In Seven Days Around The Web #63

This week on In A Pavilion: It's the bank holiday weekend and I'm currently in Hamburg. That's right, I escaped Berlin for a while! So far, the weekend has been spent lying in the Botanical Garden (called Planten un Blomen here) and working on my freckles – no tan here, guys!


  • Lucky Peach investigates the right price for chicken – shocking at first but definitely affirming my beliefs in quality before quantity.
  • Cereal Magazine are killing it with all their interviews! Here's one with Le Labo's co-founder Fabrice Penot.
  • It's cocktail season! Food 52 shares a great recipe for a lemon lavender gin rickey.
  • And here's another one by Lottie Muir via Toast, a raspberry & scented geranium sour.
  • Finally a city tour I can get behind – Spiegel reports on a Berlin tour guided by a former homeless man.
  • It's Nice That's Rob Alderson explains why the ugly fruit campaign deserves its the Design of the Year win.
  • Whistles are on point with their journal and actions these days – whether it is walking along the canal from Birmingham to London for charity or opening in-store reading corners for the Baileys Women's Prize for Fiction.
  • Ruby Barber of flower shop Mary Lennox in Berlin shares some instructions for a spring flower arrangement, on The Garden Edit.
  • Lana Pribic's current visit to New York City has resulted in some charming portraits of strangers around the city.


A great way to showcase the Everyday Needs shop's contents: The Everyday| Beautiful handcrafted bikes from London: Kennedy City Bicycles.


The Chef's Table really does look great – and may be my next TV series to watch?!


By far my favourite album of the year: Jamie XX's debut album 'In Colour' is incredible and my favourite song, 'Hold Tight', gets me in a happy mood even in the most dreary situations!

An oldie yet still a goldie: I rediscovered this old Boiler Room mix by Maya Jane Coles. 

Thanks for reading and I hope you're all having a great bank holiday weekend!

Lilly Wolf