on 29th June 2012 | No Comments »
Three days and two nights in a Paris art gallery windowfront, with books and passers-by for company, a male model got settled in Wednesday for what is being billed as the longest-ever fashion show.
Scott Sternberg, founder of the fast-growing US label Band Of Outsiders, took over the gallery to showcase a look inspired by the Occupy protest movement — and make his Paris debut on the sidelines of this week’s menswear shows.
BMW has opened a flagship store in Paris, set to be the first of an Apple-like network of ‘experience stores’.
The new 800-square-meter store is designed as part-showroom, part-tourist attraction and occupies a central location in one of Paris’s most desirable streets, the Avenue George V.
Among the retail store’s gleaming white walls and large display screens are several BMW models, ranging from sports cars to sedans, which visitors can get close to.
Zagat readers have chosen their favorite Parisian restaurants, giving a tip of their berets in both food and service to Taillevent, a classic, fine dining institution near the Champs-Elysées that has succeeded in trumping culinary titans like Alain Ducasse and Guy Savoy.
The world’s most romantic city, Paris, has been named the most expensive city in the world to order a Club Sandwich, according to research released today by Hotels.com.
The title of Paris’s best baguette has, for the fifth time in six years, gone to one of the bakeries situated in the city’s 18th arrondissement.
And while first-time visitors to Paris may delight in any which baguette from any which bakery, not all are created equal.
Here’s primer on how to tell a good baguette from a mediocre one, with tips collected from popular Paris food bloggers David Lebovitz, an American expat and former professional baker, Paris by Mouth and Chocolate and Zucchini.
Luxury and sustainable development may sound like polar opposites, but green pioneers gathered at a Paris show at the weekend were betting on a cleaner, fairer future for the industry.
Created in 2010, the four-day Paris event, dubbed “1.618 Sustainable Luxury”, brought together some 40 firms, inventors and foundations, that aim to reconcile luxury with ethics and environmental good practice.