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Meet Lindsey Tramuta, Author of The New Parisienne
October 14, 2020 @ 7:00 pm
Join INSPIRELLE at the lovely Free Persephone Spa to meet Lindsey Tramuta, author of the recently-released book The New Parisienne: The Women & Ideas Shaping Paris.
Pauline Lemasson, formerly of the American Library in Paris, will moderate a discussion and Q&A about Lindsey’s new book which shines a light on some of the fascinating women who are currently making Paris the exciting city that it is.
Wednesday, October 14, 7pm – 9pm
Free Persephone Spa
66 Boulevard Raspail, 75006 Paris
T: +33 (0)1 42 22 13 04
10 € INSPIRELLE members (with promo code)
15 € non-members
Note: We will observe numerous safety measures to ensure the health and safety of all participants during the event including airing and disinfecting the venue, providing hand sanitizer and limiting the number of attendees to 30 to ensure social distancing. We ask that all participants wear a mask during the event, except when you are eating or drinking.
About Lindsey Tramuta:
Lindsey is a Paris-based journalist and author who moved to Paris from Philadelphia nearly 14 years ago. Since her arrival, she has covered lots of not-so-cliché topics, uncovered new trends, shared her travels, and met an inspiring group of Francophiles along the way.
Lindsey writes for a number of web and print publications including: The New York Times, The New York Times T Style Magazine, Conde Nast Traveler, Afar Magazine, Bon Appétit, Food & Wine, the Financial Times Weekend Magazine, Fortune, Martha Steward Weddings, and Travel & Leisure.
You can read more about Lindsey and her new book on INSPIRELLE’s website.
And a review from Goodreads:
The New Parisienne focuses on one of the city’s most prominent features, its women. Lifting the veil on the mythologized Parisian woman—white, lithe, ever fashionable—Lindsey Tramuta demystifies this oversimplified archetype and recasts the women of Paris as they truly are, in all their complexity. Featuring 50 activists, creators, educators, visionaries, and disruptors—like Leïla Slimani, Lauren Bastide, and Mayor Anne Hidalgo—the book reveals Paris as a blossoming cultural center of feminine power. Both the featured women and Tramuta herself offer up favorite destinations and women-owned businesses, including beloved shops, artistic venues, bistros, and more. The New Parisienne showcases “Parisianness” in all its multiplicity, highlighting those who are bucking tradition, making names for themselves, and transforming the city.
- Free Persephone Spa
66 Boulevard Raspail
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