Her tiny jewel box in the Paul Bert Serpette flea market is a foreign world alive with gilded mermaids, bejewelled butterflies, and serpents with tourmaline, diamond, and amethyst scales.
The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts’ latest exhibition takes a Midnight in Paris-esque turn to la belle époque.
Social distancing has re-introduced the art of the picnic to our everyday lives, for many it has become their only form of engagement with their friends. Paris-based, Franco-American chef Justin Kent shares some insight into how to make a picnic special.
The charm and allure of grand old Paris never tires, no matter how many times you find yourself in the City of Lights. It is constantly reinventing itself, and even things that are old in years are revivified by the sum of the city’s many parts.
For keen Francophiles, booking a Parisian pied-à-terre—specifically a penthouse—is an alliterative dream.
In conversation with Guillaume Faroult, who oversees the curation of eighteenth-century French and English paintings in the most-visited museum in the world—the Louvre.
The new boutique hotel is the result of a passion project for art collectors and hoteliers Stéphane and Pascal Dokhan.
The new Giacometti Institute in Paris celebrates the modern master.
The Renaissance Paris Vendôme’s new interiors tell a story of the area’s transformation from an aristocratic playground to a high art and fashion hub.