As part of its PR campaign for Jura, Camron created a Writer’s Retreat Initiative
This was my fifth visit to Dubai and it certainly seemed to have an air of emptiness and anticipation whereas in the past there was a quick pace to the city.
Camron visited Paris for Maison et Objet, and a Preview Dinner at soon-to-open store Merci. At Maison we noticed
Gilded glamour is back in town – well it certainly is in New York, where we celebrated the opening of Le Caprice, the city’s latest hotspot. Martin Brudnizki, the designer of this new restaurant
Camron invited five senior editors to Venice to visit the headquarters of Rubelli, a leading textiles brand and a family firm which was founded in 1858.
I was lucky enough to be part of a press trip to the wonderful Belevedere Hotel in Mykonos last week.
2011 marks the 15th edition of Caftan, Morocco’s yearly fashion rendezvous. On this special occasion, a happy few fashion insiders
Camron has been working with C International Photo Magazine and its exhibition for the 10th Venice Biennale of Architecture.
Design guru Murray Moss recently opened Centovini, a small Italian wine bar, restaurant and wine shop on West Houston Street in Soho.
Le Labo is one of those places that has stayed front of mind.
This was my second visit to Tokyo Design Week and the container show just gets better and better.
I just returned from Istanbul where I attended The Herald Tribune Luxury Conference.
The creative partnership of Ian Schrager and artist Julian Schanbel
Art Basel Miami Beach is absolutely white hot. This convergence of art, design, fashion and celebrity
A brisk walk away from the pigeons of Piazza San Marcolies the Peggy Guggenheim Collection.
We love cupcakes at Camron and have worked with The Primrose Bakery
Show is a great lifestyle shop in LA, run by Brad Cook and was a refreshing find.
I love the Three Dog Bakery – the locations are primarily West Coast
On a slope overlooking the town of St. Moritz you will find Norman Foster’s Chesa Futura.
This wonderful confiserie in St. Moritz is one of my favourite places for a hot chocolate
Camron sent a team to Paris to spot emerging trends, new talent and inspiring ideas at this year’s Maison&Objet.
Judy has been tracking Lichtvision for a while and when Christopher
Helen Kirwan Taylor was our inaugural Editor to visit Bisazza in Vicenza
B&B Italia had the launch of Le Bambole in Milan
Recently I visited the Loire Valley in France and stayed at Manoirs des Rosiers.
During the Stepevi press trip to Turkey we visited a rose distillery and enjoyed learning
On a recent visit to Boston, I made time for a fleeting visit to The Isabella Gardner Museum.
I am a big fan of Diller Scofidio + Renfro so I went to see the new building for the ICA that opened in December. Immediately on the waterfront,
I have been a fan of Takashi Murakami since I saw an exhibition of his work at the Serpentine Gallery in 2002.
An undoubted highlight of my stay in Los Angeles was a trip to the Walt Disney Concert Hall by architectural superstar Frank Gehry.
It is just two days until the first Eurostar leaves from St. Pancras
Last week the seventh International Herald Tribune conference took place in Moscow, Russia’s captivating capital and Camron was fortunate to attend.
Tucked away in Palermo Soho in Honduras Street is a total find if you love stationery and handmade papers.
A beautifully designed place for either cocktails or an early cappuccino, Mott was opened in 2006
I fell in love with this bar – seems people could easily live in it for a day.
Camron recently visited Maison & Objet in Paris, the key international event for trends and decoration.
Pia and I decided to visit the recent Stockholm Furniture Fair. This was Camron’s first time at the Fair
On my last trip to New York I paid a visit to this great new museum designed by Tokyo architects SANAA.
I came across the John Lennon wall in Prague when I was staying in Mala Strana taking my father to see his family.
This weekend I attended Belgrade Design Week for the first time. The focus is a very inspiring conference and the keynote speaker this year was Daniel Libeskind
On a recent trip to Cornwall I went to see the Eden Project. This amazing futuristic piece of architecture, designed by Nicholas Grimshaw is breathtaking in its beauty.
Sitting atop the cliffs overlooking the surfer haven of Watergate Bay, Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen Cornwall
The new Tom Ford store in Milan takes your breath away. As you walk in the door, you feel you are in a home rather than a store and get immediately seduced by the fragrance bar.
Barcelona is a fabulous city, famous for lots of wonderful things… including the most amazing chocolate shop called xocoa.
DESIGNTIDE was our favourite part of Tokyo Design Week
Ed and Jay from Barber Osgerby were in Tokyo launching some spell-binding new lights for Floss.
At The Claska Hotel , Tokyo– there is a dog parlour called Dogmania with a waiting list of up to one year to get your pet perfectly groomed.
While on my recent visit to New York to see my client Rockwell group I stumbled across Tree Huts a slightly surreal art installation in Maddison Square Park
You never forget your first building- the one that made you know, in your heart of hearts, the ineffable power of architecture
I’d never been to Dubai before but I knew one of my first stops had to be Atlantis. Clearly visible from the mainland in salmon pink with its distinctive hollow arch
I discovered the Hambleton Bakery, tucked at the end of a path in a forest and it is the ultimate destination bakery in Rutland.
I joined the tourist throng in Bath over the sunny weekend. Tucked away down a side street I discovered an amazing sweet shop
While in Basel last week I found a moment to visit the incredible Vitra Design Museum in Weil am Rhein in Germany.
One of the highlights of my recent trip to Toronto was discovering The Drake Hotel. Described as an ‘urban resort’
This week I attended a cocktail party for Design Miami hosted by Ambra Medda at the Bowery Hotel in New York.
I stayed at The Crosby Street Hotel for the first time since it opened when I was in New York.
For anyone heading to Cape Town in the next few months, a detour to Grootbos is a must.
New York is back! And nothing showed this more than my visit to the handsome Standard Hotel. Dinner
For anyone near Davos this week, a perfect escape is the Lej da Staz, part of the Rough Luxe network, tucked away in a forest near St. Moritz.
Galerie Karsten Greve in Paris is showing Claire Morgan’s remarkable work. The artist’s obsessively calculated and intricately crafted hanging
I visited Kettle’s Yard in Cambridge, an enchanting gallery, currently showing ‘Modern Times’ with examples of drawing in every modern art
Whilst in Stockholm for the furniture fair we visited the new H&M Home. The customer collects a magnetic board,
Whilst in Yorkshire over the weekend I visited the amazing Salts Mill near Bradford. The factory was built to manufacture expensive
I was in Gateshead and Newcastle last week and nipped into the wonderful Baltic Centre.
I was in Edinburgh last week to enjoy the glorious mayhem of the Festival and watch masses of Fringe shows.
While in Copenhagen I visited Edition Copenhagen. Founded in 1959 the space at Christianshavn houses both a lithographic workshop and a wonderful gallery space.
Pleasantly surprised by Poznan! That was my reaction when visiting this charming snow covered city
Hermès new concept store recently opened in what was originally an Art Nouveau swimming pool.
After hearing so much about Le Royal Monceau Hotel since it recently opened, we dropped in for a glass of champagne
Desperate for a cuppa after a day at Maison et Objet, we took Metropolitan Magazine’s advice to try out the Jocteur cafe in the Invalides district.
We have finally found our Camron base in Paris, the Hidden Hotel!
Any contemporary design lover’s trip to Los Angeles is not complete without a visit to twentieth, the showroom and gallery
Interior designer to the stars (and to the Obama administration) Michael S. Smith recently opened a multi-line showroom on Melrose Avenue
San Francisco is known for its restaurants, thus I was delighted to try Wayfare Tavern, the latest project of Food Network chef Tyler Florence.
One of the newest additions to the artisanal restaurants and specialty grocers in San Francisco’s Ferry Building Marketplace
Stockholm Furniture Fair is the world’s biggest meeting place for Nordic design, with exhibitors ranging from furniture,
While meandering through San Francisco’s South Park, I stopped in to visit PUBLIC, the new company from Design Within Reach founder Rob Forbes.
Upon entering Coup d’Etat in San Francisco’s Potrero Hill design district, I immediately thought of Roman and Williams and
This new exhibition on at The Cooper Hewitt will run until June 5th and is worth a detour if you are in New York.
In Beijing this week, I had to visit historic sites like Forbidden City and The Great Wall.
In Herzliya Pituach, directly north of Tel Aviv I came across what is apparently known as ‘The Caveman Café’ or ‘Hermit House’
To coincide with the Alexander McQueen exhibition at The Metropolitan Museum, Bergdorf has dedicated
Whenever I come to Boston, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is always high on the list. The courtyard, a reconstruction of a 15th century Venetian palace
The approach to this sneaker emporium is through a storefront that sells things like Daz detergent.
When I told Hugo from Monocle that we were heading to Oslo – he immediately recommended we drop in to Fuglen.
We were in Oslo last week, because we are supporting 100% Norway again and met some of the talented young designers who are participating this year.
Last week I visited NOMA in Copenhagen. Recently voted the World’s Best Restaurant, Noma completely
During the month of July in the Piazza Maggiore there is an outdoor cinema
On my trip to Barcelona last week I headed straight to Tapac 24, a small tapas restaurant (Tapac is tapas in Catalan)
Last week in Barcelona I stumbled across this very charming tea and cake shop located on Portal Nou street
The form of this sculpture by Liz Magor is based on the great freight shed located on Vancouver
While on the West Coast of Canada on Vancouver Island, I went searching for bears.
Before my flight back to London, I organized a ticket to visit the new Michael Arad Memorial.
On my recent trip to Hong Kong my good friend Yoko Choy took me to see Moustache, a fantastic men’s emporium
My sculpture, CELL (Twelve Oval Mirrors), is about the difficulty of communicating.
One of the most beautiful pieces I saw is a sculpture by Henry Moore
She never knew a day she wasn’t famous. This week, Christie’s New York is auctioning some of the most beloved possessions
While in Paris for Maison (and men’s fashion week) everyone was talking about Jean-Paul Goude’s retrospective at Les Arts Décoratifs
Last week while in Paris, I stumbled upon “Knock on Wood”, a lovely little exhibition of designs crafted in wood
These magnificent galleries were opened in November last year.
There are certain moments in your life that you remember forever and last week Lizzie, Hannah and I experienced one of those moments.
I was lucky enough to be in Paris for a few days this week and couldn’t miss the Louis Vuitton Marc Jacobs exhibition
The newly opened Wythe Hotel is a marker of Williamsburg’s long standing evolution into one of the city’s most exciting creative hubs.
Whilst in Paris this weekend, I visited the ‘Bricolage and Friends’ exhibition, curated by London design collective the Bricolage Project
On a recent trip to istanbul my great friend, the designer Sema Topaloglu recommended Karaköy Lokantası
The Beyoğlu area of Istanbul has changed beyond all recognition in the last few years and now is home to some of the most interesting boutiques
In the Palermo neighborhood of Buenos Aires, I stumbled upon Kermesse, a charming little shop specializing in vintage housewares from Argentina.
Fernando Bryce: Drawing Modern History, currently on view at MALBA in Buenos Aires, gives a fantastic overview of the Peruvian artist’s work.
Last week in Berlin, I stumbled upon Marron, a light-filled corner store filled with simple, lovely designs in the Mitte.
Yesterday, Roberta, James and I visited the Titanic museum, Belfast. The building, which represents the height of the ship’s bow,
One of the best curated hotel stores that I have been to is The General Store that can be found at The Drake Hotel.
There is always a buzz about Ace Hotel apart from the pilgrimage to get a Stumptown cup of coffee.
Maison Kitsuné already can be found at Barney’s, Bergdorf Goodman and Opening Ceremony
Yesterday, I joined Francis Sultana in Paris to preview his debut at AD Intérieurs. The prestigious exhibition, organized by AD France
This charming and relaxed restaurant is one I would love to airlift back to London. Located at 2401 Harrison Street in the Mission District
While in Tokyo, we dropped in for a fix of caffeine to help with our jetlag at the BE A GOOD NEIGHBOR KIOSK.
In a nondescript building on a side street in the Shibuya neighborhood of Tokyo, we stumbled upon Koichiro Kimura, a tiny gallery and shop created by its namesake owner.
One of our favorite finds in Tokyo is the Found MUJI store in Aoyoma.
One of the retailers who has most impressed us is. Tomorrowland.
At the amazing 21_21 Design Sight space in the Roppongi Hills neighborhood in Tokyo
In Kyoto, we visited Kyoto Design House, located on the ground floor of a Tadao Ando-designed building in Kawaramachi.
Among the most powerful installations at the Venice Architecture Biennale was for sure the U.S. Pavillion’s “Spontaneous Interventions: Design Actions for the Common Good”
On Omotesando in Tokyo, I stumbled upon the Comme des Garçons Good Design Shop, which opened recently on the second floor of the MVRDV-designed Gyre building.
A late afternoon vaparetto ride to the island of San Giorgio Maggiore brought me to the spectacular Stanzo del Vetro
Wuhao Curated Shop Beijing is a destination conceived by Isabelle Pascal. It is a platform and unique environment.
In Bangkok in the Siam Discovery Center, I visited the design shop Propaganda. Filled with brightly colored home objects
At the Biennale, I stumbled upon Olafur Eliasson’s brilliant “Little Sun” project—an almost totally dark room
In Chiang Mai, I visited The House, a charming shop connected to the Ginger & Kafe restaurant complex.
After being tipped off by our friends at Monocle Magazine, I stopped by Bonjour Records in the Daikanyama neighbourhood of Tokyo.
No wonder T+L gave this hotel a major award this year.
While visiting my mother-in-law in Holland last week, I stumbled upon Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven.
Considering that Portland, Oregon is my hometown – a place that culturally hasn’t changed much over the past 25 years
Smitten Ice Cream began as a Radio Flyer wagon which captivated foodie audiences at Bay Area festivals.
A highlight of my few days here was a visit to Barragán own house, built 1947-48. This exceptional series of buildings
On my last night in Mexico City I went to this Japanese restaurant Tori- Tori that opened last year. Designed by Architecture Michel Rojkind of Rojkind Arquitectos
Last week while in Paris, I went to Verjus, a hidden gem down an inauspicious alleyway off Rue de Richelieu.
Between Christmas and New Year, I spent a few days in Prague. I came across the Lennon Wall which since the 80’s has been filled with John Lennon-inspired graffiti and lyrics from Beatles songs.
In Havana, Cuba, I visited the gallery of the ICAIC, an organization of the Cuban film industry that uses film as a tool for education. The space features Cuban film posters covering the walls and even ceiling of a small space in the Vedado neighborhood o
On the recent trip to Milan, hosted by Cosmit we were lucky enough to visit a number of studios.
Doing a search on Camron is easy. Simply type one or more words in that best describe what you are looking for and hit return. To help you find what you want quickly, we have added items that will automatically appear as you are typing. If one pops up that you are looking for, then just select it and press enter.