CAP Beauty has reached a cult-like status amongst New Yorkers who try to live their lives a little more like Gwyneth Paltrow, and a little less like Lindsay Lohan circa 2007. But you don’t have to be a health nut to appreciate the natural beauty store’s mission to bring a carefully selected range of products and brands that are actually kind to our bodies to consumers.
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Broadway during the day is usually a bit busy with foot traffic. I prefer enjoying it's wide sidewalks at night when it's a lot quieter.
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Everything you expect from a neighbourhood café and more.
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Jumeirah Mosque is the largest mosque in Dubai, (accomidating upto 1200 worshippers), and is one of the only mosques open to non-muslims.
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Grünerløkka is a part of Oslo where you find lots of small cafes, restaurants and bars. This area is also a popular place for shopping. You find a lot of vintage and second hand shops here. Grünerløkka has a few parks which are perfect for barbequing with your friends during the summer.
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The finest artisan Italian ice cream in the heart of London.
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NFT1 Films are well selected but if by chance what is on screen does not suit your taste then the seats are very comfortable to nap in.
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Schrebergarten is an outdoor club that is located in a rail triangle. The dancefloor in the back of the areal resembles an enchanted garden with colourful lights sparkling in the top of the trees, only the trains passing by remind you of where you are. As it is all outdoor the club is only open in summer.
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Half a mile from Markfield Park down the River Lee is Springfield Park. The park rises steeply up from the river and has an amazing array of tree species making it beautiful in all seasons. At the brim of the hill there is a line of park benches each one surrounded by box hedge offering a private view across the Lee Valley, Walthamstow and beyond. The park warden was nice enough to give me a chestnut log a couple of years ago from which I carved a bench and two stools.
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This is a beautiful authentic hotel in Ayvalik, on Aegean side of Turkey. Ayvalik has its own charm with its original architecture, tasty olive oil, olives, various types of amazing cheese, beautiful refreshing aegean sea, lovely small fish restaurants with different types of unique mezes... get lost in the narrow streets of this town city and be ready to get confused about time. 
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Ofr is a bookstore, gallery and lifestyle. Alex and Marie have been running one version or another of this Paris institution for the last 20 years. The shelves are always packed with a new selection of books, magazines and art. 
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The 95th floor of the Hancock tower is a noisy, faux-classy tourist trap bar/restaurant, but the elevator ride (94 floors at 1800ft/min) and the view make it worth spending money on an expensive cocktail at the bar.
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Peter Schäfer is a Designer from Germany, who currently lives in Paris. A city like a tight, snobby sinkhole with an ancient absorbing charm of generations of legendary artists, energetic places, fantastic Pain au chocolat and fashion.
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Spanish cinematographer (DoP) Marc Gomez del Moral was born in 1976 in Sant Just Desvern (Barcelona, Spain). He was nominated for Best cinematography at the UK Music Videos Awards 2011, for the Battles video Ice Cream. He studied at ESCAC (Spain), EICTV (Cuba) and attended the Budapest Cinematography Masterclass in 2003 with Vilmosz Zsigmond and Lazlo Kovacs. He's planning to move to London next March with his wife.
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Hey I am Vincent Schwenk. I am multidisciplinary designer focused on 3D Animation. Right now I am working in Hamburg as a Freelancer.
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Living and working in New York
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I was born in Lima, Peru 26 years ago. On 2016 I decided to follow my passion and start studying photography in Paris (best decision ever). Nowadays, I love to work on my long-term projects such as my 'plage isolée' series that it's been published in websites like iGNANT or Fubiz. I like observing my surroundings while I'm living in Paris. I try to take my camera every day and to travel as much as possible to discover new worlds and find inspiration for new projects.
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Hi I’m Luca. I live and work in Amsterdam, from a small atelier full of colors in an old naval warehouse. During my days I draw space rockets, fantastic creatures, imaginary characters and fast cars, turning them into toys.
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Fiona Cribben is an Irish fashion designer living in Iceland since 2007. Currently she is specialising in designing hand crafted jewelry made from whale teeth and reindeer horns using gold and silver. She also designs one off pieces of clothing and shoes made out of reindeer skin, horse skin and bull horns. Iceland is a really inspiring place but she doesn't loose her irish roots. She freelances and lectures in fashion design and also enjoys designing outfits and characters for fashion apps and other large gaming companies.
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Textile designer, focused on the role of textiles in relation to bodies, language, ways of inhabiting spaces and its development of different cultures. Currently living in Brussels and working between Colombia and Belgium.
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I am a filmmaker and photographer from London. In 2009 I exhibited my reportage America project 88 Days at Bloomsbury's Orange Dot Gallery. Having recently finished a 35mm 15-minute short, I am now writing a feature film. I am also currently organising my next photographic exhibition, Sweet India, which I made last summer.
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Architect & Designer 〰Paris and Kigali -
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Philip Cronerud is an art director, and publisher from Stockholm, Sweden, who works within technology, art and typography. Philip used to work for agencies like Wieden+Kennedy, Printed Pages / It's Nice That and later his own type-foundry MEDIUMEXTRABOLD®. The lure of a job offer in the Bay Area convinced him to move and embrace a Californian lifestyle.
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Jakob Nielsen is a designer, creative director, writer, entrepreneur and... father. Based in Stockholm, Sweden.
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Marta Caro is a Barcelona-born graphic designer and art director currently living and working in New York, USA. Coming from a classic graphic design background, her work spans from interactive, branding and editorial design to art direction. Nowadays she works at The Line as lead designer. Say hi! hello(at)martacaro.com
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Carla Step is a Barcelona based photographer and artist. She explores the world with an intimate eye and a strong connection with nature. Her work includes fashion, architecture, and travel photography, as well as portraits and landscapes from her day to day.
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Currently Art Director at The Village Voice. Born and raised in San Juan, Puerto Rico and moved to Brooklyn eight years ago to pursue my passion for graphic and editorial design, in addition to the culture and incredible food all over NYC.
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