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Tear- Aurum Bloom jewellery

Made to be in harmony with nature Aurum Bloom jewellery is manufactured in Poland with exceptional high quality. Each piece is made from recycled 18k gold. In a mesmerizing play with light and shadow, the irresistible forms are revealed through a captivating design. In our “Tear” collection we focus on how gold reflects light in each tear and how it feels in your hands. The inspiration for the “Sunday” cross shape was the wax dripping down the candle in the Church. Each piece reflects light perfectly. Starting with a simple idea, Aurum Bloom was reimagined through experimenting and an understanding of how our jewellery should look and feel like. (more…)


At the end of the asparagus month Mickey Rotten proposes a quick trip to the Land of Cherry Blossom. Delicate Japanese style dashi broth is a great contrast to a crispy tofu and blanched asparagus in salty-sweet sesame sauce Goma. Today we would like to be on the other side of the world... (more…)


Since the first issue of USTA Magazine, we published 21 guides to various cities, in Poland and abroad. We started with a guide to Berlin in the first issue, followed by a guide To Poznan in number two. Still, we have never prepared a guide to Warsaw and we feel we owe the city we know best a proper vademecum. The problem was whom should we include in our selection from among the places we have known inside out and which we have been with from their openings and throughout their complex histories. Warsaw is certainly a pioneer of gastronomy in Poland. How to choose from hundreds or thousands of bistros, bars, restaurants, cafes and top art spots? It took our team several weeks of vivid discussions to come up with the final list of candidates. (more…)

Singapore Food Festival 2020

Singapore is famous for its diversity among food lovers. Here you can discover flavors from many corners of the world, both street food and Michelin-starred. Singapore Food Festival is their celebration, which will be held in a virtual form for the first time in 27 years. Thanks to this, festival goers from all over the world will have the opportunity to take part virtually in attractions prepared by more than 25 partners. During two weekends in August (21–23 August and 28–30 August), participants will join virtual food tours, live masterclasses, look at the cooperation of chefs. (more…)

 Człowiek z dżungli

Szef kuchni, ale niezwykły. Niektórym jawi się jako współczesny amazoński szaman, innym jako kulinarny rockandrollowiec. Bożyszcze i aktywista w jednym. Z Alexem Atalą, twórcą restauracji D.O.M. w São Paulo, rozmawiamy o sile głosu, łapaniu równowagi i potędze Brazylii. (more…)

(Polski) Dzika natura w czystej postaci

NATURA W CZYSTEJ POSTACI Piękne z natury i dzikie z wyboru naturalnie niezwykłe kosmetyki do twarzy YOPE oddają skórze to, co mają w sobie najlepszego. Ich siła płynie z wyjątkowej mocy roślin. Unikalne składniki z najdalszych zakątków świata przywracają równowagę skóry, wygładzają ją, a także chronią przed stresem i zanieczyszczeniami. Nowa seria YOPE to naturalny w swej prostocie codzienny rytuał piękna dla każdej kobiety. Tworzą go: aksamitny żel do mycia twarzy, oczyszczająco-pielęgnujący płyn micelarny, mikrozłuszczający tonik z kwasami, mgiełka − hydrolat, aktywne kremy na dzień, na noc i pod oczy oraz dwa sera − nawilżające z algami i rozświetlające z witaminą C.

Souvenirs from the Seaside

Fridge magnets, whistling seagulls, seashell caskets or bracelets with burnt letters with your name – this sort of images pop up in my head when I think of the “souvenirs from the seaside”. It turns out that luckily, one can see the light at the end of this camp tunnel. “Zatoka –  autorskie pamiątki” (Eng. “The Bay – Original Souvenirs”) is an initiative launched by Fundacja Palma. The organisers invited a group of artists from the Tri-city to design souvenirs from the seaside. Finally, you can bring something from your holidays that won’t feel awkward! (more…)

Spokój w skansenie

Nie da się ukryć, że pandemiczne wydarzenia zmieniły nasz sposób życia w mieście, korzystania z knajp, imprezowania. Kiedy myślimy o wyjątkowej kolacji, raczej nie planujemy już tak ochoczo wieczoru z menu degustacyjnym – chcemy czegoś na luzie, pragniemy oddechu. I na tę potrzebę odpowiada świetnie kolektyw KoperBernNowicki, tworząc miejsce spotkań w skansenie w Nowej Suchej oraz inauguracyjne wydarzenie pod nazwą „Uczta Nastroje”. (more…)

From Palette to Palate 

Tokyo streets are full of endless culinary and drinking establishments, having a strong enough voice and uniqueness to stick out is always a challenge. Located in between Hiroo and Ebisu stations - Gem by Moto has succeeded to do this over the past few years. A Sake bar with the utmost respect to Sake on the one hand but with a huge freedom Marie Chiba who opened the place in 2015 took for herself for redefinition and expression in any element and aspect relating to Sake and the way we enjoy it. Collaborating with the most interesting younger generation of Sake brewers in Japan.  (more…)

Gluten Heaven in Żoliborz

When Monika Walecka bought a family apartment in the Warsaw district of Żoliborz, she started dreaming of opening a local bakery where she would bake bread for her neighbours. She found her place on the ground floor a modernist 4th Warsaw Colony building from 1930. One of the neighbours, Maurycy Gomulicki who lives in the same building, designed a logo for the bakery – a mermaid holding a baguette. This is how "Cała W Mące" (Eng. “Flour-covered”) was born, a bakery that stole the hearts of many people of Warsaw, not only Monika’s neighbours. (more…)

Singapore: Tourism in a new reality

For Singapore, the long-awaited easing of restrictions is finally becoming a reality. The borders of the country are gradually opening up, although for now with reservations about the intensity of traffic, where visitors are coming from and their purpose of visit, and in accordance with the necessary security measures. What makes Singapore confident amidst this reality? First of all, it is a spirit of progress and innovation that is rooted in local culture and lifestyle. The city is constantly developing, learning, changing, and thanks to experience and advanced technologies, it shapes its own future. Everyone here feels part of this future.

Floral Celebration

On June 6, we are going to celebrate the Festival of Flowers for the sixth time! We are really looking forward to the long-postponed meeting with you, our guests and sellers in Warsaw at the Mysia 3 Shopping Centre. We love this yearly tradition of starting the new season with a floral celebration. As each year, we have invited flower stores, plant sellers, as well as small craft brands producing ceramics, vases and plant pots. You will also have a chance to try plant-based cosmetics, try on clothes and jewellery with floral patterns, eat vegan food, sweets and snacks from local bakeries and drink exquisite herbal infusions and coffee. (more…)