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In Fine Style: The Art Of Tudor And Stuart Fashion Opens At The Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace

In Fine Style: The Art Of Tudor And Stuart Fashion Opens At The Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace May 15th, 2013 at 1:00PM: The Queen's Gallery at Buckingham Palace, London, is putting on a fashion show, although the fashions are more than 400 years out of date. "In Fine Style: The Art of Tudor and Stuart Fashion" examines the luxurious clothing and jewelry worn by British monarchs and members of their court. It focuses on the two dynasties of the 16th and 17th centuries with everything from ornamental armor for a...

Gadling Gear Review: Bergan's Osen Down and Wool Jacket

Gadling Gear Review: Bergan's Osen Down and Wool Jacket Feb 19th, 2013 at 9:00AM: Sometimes, when I look at the price tag on a piece of gear, I think, "Really? It's made in some factory in Asia, there's not that much material to it, and really? REALLY?" Other times, I'm lucky to get to try out something super nice and my reaction is different. It's more along the lines of, "Yeah, it's expensive and I totally get why. And I really don't want to send it back now that I've seen...

The Travel Outfit That Will Let You Breeze Through Airport Security

The Travel Outfit That Will Let You Breeze Through Airport Security Oct 30th, 2012 at 1:00PM: After years of fine-tuning, I may have just mastered the art of dressing for airport security. It wasn't easy, mind you. For many years, my travel uniform consisted of jeans, a belt, a white T-shirt and sneakers. But my belt would always set off the alarm, my sneakers were cumbersome to slip off and my jeans made it difficult to get comfortable once I was onboard. Not to mention the stains...

Gadling Gear Review: Scottevest Transformer Jacket

Gadling Gear Review: Scottevest Transformer Jacket Aug 6th, 2012 at 8:00AM: Safely and securely carrying all of our gadgets while traveling can be a real chore. Many of us now hit the road with a smartphone, digital camera, tablet, headphones and more. While each of those tech toys has made travel more enjoyable, it isn't always easy to keep them well-organized and easy to access. Scottevest is a company that has built an extensive catalog of travel apparel designed to do...

Gadling Gear Review: Icebreaker LS Tech T Lite

Gadling Gear Review: Icebreaker LS Tech T Lite Jun 18th, 2012 at 8:00AM: Travelers who prefer to pack light are always on the lookout for ways that they can shed weight without sacrificing comfort or functionality. Occasionally that happens when they discover new gear that is lighter and more versatile than something that was previously available. Other times it is the result of simply finding something new that allows them to carry less in their bags. That happens to...

Spring Capri Pants For Women From Aventura

Spring Capri Pants For Women From Aventura Apr 23rd, 2012 at 9:00AM: Capri length cargo pants are a must pack for every trip I take in the shoulder seasons – spring and fall. I like lots of pockets. I like having something that's lighter than a pair of jeans but is not a pair of shorts. I like being comfortable and casual without looking like I'm in my jammies. And I like the length, as my travel wardrobe leans towards the modest side for most destinations. ...

Snow Angel Dynamix Flare Leg Pants

Snow Angel Dynamix Flare Leg Pants Feb 21st, 2012 at 9:00AM: I've posted before about my search for clothes that I can wear on the plane without looking like I've just fallen out of bed or come from yoga class. Don't get me wrong, I don't care what you wear on the plane, and I will not give you crap if you show up in seat 17F in your flannels with the penguins on them. I'm trying to dress like the kind of human who might get an upgrade if she asks,...

6 ways to crash New York Fashion Week

6 ways to crash New York Fashion Week Feb 8th, 2012 at 11:00AM: Twice a year, Manhattan's streets are flooded with high heels, red lips, and designer clothing as the world's fashion community descends upon the city for New York Fashion Week. The week-long event, officially called Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week (nod to sponsors), runs from February 9 to 16 and will feature presentations by some of the world's most famous fashion designers of their...

Gadling Gear Review: Winter hat and gloves

Gadling Gear Review: Winter hat and gloves Jan 24th, 2012 at 9:00AM: Seattle was recently choked by the kind of snowstorm that we're not supposed to get. It was followed by an ice storm, something I've never had the joy and/or terror to experience. It was also great gear testing weather. I unpacked my snow gear and the big parka, the long underwear, and wrapped my hands and head in SmartWool's "Snowflake Pop" knits. I like hats with earflaps because well, they...

More Istanbul shopping and dining secrets from Daily Secret

More Istanbul shopping and dining secrets from Daily Secret Jan 14th, 2012 at 2:00PM: Last week, Gadling included Istanbul in our picks for 2012 luxury travel, and introduced you to Daily Secret, a web-based "guide service" offering insider intel to 12 cities, including Istanbul. We got so many more great Istanbul secrets from editor Laura Wells (many with special discounts and exclusive access), we're posting them for Gadling readers to add to their itineraries. Happy shopping...

Gadling Gear Review: Insulated fleece jacket from LL Bean

Gadling Gear Review: Insulated fleece jacket from LL Bean Jan 13th, 2012 at 10:00AM: Let's set aside the jokes around polar fleece as the uniform for us Pacific North-Westerners. First of all, I can take it and secondly, dude, polar fleece works. And really, it's getting better, the fabrics are getting softer and hold up longer and wash better. Even while I'm developing a preference for natural fibers, I'm finding myself pawing the new polar fleece performance clothing and...

Gadling gear review: Mountain Hardwear Jovian Jacket

Gadling gear review: Mountain Hardwear Jovian Jacket Dec 12th, 2011 at 8:00AM: The line between a once in a lifetime adventure, and a miserable trip that can't be over fast enough, is a fine one. There is nothing worse than finally visiting your dream destination, only to have inclement weather ruin the experience. The right gear can make all the difference in those situations however, turning a potential disaster into an amazing outing. Mountain Hardwear is one company that...

Gift Guide for Warm Weather Adventurers

Gift Guide for Warm Weather Adventurers Nov 29th, 2011 at 8:00AM: As December approaches and the holiday season draws near, those warm summer days that we enjoyed just a few months back are already a distant memory. But no matter what the calendar says, I guarantee the adventurer on your shopping list is already plotting his or her next warm weather escape. Considering summer really is just a short plane ride away, here are some suggestions for what to buy them...

Pack a Sports Bra, Already

Pack a Sports Bra, Already Nov 27th, 2011 at 9:00AM: If you're looking for something slightly saucy, sorry, there's nothing sexy about what I'm about to write here. It's just a bunch of practical advice for traveling women with a bit of, uh, bounce. See, I did some off road travel recently and the one item I regretted not throwing in the overnight bag? A sports bra. Runners know the value of a good sports bra, most outdoor adventurers know this,...

Knocked up abroad: international travel with a baby

Knocked up abroad: international travel with a baby Nov 15th, 2011 at 10:30AM: This is the third in Knocked Up Abroad's guide to traveling with a baby. Before you go, see tips on planning travel and flying with a baby. So you've decided to travel abroad with your new family addition, well done! You've chosen the best baby-friendly destination, packed light, and even survived the long flight. Now that you're on the ground, possibly recovering from jet lag and hopefully...

Asian-inspired night market comes to Brooklyn, New York

Asian-inspired night market comes to Brooklyn, New York Oct 8th, 2011 at 12:00PM: On Sunday, October 9, 2011, from 5PM to midnight, the Brooklyn Night Bazaar will be held at Dekalb Market in Brooklyn, New York. The event, which is inspired by the night markets across Asia, will feature more than 65 independent vendors, food, music, art, and a beer and wine garden, all outdoors. While the event is free, there will be a ticket charge of $12-$15 to enter the performance area....

SkyMall Monday: Travel Hangers

SkyMall Monday: Travel Hangers Sep 19th, 2011 at 1:00PM: Wrinkles are for Shar Peis and old people. They have no place on your clothing. If you show up to a meeting, formal function or even just a casual date looking like you slept in your clothes, people will think that you're homeless. Here at SkyMall Monday headquarters, we steam the clothes that we're wearing every hour. It keeps us looking fresh and professional throughout the day (and does wonders...

Gadling gear review: Polarmax AYG (All Year Gear)

Gadling gear review: Polarmax AYG (All Year Gear) Sep 5th, 2011 at 10:00AM: When packing for an active trip, we often put a lot of consideration into the clothes we bring along with us. If we're headed to a cold weather destination for example, we bring quality base layers, fleeces, and of course a good shell. If we're setting out for a hot climate, its lightweight, breathable apparel that we put in our bags. One piece of clothing that we don't always put much thought...

New Mid-Layers from Triple Aught Design

New Mid-Layers from Triple Aught Design Aug 23rd, 2011 at 4:00PM: Can you have too much polar fleece? I'm struggling with the answer to that question as I eye the gear that's coming out for fall. I've got a lot of it, some of it quite old, as it seems to last longer than I expected it too. Even while I'm switching out a lot of my wardrobe for natural fibers, I'm looking at new polar fleece mid-layers with much better design than my old stuff. I've been trying...

Packing for a Camping Safari: What's in My Bag?

Packing for a Camping Safari:  What's in My Bag? Aug 23rd, 2011 at 2:00PM: 600 dollars for vaccinations, that's what I spent in preparation for an upcoming trip to Tanzania. A pile. Still, it's better than the alternative: getting a near fatal or certainly trip ruining illness. Now that the sticker shock has eased and I've got full use of my arm again, I've turned to gathering my belongings for an upcoming safari trip. Here's a round up of what's in my bag. A...

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