After almost 2 years of global pandemic, physical fashion shows are back in Paris (and in other cities). Some designers still shun onstage shows and remain fully digital while others opt for a mix of
We are so used to the first black and white photographs of the Eiffel Tower that we don’t really question what color it was when it was first inaugurated in 1889. The truth of the matter is,
One of the oldest and quaintest areas of Paris is Le Marais, in the heart of the city. Filled with historical homes ("hôtels particuliers"), art galleries, museums, gardens, fashionable cafés,
To continue our series on hotels, restaurants, and cultural places scheduled to open this year in various parts of Paris, here is a selection of openings to expect on the left bank of the river
As seen in our previous post, there are quite a few major Parisian inaugurations to get ready for in 2021: lots of 2020 projects have been delayed because of the pandemic consequences, thus adding to
For millennia, the river that runs through our beautiful city was mostly used for the transportation of goods and people. In darker times, invaders such as the Vikings sailed their drakkars to attack
Paola Rossignol and her team at Deluxe Confidential wish you a wonderful shiny year 2020 in the "City of Light" (because of its inspiration role since the Age of Enlightenment), "City of Lights"
Where in Paris should you go these days if you are an avid contemporary art lover? An array of options are currently available to you, as Parisian museums, galleries, and other art centers boast some
There are numerous places in Paris where you can find art galleries and antique shops but my favorite remains le Carré Rive Gauche (literally: the Left Bank Square) in the 7th and 6th arrondissements.