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Piccolo Positano | Fish in Buenos Aires

Piccolo Positano | Fish in Buenos Aires

Piccolo Positano is the city's best kept (fishy!) secret. Foodies unite!

 

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arteBA: Top 5

arteBA: Top 5

450 artists, 81 galleries, 1 art fair: We gather the Top 5 works of art from the most important art fair in Latin America – arteBA.

 

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Steal her Style | Anushka Elliot

Steal her Style | Anushka Elliot

Punta del Este, South America's hottest summer destination, is buzzing in the wake of the launch of fashion designer Anushka Elliot's much anticipated S/S Collection. PlanSouthAmerica met up with the Argentine designer to learn about what sets her collection apart…

 

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Secret Scent | Julian Bedel

Secret Scent | Julian Bedel

Julian Bedel is founder of Argentine perfumery Fueguia 1833. He spoke to PlanSouthAmerica about pheromones, sperm whales and how South America inspires his fragrances…

 

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Legends of Polo | David ‘Pelon’ Stirling

Legends of Polo | David ‘Pelon’ Stirling

PlanSouthAmerica met up with 10-goal Uruguayan polo sensation, David 'Pelon' Stirling, to learn more about life in the fast lane…

 

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Behind Closed Doors | Open House Buenos Aires

Behind Closed Doors | Open House Buenos Aires

1 city, 2 days, 70 buildings: Open House Buenos Aires is a celebration of Argentine architecture. It's an invitation to rediscover Buenos Aires, its people and its history, by granting access to places which are usually off limits to the public.

PlanSouthAmerica met up with 1/5th of Open House Buenos Aires, Santiago Chibán, to discover a new side to the city.

 

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Faces of South America | Marcela Ruete

Faces of South America | Marcela Ruete

In anticipation of the launch of our new destinations, this week is all about Ecuador! PlanSouthAmerica met up with top Ecuadorian actress Marcela ‘Mache’ Ruete to discuss the underappreciated beauty of her homeland.

After spending her childhood in Guayaquil, Mache decided to move to Buenos Aires to study acting. She shares her love of Ecuador and talks us through the local delicacies.

 

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Faces of South America | William Kano

Faces of South America | William Kano

This week we met up with Colombian fashion photographer, William Kano. Raised in Medellín, Kano moved to Buenos Aires after university to pursue a career in photography. He tells us about his art and shares his favourite places in Colombia…

 

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Faces of South America | Julián Díaz

Faces of South America | Julián Díaz

Julián Díaz , co-owner of 878 Bar and Florería Atlántico, affirms that Argentina is changing. PlanSouthAmerica caught up with the restaurateur to understand why the country is becoming increasingly introspective, and what that means for Argentine gastronomy.

 

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Faces of South America | Mariano Draghi

Faces of South America | Mariano Draghi

Taking Renaissance art as his inspiration, and the Republic of Argentina as his model, world-renown silversmith Mariano Draghi is reinventing the trade. He invited us into his workshop to share his values and motivations, and to explain why he is changing the essence of gaucho silverware.

 

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