Suzi Siegel

"Bronx native Suzi Siegel is an award-winning crime reporter turned travel writer. She’s written about murder and mayhem for the Detroit Free Press and international fashion for Marie Claire. Her first book, Tiny New York, is about the littlest things in the biggest city. The undersized coffee table book was chosen by Fodor’s as one of year’s best travel books. Siegel lives in Jackson Heights, Queens, one of the nation’s most diverse neighborhoods, because it’s exactly like traveling even though it’s home.

Most Recent Works

Behold the Caftan, the Ultimate Vacation Outfit

Behold the Caftan, the Ultimate Vacation Outfit

The caftan may have its roots in the ancient lands of the Fertile Crescent, but the multitasking garment is still relevant today. Doing triple duty as a beach coverup, a party dress, and everything in between, the caftan is a perfect travel partner.
17 Ways to Make Maps Look Seriously Fashionable

17 Ways to Make Maps Look Seriously Fashionable

Old-fashioned maps, once a traveler’s best friend, have fallen into oblivion thanks to the GPS on our smartphones. But that doesn’t mean we still can’t take them along with us on our voyage.