Vogue: “The Most Stylish Street In Bermuda”

August 5, 2016

Vogue Magazine has taken the time to highlight “the most stylish street in Bermuda,” showcasing Hamilton’s Front Street and calling the island “a tropical Arcadia set among the coral reefs of the Atlantic.”

The story said “With its limestone cottages painted in sherbet-color hues, golf courses as green as shamrocks, powdery pink sand beaches, and iridescent turquoise waters, Bermuda is a tropical Arcadia set among the coral reefs of the Atlantic.”

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“It’s an otherworldly time warp of English gentility—and, just like its quirky British traditions and distinctive pastel architecture, the isle is about as old-school as it gets when it comes to having some of the world’s most charming centuries-old shops and traditional family-run emporiums.

“Along Front Street, the main drag in the capital harborside city of Hamilton, you’ll find a coterie of quaint shops and must-see sights tucked along the rows of scalloped stucco buildings and picturesque storefronts with breezy verandas—and they’re all within a radius of just a few colorful blocks.”

626 Hamilton  generic February 2016

“From rainbow-bright Bermuda shorts and Black Seal Rum to royal china, stationery, and museum-worthy modern art, here’s our insider island guide to where to stop along Front Street, the most stylish street in Bermuda.

“So skip the tourist traps and souvenir stores, and hit a handful of Hamilton’s iconic and locals-approved gems instead.”

Click here to read the full story on Vogue.com.

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  1. Eve says:

    Just think what a story this could be if Trimmingham’s and Smith’s were still on Front Street! The government wasn’t interested in protecting such valuable assets both for locals and visitors.

    • Shiny says:

      You do realize both those were PRIVATE companies?

      • Eve says:

        You do realize a well run government is required for private companies to operate profitably!!

        • You do realize that de Trimmingham and Smith’s families are not in economic sufferation for a few generations.

        • bluwater says:

          Actually, it’s more like they needed to keep up contemporary markets.

          • mixitup says:

            ^^^ digging hard and fast for ‘someone’ to blame…lol Go ahead let keep digging while we sit here and laugh at you..

      • Arthur A. Francis says:

        It is sad that these companies are no longer there.

  2. Cow polly says:

    No matter how hard Dr Brown tried to change their perception, at the end of the day our tourists want the British connection and if we want to return to being a prime vacation destination we will be wise to give them what they want……. with a bit of island flavor sprinkled on the top

  3. Keepin' it Real!...4Real! says:

    They had visions…hence their success…and they had more visions…hence their departure.

    HSBC…nothing more I will say.

  4. Cahow Now says:

    Pretty street.

    Just be sure to wear shoes at all times on the beaches because of the broken bottles .

  5. bluwater says:

    In other words……pretty dull.

  6. Common Sense says:

    Is there any chance at all of avoiding the politicking going on above, and simply say Wow, thanks Vogue for a
    great and very positive article on Front Street and Bermuda? If we are to have any chance of continuing to attract visitors to our Island and improve our economy we actually need to pull together and praise positive comments such as those made in this article. Surely this is an occasion where politics need to be put to one side. Surely, a simple “thank you” to Vogue would be appropriate.