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We caught up with the American handbag designer Kasia Dietz to get a closer look at her perfect day in Paris, which includes coffee, shopping, and a few can’t miss museums. …read more

Living as a local designer in the uber-chic North Marais gives me insights into not only the most fashionable cafés in the neighborhood, of which there are many, but also of the most noteworthy boutiques. It’s an area lesser known to tourists, as most frequent the more commercial, albeit charming, cobbled streets of the 4th. …read more

Shake up your next girls’ night by bringing together your copines over a workshop, tour, tasting, or event organized by one of the below female entrepreneurs. …read more

Kim Laidlaw Adrey Pétrelle is a small French restaurant tucked away in a quiet corner of the 9th arrondissement. It’s not new – indeed it’s been around for 18 years – and it’s not easy to stumble upon, yet it has enjoyed continued success among discerning locals and tourists alike for almost two decades. Erica… …read more

Kasia Dietz is an American dreamer who fell in love with her Italian prince and moved to the city of light to be with him. She writes all about her travels and Parisian adventures on her blog, and sweetly offered to share her personal fairytale with us for our Valentine’s Day post. On this February… …read more

I’ve discovered several appetizing locales where there’s ample space for a growing family. Here are my top choices for baby-friendly restaurants in Paris. …read more

There is nothing not to love about this lively rive droite district. Here, we give our tips for blending in on the streets of this hip hub. …read more

There was nothing magical about May 11 in France. But, it felt magical. It felt magical because we no longer need the attestation. …read more

This fundraiser will help Veggies to Table donate to the hungry, while bringing YOU to Paris or Paris to YOU! …read more

Explore Paris’s arty and foodie La Villette Neighbourhood, a wining and dining mecca scattered with colorful street art and museums. …read more

Paris is one of those cities where there’s always a new opening, and this holds true for its art venues too. From a bar inside an abandoned train station that hosts exhibitions and live music performances to a fashion tycoon’s accessible art foundation, here are five culture venues to know about right now in Paris. …read more

As 2016 draws to a close, the team at HiP Paris would also like to take a moment to thank all who have contributed over the past year, as well as our dedicated readers. You all make HiP Paris what it is! We’re ready for the excitement 2017 has in store, but are first taking… …read more

Carin Olsson Paris. The city of romance. With picturesque cafes on almost every corner, countless bridges crossing the Seine begging for twilight strolls and stolen glances, architecture that dazzles for days, and the omnipresent accordion harking back to sweeter, slower days, how could you not fall in love? In a day no less. And we’re… …read more