Paris is aiming to be the world’s sustainable fashion capital by 2024. Let’s look at some of the ways France is changing the fashion industry for the better. …read more

I recently sat down (virtually) with Boneshaker Doughnuts owner and head baker, Amanda Bankert, to discuss how the idea to open a doughnut shop in the heart of Paris came to be, how they’ve adapted during the COVID-19 pandemic, and more. …read more

Whether you’re just about to start your collection or you’re currently looking for “unicorns,” here is a guide where to shop for plants 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

Ajiri Aki is the visionary behind Madame de la Maison, a boutique of stylish antiques and linens for entertaining. She shares her perfect day in Paris. …read more

All Parisians have a plumbing story, especially since plumbing in old Parisian buildings tends to be an afterthought. …read more

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Soon after arriving in Paris, a man asked if he could join me at a café. “Actually, I am engaged,” I said. “But zees is nuh-sing in France,” he replied. …read more

There are plenty of fabulous french female writers to discover. And if you don’t speak French, you can always opt for the English version. If you’re on the lookout for new contemporary authors, look no further. …read more

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

Leaves have started to turn color and drop from trees in Paris, and the first crisp bites of autumn are settling in as we leave summer behind for la rentrée. Whether you’re sticking to télétravail (working from home) or getting back into the rhythm of commuting, podcasts are the perfect pick-me-up for working, traveling, or… …read more

With a world-wide pandemic, America’s Pacific coast fire apocalypse, the economy crashing, and us being trapped far from our loved ones (or cooped up with them), we’ve got to find small pleasures wherever we can. I found one this week. Outdoor yoga in Parc Monceau. …read more

I moved to France three years ago, speaking rusty high-school French and ready to live large. By the beginning of 2020, I was getting the hang of it. One thing I couldn’t do, though, was talk on the phone. Then Covid-19 happened. Now, we live in masks. And it’s like talking on the phone all… …read more

Where Hemingway once walked, and students now weave in and out of Soufflot Hall and the Bibliothèque Saint-Geneviève, is the storied Latin Quarter, straddling parts of the fifth and sixth arrondissements of Paris. …read more