Virtual Paris: How to Experience the City of Light from the Comfort of your Couch
I’ve just had to cancel my next two Paris trips. And that’s disappointing, sure, but also more than fine, given the dystopian circumstances we’ve suddenly found ourselves living in. Because, of course, we all need to hunker down at home for the sake of humanity (has there ever been an ask that’s so grand and […]
The Six Ballets and Operas You Must See When in Paris
Like the perfect pas de deux, ballet and opera have been in sync in Paris since 1669, when the Sun King Louis XIV — who fancied himself as a gifted dancer as much as a benevolent patron of the arts — founded the Académie d’Opéra. Ballet was originally performed as an entr’acte during an operatic […]
Paris Dreaming: What the City of Light Taught Me About Life, Love & Lipstick — Now Available in the United States and Canada!
If your body resides in America or Canada, but your heart and head seem to prefer living in Paris, I might just have the perfect book recommendation for you! I wrote Paris Dreaming a while back, originally for the Australian market. Like so many women here, I swoon over all things Parisian, and French, too, […]