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

Over a porcelain pot of Sencha green tea and delicately frosted Korean sugar cookies, the ever-hospitable Cakeboy shared his dream day in Paris with us. …read more

Posing in the Tuileries in between shows, Paris Fashion Week 2012 (Boswell) When early March hits, something in the air changes. Models come out of the woodwork and women in New York, London, Paris and elsewhere put a bit more effort into their attire. If you’re not in the fashion industry, it’s easy to be… …read more

Erica Berman– Bonpoint Boutique Paris rue de Tournon There’s no doubt about it: Parisian kids have a good thing going on. They’re well-dressed, well-fed and, by virtue of being French, are destined for terminal coolness. I used to spend afternoons at a little park in the 5th where the same group of schoolchildren always had… …read more

womensmafia.com/tapisserie-jdsavoye.com Brace yourself, Parisians! The Jet Set is about to  descend upon the city for yet another fashion week. This year’s Ready-to-Wear shows run from March 2-10, but as we all know, fashion week is about much more than just the shows themselves. It’s about exclusive parties, insider meetings, an endless flow of champagne, and… …read more

imworld.aufeminin.com/s.plurielles.fr/thesartorialist.com I gave up long ago on the idea that I might ever effectively emulate the effortless chic of your average parisienne. It’s an innate sense of style that one is either born with or without, and it has become abundantly clear who has it (most Parisian women) and who doesn’t (me). I’m OK with… …read more