Fashion shows: a bit of optimism in Nicolas Di Felice’s first collection

For his first collection at the head of Courrèges, Nicolas Di Felice, the new artistic director, was inspired by the joyful heritage of the famous fashion house to project it into an optimistic future. The young prodigy has succeeded in creating a coherent and unmissable collection that reflects the expectations of our time.

From Paris, a trip to… Uzbekistan

Despite the closing of the Schengen borders, some places in Paris still allow us to escape to other countries. Just push the door of “La Maison de l’Ouzbékistan” in the heart of the French capital to be transported to a fascinating country. An open window to this country’s rich culture and artisanal ways, this Central […]

Trone, the stylish toilet to be seen on

When, two years ago, Hugo Volpei announced that he wanted to revolutionize the experience of going to the bathroom by making the toilet an object of desire, he left his interlocutors stunned.

Arturo Arita: Floral sculptures and chromatic symphonies

Arturo Arita

As a florist of the new generation, Arturo Arita shakes up the codes of floral art with contemporary, colorful, and graphic compositions, inspired by his Central-American origins. After the remarkable inauguration of a space conceived as a floral gallery a year ago, he is preparing to offer a digital version with the opening of his […]

Roasting: The Great Return of Traditional Coffees

Paris Coffee Revolution

And one more! Recently inaugurated in the Mouffetard neighborhood, a new place dedicated to coffee has just opened its doors in Paris. Under the name Loutsa, this boutique is the first Parisian address of this Lyon-based roaster. True to its promise, Loutsa offers the opportunity to experience the roasting process and discover multiple flavors of […]

Four Great Parisian Street Artists

Jef Aerosol

In France, street art, as an individual initiative, started with social movements like the one of May 68. Pioneer street artists such as Ernest Pignon-Ernest contributed to its arrival, creating works on the streets in a spontaneous and illegal way. Today, the streets of Paris offer a diversity of works by recognized street artists that […]

Open-air Art: A Stroll Through the Can’t-miss Parisian Street Art Spots

Street Art

Often provocative, sometimes funny or with strong political connotations, street art first started by invading public spaces illegally before gaining recognition as a discipline in its own right, carried by major artists and recognized by renowned institutions and critics. In France, particularly in Paris and its suburbs, graffiti and tags have multiplied on walls and […]