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Hotel Bel Ami Makes Paris a Little More Accessible

BY : Carin von Berg | 2016

Located just around the corner from Paris’ famed Café de Flore in the heart of Saint-Germain-des-Prés lies the chic Hotel Bel Ami. The hotel is perfectly situated among Paris’ hippest galleries, cafés and boutiques,...

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Experience Paris Like A Fashion Week Insider

BY : Carin von Berg | 2016

There’s nothing like being in Paris during Fashion Week. Not only is the city flooded with some of the best designers in the world, but the French destination is booming with parties, events and plenty of opportunities to hobnob the...

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5 Steps to the Perfect Parisian Picnic

BY : The LuxeNomad | 2016

After a week, or long weekend sightseeing in Paris, what could be better than buying local produce on a Sunday morning from one of the many food markets; walking to the Parc du Champ ­de ­Mars to enjoy the feast and take in the view of...

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Shchukin's 130-Piece Collection Finally Gets Its Proper Exhibition

BY : Nicolle Monico | 2016

It’s been 119 years since one of the most important modern art collections in history has been available to the public. Owned by Russian textile tycoon Sergei Shchukin, the 130 works of art are now being exhibited at the Fondation Louis...

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Paris' Newest Museum Trades Framed Art for Digital Displays

BY : Nicolle Monico | 2016

It’s said to become Paris’ first digital museum of fine art and will offer art aficionados a new way to view large-scale, projection-based exhibits. Set in the 11th arrondissement, L’Atelier des Lumières (The Workshop of...

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Finding a Perfect Parisian Vacation Rental

BY : Oscar Raymundo | 2016

Our Parisian apartment was on the second floor of a residential building on the Left Bank, right around the corner from the picturesque open-air market on Rue Cler. Here, true Parisians shop for flowers, croissants and coffee on Sunday...

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Afternoon Teas With a Certain Je Nais Se Qua

BY : Sean Hillen | 2016

Once the sacred preserve of England, afternoon tea has become a common practice across Europe, with different countries providing their unique takes on the longstanding custom. Like the United Kingdom, France has adopted its own version of the...

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Merlin's Medieval Castle in France

BY : Sean Hillen | 2016

The Château de Pierrefonds, the atmospheric central location for the popular BBC series Merlin, is located a two-hour drive north-east of Paris, and was originally built by Duke Louis of Orleans in the 14th century. This impressive...

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Chef Nobu Takes His Iconic Sushi to Paris

BY : Lauren Brown West-Rosenthal | 2016

If you haven’t been to one of Nobu Matsuhisa’s restaurants, you’re doing your taste buds a disservice. With signature dishes such as Black Cod with Miso, the Albacore Tuna Sashimi with Jalapeño Peppers and Sashimi Tacos, the...

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The Champs-Élysées Takes a Sabbath on Sundays

BY : Nicolle Monico | 2016

This past Sunday, pedestrians had the right-of-way all day while strolling Paris’ Champs-Élysées Avenue. Closing its thoroughfare to traffic, the city’s authorities enabled visitors to walk the 1.2-mile-long street without...

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Marimekko Showcases Wearable and Sophisticated Prints

BY : Marissa Stempien | 2016

If Finnish house Marimekko is known for anything it’s their eccentric prints. The sophomore collection from Creative Director Anna Teurnell followed this formula to the letter, as she sent big patterns on cuddly outerwear down the runway....

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Giambattista Valli Takes Moncler Gamme Rouge to the Alps

BY : Marissa Stempien | 2016

Winter was on Giambattista Valli’s mind when he presented the Moncler Gamme Rouge Fall 2016 collection today at Paris Fashion Week. The runway more closely resembled a ski run, with models walking along a snowy path, the mountains of the Swiss...

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