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Clicking through new digital travel magazine Wayfare is as cozy and inviting as browsing your friends’ vacation photos. Which is exactly what editor in chief Erica Dublin is aiming for. The Lafayette resident has been to 17 countries and wants to inspire others to explore more, too—even if it’s in their own hometown. “Travel has always been my lifestyle; it’s my every day,” she says. “And I want the world to be opened a little bit more than it currently is.”
Wayfare brings home and style savvy to traditional travel coverage. In addition to dream-worthy photos of Canada and Hong Kong, the pilot issue includes retro flying fashion inspired by TV shows Mad Men and Pan Am, map-print home decor picks, and a vicarious traveler section, with Parisian song, book, app, and blog suggestions for those who can’t get to France in person.
The official first issue—highlighting Northern California’s surf community and New Zealand travel for families—is due out July 5.
View it online or download to your tablet for free at wayfaremag.com.