Le Café des Antiquaires is the perfect spot to sit and sip Noisette in between the shows.
Paris. It’s a cliché to say that Paris is the ‘city of love’. But that’s true in some way, as it’s simply impossible not to fall in love with Paris. If Paris was a person, it would be an extremely multi-faceted, slightly arrogant, but elusive character. Not a friend – rather a great lover. I’ve visited Paris many, many times, but those few days I’ve spent during the last fashion week will stay in my mind for long. Spring is the moment, when Paris blooms. People on the streets are so beautiful. Coffee tastes better, while art exhibitions open on every corner. J’adore.
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Lemaire earring at their autumn-winter 2017 showroom.
Lemaire boutique on Le Marais.
A local market.
Never enough of pony hair.
Mimosas, current trend among French florists.
This woman – ultimately Parisian.
Rue de la Grange Batelière.
Before Christian Wijnants show.
Antique perfume flacons.
Delicious brunch for 18 euros – perfectly cooked beef and yummy panna cota. Can’t remember the name, will update this one.
One of the passages near Boulevard Haussmann
Store with umbrella handles, only.
At Lemaire showroom.
Cherry-blossom tree near Le Bon Marche.
“A Rosé” exhibition edited and curated by Luis Venegas at Colette. Here, Dita Von Teese by Ellen Von Unwerth.
Spandex chez Balenciaga.
Flower shop near Le Marais.
Alternative fashion show photography during Christian Wijnants.