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Camilla Franks' decade-long growth from fake-it-till-you-make-it to worldwide bohemian fashion sensation. Signature chats with the 'Kaftan Queen' about her travel and 'printspiration'.   Camilla Franks is a butterfly. Not just of the social variety, but physically. She flows through her Bondi Beach ‘House’, as her first store

Throughout the month of August, female travellers to Thailand from around the world will be able to enjoy a huge range of activities, special offers, discounts and special privileges geared towards their needs, to encourage females to enjoy activities by themselves in comfort and luxury. Female travellers

No matter the time of year or the struggles it faces, the City of Light holds an eternal allure. Amelia Hungerford explores why she returns again and again to seek la vie en rose in Paris. The final chords of Chopin’s Nocturne #8 reverberate against the rafters of Église Saint- Julien-le-Pauvre, a

The Amazon is one of Ecuador’s four distinct ‘worlds’ alongside the Pacific Coast, the Andes and the Galapagos Islands. The Amazon is one of the most biodiverse places on the planet, home to 4000 species of trees and vines, 600 species of birds and 200

Art is in the spotlight in Bangkok thanks to a new gallery inside one of the city’s poshest hotels. The man responsible? Martin Gerlier, Sofitel Bangkok Sukhumvit’s art advisor. Seasoned art advisor Gerlier used to travel the world, sourcing pieces for serious collectors of fine art. But

Romantic moonlight tours, traditional tea ceremonies, Korean music and other cultural events blossom this spring in South Korea’s royal palaces. Simply let the 2015 Palace Culture Calendar be your guide! Spring is a time of incredible beauty in Seoul. Cherry, apricot, royal azalea and peony flowers

48 hours is hardly long enough to explore the 70 islands, 60 miles of canals and 1000 bridges that make up Amsterdam. Nick Constance gives it a whirl. Until recently Amsterdam used to be known as a hotbed of sin, but not any more. A whole

From high end city shopping to desert luxury, Robin Bayes reveals the many indulgences to be enjoyed in Dubai. Dubai must rate as one of the most glittering man-made ‘diamonds’ that has emerged from the oil rich deserts of the Middle East; the ultimate playground of