One of the first female-run plumbing businesses in Paris.
Like other luminaries of his epoch, César Ritz redefined his industry.
Sometimes she would walk into the room and it would take us a few moments to realize she was there—other times she would swan in, steady on her six-inch-high platform sandals, demanding our attention.
For years, Paris lagged behind its big city counterparts when it came to modern mixology. In 2007, that all changed.
With this addition to one’s dinner service, sashimi, maki, and inari can be presented with exceptional finesse.
The store is unique in more than just its design: it is the first and only Paco Rabanne outpost to be opened since 2002.
One of the few areas left untouched by Baron Haussmann’s push to modernize the city by building the wide stately avenues and massive squares, le Marais offers a rare taste of medieval Paris.
“When I am performing live, I try to involve the audience, share with them, let the music speak to them.”
It is certain Franco’s work fits with the history of photography, yet remains entirely distinct.