acts Fittingly for Primavera Sound’s 15th birthday, true musical royalty is heading to Barcelona this year. Adding more than a sprinkle of iconic status to the bill are the likes… Continue Reading →

La Residence Hotel & Spa introduces The Wonders of Vietnam package

Amanda Bernstein
Amanda Bernstein

Glass Online fashion, travel and arts writer

Guests lucky enough to be visiting the magnificent La Residence Hotel & Spa, located in Hue, Vietnam, overlooking the famous Perfume River, can book themselves a package of a lifetime. For a limited period, the hotel is launching five UNESCO… Continue Reading →

Sustainable beauty

Cassidy Zachary
Cassidy Zachary

Glass Online fashion writer

For Finnish creative studio and design house Samuji, beauty is about more than meets the eye—and clothing is about more than the latest fashion. Since 2011, Samuji has been producing high quality, impeccably crafted designs regardless of the latest trend,… Continue Reading →

Living in suburbia

Stephanie Clair
Stephanie Clair

Glass Online culture and arts writer

Transporting audiences to a glamorous suburbia for nearly 40 years, Larry Sultan’s work touches on the sublime while subtly revealing a darker side of the Californian dream. Viewing his work can be done in two ways: with rose-tinted glasses, glazing… Continue Reading →

German photographer Candida Höfer at Sean Kelly Gallery

Louise Lui
Louise Lui

Glass Online fashion, arts and culture writer

Following years with Sonnabend Gallery, acclaimed photographer Candida Höfer has joined Sean Kelly Gallery. From Düsseldorf is Höfer’s first exhibition with the gallery and her first in New York since 2013. All photographs in this exhibition were taken in Dusseldorf—where… Continue Reading →

Aqua Kyoto by Marios Schwab opens in London

Roberta Lister
Roberta Lister

Glass Online fashion writer

This week saw the unveiling of the newly re-vamped rooftop terrace at Argyll Street venue Aqua Kyoto, designed in collaboration with Marios Schwab.    One of the most stylish rooftop spots in the city, the new decor uses prints plucked… Continue Reading →

Burgers for the discerning diner

Becky Zanker
Becky Zanker

Glass Online dining and culture writer

Tommi’s is a burger-lovers burger joint, with two London locations from which it serves its succinct, American-retro menu: Marylebone and King’s Road. We visited the former on a Friday evening and, as one might expect from a central London eatery,… Continue Reading →

Women hold up half the sky

Samantha Kuok Leese
Samantha Kuok Leese

Glass Magazine travel and arts writer

There is an ancient Chinese proverb that says “women hold up half the sky”, meaning that women are equal to men in their place on earth. However, the realm of literature in China has been habitually dominated by men for centuries,… Continue Reading →

Années Folles

Roberta Lister
Roberta Lister

Glass Online fashion writer

Pondering the 1920s instantly conjures rich images of extravagance and frivolity, of high-octane nightlife and rebellious dress, thriving society and decadent indulgence. For the after-dark mondaine of the roaring Twenties, no ensemble would surely be complete without a smattering of… Continue Reading →

Certified Indigenous

Roberta Lister
Roberta Lister

Glass Online fashion writer

This month sees The Luxury Collection and Assouline join forces once more to re-write the travel guide in an impossibly luxe guise. Following the success of Epicurean Journeys  – the duo’s brilliantly inspiring recipe tome – is Certified Indigenous: a travel… Continue Reading →

Blossom on the menu in Mayfair

Vicky Paterson
Vicky Paterson

Glass Online dining writer

Mayfair is not for the faint-hearted diner, where even a sandwich can punch a fist-sized hole in your wallet. But I was persuaded by a friend last week to have lunch at Sake no Hana, off the millionaire strip St… Continue Reading →

New Model Army – Klara B

Justin van Vliet
Justin van Vliet

Chief Glass Online photographer

  Name: Klara B Nationality: French Age: 20 Agency: Profile Model Management How did you become a model? I was spotted on Facebook by a French photographer who introduced me to my actual mother agency in New York, Model Partner…. Continue Reading →

Thomas Zanon-Larcher shows at Photo London

Emily Rae Pellerin
Emily Rae Pellerin

Glass Online fashion and arts writer

Photo London kicks off at Somerset House this week. More than just a photography exhibit, the international arts fair features public programmes and talks, large-scale art exhibitions, and site-specific installations. With over 70 exhibitors, the diversity of work ranges broadly… Continue Reading →

La Isla Bonita

Viola Levy
Viola Levy

Glass Online beauty editor

I’ve never bit into a raw sugar cane before – an experience I was lucky enough to partake in, during a wildlife trek through the Frédérica Nature Reserve in Bel Ombre, Mauritius. After admiring the reserve’s endless rugged landscape and… Continue Reading →

Samia Halaby Solo Exhibition at Ayyam Gallery

Thomas Allen
Thomas Allen

Glass Online art writer

A solo exhibition of seminal works by the pioneering abstract painter, Samia Halaby, is being held in London at Ayyam Gallery. The show, Painting from the Sixties and Seventies, takes a selection from a diverse body of works in Halaby’s… Continue Reading →

Collective consciousness

The snaking drone of conveyor belts proffering “other people’s” luggage ensures that baggage halls across the globe send passengers into hypnotic states, adding a new dimension to the term “terminal boredom”. However, they serve to be a perfect metaphor for the… Continue Reading →

Glass listens to The Wealden’s debut

Arjun Sajip
Arjun Sajip

Glass Online film editor and music writer

His voice occupying a timbre that marries Chris Martin to Gordon Sumner, Tim Dickinson is a key part of the Wealden’s busy but muscular sound on the Rushes EP. He doesn’t say much of substance, but he sings as if… Continue Reading →

More than Zero

Fausta Maria Bolettieri
Fausta Maria Bolettieri

Glass Online arts writer

The London branch of the Cortesi Gallery opens this week, two years after their first gallery in Lugano, Switzerland. The gallery project started after quite a long journey for Stefano Cortesi as a collector. Cortesi began collecting in the 1980s… Continue Reading →

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