On Coffee.: Hollywood Reporter, Marie Claire Australia, Mercury News, National Post, WWD, May 18

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Australia, Stockholm, France, The Middle East, San Francisco.



“To best experience fika, the beloved time-out-from-life ritual revolving around coffee, cake and chatting, head to the rising hood of SoFo (or South of Folkungagatan); the Silver Lake-like district, just south of old town where Chimney is based, is where Alexander Skarsgard grew up.” Hollywood Reporter for Stockholm

“Toni Maticevski, who kicked off this year’s fashion week with a spectacular display at Sydney’s Barrangaroo, just sticks to the coffee…Oh no i don’t eat, I never eat breakfast!” Marie Claire x  Australia

“In fact, the phrase “coffee shop” has yet to get a French translation; the coffee shop’s characteristically high standards for beans, water and the processes for combining the two come so clearly from the English-speaking world.”  National Post x Paris

“You can get a cup of coffee for as little as $3 in the museum coffee bar, Sightglass, on the third floor. That’s a bargain downtown. Although you will have to pay $25 museum admission to get to it. ” Mercury News for San Francisco

“The format is designed to be collectible, for readers to archive in their library or keep on their coffee table and refer back to,” he said.” WWD on H Mag  Middle East