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Céline Bossart

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Céline Bossart is a New York-based activist, freelance writer, and content creator in the spirits and luxury travel spaces. Her written work and photography have been published in Billboard, Harper’s Bazaar, ELLE Décor, Town & Country, Liquor.com, and more; in her spare time, Céline enjoys sipping fortified wines and nerding out over cocktail history (preferably while wearing a silk bathrobe). Follow her adventures on Instagram via @celineb0ss.

Recent Articles
  • The Weekender: Stockholm, Sweden

    The Weekender: Stockholm, Sweden

    Experience the best that this aesthetically pleasing capital has to offer

    This time of year, Stockholm not only looks like the inside of a snow globe—it’s also a picture-perfect representation of that quintessentially Swedish strongsuit: design. From immaculate architecture lining each quaint street to attention to interior detail across, the city is rife with eye candy. Here are the best places ... More

  • The Weekender: Los Angeles

    The Weekender: Los Angeles

    With the Oscars this Sunday, here’s how to live like an A-lister in the city of stars

    With the Oscars on Sunday, now is as good a time as any to explore the birthplace of the silver screen and all it has to offer. Needless to say, beyond Hollywood culture, there are endless options when it comes to your L.A. story. Herein, our favorite tinsel town ... More

  • The Weekender: Washington D.C.

    The Weekender: Washington D.C.

    A gastronomic guide to eating and drinking your way through the nation’s capital

    Despite Washington, D.C.’s unsavory political landscape, the city’s restaurant scene has never been more enticing—offering an international mix of new American, Asian and Latin cuisines. Herein, your weekend guide to D.C.’s local foodie agenda. Friday evening: Start your D.C. tasting tour with Michelin-starred chef and activist José Andrés. His pint-sized ... More

  • The Weekender: Chicago, Illinois

    The Weekender: Chicago, Illinois

    Strategically drink and eat your way through a weekend in The Windy City

    With its flourishing food and drink scene, there’s never been a better time to drop into Chicago for a cocktail-centric jaunt. Here’s your guide to an elevated bar crawl through the Windy City, with some necessary sustenance along the way to keep your food-to-alcohol ratio on point. Friday afternoon: Upon arrival ... More

  • The Weekender: Languedoc-Roussillon, France

    The Weekender: Languedoc-Roussillon, France

    Estates, salt marshes, and tastings await in this southwestern region

    The fruits of the French wine-producing region Languedoc-Roussillon go beyond the grape. While the coastal wine country has long combined salty sea air, mountainous landscape, and medieval architecture, it has more recently seen promising biodynamic developments by local winemakers like Gérard Bertrand, whose boundary-pushing sustainability efforts have ... More

  • The Weekender: Marrakech, Morocco

    The Weekender: Marrakech, Morocco

    How to make the most of a weekend steeped in Marrakech’s rich culture and hidden luxuries

    For the sensory traveler, Marrakech is among the most stimulating places in the world: the buzz of the medina’s market stalls, the fragrant air of freshly ground spices and roasted meats, and the constant kaleidoscope of rich colors at every turn together lend to the all-enveloping experience for which ... More

  • The Weekender: Botswana

    The Weekender: Botswana

    The ultimate guide to exploring Africa’s most serene game reserve

    Deep in the sleepy heart of Botswana’s Okavango Delta, a cluster of tents is nestled beneath a canopy of ebony and sausage tree branches, surrounded by nothing but grassy plains as far as the eye can see. The 260,000 acre private reserve is well-protected and vastly untouched — an ethereal ... More

  • The Weekender: Cape Town

    The Weekender: Cape Town

    Planning a trip to the Cape? Here is the ultimate oenophile’s guide to the top wineries

    In Cape Town and throughout the surrounding area, one common thread remains: the stunning landscape and the fruit it bears (read: grapes soon to become wine). It’s no secret that Cape Town's wine scene is booming, as evidenced by the South African chenin blancs, chardonnays and pinotages (the country's signature ... More

  • F1 Racer Felipe Massa on Life On and Off the Track

    F1 Racer Felipe Massa on Life On and Off the Track

    The racing champ looks back at his career at the Italian Grand Prix

    Since the life-threatening accident in 2010 that nearly cost him his sight, F1 driver Felipe Massa's return to the track has defied expectation. At the 2017 Italian Grand Prix in Monza, Italy earlier this month, where he calmly made his rounds at a VIP meet-and-greet leading up to the event, ... More

  • Highlights from Tales of the Cocktail 2017

    Highlights from Tales of the Cocktail 2017

    The massive liquor conference welcomed tastemakers from Alain Ducasse to Snoop Dogg

    The rich history of cocktails in New Orleans is undeniable; from the inventions of the Sazerac in the mid-1800s and the Vieux Carré in 1938 to the popularization of the French 75 and the Pimm’s Cup, the Big Easy is as much a drinking destination as it is one of ... More