Located on the Champs-Elysées, the House of Denmark hosts two iconic restaurants: Flora Danica and Copenhague – the first being a chic brasserie and the second one, the gastronomic restaurant with a hidden terrace – all this, alongside its cultural involvement.
When you have your mama cooking for you the entire time, it is the easy way to find an excuse for not doing anything. She does everything well so why risk to burn the whole kitchen, right? When I announced I was going to a cooking class at Urbani Truffles near Columbus Circle, literally everyone laughed. I am fine with it because I was convinced since I am a child that I will become a good cook in the future. Perseverance is the only thing that matters.
We, as Parisians, love spending time in the cafés. Whether to meet some friends, to read, to type on our keyboards, or simply to stalk the passersby – yes we do that. A freshly pressed juice during warm days or a hot chocolate when it’s colder, “un café, s’il vous plaît !” classic. So French. Goodbye terraces, let’s welcome the new versions of coffee shops! Disruptive and hybrid, they give a fresh breath to the city of light! What are we looking for at first? Good products, nice deco, tasty food? Ok that’s instagrammable, go!
Sunday. 12pm. Brunch time. Are you hungry? Meet me at L’Alcazar!
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Hello lovelies, have you ever been stuck and wondered about where to eat? It happens to me a looot. Paris is my hometown and there comes a time when I am simply lost and do not know where to go anymore. It is stupid because there are so many places to go to! All you need is time, time to search, time to scroll, time to filter. Or, something very useful and helpful that I highly appreciate, is this friend coming out of nowhere telling you about how good a restaurant is. Alleluia! Thank god. It is a natural reaction to trust people who are surrounding us. I’d rather listen to an acquaintance than a stranger. It makes sense. We all do read the comments left on the several websites presenting hotels, restaurants, and so on. But. The reality is, what you might not have liked, I, could potentially enjoy it. I always recommend to try by yourself before believing. “I’ll believe it when I see it”, I’ll definitely have my own opinion once I’ve tasted or tried it. Continue reading “Le Sinople: a Tropical Nest inside Paris”
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Brazilian born PR and brand ambassador Carlos Souza was at the Valentino boutique rue du Faubourg Saint Honoré during menswear fashion week in Paris. Book signing, taking pictures, Carlos was as always very elegant, charming and smiling. As a travel lover, his book ‘Carlos’s Places’ is all image-based using the social media Instagram. A picture’s worth a thousand words right ? But back to a bit of who he is… Continue reading “Spotted at Valentino! Carlos Souza”
Music does mean a lot for all of you and this is why I couldn’t start the year without talking about my 2014’s discoveries, and it has musically changed my life. We grow up and our tastes evolve. July 18th was a big turning point because I decided to attend some sort of a live concert/party at Wanderlust. God knows I hate the crowd but you know, I couldn’t miss Klingande, f.o.m.o. style! I didn’t know the other DJs very well, and the key is somehow there. Meet the world! Continue reading “Frenchy Vibes”
Hi there ! My friend Maude invited me to the Chloé x Vogue event of this week so right after school we went there… Once arrived the atmosphere was very nice, we started to walk around and about 10 minutes later, two of our school mates called us, they were surprisingly here, behind us, it was really unexpected. While watching the luxury pieces and analyzing all this, the DJ was playing some cool music, nothing extravagant. Continue reading “Chloé x Vogue”