If you’re in Paris in early September, you’ll notice all sorts of signs proclaiming C’est la Rentrée! ‘The return’ refers to the start of a new school year — many students have had two months off by now — as well as the getting back to work for Parisians who took off much of August. […]

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The trench coat might have had very British beginnings — it was pioneered by Burberry in the early twentieth century, and so named during World War I when soldiers wore the protective garment as an alternative to greatcoats — but the wardrobe classic is these days better known as a staple of all stylish Parisiennes. […]

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Paris is a dream city for artistic types. There are the countless museums of all kinds, of course, but the city itself is also art, a vision worthy of capturing in a gilded frame. The beauty of Paris has long inspired artists, and even though the days of, say, Impressionism are long gone, the city […]

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Think French cuisine and the dishes that first come to mind are probably the likes of foie gras, coq au vin, frog legs and snails … But vegetarians and vegans need not be wary of dining out in Paris anymore, because plant-based eating has captured the imagination of foodies all across the city. For starters, […]

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