Library Parisian News
Saint-Tropez, a village of millions of delights, a hot spot of fiery life and eternal idleness where notes of violets, irises and lavender float. Saint Barth, an illustrious paradise that captures the hearts and memories of coconut groves and vanilla fields.Continue reading
A foretaste of summer, this capsule collection will no doubt make the beach more beautiful! The Nice Fleet invites you to enjoy the pleasures of water with this beautiful buoy imagined in collaboration with the swimwear brand Albertine, which is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year.Continue reading
The 25hours German hotel group chose the vibrant 10th arrondissement to set up its first hotel in Paris. Facing the North Station, the hotel occupies the walls of a vast building built in 1860, renovated by the architectural consultants, Axel Schoenert Architects. We slept here, had dinner and breakfast and loved everything!Continue reading
A little piece of Mediterranean paradise on Avenue des Champs Elysées: welcome to the Café Citron imagined by the designer Simon Porte Jacquemus! This food hot spot that newly occupies the first floor of the new Galeries Lafayette unfolds a village style decor with lemon trees, straw mats, ceramic jars and wooden furniture.Continue reading
These sunglasses will be the perfect elegant, spring accessory. The eyewear brand Barton Perreira signed an unprecedented collaboration with luxury jeweler Spinelli Killcolin to be released in April.Continue reading
A fine jewelry brand created in Geneva in 2015, driven by the audacity and singularity of Jenny Dabbah, its bohemian-rock-spirited creator, the Jenny Dee jewelry line enchants women with its jewels hoisted to the rank of talismans.Continue reading
A legendary venue for celebration, acclaimed for its musical programming, the Badaboum now summons good eaters and those who love the good things of life at its table. Hand in hand with the Enfants du MarchéContinue reading
With a reception hoisted on the top floor of its building and twenty rooms beginning at the third floor, Maison Armance, located on rue Cambon, elegantly reinvents the codes of the hotel industry. And we love it!Continue reading
An XL canopy, raw materials, mineral colors, an open kitchen, host’s tables and a dining counter: this is the décor imagined for Terra by the JMCA Atelier that lies in an old fine leather workshop in the Haut Marais.Continue reading
The starred chef of the Grand Véfour has been made head of the prestigious cultural institution that offers one of the most beautiful views of Paris, to offer a gastronomic version of Arabic cuisine.Continue reading
The Compagnie Française de l’Orient and China’s new collection pays tribute, this season, to Vietnam and to India.Continue reading
The place to be for trendy Parisians, the four Tigre Yoga Club & spa centers are keeping on with their quest for well-being in the capital. Elodie Garamond the charming lady of the house, is extending her offers for a supplement of serenity and relaxation. We take it!Continue reading
Travelers are going to be delighted! The Lazare, the irresistible restaurant of the starred chef Eric Fréchon nestled in the heart of the train station with the same name, is adding to the fun by installing 40 new sits under the sky of Paris.Continue reading
The Cartier Foundation for Contemporary Art in Paris loves cars from every angle. Nostalgic, loving, critical, humorous, it explores through a great exhibition on the automobile from 1900 to nowadays, this symbol of dream and freedom of the twentieth century.Continue reading
Located in the extension of the gourmet rue du Nil in the 2nd arrondissement, this little spot is already big! With its beautiful black facade and seductive menu, Craie is the address of the moment.Continue reading
Easter brings up sweet extravagances around its star ingredient: chocolate. Michaël Bartocetti, the pastry chef at the Shangri-La Hotel Paris, sought inspiration in his youth to create these Pixel Art Easter eggs.Continue reading
The world’s leading luggage company has chosen Paris to install its first flagship store. Installed opposite the Bristol on the elegant rue du Faubourg Saint Honoré, the five-floors, 600m2 shop focuses on the history of the German brand now in the hands of the LVMH group.Continue reading
La Fourchette du Printemps, discrete gem of the 17th arrondissement
In this inanimate part of Boulevard Pereire, restaurants are rare. And the starry tables even more. Nevertheless you should keep going until you reach the small street of Printemps to discover the address opened by Nicolas Mouton and rewarded in 2011.
The famous photographer of the Magnum agency, American born in Paris in 1928 of Russian emigrant parents, is honored in this exhibition juxtaposing rare photographs and iconic images that marked the history of photography.Continue reading
It’s a long story between Aesop and design! The most trendy Australian brand has already worked with some of the best architects, like the French collective Ciguë and the interior design agency Dimore Studio to create the decoration of its Parisian boutiquesContinue reading
Golden Promise, a whiskey lovers’ paradise
The Golden Promise is not a new cocktail bar, but the very first Parisian bar to offer a unique whiskey tasting, for both the most experienced experts and novices eager to discover. A tasteful trip to the four corners of the world, in countries known for their know-how
In front of the success of its two previous editions, the Prince de Galles is re-celebrating the Russian New Year Eve. Let’s meet on January 12th at 8:30 pm, in the patio of the famous palace which is dressed in a very wintery decoration for the occasion!Continue reading
Franz Potisek, interior designer and Florence Fontaine, collector of objects, paintings and ceramics, have in common the love of the beautiful and the good! Gathered in front of an oven, they have developed for their friends a cream caramel out of competition.Continue reading
Frédéric Malle in the Marais
For each new store, the brilliant perfume designer partners with an architect he admires the work of… For this one he chose Dominique Jakob and Brendan MacFarlane, he liked the work for the Georges restaurant at the Centre Pompidou.
Café Antonia, the Bristol in a « bistronomie” version
Inspired by the spirit of Marie Antoinette, the muse of the places, the Café Antonia combines the serenity and elegance of a decidedly Parisian lifestyle. Through her portrait, from the private collection of Bristol Paris
Leslie Gauthier, the interior designer, has turned this historic building into a contemporary hotel blending styles and periods. The fifty rooms of the Square Louvois invite to serenity, with a soul inspired by the arts and letters, symbolizing the very identity of the neighborhood.Continue reading
Timeless step at the Napoleon III
Want to spend a green moment in an atmosphere outside of time? Towards the Buttes Chaumont park in the nineteenth arrondissement and the Napoleon III restaurant. Completely renovated by Anne-Sophie Robert, this traditional brasserie mixes historical and current codes.
Take off for Kazakhstan at the Carrousel du Louvre
Breathtaking scenery, lights of the new world, nomadic with ancestral customs … You still have until June 9th to spin at the Carrousel du Louvre and discover this little-known country through 26 giant photographs presented with the contest of National magazine Geographic, hanging in the halls of the Carrousel.
“Hubert Robert, a visionary painter” at the Louvre
The Louvre is paying tribute to one of the most brilliant craftmen of his generation, leading artist with a visionary talent. Much more than the painter of ruins and landscapes whose descendants kept the picture,
To fight against rain and wind, we are offering you cultural activities this week. Towards Bercy Village to follow the Parisian adventures of Elyx, unless you prefer to dip in the universe of star duo Le Riche-Costa, or to follow the path designed by Maurice Renoma in the Marais. Before preparing for a unique concert of Charles X at the Paris Peninsula.Continue reading
It’s cold in this month of January, so let’s please ourselves with some nice gourmet addresses: Le Camion qui fume for burger lovers which settled in the second district, an address dedicated to lovers of meat in the seventeenth, the Hotel Edouard 7 that is opening its new restaurant, or Les Halles AG, which offers a generous and friendly cuisine.Continue reading
Orly Airport dresses up in Castelbajac
Aéroports de Paris has partnered with Jean-Charles de Castelbajac to turn, in XXL drawings, true stories – reunions, separations, birthdays, marriage proposals … – for passengers, partners and employees of Paris-Orly. These sketches are now displayed on the facade of the South Terminal of the Airport. A nice way to magnify the South Terminal, emotionally charged since its construction in the late 1950s. B.D.
Some sweetness again this week with praline chocolates from the Pâtisserie des rêves, the fashion cocktails from Renaissance Paris Arc de Triomphe, the Paris snacks from the hotel Nell or the gourmet specialties from the Alsace Christmas Market in Paris. But also great gourmet addresses: La Mandragore in Montmartre, the Régalade that changes of address and the good initiative of Châteaux & Hôtels Collection for the Restaurants du Coeur.Continue reading
“Thomas Couture” at the Museum of Romantics
To mark the bicentenary of Thomas Couture, six museums in Paris and in Picardie get together to honor this outstanding artist of the nineteenth century. Often recognized as the master of Manet, he nevertheless played a vital role in the history of modern painting, as evidenced by the attachment of the Romans of the decadence, in the center of the nave at the Orsay Museum.
This week, PLUME VOYAGE Magazine invites you to go to the market with an array of Relais & Châteaux michelin starred chefs, to discover the 5th district of Paris with the guide and personal shopper of Hotel Les Dames du Panthéon, to enjoy a meal in one of Puteaux’s ancient greenhouses at Eugène Eugène or to sip a 100% parisian gin cocktail at the Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme, just a few ides for this week.Continue reading
This week, PLUME VOYAGE invites you at Gallery S. Bensimon for « Things that make your heart beat », « Panor’almas, take 2 » an insight into the Brazilian scene at La Vitrine, at the musée du Quai Branly for « Tattooers tattooed » and at the DS World Paris for « Yves Saint Laurent ; the designer’s intimate world »Continue reading
Still in Paris? Make the most of it and enjoy a few of the sunny spots down by the Seine, which gives you the chance to try specially selected products like at Mademoiselle Rose, or perhaps the bistro-nomic side of things at Bistrot d’Alexandre III. Families love brunch at the Quai Ouest and night-owls relish wild parties at the Guinguette.Continue reading
This week, PLUME VOYAGE invites you to discover jewellery by Jean Grisoni and the Elsa Vanier gallery, the superb collection of landscape loincloths from Bernard Collet at the Maison de l’Afrique, photographs of Calcutta by Patrick Faugenbaum at the Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson or even the work of Simone and Lucien Kroll on ecological urban architecture at the Cité de l’architecture.Continue reading
A weekend without a public holiday? But there are still so many exhibitions to see…PLUME VOYAGE urges you to make the most of it, to swing by the arty universe of the Chelsea Hotel in New York with Renoma or the jazz world at the Maison des Etats-Unis, to go behind the fashion scenes with Simon Procter at the InterContinental or marvel at the designer vegetal creations of Alexis Tricoire.Continue reading
Paris by Me: Smile!
At Paris by Me, smiles are vital. This is a tale of reconciling the City of Lights with a slightly dog-eared image in terms of politeness, as the authors of these guides are 100% Parisian and feel committed to make an inventory of the capital’s best addresses with a smile on the side.
Jumping head-on from January to February, PLUME VOYAGE invites you to remember the rise of photography with the Circulation(s) festival at Centquatre, to immerse yourself in the work of one of the greatest architects – the Corbusier – in a cosy environment, to munch on the best fish&chips on the left bank, before getting your hands on a special poster, signed by the best up-and-coming illustrators at the Arts Factory gallery-boutique. Happy Paris!Continue reading