London Street Artist Hannah Adamaszek

Today’s post is all about London-based artist Hannah Adamaszek. It’s been awhile since I’ve done any artist features and I hope to do many more in the near future. Hannah reached out to me on social media and I’m so glad that she did. Hannah works with a variety of mediums and her work is

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Fashion and Design Guide to Stockholm

Stockholm is hands down one of the most design-oriented and fashionable cities I’ve ever visited. Artistic expression is seen through the clothes people wear, the food they eat and the galleries they frequent. With so much creativity going on, I decided to do a fashion and design guide rather than my normal neighborhood guide. Don’t worry

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5 Things Sweden Will Teach You About Life

While my trip to Sweden was a short one, I still learned a few life lessons along the way. Ever since traveling to Norway two years ago, I’ve been fascinated by Scandinavian culture and lifestyle so naturally, I was a tad overjoyed to be spending a few warm, Spring days in and around Stockholm. While some

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Traditional and Modern Influences in Kyoto

Kyoto is often considered a traditional city, particularly because there are so many temples and places of worship. While that’s certainly true in many aspects, I also found it to be very modern and full of creative people doing innovative things. Here are three cultural activities that I recommend for any savvy and stylish traveler…and

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Bohemian Changes and Stages

As Bohemian Trails quickly nears its two year blog-versary, I couldn’t be more proud of what it’s become. Blogging began as an outlet for me and soon turned into a real career. The last year alone took me to Europe on three separate occasions, South America, the Middle East and the Caribbean. I needed this

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Avant-Garde Sightings in Graz

If you haven’t heard of Graz before, you are not alone. Before planning my nearly two week trip to Austria, I went back an forth with my representative from Austria Tourism to build an itinerary that matched what I wanted to cover on Bohemian Trails. Our last minute addition of Graz proved to be the perfect

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Neighborhood Guide to Helsinki

Compared to other global cities, Helsinki is relatively small in geographic size and population, making it easily navigated by foot or bike. During my stay in here, I got to know the different neighborhoods fairly well. Each is unique in its own way and adds to the innovative complexity of the city as a whole.

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How to Spot A Bohemian Traveler

Living a Bohemian Lifestyle doesn’t mean you are a legit gypsy asking tourists for money outside of Notre Dame Cathedral. I remember my first time in Paris I was shocked to find rather disheveled looking gypsy types at every corner. My naive 21 year old self just assumed they would all look like Esmerelda from

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Zlatica Hujbertová: Bohemian Mastermind

I first heard of Zlatica Hujbertová a few weeks ago when she featured her current collection at Slovak Fashion Night.  Although several other talented designers showed that night, her “homeless chic” garb as I like to call it was beyond impressive.  Here’s a little rundown on my new favorite designer. So how did Zlatica get

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