New Fashion Exhibition 2018- Margiela: The Hèrmes years in Paris, France. Come check out my photo review of this iconic Deconstruction designer for Hèrmes.
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When I first moved to Paris over a year ago, I went on an expedition to search for the best supermarkets in town. While it’s nice to head to a local French market from time to time, most of us aren't available to shop from 8am-2pm. One of the things I look for in a …
It was an honor to attend my first French wedding this past weekend in a beautiful town 30 minutes from Bordeaux in Rions, France. I went with no expectations and was delightfully surprised. Think unlimited champagne and non-stop dancing. We took the brand new double decker Express TGV from Paris to Bordeaux which was fully equipped …
Excited to be featured @Morenativethanthenatives blog this week for my Walking Guide to Montmartre. Hope you enjoy it!
We’re back in Paris for this post from fellow Parisian blogger, Rachel! Take a trip with her to one of the coolest districts in the French capital…
The history of Montmartre originated as a haven for artists to freely express themselves. Picasso, van Gogh, Monet are only a few that lived and called this place their home. Much like it is today, Montmartre is situated on a hill and while you’re still in Paris, you feel like its own little town outside of Paris. On most days, I get off at the Anvers Metro station and walk straight to Sacred Coeur from Rue de Steinkerque street. Touristy, crowded and unpleasant would be just a few of the things I feel as I walk through the souvenir shops and mob of people. Most guides will tell you to get off at Anvers as it’s the
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Enjoy nature but don't want to be too far from Paris? Fontainebleau Forest is just 40 minutes away from Paris stretching over 110 sq miles.