Very few magazines bravely engage a way of life these days, but then there's Holiday, the travel and lifestyle publication so beautifully design etched by Lucien Pages. In the current issue, wanderlust meets Francophilia, the philia in this case lilting up to the ultra-refined mores of the mythic French aristocracy.
In Holiday's third issue, while Karim Sadli and Annemarieke Van Drimmelen capture the spirit of castle life and the French Riviera, Olivier Kervern—whose cliché of the Château de Josselin appears on the cover–plunges into a world above time, pursuing the nobility into its most mythical and remote spaces. Natasha Fraser-Cavassoni tells of the Proustian dandy Boni de Castellane and American writer David Dodge shares the fruit of his wanderings in France in the 1950s. Nelly Kaprielian, meanwhile, offers a precious and rare interview with the mysterious Jean-Jacques Schuhl, Arthur Dreyfus talks about family and cuisine with Daniel de la Falaise.
And that's the proof that there's an art to living.