VanityBA: Gorgeous Uruguay Lands On The Cover of Vogue

In the world of fashion, you know you’ve made it when you land on the cover of Vogue, so the new issue is some serious Manhattan validation for one gorgeous rising star…Uruguay. Vogue chose Uruguay as the background for the May issue with celebrated fashion photographer Mario Testino capturing the natural beauty of Uruguay, a polo match, the rolling hills …

VanityBA: Palermo The Preferred Destination For Buenos Aires Dining

When it comes to dining out, the Buenos Aires neighborhood of Palermo is far and away the favorito gastronomico for locals, according to a recent poll conducted at the Buenos Aires Market food fair. According the La Nacion’s Angeles Castro, 53.5% of all respondents said they prefer dining out in Palermo. In fact, Palermo took the top three spots in …

VanityBA: Maxima’s Meteoric Rise From BA Teen To Dutch Queen

She was born in Buenos Aires to a middle class family, and today she becomes the Queen of the Netherlands. As Princess of the Netherlands for the past eleven years, Maxima has won the hearts of her fellow Dutch citizens, as well as Argentines who have been swept up in what the local press is describing as Maximania. La Nacion’s …

VanityBA: The 10 Best Wines From Argentina

The Vinos & Bodegas section of iProfesional features a rundown of the Top 10 Wines in Argentina according to Stephen Tanzer and his bimonthly publication for wine enthusiasts, International Wine Cellar. The Top 10 Argentine Wines on Tanzer’s list have scores ranging from 93+ to 95+ and prices ranging from $59 to $230. Both Malbecs and the Catena Zapata Bodega …

VanityBA: The Running Boom Sprints Through Argentina

In terms of competition, Argentina has long been associated with classic team sports like futbol, rugby, polo and field hockey. But it’s an individual sport that has swept through the country in recent years winning converts, alleviating stress and changing lifestyles. “The Running Boom: In 4 Years, The Number of Runners In Argentina Doubled” is the headline of Fernando Soriano’s …