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John Fraser

The Michelin-starred chef has a story to tell you through his cooking

Pundy’s Picks for Conscious Travel

Six tips for considered and conscious travel

Genmaicha Martini Recipe

The classic martini plus the health benefits of green tea

The Spread Love Project by Nicholas Konert

How Nicholas Konert’s rainbow heart design became an international icon

Wade Davis

Anthropology is the antidote to today’s nativism says the scholar and author

Carla Sozzani

The future of retail according to the founder of legendary concept store 10 Corso Como

The Art of Migration

The power of art to inspire empathy and social action

John Pawson

Zen Buddhism and minimalist purity drive the celebrated architect

Amy Duncan

As the CBD line Mowellens expands into skincare, its founder shares the personal story behind her company

Sila Sveta

Moscow’s favorite media studio finds the perfect balance between art and commerce

David de Rothschild

In his calls for environmental awareness, the modern explorer finds harmony between man and nature

Can Fashion Be Sustainable?

Shaping a better world through what you buy – or don’t

Brendon Babenzian

Supreme’s former creative director wants to end the cycle of consumption with his new brand Noah

Lily Kwong

Nature invades the urban jungle in the landscape designer’s expansive projects

House of Yes

Behind the scenes with the Bushwick nightlife collective promoting inclusivity and consent culture

Vivie-Ann Bakos

DJ Extraordinaire

Chez Dede

A medium in which two world-traveling, adventurous spirits absorb the globe’s vast curiosities and share them freely

Jesse Israel

A meditation guide for extraordinarily large groups

Liya Kebede

The Ethopian model, activist, and entrepreneur uses her label Lemlem as a force for change

It can be hard to pin down Andre Saraiva. Not just because he’s a street artist who is comfortable walking the red carpet during opening night of Cannes. And also not because he’s a street artist who is perfectly comfortable drawing on top of a building at night, while also happily collaborating in the bright of day, creating a series of posters and illustrations for the cheery salad-makers at Sweetgreen.


Those salads might come in handy when recovering from Saraiva’s other longstanding endeavor, as a globe trotting nightlife impresario, who has opened venues in Paris, New York, Miami, Los Angeles and Shanghai. In fact, that’s the reason it’s hardest to pin down the artist known for his distinctive “Mr. A” character: because you have to find him first, a game of glamorous “where’s waldo” that can lead almost anywhere. So we asked him for a few hints, specifically his favorite cities to explore at night.




I grew up in Paris and know it by heart. Even if I’m away for months, I come back and the places and people are always the same. As I cross the city at night, I’m always amazed by the beautiful lights.




In New York, it’s the opposite. Every time I leave and come back, one of my favorite places has disappeared, but there’s always some thing new to replace it. Much of the artist community is still there and it’s exciting to meet up and discover what they’re doing.

Los Angeles reminds me of an enormous movie set of America. It always gives me the feeling of the land of opportunity. And I like the night there, even if almost all the places close at two!




I love to get lost in Tokyo and end up in the most amazing small restaurants and bars where I meet the most surprising people. Like a little bar with three seats that specializes in rocksteady music. Or another bar where everything is devoted to Chris Marker and is even named after one of his movies, La Jetée.




I’ve always kept Lisbon as a hidden little gem that I wouldn’t speak about. Each neighborhood has its authentic style and is still alive with their original inhabitants. And not everything is full of rules — you can still smoke inside some places, buy drugs without worrying about being arrested, and even park your car in the wrong spot.