For its reopening after two years of work, the Palais Galliera celebrates Gabrielle Chanel. This eagerly awaited retrospective – the first in Paris dedicated to the designer – will bring together an exceptional selection of more than 350 pieces from around the world to present a style that has revolutionized fashion and women’s allure.
At the end of the verdant impasse Villa Riberolle, which adjoins the Père-Lachaise, nestles an address, unusual for the uninitiated. A few steps lead to Caché, a restaurant-bar with a New York industrial-loft style with minimalist and intimate decoration. Flooded with light under its glass roof, the place was an old printing house converted by […]
When he launched Asphalte in 2016, William Hauvette wanted to solve a simple problem: how to sell reasonably priced clothing that costs a lot to produce?
No one was expecting it! After an absence of four years, Lady Gaga, who released her sixth albumentitled “Chromatica” in May, is launching her summer podcast: “Gaga Radio.”
India, its colors, its smiles, its perfumes, its spices … Want to immerse yourself in Indian culture for a day? Follow us for a colorful stroll in the heart of Paris! Head for the Indian district, also called Little India or Little Jaffna. Located rue du Faubourg-Saint-Denis, between La Chapelle metro station and the Gare […]
ART OF CONNECTION, Encountering African design at Paris Design Week.
In Japan, beauty is a truly ceremonial ritual with codified practices that Japanese women have continued to cultivate and enrich over the centuries. Who amongst us has never dreamed of knowing the secrets of their fresh, immaculate complexion?
Creating theatrical visuals from another world, French director Quentin Deronzier has developed over the years a unique taste for electric color palettes and surrealist concepts. Through his creations Quentin Deronzier explores distorting ideas, always on the borderline between the real and the impossible. Quentin has worked with countless artists, personalities and brands around the world. […]
The concept of “ casual food” cuisine appeared in the USA in the 2000s, then has spread to France. Now the concept is experiencing a real boom. It can be summed up in three words: fast, healthy and casual food. Fast-casual food is replacing fast food, with healthy meals on the go that are environmentally […]
What if the real cause of the French Revolution wasn’t the one you were taught? This is what you will discover by watching the new series produced by Netflix: The Revolution.