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Must-Reads: A Haven in Holbox & Adding Amaro to Our Bar

Must-Reads: A Haven in Holbox & Adding Amaro to Our Bar

Every Monday, we corral five links from around the web worthy of sharing. On tap for today: the case for Italian amaro, puffer designs like you've never seen, a summer trip to 70s New York City in the fashion magazine industry and a packing hack we had to share. {hero image via Garden & Gun}

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Some of us will do whatever it takes to sustain the power of the print magazine. Author Meg Wolitzer recalls her brief stint at Mademoiselle magazine in the 70s, and even then, she sensed its slow fade-out. Still, her vivid memories of that summer take us to a chic industry where over-the-top breakfasts and mandatory editor makeovers are the name of the game. {image via Conde Nast}



A proper Italian meal is not finished until the amaro is sipped. While not suited for all (okay, most) American taste buds, this spirit is slowly but surely infiltrating the South, so we took to Garden & Gun's experts to learn more. {image via Garden & Gun}

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We may be stowing away our coats for the spring and summer months, but the color story on Moncler's latest collection in collaboration with Pierpaolo Piccioli is too divine not to share. {image via Moncler}

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Skim Tulum and head straight to Ser Casasandra in Isla Holbox for Cinco de Mayo. This secluded resort is all things luxury sans any stuffiness. All the more, its mission is to inspire artists, so we're clocking in as a business trip--hasta luego! {image via Ser Casasandra



Before you head off for said Holbox trip, take these tips from Molly Sims to ensure your journey is as stress-free as possible. Our favorite? Tucking necklaces in straws to avoid the inevitable tangling. {image via Chalkboard Mag

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