One of cinema’s best-loved and -dressed heroes, James Bond cuts no corner with a wardrobe that goes beyond expectations in the latest release, No Time To Die. Vogue takes a behind-the-scenes look with costume designer, Suttirat Larlarb, the woman behind the wardrobe of films like Slumdog Millionaire and Steve Jobs. Perfectly tailored Tom Ford suits, sleek tactical gear, and an incredible navy gown by Michael Lo Sordo are just a few of the looks that invite us to dive into the depths of the Bond world.
Known as “The One for Whom the Sun Shines” Queen Nefertari was the favored wife of Ramesses II and one of the most celebrated queens of ancient Egypt. Uncover the world of women of ancient Eqypt through glimpses into the lives of both royals and artisans through more than 220 works of art, including Queen Nefertari’s burial chamber. Queen Nefertari's Egypt is on display at the Portland Art Museum, now through January 16th.
When we're craving natural beauty and color most in the first few months of the year, there are some varieties of blooming plants that can serve as a winter blues antidote. Raununculus, Scilla, Hosta, and Blue Algerian Iris are some of our favorites that bloom even during the coldest months of the year. Watch plants bloom throughout the winter with this guide to 12 Colorful and Hardy Plants for a Vibrant Winter Garden.
Get ready to try the best Japanese sandwiches in PDX from Tokyo Sando in SW Portland. Meet the owner, Taiki Nakajima, who moved to Portland from Japan after traveling through places like Italy and India. "I'm not just making sandwiches" Taiki notes, "I'm sharing my Japan." Enjoy Chicken, Pork, or Tofu Katsu Sandos, an Egg Salad Sando, Tokyo Curry Soup, and more.
Share a holiday dessert from one of our favorite bakeries in Portland, Baker & Spice. Pre-order classics like Double Crusted Apple Pie, Pumpkin Pie, Chocolate Cream pie, and more from their Thanksgiving Menu. Or help to avoid the holiday rush and purchase treats from their frozen line—Bring Baking Home.