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November Events in Paris: Photography Month, Talib Kweli, Brocante Lab & More

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Á l’Etoile d’Or reopening, Le Fooding 2015 guide release, Salon de la Photo, Premiere Biennale des Photographes du Monde Arabe Contemporain, Paris Photo at the Grand Palais, Gilles Peterson and Talib Kweli performances, Mint Magazine release party, Le Duplex Brocante Lab presentation.

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Iconic Paris: The Photography of Robert Doisneau

“Le Baiser de l’Hotel de Ville” by Robert Doisneau You may not know the name Robert Doisneau, but it’s likely that you’ve seen his iconic photographs of Parisian life in the ’30s and ’40s. If “Le Baiser de l’Hôtel de Ville” (see above) doesn’t make you want to hop a plane to Paris, I don’t[…..]

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In Love in Paris: One & Only Photography

All Photos: One & Only Photography Paris might just be the most photogenic city in the world, so it’s no wonder that Anthony and Audrey—a Franco-American couple and photography team—chose this city as their personal and professional base. Through their company, One & Only Paris Photography, they shoot sumptuous Parisian interiors (like those they did[…..]

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June Events in Paris: Fresh Air Festival, Fête de la Récup’, & More

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A list of what’s going on in Paris this month

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April Events in Paris: Mois de la Photo, Jabberwocky, Natural Wine & More

Paris Cherry Blossom, Cristiano Medeiros Dalbem, Flickr, HiP Paris

Mois de la Photo, Robert Mapplethorpe, JAMAICA JAMAICA! at La Philharmonie de Paris, Gardening ateliers, Jabberwocky at L’Olympia, and Salon Sous les pavés la vigne wine festival.

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Les French Desmoiselles: Ethical Fashion Made in France

HiP Paris, French Desmoiselles, Florie Berger

Les French Demoiselles, brainchild of young Marseillaise designer, Fanny Grosbois, is designed for “urban dreamers.” With an aesthetic that embodies the femininity and elegant simplicity, the styles are timelessly French.

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Calling All Francophiles: A Spring Editorial Internship with HiP Paris

HiP Paris Blog, Editorial Internship

Love Paris? Interested in reporting on some of the best openings, exciting events, and overall HIPpest things to do in the City of Light? HiP Paris is looking for their next editorial intern! Current intern Tristan Treeby shares his experience and more information on how to apply.

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Holiday Shopping: Unique Christmas Gifts from the City of Light

Christmas Gift Shopping in Paris, Rebecca Plotnick Photo Prints

Rebecca Plotnick Photography Gift-giving is one of those benevolent acts that requires several critical components to come together in order to make the perfect package: it should be creative and thoughtful, yet useful; selflessly chosen, but still reflect a little bit of you, the giver. CO TO

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A Summer Internship with The HiP Paris Blog

We're Hiring! A Summer Internship with HiP Paris Blog

Who doesn’t love Paris in the summer? From afternoon picnics in the Jardin de Luxembourg to sunset walks along the Seine, the City of Light is the perfect place to linger in the long summer months. And here comes the best news: HiP Paris Blog is looking for their next editorial intern for a dedicated summer internship.

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From Brooklyn to Paris: A Baker’s Tale of Transition and Doughnuts

A Brooklyn doughnut maker's move to Paris

I was working as a pastry chef in Brooklyn when I met my now-husband, Leo. While I didn’t realize we would get married in less than a year, I did secretly wish my Frenchman would whisk me away to the land of pastries, cheese, and wine. And here I am, writing this from my Parisian apartment in Montmartre and launching a doughnut start-up.

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