Located in the heart of Salzburg and in close proximity to the ‘Großes Festspielhaus’, the St. Peter Stiftskulinarium will be the #placetobe during the Festival Summer from July 18 to August 31, 2022. The restaurant lines ACHTHUNDERT&DREI and PETER attract numerous international guests and VIPs, who find here the appropriate culinary setting before or after the performance. Just in time for the festival summer, the 11 premises show themselves in new splendor.
Category Archive: 2022
Discover all stories and articles from the spring, summer and winter issues 2022 of THE Stylemate!
Are you looking for a hero-worthy activity holiday with the whole family? The Mia Alpina family retreat in Zillertal skilfully combines a stylish atmosphere with family togetherness all under one roof. What will you experience there? You’re about to find out, with our seven holiday tips for activities in and around the resort.
To travel solo, to experience solo, to enjoy solo time and to come down completely solo. Translated from the Italian solo “alone”, the word was originally used mainly in music. But now it has arrived in travel. Three soloists told us how “solo” works and what it brings. Julia is the next in the trio.
Four hotels – four favourite spots. With her four retreats, hotel owner Helena Ramsbacher hasn’t just created four beautiful holiday destinations, she’s also made four very personal lifelong dreams a reality – and her homes. This interview provides some personal insights …
The Italian word “solo”, which translates as “only”, was originally used mainly in the context of music. Now, however, it’s caught on in the travel industry. Leni tells us, what it means to go solo …
Summer, sun, good music – what more do you need? We have featured our favorite July songs, whether it be newcomers or oldies, here for you. To brighten up not only the hot days, but also your summer playlist. Have fun!
Lyre’s “Spritz Blitz” stands out with 13 sparkling and refreshing recipes for an alcohol-free finish. Enjoyment without a guilty conscience, hardly any calories and a delicious taste – all this comes together in Lyre’s cocktail recipes. Recipes that anyone can easily mix at home and impress their guests with their own bartending skills.
For everything that is shown, some thing is hidden – Kunstverein Friedrichshafen: until 21st of August 2022
The Kunstverein Friedrichshafen will be showing a solo exhibition by Jan Zöller from June 25th to 21st of August 2022 under the title “For every thing that is shown, some thing is hidden”.
This summer, the iconic Summer Editions by Issey Miyake are taking us on a journey. It’s aninvitation for some downtime, to the rhythm of the water, that breaksfree of any clichés.
veryone is racing around, consuming, living. Thank goodness there are also some people slamming the brakes on, standing up for regionality, deliberation and slow food.
He is the voice of his region and has transformed Kötschach-Mauthen into a meeting place and a destination for good taste: slow food pioneer Herwig Ertl talks to us about stubbornness, rice with meat and activism on an international scale.
Dom Pérignon’s decision to be rosé is a radical declaration of freedom. The ability to explore. The ability to disregard conventions and push the boundaries of creation.
Susan Kaufman is taking us on a stroll through her very own New York City. The quiet places. West Village. The quaint small town in the middle of Manhattan. Bagels and old brownstones. In her book ‘Walk With Me: New York’ she shows us how to slow down in a city that never sleeps.
Take it slow. Summer has arrived and the sun is warm. Everything appears to be somewhat slower and we’re allowed to let go, perhaps even embrace the slowness entirely …
In the pandemic era, concepts like “security” and “control” have become a thing of the past. They’re feelings that the lucky among us are still able to remember, but which we’re only able to experience to a limited extent. The first lockdown saw them evolve into a massive cloud of longing that hung somewhere overhead. Did they disappear into the world of transcendence? Is it because of this that our need for spirituality in our lives has grown?