Holding on to the Holidays

I never like it when the holidays are over. It means that the best part of winter is over…and winter has just barely begun! So to hold on just a bit longer to the holidays, I leave you with this lovely post by Frank Cierpial from NYC. By Frank Cierpail The first time I went to Paris was in the… Read more →

New Year’s Style & Shine Look

Some fun ideas for a super chic and shiny New Year’s Eve party style, if I had oodles of cash to spend on a swanky outfit! I did toss in one of my favorite cosmetic/perfume artists : Serge Lutens. The « à la nuit » eau de parfum hinting to the incredible Moon Drop pearl and diamond earrings by Renee Lewis. And… Read more →

*Joyeux Noël*

For this lovely holiday season I leave you with a fabulous Christmas video by the equally as fabulous Lauren Cashwell! Pour cette merveilleuse saison de fêtes je vous laisse avec un vidéo magnifique de la autant magnifique, Lauren Cashwell! Merry Christmas to all! Joyeux noël à tout le monde! Read more →

Smells like home for the holidays

I seem to be on a scent quest lately with all these perfume posts. I don’t know why, but I hope you all like it. I promise diversity will return to my blog right after the holidays! I was thinking about all of the home scents that I love this time of year, and obviously my first idea is to… Read more →

Paris lights up for the holidays

I went to see the lights get switched on at the Champs Elysées this year. First time I have done this. The city has updated their holiday light display and has put in place super ecological lights that are saving much more energy than they used to. Diane Kruger was the invited celebrity to come flip the switch to light… Read more →

Paris Baroque – Ouverture Magnifique

I wrote about it in October, and now it is here : The newest music festival on scene in Paris just opened last night (November 23, 2012) with a beautiful and spectacular concert in the Saint Sulpice church. The Simphonie du Marais directed by Hugo Reyne, played a program of « Sacred Music from Richelieu to Louis XIV » that included Lully,… Read more →

Christmas Cocktails in Paris

Post by Jenny Bailey During the Christmas season, Paris is brimming with festive merriment – especially when it comes to beverages. In the period leading up to Christmas, locals traditionally meet up with their friends and loved ones for a seasonal drink. Bars are full of people laughing, joking and toasting each other’s good health « á ta santé! »  With some… Read more →

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