Shopping : Article
The variety of life makes this silk city rich, writes Luke Slattery.
Donna Demaio finds the mammoth Dubai Mall is so big it's better to experience it on four wheels than on two legs.
The Tripologist 'Since you're heading for Thailand/Venice/the wilds of Turkmenistan, can you pick me up a silk cushion cover/a Murano vase/a yak wool carpet in a traditional design?'
Julietta Jameson Got time for a little shopping action pre-holiday flight? Think outside the perfume box and discover some airport specialty stores that perfectly encapsulate the nation outside the arrivals hall.
From fab to fake, it'll be in Hong Kong, says Rachael Oakes Ash.
Big city, short time? Leave it to a group of girls to streamline the perfect Bangkok weekend, writes Amy Cooper.
There's a world of ideas for a mother and daughter getaway with it all, writes Belinda Jackson.
Kristie Kellahan, Louise Goldsbury From shopping and beauty to eating out and cocktails, this is the best on offer in the Big Apple.
Discover everything you might want, and more, at Istanbul's Grand Bazaar, writes Richard Tulloch.
Belinda Jackson Belinda Jackson takes her passion for cushions, scarves and rugs to a country where the textiles industry is a small and beautiful thing.
Belinda Jackson lists eight favourite destinations at which to arrive with empty bags.
Angie Kelly Is it possible to find the perfect pair of jeans? Angie Kelly hit the new whole-floor Denim Studio at London's legendary Selfridges to find out.
The practice is far from transparent, but it's not entirely unfair.
Seminyak's shopping is a treasure trove of fabulousness, as Belinda Jackson discovers.
Shop and eat like a local at one of Paris' 82 fresh-food markets, writes Lucy Callaghan.
Rob McFarland The SkyMall catalogue will forever banish the boredom of US domestic flights and give a glimpse of a better you.
Plastic loaded and flats on feet? Experts tell Belinda Jackson where the bargains are in Asia.
Ute Junker Ute Junker is seduced on a whirlwind tour of the best Parisian parfumeries.
Forget the pioneering days of the rush - instead dig the nostalgia of Ballarat's new vintage scene, writes Belinda Jackson.
Richard Tulloch Nearly all of us in the Western world have way too much stuff. And that certainly includes Parisians.