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Tucked away in a narrow street in Paris’s sleepy 7th arrondissement, a bright yellow storefront announces a shop unlike any other I’ve seen: Duvelleroy. Feathers, sequins, ribbons of all colors and shapes adorn the...
Paris apartment for sale

In the 7th arrondissement, close to the Invalides, this apartment is situated on the ground floor of a very beautiful Haussmannian building from 1898. Close to the famous and much appreciated rue Cler, this...
Le Jules Verne

According to award-winning chef Frederic Anton, his ambition for the recently refurbished Jules Verne restaurant is to guarantee it becomes the singular "must-visit gourmet destination in Paris, at the top of France’s most emblematic...
Paris apartment for sale

Stunning 4 bed apartment in the 7th arrondissement just across the river from the luxury boutiques of Avenue Montaigne, and two blocks from the Eiffel Tower. Entirely furnished, the apartment is equipped and accessorized...
Paris apartment for sale

The countryside in Paris! Nestled in an elegant and secluded haven, yet settled in the pulsating heart of the exclusive 7th arrondissement, this fully-renovated, two-bedroom apartment is located on the beautiful rue du Bac...

“From the sculptor's point of view, one can either be the spectator of the object or the object itself. For a few years I became the object." -- Barbara Hepworth "The Musée Rodin is one...

Often in Paris, we revel in the beauty of street scenes and architecturally interesting buildings. So, too, at museums and galleries, we enjoy looking at the exhibitions both transitory and permanent. And especially when...

Live your best life in Paris! If you live in Paris (or hope to one day), plan to attend this information-packed seminar, “Bloom Where You’re Planted,” sponsored by the American Church in Paris. This “expat...
Paris apartment for sale

This sublime architect's apartment of 180 m² is situated at the foot of the Eiffel Tower. Exceptional location: a gem! On the 4th floor of a beautiful Haussmannian building with gorgeous common areas with...

This summer, after years of eager anticipation, the world's first ever floating urban art museum has finally opened its doors on the river Seine. A campaign had urged Paris locals to submit their proposals...

Giddy up, my fellow shopping show ponies. Paris history bugs, too. That’s right. This week nobody gets left behind in the City of Light. Not when the “Soldes d’été” (the big summer sales) are...

Paris. Sunday March 31, 1889 at 1:30pm, Engineer Gustave Eiffel climbed the tower and raised a French tricolor on the occasion of the World's Fair. A 1,063-feet tall architectural masterpiece was born. It was...