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WHETHER YOU’RE LOOKING TO SPOIL YOURSELF OR T H R I L L S O M E O N E S PE C I A L , B E R M U DA’ S S H O PPI N G OPTIONS WILL MAKE YOU TREASURE THE HUNT.
9 Parishes Authentic Rum Swizzle ....................................... 35
Flying Colours ..................................................................................39
27th Century Boutique ..............................................................21
Frangipani ........................................................................................ 34
59 Front ........................................................................................ 27
Goslings ................................................................................................ 7
Alexandra Mosher Studio Jewellery ...................................... 17
Howarth Photography Ltd. ..........................................................36
Bermuda Monetary Authority ................................................39
Ja Nauzi's Hair Salon .....................................................................47
Bermuda Philatelic Bureau ...................................................... 23
Lisa Anne Rego Art Gallery ..........................................................41
Bermuda Rum Cake Company Ltd. ...............................................32
Phoenix Stores Ltd., The ...............................................................29
Brown & Co. ................................................................................. 27
Chatham House .......................................................................... 37
Salon Store, The ..............................................................................47
Confections ................................................................................. 40
Sense®, A Rosewood Spa .............................................................45
Crisson Jewellers ...................................... IFC, 1, 5, 8, 9, 15, 20
Swiss Jewellers .................................................................................13
Cuarenta Bucaneros Limited ..................................................33
TABS - The Authenic Bermuda Shorts .....................................25
Davidrose Studio .................................................Back Cover, 19
E.R. Aubrey Jewellers ................................................................41
Washington Mall ................................................................................11
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DO N’ T GIVE U P ON YOU R B E AUTY A N D WE L L N E S S R OUT I N E J U ST B ECAU S E YO U ’ RE O N H OL I DAY. T H I S N I F TY G U I D E WI L L S H OW YOU H OW TO STAY FI T A N D WHERE TO G E T G L A M M E D U P ON C E YOU ’R E R E A DY FOR A L I T T L E PA M PE R I N G .
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ermuda’s blend of offerings not only spans gorgeous gems and tropical clothing but also involves artwork and artisanal pieces that reflect the spirit of the island, turning a casual shopping trip practically into a cultural exploration. Hunting in Hamilton The capital city of Hamilton is probably the onestop shop for shopping in Bermuda — or at least
a prime starting point, especially when you consider the backdrop of its picturesque colonial buildings and tasty dining options for when you take a break from shop-hopping. In stores like 27th Century Boutique, Brown & Co., and Flying Colours, you’ll find everything ranging from casual clothing to boutique wear. If you move further south, you can take a peek into various jewellery options. Crisson Jewellers, a family-run jewellery store since 1922, carries Rolex and other Swiss watch brands, as well as designer jewellery and an
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impressive collection of fine gems. If you’re looking for a whimsical addition to your jewellery collection, Alexandra Mosher Studio Jewellery is the place to visit. Her jewellery is inspired by Bermuda’s pink sand and its environment. Here, you can take a piece of the island back home with you. Stock up on lucky charms with the Bermuda Lucky Stone and Bermuda Ocean Mist — along with an extensive collection of Bermuda Pink Sand jewellery — at E.R. Aubrey Jewellers. For more pieces reflecting this tropical paradise, visit Davidrose Studio. The husband-and-
wife team is well known for their one-of-akind bridal and custom jewellery, as well as their signature Ocean Collection. Meanwhile, Swiss Jewellers is the place to go for Spanish Colonial shipwreck coins, unique fine jewellery, diamond rings and fine watches. If you prefer a more intimate shopping experience, call Walker Christopher Goldsmiths. They offer private appointments at their new store in Hamilton. They showcase an excellent collection of authentic coins. This includes gold doubloons and silver pieces of eight salvaged from sunken galleons, as well
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Bermuda’s blend of offerings not only spans gorgeous gems and tropical clothing but also involves artwork and artisanal pieces that reflect the spirit of the island.
MOST COCKTAILS COME WITH A NAPKIN. ®
T H E D A R K ’N STO R MY CO M E S W I T H A T R A D E M A R K. A rose by any other name may smell as sweet, but a Dark ’n Stormy by any other rum would not taste as great. In truth, it wouldn’t even be a Dark ’n Stormy.
This is one of very few cocktails to earn a legal trademark. Not to protect us, to protect the drink. Because there’s a huge difference between Black Seal Rum and any other. It’s a deep, luscious rum made from a 169-year old family recipe using three individually aged distillates. And don’t even get us started on ginger beers! We crafted Stormy Ginger Beer to harmonize perfectly with Black Seal into the ultimate Dark ’n Stormy. Into a tall glass filled with ice, put 6 oz of ginger beer, and float 2 oz of Black Seal Rum on top. Stir (until it looks like a storm cloud). Lime optional, enjoyment mandatory.
For the ultimate Dark ’n Stormy, use Goslings Stormy Ginger Beer. The #1 selling ginger beer in the U.S. Try the delicious diet version for a Diet Dark ’n Stormy.
The Spirit of Bermuda Excessive alcohol consumption may be hazardous to your health. www.goslingsrum.com
Shopping in St. George’s For travellers hopping around the island, the Town of St. George is also a place for shopping and finding local treats. Merch offers freshly fashionable island wear, striking jewellery pieces, elegant home décor and alluring accessories. Saltwater Jewellery Studio was founded by two local artists who use sustainable practices to create memorable pieces that are often inspired by life in Bermuda. You may also want to stop by Seaglass Studio on Water Street, where Kelly Diel creates one-of-a-kind jewellery from sea glass
ISLAND BUYS TABS’ tropical print is inspired by Bermuda’s Botanical Gardens and perfect turquoise water. The print was featured throughout their 2020 collections, including Bermuda shorts, shirts and new sustainable swim trunks. These island-inspired products blend bold colours with stunning prints to give you that summer feeling all year round. TABS collaborated with local artist Alshanté Foggo to create the Botanical Gardens print as a mural at its flagship store on Reid Street. The mural doubles as a “selfie wall” where customers can take an Insta-worthy photo of themselves against the brightly coloured backdrop.
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as Greek and Roman coins dating from 400 BC, which are mounted in pendants, earrings and cuff links. Museumquality Egyptian artefacts have been transformed into wearable art. Also stop by TABS — The Authentic Bermuda Shorts to peruse its selection of this iconic island product. Beyond the classically designed Bermuda shorts, you’ll also find all sorts of clever, colourful variations for men, women and kids. For more trendy and unique clothing and jewellery, visit Touché, located in the heart of Hamilton on Reid Street. 59 Front is the perfect destination to shop international perfumes and cosmetics with brands that include Clarins Paris and Bobbi Brown.
found on the local beaches. You can see the rarest colours of sea glass in orange, red and yellow. The Lili Bermuda Perfumery, an internationally recognised couture perfume house located at Stewart Hall on Queen Street, may be the place for you to explore the essences of the island via new scents.
One advantage of Bermuda’s shopping scene is the abundance of items reflecting local colour and traditions.
West End Finds One advantage of Bermuda’s shopping scene is the abundance of items reflecting local colour and traditions. For example, at the Bermuda Craft Market in Royal Naval Dockyard, you can find sea glass decorations, hand-dyed silk scarves, Bermuda cedar items, speciality cigar rollers and more. Ask around to be directed to Jennifer Rodrigues Designs to see her iconic Bermuda pink sand designs hand carved in wax and cast in sterling silver.
If you tend to be a more artistically inclined acquirer, Royal Naval Dockyard is also headquarters to the Jon Faulkner Gallery, which features exquisite ceramics, and the Lisa-Anne Rego Art Gallery (located in Clocktower Shopping Mall), featuring stunningly rendered Bermuda scenes, all painted by this talented artist. You can also add glassworks to your artistic acquisitions in Bermuda by heading to the Bermuda Arts Centre at Dockyard. Here you can find glass art pieces from Dockyard Glassworks, Continued on page 18
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LUXURY SHOPPING BY VANESSA MOLINA SANTAMARIA
FASHION QUEEN SHIONA TURINI HAS HAD A LOVE AFFAIR WITH FASHION EVER SINCE SHE WAS A LITTLE GIRL. NOW THIS BERMUDIAN TRENDSETTER IS A SOUGHT-AFTER BRAND CONSULTANT, STYLIST AND FASHION DESIGNER WORKING WITH TOP NAMES ALL AROUND THE GLOBE.
Follow along with Turini on Instagram @shionat and view highlights of her trendsetting work at shionaturini.com.
hiona Turini has crafted a style that’s all her own, and she’s taking the fashion world by storm. As a fashionista and a contributor to notable publications, including Condé Nast Traveller, Elle, Variety and New York Magazine, her list of clients includes some of the biggest names in fashion. Turini was recruited by Hearst Corporation to join Cosmopolitan, the world’s largest women’s publication, as fashion market director, where she helped change the fashion coverage of the highly influential magazine. Prior to joining Cosmopolitan, Turini worked with top stylist and former Vogue Paris Editor-in-Chief Carine Roitfeld to launch the eponymously titled CR Fashion Book. She was recently nominated by the Costume Designers Guild Awards in the “Excellence in Contemporary Film” category for her work as a costume designer for the film Queen & Slim, a romantic crime drama released in 2019. In early 2020, the iconic Barbie brand by Mattel released a new doll series styled by Turini that celebrates “diversity through fashion.” In her decade-long career in entertainment, fashion and publishing, Turini has established herself as a leading fashion expert and is often recognised for both her work and personal style. With so much buzz surrounding her recent collaborations, we can’t help but wonder what this famous Bermudian will be working on next; but we’re certain it will be spectacular.
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27th Century Boutique
House of India
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Howarth Photography Ltd. at Brown & Co.
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Bermuda Bistro at The Beach
Ja’Nauzi’s Hair Salon
Bermuda Government-Economic Development Department
East of K4
Jennifer Rodrigues Designs at Flying Colours
Bermuda Hotel Association
Keller Williams Bermuda
East of K4
Bermuda Monetary Authority
Bermuda Philatelic Bureau
Bermuda Society of Arts (BSoA)
Bermuda Tourism Authority
Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute (BUEI)
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Brown & Co.
Oleander Cycles & Bermuda Rental Car Ltd.
Cuarenta Bucaneros Limited
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Rego Sotheby’s International Realty
E.R. Aubrey Jewellers
Ruby Murrys Indian Cuisine
Escape Room Bermuda
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Flanagan’s Irish Pub & Outback Sports Bar
Speciality Cinema & Grill
General Post Office
TABS — The Authentic Bermuda Shorts
Hamilton Bus Terminal
Hamilton City Hall
Walker Christopher Goldsmiths
Hamilton Ferry Terminal
Washington Mall & Restaurants
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Hamilton Princess & Beach Club
Washington Properties (Bermuda) Limited
Hamilton Visitor Services Centre
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LUXURY SHOPPING Modern Lifestyle proudly displays items made on the island, with a focus on unique crocheted handbags. Continued from page 12
Eclectic Selections Within Clocktower Shopping Mall in Royal Naval Dockyard, you’ll find at least one store that has fun with a popular legend associated with the island: The Bermuda Triangle Shop. Here and at The Fair Trade Bermuda Shop, you’ll find unusual items that are unique to the island, including instruments, Asian eccentricities, costume jewellery and more. Grand Bazaar boasts unique ocean-inspired gifts, island-style clothing, handmade jewellery and eye-catching ceramics. Most of the products sold in these particular shops are Bermuda-inspired and cannot be found outside of the island.
Modern Lifestyle also proudly displays items made on the island, with a focus on unique crocheted handbags. Inspired by the island’s vivid colours, Bermudian-Colombian owner Clara uses her Colombian family heritage of bag making to produce beautiful one-of-a-kind pieces. Another popular store in the mall is The Littlest Drawbridge Gift Shop, a Bermuda cedar speciality store. The island is famous for the quality of its cedar wood, and this shop is a cedar showcase,
featuring bowls, candle holders, letter openers and other products made from this wood. You also can pick up other types of gifts here, like sauces, hot pepper jams, pens, goblets and authentic Cuban cigars.
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ranging from small sculptural collectables to larger vases and rippling-edged plates. Whilst there, pick up an authentic, delectable Bermuda Rum Cake.
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Acquired Tastes Cigar aficionados can indulge themselves at Hamilton-based stores like Chatham House, which features Cuban brands like Cohiba, H. Upmann, Montecristo and more. Cuarenta Bucaneros is another superb option for cigars, and they can deliver stogies to your hotel or guesthouse whilst you’re in Bermuda — they even ship overseas. Switching flavours, Bermuda also can satisfy wine and spirit connoisseurs. Goslings offers a wide range of local rums with different levels of richness. The new Papa Seal and Gold Seal Rum are making waves. Make sure to pick up some bottles of Goslings award-winning rums. You can find them at select local grocery and liquor stores or at The Rum Barrel in Royal Naval Dockyard. For its part, Churchill’s Ltd., located in the Town of St. George, features an assortment of wines, spirits and cigars with gift options such as decanters, lighters, cigar cutters and more. Or check out their Churchill’s Cigar Cabana on Dockyard Terrace in Royal Naval Dockyard. You can also find local favourites at the Bermuda Duty Free store located at the Departure Lounges in the L.A. Wade International Airport.
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LUXURY SHOPPING bottle; in two-, four- and six-packs; or by the case. Available islandwide or order online at email@example.com. 27TH CENTURY BOUTIQUE 94 Reid St., Hamilton Tel: 292-2628 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
In Bermuda, 27th Century Boutique is the forerunner of fashion, with an enviable reputation of providing men and women with the latest fashions for the past 47 years. As buyer and coordinator for 27th Century Boutique, Sharon Bartram travels several times a year to purchase the clothing for the boutique. Their most prominent, exclusive ladies’ lines are Joseph Ribkoff, Lynn Ritchie, Simpli and Last Tango; and they have a variety of outstanding lines for men. Sharon has travelled to Costa Rica, Jamaica, Holland, Belgium, Paris and London as a wardrobe coordinator and makeup artist for the television show Style Bermuda. Open Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 59 FRONT 59 Front St., Hamilton Tel: 279-5429 Website: fiftyninefront.bm
With so many retail options, you’re sure to find just what you’re looking for in Bermuda. Here are our top picks for the best places to shop. 9 PARISHES AUTHENTIC RUM SWIZZLE AT RUM BARREL Dockyard Terrace Royal Naval Dockyard, Sandys Also available islandwide See website for locations: AIRPORT DUTY-FREE SHOP Also select hotels, restaurants,
liquor stores, grocery stores and service stations Tel: 535-6463 Website: 9parishesbda.com
9 Parishes, the Authentic Bermuda Rum Swizzle, is a hand-mixed and -bottled, ready-to-drink Rum Swizzle and a potent cocktail irresistible to locals and visitors alike. As much a part of Bermuda culture as the Bermuda Onion, the vibrant hibiscus or the graceful Longtail, this unique blend of rum, liqueurs, juices and bitters makes for a truly delicious, refreshing alcoholic beverage, best served over ice with a slice of orange or a cherry. Once you taste 9 Parishes Rum Swizzle, you will notice the smooth, palatable taste that is just too easy to drink. Put their brand to the test and choose your favourite! Available to purchase by the
ALEXANDRA MOSHER STUDIO JEWELLERY Flagship Store & Studio: 5 Front St., Hamilton Tel: 236-9009 Website: alexandramosher.com
Born and raised in Bermuda, Alexandra’s whimsical jewellery is a reflection of the island’s natural beauty from which she draws endless inspiration. “Bermuda is at the core of my design ethos. My work investigates tiny beautiful details found in our environment and transforms them into lasting treasures,” she explains.
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59 Front offers an extensive range of exclusive brands in fine jewellery, china and crystal, beauty and cosmetics, and designer fragrances. Centrally located on Front Street in the City of Hamilton, 59 Front is the perfect destination to shop brands including Swarovski, Jo Malone, Clarins Paris and Bobbi Brown alongside Bermuda gifts from Alexander Mosher Jewellery, Lili Bermuda and Picturesque Bermuda. Find beauty within 59 Front Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Sundays from 1 to 5 p.m.
Alexandra’s celebrated pink-sand pieces — for which she has won numerous awards — are her interpretation of a bespoke Bermuda gemstone, the original idea having come to her in a dream about a frozen rock pool. Equally well known for her fine jewellery collections, Alexandra incorporates diamonds and precious stones into her one-of-a-kind engagement rings, which are offset by finely sculpted bands that reflect Bermuda textures. You can explore over 300 pieces of jewellery in her award-winning Flagship Store & Studio on Front Street, Hamilton, where every piece is elegantly made entirely by hand. Alexandra works with a highly skilled set of Bermudian artisans and craftswomen to bring her vision to life. You can step behind the linen drapes at the back of the store to visit the studio and see the process in action. “I am so fortunate to have the opportunity to work with a team that shares my vision of bringing more beauty into the world. Our island paradise lingers with you and leaves you yearning for more.” With one of Alexandra’s treasures, you’ll take a piece of Bermuda with you everywhere you go.
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The Bermuda Craft Market is the place to visit for the best collection of Bermuda-made crafts and products on the island. As you wander around the historic building you may see some of their craftsmen at work; generally, this occurs from April to November Visit Jennifer Rodrigues Designs for her sterling and 14-karat gold-filled jewellery and many lovely items featuring Bermuda’s famous pink beach sand. Stop by Morrell Designs where the artist Lynn loves to re-create the textures and shapes of her island home by using sterling silver and semiprecious gems. The result is a wide range of hand-crafted charms, earrings and pendants that celebrate Bermuda. She also loves to use individually-sourced gemstones in interesting ways, as well as colourful, semiprecious beads and freshwater pearls. Next to Lynn is Grant Kennedy, Bermuda’s only cigar roller. He will educate and amuse you with tales of tobacco whilst showing how a premium cigar is made. He also has a large humidor full of the best Cuban cigars and is happy to guide you to the perfect selection. Throughout the Craft Market you can also find sea glass pendants,
THE BERMUDA CRAFT MARKET The Cooperage Building Royal Naval Dockyard, Sandys Tel: 234-3208 Website: bermudacraftmarket.com
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Bermuda cedar wares, candles, handmade soaps, whimsical stuffed toys, placemats, cards, historical maps, books and so much more. BERMUDA MONETARY AUTHORITY BMA House 43 Victoria St., Hamilton Tel: 295-5278 Website: bma.bm
When visiting Bermuda, you cannot miss the opportunity to visit the Authority’s Museum of Notes and Coins and purchase one of their beautiful commemorative coins. Their coins have a wildlife and history aspect of Bermuda, including the Bermuda Monetary Authority (BMA) 50th anniversary three-sided triangle coin that depicts the main islands that
make up the Bermudian archipelago. In 2019, BMA issued the first of its flower series coins, the Bermudiana, depicting Bermuda’s national flower. In 2020, the Easter lily coin was released; and this is based off a deep-rooted history in Bermuda. They released the hibiscus coin in 2021 and the oleander coin in 2022. The Authority is the regulator of the island’s financial services sector and the Bermuda Stock Exchange. It also has the responsibility for issuing Bermuda’s national currency and commemorative coin products. BERMUDA PHILATELIC BUREAU Bermuda Post Office 56 Church St., Hamilton Tel: 297-7865
Other philatelic agencies and bureaus function as separate businesses apart from local postal services, whereas the Bermuda Philatelic Bureau (BPB) is a department of the Bermuda Post Office. The primary function of the BPB has been to provide sufficient stamps for the general use of the post. It has always been the BPB’s endeavour to keep in mind the philatelic collector and stamp enthusiast to ensure that stamps produced will be appealing and interesting. Proposed issues for 2022 include 100th Anniversary St. George’s Historical Society (May), 70th Anniversary Platinum Jubilee (June), Pow Wow (July) and Presentation Pack 2022 (November).
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BERMUDA RUM CAKE COMPANY LTD. Available to purchase: Bermuda Arts Centre at Dockyard Royal Naval Dockyard, Sandys The Artisan Guild Store Washington Mall, Hamilton Tel: 333-8170 Website: dockglass.com
The Bermuda Rum Cake Company Ltd. is dedicated to the incredible island indulgence, Bermuda Rum Cake. It is made with the island’s favourite rum. Five standard samples to taste daily are Traditional, Rum and Ginger, Rum Swizzle, Coconut and Rich Chocolate. They also offer special seasonal cakes, such as the Black Rum Fruit Cake, which are truly delicious. This is the only rum cake made in Bermuda other than those made by every Bermudian’s aunty and grandma. Duty-free always. They also make wedding cakes and cupcakes and make their own icing in-house. International shipping to your home is available; however, the cakes travel well on airlines or cruise ships. Purchase online and the Bermuda Rum Cake Company Ltd. can also deliver to your hotel.
THE BERMUDA TRIANGLE SHOP Clocktower Shopping Mall Royal Naval Dockyard, Sandys Tel: 234-0837
The Bermuda Triangle Shop is full of treasures and is the most eclectic shop in the mall, packed with interesting items. Most of the products are Bermuda-inspired and feature unique designs not to be found outside of the island. Merchandise includes the best T-shirts in the Bermuda Triangle; island summer clothing; a large selection of costume jewellery, many pieces made with shells; hand-painted wood carvings like boxes, tropical fish, and magnets, many with the signature pink Bermuda cottage design; musical instruments; wind chimes; sterling silver; and also Bermuda Christmas ornaments. There are gifts for any price range. Step inside and get lost. THE BIRDSEY STUDIO 5 Stowe Hill, Paget Tel: 236-6658 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jo Birdsey Linberg, daughter of Bermuda’s first modern artist, Alfred Birdsey, painted
for many years with her father at The Birdsey Studio before his death in 1996. Today, she continues the family tradition. Created predominately in watercolours, her impressionistic landscapes, figurative paintings and whimsical animals reflect her mentor’s artistic legacy through simple lines and Oriental-inspired brushwork; but they also establish Jo’s own artistic niche and creative stamp. Her watercolours have been exhibited in Bermuda and overseas, whilst collected and commissioned internationally. Jo’s paintings reflect her love of life and Bermuda. Her father’s spirit is alive and well in her humour, hospitality and creative energy. The Birdsey Studio, in the back garden of the family home, remains a special place for many, with its tranquil natural setting and rather unusual appearance. Studio hours are 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. weekdays. Appointments are recommended. BROWN & CO. 35 Front St., Hamilton Tel: 279-5524 Website: brown.bm
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CHATHAM HOUSE 63 Front St., Hamilton Tel: 292-8422 Email: email@example.com
At Chatham House on Front Street across from the flagpole, you are sure to find something for everyone at prices below those you would pay back home. Chatham House is the authorised distributor of Habanos, and there is a wide selection of gifts for the smoker, including English Briar pipes, Turkish Meerschaum pipes and a splendid array of Havana cigars, including brands such as Punch, Partagás, Romeo y Julieta, Montecristo, Bolívar, Cohiba and H. Upmann. The shop opens Monday through Saturday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. HEALTH WARNING: Smoking is hazardous to your health. CHURCHILL’S LTD. 27 York St., St. George’s CHURCHILL’S CIGAR CABANA Dockyard Terrace Royal Naval Dockyard, Sandys Tel: 297-1650
When visiting the Town of St. George, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, don’t miss the aptly named Churchill’s for your wines, spirits and cigars. With the only walk-in humidor on the island, this is the place to stop for your Cuban cigars, fine wines, cold beer and sodas. Winston
Churchill said, “I am easily satisfied with the very best,” and now you can be, too. They offer the finest selection of cigars, featuring the newly formed Bermuda Cigar Co. line of cigars as well as Cubans, fine wines — over 250 references — and gifts such as cigar cases and cutters, lighters, glasses, decanters and wine openers. Hours of operation in St. George’s are Monday through Sunday, 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Now you can also visit them in Royal Naval Dockyard at the Churchill’s Cigar Cabana located in between the gazebos near the Ferry Terminal. CONFECTIONS Bridge House 1 Bridge St., St. George’s Tel: 505-DIE4 (3434) Website: confections2die4.com Facebook: @confectionsbda Instagram: @confectionsbda
Confections is a licensed Bermudian boutique bakery passionately dedicated to the simple beauty and nostalgia of the traditional Bermuda sugar cookie. Their recipe has been tried, tested and painstakingly perfected for well over 20 years, thereby ensuring that each cookie has a seamless and delectable blend of airy lightness, a respectable crunch and just enough sweet persuasion to keep you coming back for more. Experience their exquisite Bermuda Pink Sand Sugar Cookie, inspired by the beautiful beaches and baked fresh in Bermuda. Want to take the “beach” home with you to share with family and friends? Grab their hand-crafted Bermuda Pink Sand Sprinkles and make your own Bermudaful treats at home. They’re perfect for cookies, cupcakes and ice cream. Order
your gourmet treats online, arrange for delivery to your hotel or pick them up at their new home in the Bridge House in St. George’s — a Bermuda National Trust gem of a property which is 400 years old. Just behind the King’s Square (Town Hall) in St George’s, Bridge House and Confections are two experiences not to be missed during your visit. CRISSON JEWELLERS Integrity & Reliability 16 Queen St., Hamilton Clocktower Shopping Mall Royal Naval Dockyard, Sandys Tel: 295-2351 Website: crisson.com Facebook: facebook.com/crissons
Three generations of a family dedicated to quality, integrity and reliability sets Crisson apart from the rest. Established in 1922, Crisson is the iconic Bermuda store, renowned for its world-class collections of fine watches and jewellery. The expert customer service team and after-sales professionals always create a memorable shopping experience and cater to the individual needs of each and every customer. With the latest designs from the most respected names, you are sure to find that special piece to cherish forever at Crisson — and at prices that are certain to make your smile and satisfaction even greater! Crisson has, for many years, been well known and trusted as the Official Rolex Retailer in Bermuda. Not only do they stock an impressive inventory of guaranteed new watches, which they receive directly from the Rolex factory in Geneva, Switzerland, they are officially certified as an Authorised Rolex Service Centre. You can purchase your Rolex watch from
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hensive department store, located in the heart of Hamilton on Front Street. As Bermuda’s exclusive provider of Thomas Sabo Jewellery and The Body Shop products, Brown & Co. strives to deliver a broad range of pieces that set it apart and make each shopping venture a treasured experience. In-store items include designer fragrances, designer sunglasses and accessories, as well as Bermuda gifts, souvenirs and ladies’ fashion apparel. The Hallmark Department of Brown & Co. is Bermuda’s largest gift and greeting cards outlet and is the largest Hallmark store outside of North America. The Bookmart at Brown & Co. offers the island’s largest selection of books from local and internationally acclaimed authors and a fabulous café overlooking the Hamilton Harbour.
CROWN POINT GROCERY SERVICES Tel: 705-0804 Website: crownpointbda.com
Your experience in Bermuda means everything to Crown Point, and not a moment should be wasted on the mundane chore of grocery shopping. Simply send them a list and their team will happily and carefully source the freshest items available on island from local grocers and markets and have them ready and waiting for you in your vacation home upon your arrival. Need a replenish during your stay? Just call Crown Point and they will be happy to help. CUARENTA BUCANEROS LIMITED Hamma Galleries Building One Lane Hill, Hamilton Tel: 295-4523 Website: cigarbox.bm
Cuarenta Bucaneros Limited is licensed by the Cuban government to sell premium, handmade Cuban cigars. They will deliver to your hotel, guesthouse or office in Bermuda, or ship your cigars overseas. Montecristo, Romeo y Julieta, Trinidad, Cohiba, Partagás and Hoyo de Monterrey are a few of the famous cigar brands on offer. Cuarenta Bucaneros is a recognised vendor by Cigar Aficionado magazine. DAVIDROSE STUDIO Walker Arcade 47 Front St., Hamilton Website: davidrosestudio.com
Inspired by the island’s beauty, history and culture, Davidrose’s luxury jewellery has been a cherished reminder and memento of Bermuda holidays for almost 10 years. Helmed by a husband-and-wife design duo, this award-winning brand is renowned for its fine jewellery, silver and one-of-a-kind bridal and custom works of art for any occasion. Take home one of the signature Ocean Collection pieces inspired by Bermuda’s turquoise waters or the Bermuda Collection, which captures the brilliance of island life. Visit their Front Street store conveniently located in the heart of the City of Hamilton.
DIAMONDS INTERNATIONAL Storehouse Lane and Camber Rd. Royal Naval Dockyard, Sandys Tel: 234-0500 Website: shopdi.com
Diamonds International is the world’s largest duty-free retailer of diamonds, precious gemstones and Swiss timepieces, with operations across the globe. From the Caribbean to Central America, Alaska and Bermuda, they are renowned for supplying the very best in award-winning service, quality and value since 1989. They are delighted to have their flagship store based in Bermuda’s very own historical Royal Naval Dockyard. The store houses the island’s largest collection of diamonds, tanzanite and luxury watch brands, such as Hublot, TAG Heuer, pre-owned Rolex, Montblanc and many more. Visit them in-store to receive an exclusive gift and to experience Bermuda’s best in service, selection and gemological expertise. DOCKYARD PHARMACY Camber Rd. Royal Naval Dockyard, Sandys Tel: 279-5410 Website: phoenixstores.bm
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Crisson with absolute confidence and the reassuring knowledge that you have been expertly informed and guided every step of the way with your choice. You will of course find an exclusive selection of other leading Swiss watch brands, too, at Crisson. These include Tudor, Ebel, Movado, Frederique Constant, Raymond Weil and Victorinox Swiss Army. Bulova, Citizen, Seiko, Philip Stein and Casio watches are there, too, as well as a wide mix of fashionable brands including Michael Kors, Doodle and Bering. In the jewellery realm, Crisson is famous for being the exclusive source for the most sought-after designer names, including David Yurman, Roberto Coin, Marco Bicego, FOPE, John Hardy, Mikimoto, Marahlago, Honora, AR1 and Kabana. The internationally popular Pandora collection is to be found in two Pandora boutiques at their 55 Front Street, Hamilton, and Clocktower Shopping Mall, Dockyard, stores. Crisson’s own jewellery collection boasts an impressive array of fine gemstones, including an extensive diamond collection, with many certified stones graded exclusively by the Gemological Institute of America (GIA), the trusted authority and standard worldwide. Featuring an eclectic mix of precious coloured stones, it’s exciting to find many exceptional and unusual specimens in their dazzling collection — including sapphires, rubies, emeralds, tanzanites and even a recent discovery of rare morganites.
STYLISHLY SUSTAINABLE BERMUDIANS HAVE ADAPTED TO CLIMATE CHALLENGES TO BALANCE LOOKING GOOD WITH CARING FOR THEIR LOCAL ENVIRONMENT.
reative Bermudians are embracing the sustainable without sacrificing style — but this has been a necessary move. Situated as it is in the middle of the Atlantic, the island of Bermuda has become increasingly susceptible to the effects of global warming and other changes to the environment; and, as such, its residents are particularly aware of the importance of conserving and protecting biodiversity and the marine environment. As a result of this increasing awareness, more care and attention are being given to what we put in our bodies and on our skin — as well as over our skin. On an island where there is little to no manufacturing and much of what is consumed is imported, the question of how best to balance the impact this inevitably has on the environment is being addressed in innovative ways.
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Local retailers and designers are attempting to counter the damage and inequality caused by the fashion and beauty industries by offsetting the burden of their environmental responsibility and by placing a greater emphasis on social responsibility. F A SHI O N FI XES Science has been called into the fight against the polluting effects of the fashion industry. Many design houses are eschewing the use of leather and fabrics that are difficult or environmentally harmful to manufacture, and virgin petrochemical fibres like polyester, nylon and acrylic are also being phased out. Some local fashion collections have caught on to this trend and are using materials that have been recycled from waste items recovered from landfills and the ocean, including fishing nets, fabric scraps, carpeting and industrial plastic. These products are broken down and converted into new nylon fabric of a standard and quality that is equal to the original and then reused. One of the benefits of this material is that it has the potential to be recycled indefinitely. Extending the life of an item goes a long
way to reducing waste, and another way local businesses have lowered their consumers’ environmental footprint is through a healthy disregard for so-called “fast fashion.” Several small, independent boutiques have launched in Bermuda in the last few years focusing on the careful curation of better-quality, timeless pieces which last longer and create less waste. The sale of second-hand clothes in Bermuda has also always been popular and is a great way of keeping functional and still-beautiful items in circulation for years to come. CON S CIOU S CA R E F OR THE B ODY The changes that have taken place do not only relate to fashion but extend to beauty and body care. Several local entrepreneurs have created their own natural blends for body and hair which can be found islandwide, whilst other niche retailers on the island offer natural, ecologically friendly ingredients in their products. S MA R TER S H OP P IN G Zero waste bulk shopping is available in several of the more discerning supermarkets and
stores, and everywhere you are encouraged to bring your own shopping bag or coffee cup as we move to minimise the popularity of single-use plastics. With regard to social responsibility, local businesses are putting the spotlight on and giving their support to manufacturers and businesses that pay and treat their employees fairly, ensure a safe working environment and minimise waste. Others promote brands from women-owned companies or smaller producers that source their ingredients from reputable suppliers and make the environment a priority. G OIN G F OR W A RD In Bermuda we understand the issue and impact the environment has on the wellbeing and welfare of the people who live here, and, as such, we are passionate about taking care of the resources we have. Bermudian brands have woken up to the fact that making a difference and giving back socially can actually be good for business by creating a situation where, like the nature that abounds on the island, style and substance coexist in harmony.
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popsicle? Located in Hamilton or at Royal Naval Dockyard, Duch Pops strives to quench your sweet tooth with mouth-watering frozen treats which are not only hand crafted but also naturally sourced when in season. Through a passion for Bermudian culture, this vision was brought to life by owner Rickeisha Burgess. Crafted through an array of flavours and textures, each recipe is uniquely created and given a name to represent the beautiful island. Offering catering services as well as bulk orders, Duch Pops is the ideal choice for a scrumptious, revitalising frosted treat. E.R. AUBREY JEWELLERS LIMITED 19 Queen St., Hamilton Tel: 295-3826 Website: eraubreybermuda.com Facebook: @19QueenStreet Instagram: @eraubreyjewellers TikTok: e.r.aubrey@lsadderley
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No. 1 choice for jewellery in Bermuda. They specialise in gold, diamonds, tanzanite, morganite and their exclusive Bermuda Triangle, Bermuda Lucky Stone and Bermuda Ocean Mist collections. Save 30 percent off retail prices. THE FAIR TRADE BERMUDA SHOP Clocktower Shopping Mall Royal Naval Dockyard, Sandys Tel: 232-7781 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Fair Trade Bermuda Shop, where “trade is aid,” is the place to find exotic, one-of-a-kind items from Bermuda and around the world, including arts and crafts, instruments, Asian eccentricities, clothes and household furniture. Enjoy this old-style shopping experience in Clocktower Shopping Mall, where owners Boyd and Muna Vallis work to serve you. As they say, “We are in sales, not storage, so everything is priced to sell.” There is something for everyone in this most interesting of shops.
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FLYING COLOURS 5 Queen St., Hamilton Tel: 295-0890 Website: flyingcolours.bm
Flying Colours boasts Bermuda’s widest selection of quality T-shirts, gifts and island souvenirs. Family owned and operated since 1937, the Queen Street shop is celebrated by locals and visitors alike for an ethos of quality, value and fun. The store’s two floors are loaded with locally made gifts, pink-sand jewellery, hilarious novelties, awesome Tshirts and fashion-forward beach wear, making Flying Colours the island’s favourite one-stop Bermuda shop. FRANGIPANI 13 Water St., St. George’s Tel: 297-1357 E-mail: email@example.com
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LUXURY SHOPPING range in women’s clothes in cotton, rayon and jersey. and unique gift ideas like trinket boxes. Whether you’re stepping off a cruise or relaxing at a resort, be sure to take the time to visit their store if you are looking for something special and unique to take home. GOSLINGS 33 Front St., Hamilton Tel: 298-7337 17 Dundonald St., Hamilton Tel: 298-7368 Website: goslingsrum.com
The complete island experience features Bermuda’s world-renowned Goslings Black Seal Rum. This deep, luscious rum is so versatile it can be sipped or star in any rum-based cocktail, providing an extra level of richness. It pairs superbly with nearly any cuisine and is the heart of several popular Bermuda recipes, including the famous trademarked Dark ’n Stormy® cocktail, Bermuda’s National Drink. As Bermuda’s oldest company, you’ll find all of Goslings’ award-winning rums available islandwide, in Goslings’ own shops in town and duty-free at the
airport. Look for Goslings Family Reserve Old Rum, judged the No. 1 aged rum in the world and a luscious alternative to a high-end single malt scotch or fine cognac. Goslings also produces an array of other expressions that are unique and of the highest quality: Papa Seal is ultrarare, 15-year-old aged extraordinary rum comes in a personalised bottle; Goslings Gold Seal Rum, distinctively deep flavour which carries enough gravitas to be sipped neat or mixes well into any rum cocktail; Goslings Amber Rum, dry, full flavoured and elegant. Amber is wonderful on the rocks or with soda water and a splash of orange or cranberry juice; Goslings Silver Rum, a rum created to be drunk with your favourite mixer. Try in place of vodka for a more flavourful cocktail. GRAND BAZAAR Clocktower Shopping Mall Royal Naval Dockyard, Sandys Tel: 234-4646 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Grand Bazaar welcomes you in with its colourful selection of unique Bermuda gifts
such as beach and hand towels, oceaninspired magnets, hand-painted ceramics, hanging lanterns, pouches and keychains. Island-living clothing, sweatshirts and T-shirts for ladies, men and children. Come and see their handmade fashion, silver and Bermuda sand jewellery. HOWARTH PHOTOGRAPHY LTD. Prints available online or at Brown & Co., Hamilton The Bermuda Craft Market Royal Naval Dockyard, Sandys Tel: 532-3234 Website: bermudascenics.com
Gavin Howarth is a local photographer with a deep love for Bermuda and her natural beauty. For over 10 years, he has been seeking out beautiful scenes from all over the island. Specialising in seascapes, he also has a collection of other local scenes as well as a selection of aerial images. The images are printed to the highest standard and mounted with the best possible materials that are designed to fit popular frame sizes. His rich, vibrant and detailed images can be purchased in print at select island retailers or online at bermudascenics.com.
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JENNIFER RODRIGUES DESIGNS Available at: The Bermuda Craft Market Royal Naval Dockyard, Sandys Flying Colours 5 Queen St., Hamilton Tel: 232-1884 Website: jenniferrodriguesdesigns.bm
You can find Jennifer Rodrigues Designs’ beautifully hand-fabricated jewellery at several locations islandwide. Jennifer has a deep love and admiration for the natural beauty of Bermuda. Her Bermuda Pink Sand Designs are hand carved in wax and cast in sterling silver; they will take your breath away and are one-of-a-kind keepsakes to always remember your vacation experience in Bermuda. JON FAULKNER GALLERY 7 Camber Rd. Royal Naval Dockyard, Sandys Tel: 234-5116 Website: jonfaulknergallery.com
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LUXURY SHOPPING heart of Royal Naval Dockyard. All items are handmade on-site by master potter Jon Faulkner, who is available most days to sign his work. The gallery boasts an extensive range of work, including salt-glazed wheel thrown pottery, handmade Bermuda Rockpools, ceramic house signs and Raku-fired jewellery. Jon Faulkner Gallery is a must-stop if you’re looking for high-quality and unique “Handmade in Bermuda” work. Jon Faulkner Gallery is open seven days a week, and international shipping is available. THE LILI BERMUDA PERFUMERY Stewart Hall 5 Queen St., St. George’s Tel: 293-0627 / 800-527-8213 LILI BERMUDA Butterfield Place 67 Front St., Hamilton Tel: 296-2885 Website: lilibermuda.com
The Lili Bermuda Perfumery is an internationally recognised couture perfume house that is open to visitors.
Lili Bermuda fragrances for men and women, which capture the essence of Bermuda, are created on property at Stewart Hall in St. George’s and are sold in their retail stores at Stewart Hall and their Lili Bermuda store in Hamilton. The line is sold exclusively in Bermuda and makes a crowdpleasing gift for loved ones upon your return home. The store and adjacent history room in St. George’s are open Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in summer, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the winter. Their Lili Bermuda store in Hamilton is open Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. LISA-ANNE REGO ART GALLERY Clocktower Shopping Mall Royal Naval Dockyard, Sandys Tel: 238-1407 Website: lisaregoart.com Instagram: @lisaregoartbermuda
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at the world-renowned Glasgow School of Art in Scotland. Lisa-Anne was voted one of the Top 50 Emerging Artists to the U.S. for 2012, and in 2017, and she became the officially licensed artist of the America’s Cup. She enjoys sharing the stories behind her art with her gallery visitors. THE LITTLEST DRAWBRIDGE GIFT SHOP Clocktower Shopping Mall Royal Naval Dockyard, Sandys Tel: 234-6214 Website: littlestdrawbridge.free.bm
The Littlest Drawbridge Gift Shop has been traditionally known as a unique Bermuda cedar speciality shop. Along with having the widest range of handcrafted cedar items in Bermuda, this is a one-stop shop for other Bermudamade and -inspired gift items, including sauces, hot pepper jams, cookbooks, dish towels and other related kitchen and table accessories, souvenirs and resort wear. For the cigar lovers, this shop has the most popular Cuban cigars.
MASTERWORKS MUSEUM OF BERMUDA ART Botanical Gardens 183 South Shore Rd., Paget Tel: 299-4000 Website: masterworksbermuda.org
The Masterworks Museum is Bermuda’s only purpose-built museum and is home to over 1,600 works of Bermuda-inspired art, including famous artists such as Winslow Homer, Albert Gleizes and Georgia O’Keeffe. Every month, a crosssection of local artists exhibit their works in the Rick Faries Gallery. The Arrowroot Gift Shop is home to a variety of small works created by local artisans available for purchase. The museum is open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. MERCH. Stiles House 1 King’s Square, St. George’s Tel: 703-4500 Website: themerch.space
An independent boutique established as a concept store and showroom, Merch. is located on the ground floor of Stiles House, a listed building in the centre of the historic Town of St George. With a focus on brands that value quality, sustainability and ethical production, and drawing on a growing network of local and international artisans and designers, Merch. carries a range of thoughtfully curated pieces, including clothing, accessories, jewellery, gift and resort items. Browse in store or shop online and have your purchases delivered to your hotel or guesthouse. They also ship internationally. Opening hours may vary, so please check their website for the most up-to-date information.
MODERN LIFESTYLE Clocktower Shopping Mall Royal Naval Dockyard, Sandys Tel: 516-1515 Facebook: facebook.com/bermudabags
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P-TECH 2 Reid St., Hamilton Tel: 295-5496 Website: ptech.bm
P-Tech is Bermuda’s complete electronics solution and the island’s premier provider of consumer electronics. As an authorised dealer for many reputable brands, including Bose, Sony, GoPro, RCA, Nikon, Canon and Samsung, P-Tech delivers a wide selection of goods for home, office and travel. Whether speakers, TVs, digital cameras, camcorders, smartphones, tablets, laptops or accessories: #PTechHasIt. P-Tech is conveniently located in Hamilton and is open Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. THE PHOENIX STORES LTD. The Phoenix Centre 3 Reid St., Hamilton Tel: 279-5451 Collector’s Hill Apothecary 2 South Rd., Smith’s Tel: 279-5513
Paget Pharmacy Rural Hill Plaza 130 South Rd., Paget Tel: 279-5511 Warwick Pharmacy 49 Middle Rd., Warwick Tel: 279-5557 Clarendon Pharmacy 31 Victoria St., Hamilton Tel: 279-5444 King Street Pharmacy 38 King St., Hamilton Tel: 279-5101 Woodbourne Chemist 1 Gorham Rd., Pembroke Tel: 295-2663 Dockyard Pharmacy Camber Rd. Royal Naval Dockyard, Sandys Tel: 279-5410 Website: phoenixstores.bm
The Phoenix Stores Ltd. was established in 1902 and is Bermuda’s largest pharmacy, comprised of eight convenient locations across the island: The Phoenix Centre, Collector’s Hill Apothecary, Paget Pharmacy, Warwick Pharmacy, Clarendon Pharmacy, King Street Pharmacy, Woodbourne Chemist and Dockyard Pharmacy. Its commitment to providing quality products and outstanding service makes The Phoenix Stores Ltd. a market leader in a variety of retail segments, including prescriptions, health
and beauty aids, and newsstand publications. Each location can dispense emergency prescriptions on the spot and stocks an extensive range of over-thecounter medications, health and beauty aids, postcards, souvenirs, beach gear, sun-care products, mobile phone cards, snacks, beverages, newspapers and magazines. All stores are open six days a week, whilst The Phoenix Centre, Collector’s Hill Apothecary, Paget Pharmacy and Warwick Pharmacy are also open Sundays and holidays. See ad for full hours of operation. ROBERTSON’S DRUG STORE 24 York St., St. George’s Tel: 297-1828 Pharmacy: 297-1736 Facebook: facebook.com/robertsonsdrugstore
At the heart of St. George’s is Robertson’s Drug Store, where the townsfolk have congregated for generations. This is the shop that has that special something they, and you, won’t find anywhere else. There are the usual medicines and prescriptions, drinks, snacks, toys, beach games and gear, plus sun creams and toiletries; but it’s the gifts, from Bermuda, Europe, the U.S. and beyond, that Robertson’s is famous for. That, and their friendly staff, make it your one-stop shop at the start of your discovery of St. George’s.
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Wayuu crochet and handloom. Bermudian-Colombian owner Clara uses her Colombian family heritage of bag making to produce beautiful one-of-a-kind pieces that take their inspiration from the vivid colours of Bermuda, ranging from the houses, flowers and fornax to the eyecatching colours of the Bermuda Gombey.
THE SALON STORE 81 Reid St, Hamilton Tel: 295-0177 Website: salonstore.com
The premier beauty supplier of finer beauty brands for complete body care. The professional’s choice, The Salon Store services the local salons, spas, barbers, and the stylists and beauticians with a range of quality beauty solutions, accessories and tools. These brands include Redken, Mizani, Pureology, Footlogix, Clubman, Young, Nails, Keune, Scruples, Cricket and Ba-byliss. The retail department makes it a one-stop shop for the entire family, with new selections in men’s grooming, soy candles, makeup and nails and a variety of human and braiding hair for extensions and wigs. They also provide beauty industry education and solutions with their consulting team. Friendly and knowledgeable staff on all thing’s beauty; they make your beauty shopping experience a lot easier. There is also an in-house spa, NatureScape, at your disposal. Open Monday through Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., Thursday and Friday from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m., Saturday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Expect quality! SALTWATER JEWELLERY DESIGNS 8 Water St., St. George’s Tel: 519-9906 Website: saltwaterjewellery.com
Saltwater Jewellery Designs is an elegant boutique specialising in one-of-a-kind hand-crafted jewellery that’s deeply alluring to the eye. Brilliant colours inspired from the beauty of Bermuda’s turquoise waters, coral pink shores and the daring bright hues across the island. Designers Kelli and Rose Thompson create the jewellery using Bermuda sea glass, Bermuda pink sand, semiprecious stones, Venetian glass and freshwater pearls. SEAGLASS STUDIO 8 York St., Lower Shop St. George’s Tel: 735-7181 Website: bermudaseaglassbykelly.com
Visit beachcomber Kelly Diel in her new studio, just across the street from her old location, and eight steps off Water Street. She has a treasure trove of unique hand-crafted gifts in the heart of St. George’s. Seaglass Studio is where Kelly creates one-of-a-kind jewellery from sea glass found on the local beaches. You can see the rarest colours of sea glass in orange, red and yellow. She also uses driftwood, sea pottery and other sea debris to create decorative signs, mirrors and ornamental sculptures. Visit Kelly at her studio, where you can find that special unique gift to take home.
Introducing the 2022 Oleander Coin The pink oleander flower (Nerium oleander) can easily be spotted throughout the isles of Bermuda, flowering in the warmer months between March and September. This hardy shrub was first introduced to the island around 1790 and has since become a popular staple across Bermuda’s landscape, thriving in the sometimes volatile sub-tropical climate. Historically, the oleander was, and still is, used for the practical means of providing a protective barrier to crops from the ocean breeze and aesthetically for the pure enjoyment of its spectacular pink floral display. The striking pink oleander that has become a recognisable staple in Bermuda’s culture also holds a deadly secret. Unknown to some, all aspects of the shrub, including the leaves, flowers and stem, contain a milky white sap that is extremely toxic if ingested. Nevertheless, this has not prevented the beloved flower from becoming the muse of many artists attempting to capture and savour its exquisite beauty. You can frequently spot the pink oleander displayed on objects such as the 1970’s Bermuda three-cent stamp, ornate porcelain dinnerware sets, and even bottled within bestselling perfumes, popular amongst both locals and tourists.
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LUXURY SHOPPING SWISS JEWELLERS 9 Front St., Hamilton Tel: 295-1376 Website: swissjewellers.bm
Swiss Jewellers is located in the heart of Hamilton right across from the Ferry Terminal on Front Street. It’s a professional jewellery store with an in-house watchmaker and goldsmith. Swiss Jewellers offers unique fine jewellery and a large selection of Spanish Colonial shipwreck coins, as well as ancient Greek and Roman coin jewellery. Swiss Jewellers offers unbeatable prices on engagement rings and diamonds as well as fine Swiss watches. Come and visit their store and see their extensive collection. TABS — THE AUTHENTIC BERMUDA SHORTS Walker Arcade 12 Reid St., Hamilton Tel: 704-TABS (8227) Website: tabsbermuda.com
Short for The Authentic Bermuda Shorts, TABS is Bermuda’s leading brand of island apparel. With four unique fabric types and over 30 islandinspired colours, TABS Bermuda shorts for men, women and kids have been described as “the island’s hottest, must-have item” in Frommer’s. The collection extends to award-winning swim shorts, resort wear for ladies and a brand-new Performance Line. TOUCHÉ 8 Reid St., Hamilton Tel: 295-4585
WALKER CHRISTOPHER GOLDSMITHS 29 Front St. / 3 Queen St., Hamilton Tel: 295-1466 E-mail: email@example.com Website: walkerchristopher.com
Bermuda’s best fine jeweller for nearly 40 years and recommended by Condé Nast as a top shopping experience, this workshop specialises in crafting one-of-a-kind pieces and showcases
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Touché is a hidden treasure located in the heart of Hamilton. If you are looking for unique, trendy, quality accessories, handbags, jewellery or clothing at an affordable price, Touché is the place. If you like the unusual or if you are shopping for a special occasion, day or night, the friendly and knowledgeable staff will help you find the perfect accessory to complete or complement any ensemble, with prices to meet any budget. From baubles to bags, Touché gives new meaning to the phrase “Don’t let anyone dull your sparkle!”
an excellent collection of authentic coin jewellery. Walker Christopher is the original purveyor of gold doubloons and silver pieces of eight salvaged from sunken galleons as well as Greek and Roman coins dating to 400 BC. Coins are creatively set as pendants, earrings and cuff links. Museum-quality Egyptian artefacts have been transformed into wearable art. The workshop produces its own line of Bermuda inspired jewellery and sterling silver ornaments. Visit their new showroom located above Waterfront Man on Front Street. You can enjoy harbour views whilst travelling back in time through history. The entrance is at 3 Queen Street through the turquoise gate next to the Bermuda Book Store. At the top of the stairs, pass through the glass double doors. WASHINGTON MALL Church and Reid Streets, Hamilton Tel: 295-4186 Website: washingtonmall.bm Facebook: facebook.com/washingtonmallbda
For the ultimate shopping experience, head to Washington Mall, Bermuda’s largest shopping centre located directly in the heart of Hamilton. They host over 50 retailers, offering a wide variety of shops and kiosks selling everything from leather goods, furniture, clothing and sportswear to locally made jewellery and so much more. Whilst shopping in the mall, enjoy the free Wi-Fi offered to visitors. Hungry? Washington Mall has a wide variety of dining options, ranging from restaurants to cafés, which will suit all tastes and budgets. Washington Mall has an extensive events calendar throughout the year, so be sure to check their website or Facebook page to see “What’s On.”
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WASHINGTON MALL RESTAURANTS Church and Reid Streets, Hamilton Tel: 295-4186 Website: washingtonmall.bm Facebook: facebook.com/washingtonmallbda
Hungry? Washington Mall, in the heart of Hamilton, has a wide variety of dining options to suit all tastes and budgets. For a full dining experience, head to La Trattoria, one of the longest-standing Italian restaurants in Bermuda; or Beluga Bar, the upscale seafood and sushi restaurant with an innovative Asian-inspired menu. Alternatively, The Cottage Bistro or Chatterbox make the perfect meeting spots for breakfast or lunch. In addition, Delicious has a variety of options to suit the whole family. If it’s a sweet treat you’re after, Glaze Bakery or Crow Lane Express or a mouth-watering treat from Duch Pops are sure to satisfy.
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DON’ T GIVE UP ON YOUR BEAUTY AND WELLNESS ROUTINE JUST BECAUSE YOU’RE ON HOLIDAY. THIS NIF TY GUIDE WILL SHOW YOU HOW TO STAY FIT AND WHERE TO GET GL AMMED UP ONCE YOU’RE READY FOR A LIT TLE PAMPERING .
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Exercise, Bermuda-Style Staying fit in Bermuda Beautiful is easy — as long as you know where to go. Your natural inclination is the right one: Head straight for the water! With 64 miles of coastline and some 34 public beaches, you are spoilt for choice here. From parasailing and snorkelling to swimming, stand-up paddleboarding, diving and so much more, you have plenty of options to work out your core whilst catching some rays. If you prefer your exercise to take place on land, head for one of Bermuda’s scenic golf courses or tennis courts. Whether you’re playing on the court or par for the course, you’ll have a day of fun-filled activities for your group. Bermuda also offers a range of annual sporting activities that are sure to get your heart rate up, from marathons to triathlons. Check your local listings for dates. For those that are looking for a more relaxing way to get your fit on, turn to yoga. You can practice a few classic moves from the comfort of your hotel room, but if you’re looking for a little guidance, turn to the pros. Build your inner calm whilst practicing a variety of stretches in front of St. George’s Harbour at studios like Just Breathe Yoga, which offers an interesting mix of classes, from traditional Vinyasa and stretching to meditation — an opportunity to be more present whilst enjoying the soothing ocean breeze.
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Getting Fit on the Fly You don’t need equipment to stay fit on the fly; just a pair of trainers (athletic shoes). Lace them up and head to the Bermuda Railway Trail — 18 miles of great views and natural wonders that spans the island from end to end. Once the primary means of transportation for Bermudians, it’s now mainly a trail for walkers and cyclists. But don’t let the size scare you; the trail is divided into nine sections ranging between one mile and nearly four miles long and broken up throughout the parishes. This railway is great for joggers, too, as the terrain varies greatly, from flat, paved stretches to sections with steeper slopes and bridges. All Dolled Up After a day out burning calories, there’s no better remedy than a little R&R. Looking to get dolled up whilst enjoying the finer things Bermuda has to offer? Your hair has options. Head to Hamilton, where salons like Ja’Nauzi’s offer the full star treatment: pedicures with foot massages, manicures and the natural approach to hair — quite literally. Ja’Nauzi’s
embraces your hair’s natural type and texture — and they’re experts in their field, specialising in multi-ethnic hair. Want a day of pampering for a special night out? You’re spoilt for choice in Bermuda. The world-class Sense®, A Rosewood Spa, at Rosewood Bermuda offers relaxing beauty treatments galore — from indulgent massages to manicures and pedicures. Inspired by Bermuda’s rich culture, you can relax in their various luxurious lounge spaces and serene reflecting pool post treatment, for that extra me time. The Salon Store has an in-house day and evening spa and cosmetic centre, NatureScape Spa, which has a plethora of treatments available — from body wraps and massages to nail care. But it’s their exclusive, organic brand, Eminence of Hungary, and Footlogix, their medi-pedicure line, that make them a standout. If you’re in a rush, the spa offers a lunch hour 45-minute express head and upper-body massage, for those that need to de-stress, whilst still having enough time to enjoy all Bermuda has to offer.
For those that are looking for a more relaxing way to get your fit on, turn to yoga.
A SENSE OF WELLNESS Inspired by Bermuda’s natural serenity, SENSE®, A Rosewood Spa, offers an immersive world of wellness that encourages true relaxation for the body, mind and spirit.
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ense®, A Rosewood Spa, at Rosewood Bermuda has a newly launched spa menu that offers a more natural and organic methodology, with proven results. Whilst they continue to offer popular treatments like the Bermuda Paw Paw Massage and the Beekeeper Honey & Cane Sugar Therapy, it’s their botanical gardens that supply many of the ingredients offered in their treatments. Tropical herbs, plants and fruits provide the inspiration for their signature
treatments, which range from Bermuda lilies to natural aloe and honey. Whether you’re there for a spa journey, a Sense of Body therapy treatment or the finishing touches, you’re sure to get the royal treatment with the treatments and products that are available there exclusively. Privately tucked away at The Salon Store in the City of Hamilton, you’ll find an escape from the hustle and bustle of Bermuda. As the name might suggest, the owners of NatureScape Spa seek to get as close to nature as possible, providing clients with natural, organic and Biodynamic® products, like their Éminence organic skin-care line. This line uses Biodynamic® farming practices in producing their products. Seeds are planted and crops are harvested following the lunar cycle so that when the tides are high, roots receive the most moisture and goodness; and as an alternative to harsh pesticides, the farm uses herbal teas and plant-friendly honey traps from local bees as natural insect repellents ensuring that all Biodynamic® ingredients are farmed as naturally as possible.
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With so much to fill your itinerary, you’re sure to find just what you’re looking for in Bermuda. Here are our top picks for beauty and wellness. JA’NAUZI’S HAIR SALON 63 King St., Hamilton Tel: 296-0075 / 295-6622 Website: janauzis.com
The Ja’Nauzi’s salon concept embraces the hair’s natural type and texture by utilising strong technical skills and quality products to give options to all hair — whether coarse, medium, fine, curly, straight, coiled or a combination of them all. If you are looking for a new hairstyle, colour enhancement, an ef-
JUST BREATHE YOGA 32 Water St., St George’s Tel: 707-5001 Website: justbreatheyoga.bm
This beautiful boutique studio is filled with love and inspiration. Located in a historic building with exposed cedar beams, this studio offers a beautiful view of the harbour. The Just Breathe space is dedicated to healing and nourishment of the body, mind and soul. You can expect an inclusive and welcoming atmosphere, no extra fees to use yoga mats, and cosy classes with 12 students or less. Because of their smaller class sizes, you will receive much more personalised attention from their experienced teachers. Bonus: After class, head downstairs by the water and enjoy a delicious cup of coffee or tea from their Just Breathe coffee van. Visitors of all levels are welcome.
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fective home care regimen, a creative updo for a special occasion or even a full head of braids or twist extensions, treat yourself to the experience and expertise of Ja’Nauzi’s professional team. Amongst their speciality services are colouring, chemical hair relaxing, texturising and permanent hair waving, cutting and hair makeovers, keratin and smoothing treatments, hair braiding, weaving, dreadlocks and barbering. Natural Afro coiled, curly and wavy hair is best understood at Ja’Nauzi’s, with a number of options for some of these challenged texture types. They use and recommend Redken and Mizani hair-care products. Visit them for a free consultation at their King Street location in Hamilton. Open Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sundays or visit them at janauzis.com. Your hair has options!
NATURESCAPE SPA AT THE SALON STORE 81 Reid St., Hamilton Tel: 295-3171 / 295-0177 Website: naturescape.bm
The Salon Store’s in-house day and evening spa and cosmetic centre provides a unique experience for those seeking cosmetic services, including massages, facials, body wraps, feet and nail care, all in a relaxed setting. Their exclusive organic brand Éminence of Hungary offers a range of solutions, and Footlogix, their medi-pedicure line, guarantees complete foot care. The lunch hour 45-minute express head and upper-body massage is offered to those who need a quiet detachment and de-stress from the workplace; their therapeutic massages are considered amongst the best on the island. Hours: Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.; and Sunday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. SENSE ® , A ROSEWOOD SPA Rosewood Bermuda 60 Tucker’s Point Dr. Hamilton Parish Tel: 298-4030 Website: rosewoodhotels.com/en/
The world-class Sense®, A Rosewood Spa, offers a soothing escape from the everyday, with relaxing beauty treatments inspired by Bermuda’s rich culture, ranging from massages and facials to manicures and pedicures. In this indulgent atmosphere, complete with luxurious lounge spaces and serene reflecting pool, guests can relax, allowing the mind and body to be rejuvenated by a soothing sense of tranquillity. Experience its signature treatments, which include the Cedar Warming Massage from the comfort of luxurious treatment suites. Following a treatment, a wellness menu featuring superfoods offers delicious and highly nutritious dining options that are served poolside.
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