Paris Style

Sure, Paris is home to high fashion … but it also does street style pretty well. There are, of course, the big-name high-street brands, such as Claudie Pierlot and Sézane, but don’t discount Paris as a place in which to do some serious bargain shopping. One of the best stores for petit prices is Monoprix, […]

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Brisbane-based illustrator Kerrie Hess has legions of fans worldwide who swoon over her creations. At once elegant and whimsical, a blend of chic inky lines and soft watercolour splashes in bonbon shades, Kerrie’s art celebrates impossibly glamorous women in dream settings — and just begs to be displayed above velvet sofas or in luxurious boudoirs. […]

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Natasha Lester is the author of numerous books, including the internationally best-selling historical novels The Paris Seamstress, and The French Photographer, which has just been released in America as The Paris Orphan. As the titles suggest, Natasha loves to set a story in France, particularly Paris, and such is her love for the City of Light, […]

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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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