Paris, Dubai and Rome have emerged as the favorite travel destinations outside Asia among Chinese tourists, the largest outbound travel market in the world.
Shang Xia, the Chinese subsidiary of Hermès International, will open its first French store in Paris’s ultra-chic Saint-Germain-des-Près neighborhood on September 12.
American fashion designer Ralph Lauren is set to come to the rescue of the famous art school, the École des Beaux-Arts, with a multi-million dollar gift to help restore the site in Paris’s Latin Quarter.
Just three months after opening the flagship location on Paris’s Avenue Montaigne, Saint Laurent will close the boutique in August to tweak the space.
Belles lettres-inspired hotels are catching on in Paris, and Les Plumes and Le Marcel, which opened in late June, are the latest newcomers to the club.
Europe is the leader when it comes to museum culture, with nine of the top 20 visited sites split between London and Paris.
Le Royal Monceau is the latest top-end Paris hotel to receive the prestigious Palace rating — one step higher than five stars — from the French government.
Dior shot a spectacular Fall 2013 campaign in a dramatic Opéra Garnier, Paris.
Paris is poised to get its first sake tasting salon in a bid to demystify the Japanese rice wine that is still relatively unknown to Western consumers.
Paris and New York have emerged as the most popular and sought-after travel destinations for 2013, according to travel site TripAdvisor.
The diffusion line by luxury brand Maison Martin Margiela has opened its first European store in the French capital.
Headed to Paris anytime soon? Expect to throw any low-carb regimes to the wind and indulge in the best breads in the world.
The Hotel de Crillon in Paris, one of the world’s oldest luxury hotels, is closing this weekend for a two-year-long makeover that includes a new spa and sweeping renovations.
5,200 photos of The Eiffel Tower have been uploaded and shared on TripAdvisor over the last 13 years, more than any other landmark or site in the world.
Paris Saint-Germain will pay the hotel bill for David Beckham during his five-month stay at the club. He will stay at the Royale Suite at Le Bristol Hotel.
French luxury house Chanel is set to start work on extending the famous Rue Cambon store for a 2016 opening.
Women in Paris can finally wear trousers without fear of criminal prosecution after the government said a more than 200-year-old ban no longer had any legal effect. Najat Vallaud-Belkacem, France’s minister of women’s rights, said in a statement that the ban, imposed on November 17, 1800, was incompatible with modern French values and laws. The … Continued
On certain Saturdays of the month, guests can indulge in an elegant tea while watching a fashion show at the Bristol hotel in Paris’s 8th arrondissement.
Renowned macaron maker Ladurée has expanded its sweets repertoire with the opening of an opulent chocolate boutique in Paris near the Tuileries Gardens.
Chinese shoe brand Stella Luna has opened its first European store on the famous Boulevard Saint-Germain in the French capital.