Meet the two women with a vision to create an inclusive, welcoming space in the English literary scene by opening a feminist bookshop and café in Paris.
What better way to spend the longest day of the year than by making music late into the night? For the 35th edition of la Fête de la Musique in Paris, the theme is "Music is stronger than…", an uplifting appeal to unite as a community after a difficult year.
The French excel in the art of eating and revel with every delicious mouthful of food. The idea of not eating certain things, especially something as delectable as a French pastry, is almost unfathomable to most French people. However, with the ever-growing number of people becoming gluten-free, Paris had a choice to make… and so did I.
Working mom and sports enthusiast Carra Sutherland has created an ideal sports and detox retreat — one that combines sport, a balanced, tasty and generous diet, fun, leadership and mental coaching sessions and ... the possibility for guests to bring their kids with them during the school holidays!
Three Asian-American girls from California are on a serious mission to find the best tasting Asian restaurants in Paris. With over 90 restaurants tested, the ChopChicks in Paris, are on an enviable gastronomical treasure hunt. Discover their favorite picks.
Why do I love haute couture days in Paris? Because of the splendid spectacle displayed in each couture show. Clothes, like works of art, glide down the runway created from lush fabrics, cut with supernatural skill, adorned with sumptuous embroidery. Each couture show is a unique vision of a master designer not constrained by mass demand but by his or her unique vision of sartorial perfection.
Meet Anna Ruohonen, the Finnish designer who has carved herself a special niche in the French fashion world with her ethical approach and timeless style.