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Nordic Treats: The Best Places to Get a Taste of Scandinavia in Paris

Paris is having its own love affair with the Nordic countries, and if you want a mini-escape to the cultures of a colder climate, you don’t even have to leave the French capital. From food to fashion, there’s plenty of Scandinavia to be had on the streets of Paris.
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Rue Riquet: Our Go-To Spots in Paris’ Latest Up-and-Coming Neighborhood

Rue Riquet, which stretches from the edge of the 18th arrondissement to the quai of the canal in the 19th arrondissement, is now home to an increasing number of charming meeting points for locals and visitors looking to see a new side of Paris....read more
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Sept Cinq: SOPI’s Concept Store & Cafe For the Fashion-Minded Locavore

Located in the shop-lined streets south of Pigalle, Sept Cinq offers concept shopping along with a cozy café setting. Taking its name, “Seven Five”, from the same postal code that sources its stock, this innovative boutique features locally made ...read more
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Bio Chic: Our Favorite Organic Beauty Boutiques in Paris

Senteurs de Fée It’s no secret that French girls love their products. Here in Paris, you can find a cream, serum or supplement for just about anything that ails – from cellulite to les cernes to an old fashioned case of the blues. Mademoiselle ...read more
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The Paris Shopper’s Guide to Artisanal Christmas Gifts

While the pressure of Christmas shopping can be overwhelming, finding the perfect gift for the brother or bestie who has it all is infinitely more pleasurable when it involves perusing artisanal and French-made products in some of the city's ...read more
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A Francophile Holiday Gift Guide & Giveaway From the Paris Print Shop

To make gift shopping a little easier this year, Nichole Robertson has put together a sweet little francophile gift guide. She is also offering up three great gift packages for three lucky readers: each winner will receive one extra-large print ...read more
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Paris Wine Company: Josh Adler Delivers Artisanal French Wines To Your Door

Wouldn’t it be great to jump on a plane and travel to France at a moment’s notice? To leisurely explore the country’s regions and get a better understanding of its varied terroir? While a spontaneous flight may not be realistic, it is possible ...read more

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The Other Side of Montmartre: Coffee, Food and Shopping Off the Beaten Path

Slightly off the beaten track is the more unassuming part of this neighborhood: the residential area in the foothills of Montmartre, which is well worth the detour to discover the lesser known shops, restaurants and more that the guide-book ...read more
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Teatime: The Best Places to Indulge in Tea (and Something Sweet) in Paris

When the cold arrives in the City of Light there’s nothing better than cuddling up with a cup of hot tea and a few delicious pastries in the corner of a Parisian café. In a city like Paris the possibilities for indulgence are endless, so I’ve ...read more
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Parisian Style: Chic Shopping in Paris on a Budget

There are plenty of ways to score fashionable finds in Paris without breaking that stretched bank account. Just shop like a local. Here’s our cheat sheet for chic (and wearable) souvenirs on a shoestring....read more
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Centre Commercial: Ethical Fashion by the Canal St Martin

Hot on the heals of the ethical department store, Merci, comes a chic newcomer: the much vaunted Centre Commercial at 2 rue de Marseille in Paris' 10th arrondissement.The idea is simple: ecological and ethical fashion that supports small-scale ...read more
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A Day in SOPI: Eating, Drinking & Shopping in Paris’ HiP South-of-Pigalle Area

While both North and South have plenty to offer, it’s SoPi that’s become the latest neighborhood to watch. SoPi is packed with plenty of destination restaurants, food shops, cafes and enough to make an itinerary that runs from morning until nighttime....read more
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Holiday Giveaway: Bound For Anything Custom Journals

Some people love stationery. A lot. These are the people who browse stationery stores like others do cheese shops, picking up notebooks and greeting cards, smelling, weighing, pressing the pages between their fingers, thrilled by the ...read more