Cruising through Milan for Salone Del Mobile, Paris for Fashion Week and Austin for SXSW: It's a working lifestyle many dream about. These worldly entrepreneurs may be based in London, Paris, Tokyo, Stockholm and New York, but they've also been lucky to traverse the outer edges of the globe. The founder of fashion boutique Creatures of Comfort, the product designer behind Note Design Studio and the editor in chiefs of Popeye, The Happy Reader and Riposte all share their trip tips and favorite locations at home and abroad.
Culture-filled cobblestone streets, undiscovered pastry shops and getting wonderfully lost: The editor in chief of The Happy Reader and former Londoner revels in the adventure, romance and enduring mystique that comes with living in Paris.
Since settling in Paris in 2013, Seb Emina has brushed off his French and adapted to the character of the City of Light. When he and his wife first arrived, they settled in the Fifth Arrondissement south of the Seine River, which is home to iconic Latin Quarter landmarks such as the Panthéon and the Sorbonne. “It’s beautiful and traditional to the point of there being actual accordion players on street corners, ” Seb says. Now living in the Belleville
Words:Rachel Eva Lim
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