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Chanel Airlines Now Boarding: Lagerfeld Reimagines French Travel for S/S 2016

BY : Marissa Stempien | 2015

Karl Lagerfeld keeps coming up with new and interesting ways to reimagine the space at the Grand Palais. This season he turned Chanel’s Spring/Summer 2016 runway show into a chic airport terminal—supermodels bustled through the boarding...

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Guillaume Henry Just Misses the Mark for Nina Ricci Spring/Summer 2016

BY : Marissa Stempien | 2015

For his second collection helming the Nina Ricci house, Guillaume Henry wanted to focus on creating a line, and a woman, that men would “fall in love with.” An admirable goal, but one that was better in theory than execution. The...

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Raf Simons Reimagines the Simple Ease of the Season for Dior Spring/Summer 2016

BY : Marissa Stempien | 2015

For Dior’s Spring/Summer 2016 collection at Paris Fashion Week, Raf Simons showed a paired down collection among a meadow of blue delphiniums in the courtyard of the Carré du Louvre. Paris’ fashion elite sat along the front row...

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Jonathan Anderson Turns Junk Into Treasure at Loewe's SS16 Presentation

BY : Marissa Stempien | 2015

Textures and unconventional materials have been taking over the runway at Paris Fashion Week, but none were as unexpected as the funky designs at Jonathan Anderson’s Loewe Spring/Summer 2016 presentation. The designer prefaced the show by...

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John Galliano Refocuses on Ready-to-Wear for Maison Margiela SS16

BY : Marissa Stempien | 2015

For many, today’s Maison Margiela show at Paris Fashion Week marked the first signs of John Galliano’s return to ready-to-wear. While he’s been the designer of Maison Margiela for two seasons, his first show felt hesitant—he...

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Dine with Renowned Authors at Hôtel Le Bristol's Dinner Series Featuring 3-Star Michelin Chef Éric Fréchon

BY : Mila Pantovich | 2015

Do you love drinking wine and chatting about books over gourmet cuisine prepared by a three-star Michelin chef? Who wouldn’t? Well, Hôtel Le Bristol is celebrating the creative achievements of renowned literary figures by putting on...

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Auberge du Jeu de Paume is More Than a Place to Sleep, It's a Foodie Haven

BY : Diane Sukiennik & Michael Reiss | 2015

Located near Paris, the town of Chantilly in France is famous for its château, gardens and equestrian fame. One of the city’s best hotels is Auberge Du Jeu de Paume, which sits just a few minute’s walk from the Châteaux de...

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Louis Vuitton Celebrates Over 160 Years With Grand Palais Parisian Exhibit

BY : Marissa Stempien | 2015

This winter, fashion is set to celebrate Louis Vuitton with an exhibition at the Grand Palais in Paris. The show, titled Volez, Voguez, Voyagez—Louis Vuitton, will open December 4 and run through February 21, 2016. Curated by Olivier...

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Good News! The Palace of Versailles May Finally Be Getting its Own Luxury Hotel

BY : Mila Pantovich | 2015

The Palace of Versailles is without a doubt one of the most popular and stunning places to visit in France. Since the 17th century, the King Louis XIV-built château (and to a larger extent, its surrounding city) has been the epicenter of not...

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Grand Pigalle Hotel Is a Quintessential Parisian Retreat in the 9th Arrondissement

BY : Sean Hillen | 2015

With hotel balconies overlooking the cobble-stoned, tree-lined Avenue Frochot in the south Pigalle district where Toulouse-Lautrec once lived, you almost feel like you’ve been transported into Woody Allen’s Midnight in Paris. Located on...

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Last Chance to Buy a Ticket to Secret Brunch & Hobnob With Paris’ Elite Trendsetters

BY : Marissa Stempien | 2015

On July 25, Secret Brunch will be holding their annual Champagne rendezvous somewhere within the city of Paris. This ultra-luxe party held at an undisclosed location, will be revealed to ticket holders only on the day of the bash. Those who score a...

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Champagne & Burgundy Regions Awarded UNESCO World Heritage Status for Contributions to Wine

BY : Marissa Stempien | 2015

Over the weekend, the World Heritage Committee granted UNESCO World Heritage status to both the Burgundy and Champagne regions of France. The meeting, which took place in Bonn, Germany on Saturday, recognized the two areas for their history,...

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