Category Paris city guide

Bruncher à Paris – terrace time

It’s terrace time in the city of love! That’s why I want to share with you the best brunch I’ve had on a Parisian terrace. In the center of the 6th arrondissement, just a stone’s throw away from the crowded Odeon you can find a  place so peaceful and so attractive that you’ll have to ask yourself “is this some kind […]

Dries Van Noten’s chambers of wonder

Sometimes I just want to spend my whole day in the musée des Arts décoratifs in Paris. Every time it’s a new adventure.  This time my imagination was captured by works and inspirations of the Belgian fashion designer Dries Van Noten.  This is the very first exhibition devoted to his work. The iconic pieces from the museum’s fashion and […]

April in Paris

April in ParisChestnuts in blossomHoliday tables under the treesApril in ParisThis is the feelingNo one can ever repriseI never knew the charm of springI never met it face to faceI never new my heart could singNever missed a warm embraceTill April in Paris, Whom can I run toWhat have you done to my heart… Enjoy the […]

Coming into Fashion

When it comes to exhibitions I have to admit that I’m a little bit addicted to them. I just love to visit them all the time, on my own, all alone. Favorite ones? Those representing fashion /or/ photography.  I was waiting for so long for this one! The exhibition Papier glacé, un siècle de photographie de mode chez Condé Nast  […]

Vie Parisienne

There is something about Paris that makes it so different from all the other places. After a long reflection I think it’s all about the famous lifestyle à la parisien. Sometimes I have an impression that we re not from the same planet. They are so relaxed in their chairs sitting all around Jardin du […]

3X1 //resto, bar, salon de thé//

I have some new Parisian food addresses to share with you. As you know Paris is famous for its Asian restaurants, some of them are really good, some are a bad copy of real Asian food, some serve ‘fusion’ food. This Cambodgian restaurant is really special and pretty popular in Paris, it’s called simply  Le Camodge. […]

Inspirations Parisiennes: MERCI

Paris is a movable inspiration. That been said I really mean that the whole Paris, its streets, stairs, architecture, magasins, marchés, brocantes, salon de thé, brasseries, chocolateries, boulangeries, even metro can (just sometime) be some kind of an inspiration. When it comes to the interior design I can not even imagine the number of stores proposing everything from antique furniture […]