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Every time I post for one particular luxury retail partnership, I receive messages requesting less expensive options. For certain partnerships, I am often restricted to new deliveries or certain parameters but for almost all my other posts, I try my hardest to include fashion in all price points and with inclusive sizing. As I’ve mentioned […]

This is a multifaceted post so buckle up. It encompasses some of the new things I bought myself for my birthday which was yesterday (April 18th) and how I’m wearing these things with pieces I already own. Sometimes, I wonder if you are bored of my posting the same Toteme trench coat I bought in […]

I posted this travel advice post in summer 2023 but I thought it might be good to update it and repost it again as people head off to spring break and start making their summer travel plans for 2024. Most of the questions I’m asked each week inevitably end up being travel related so I […]

I’ve posted the directions on how to buy my Paris Travel Guide for 2024 in Instagram stories and in one of my Bon Weekend posts but it seems to be getting lost. Since people are always messaging me and asking how to buy it, I thought I should create a dedicated blog post so it’s […]

The Cinabre Shop and Les Suites in the 9th arrondissement in Paris have been on my radar for some time but when two influencers posted their stays during Paris Fashion Week, I realized I hadn’t seen a full look inside. Cinabre was founded as a fashion company by Alexandre Chapellier in 2011 to make ties, […]

One thing I wish I had asked for as a Christmas present is a stay at the Abbaye des Vaux de Cernay. The country estate hotel outside Paris has been completely renovated and updated by the French hospitality group, Paris Society. The location was originally a 12th-century Cistercian abbey and later a weekend estate of […]

If you follow me on Instagram, then you already know that another thing I started to notice during my two weeks in Paris were brightly colored winter accessories. It was interesting to see since we always think of the French as wearing mostly neutrals but these bright pops of color add an uplifting mood booster […]

There is nothing I love more than seeing what Parisians are wearing every day. During my two weeks in Paris, one thing started to stand out from day one, shearling coats. They seemed to be even more popular with men than women but by the end of my trip, they seemed to be neck and […]

I’m headed to Paris next week for Thanksgiving, as are many Americans, so I thought a post on what I’m packing would be in order. But if you’re not going to Paris, you don’t need to check out and stop reading. I will also wear all of these outfits in NYC and they also work […]

If you’ve walked down Rue Saint-Honoré in Paris in the past few years, you might have noticed a renovation project happening by Chopard. It was actually for their newly polished gem, 1 Place Vendôme, a five-star hotel located in an 18th-century six-story mansion that was originally designed for Louis XIV’s secretary Pierre Perrin. Paris-based architecture […]

I’m answering more of your questions on what to wear in NYC, Paris, and a weekend away with Net-a-Porter today. I love ordering from Net-a-Porter because they have so many options and their fast delivery. This is especially important when you book a last minute getaway. I’ve been wearing a lot of black and navy […]

Laurent

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Laurent restaurant has been a storied place in Paris since 1842 but it has recently undergone a refresh from the Paris Society group. I first made aware of the project when Cordélia de Castellane posted from inside the renovation. She’s been in charge of decor for many Paris Society restaurants including Laurent which has “pastel-colored […]

We’re in for another Saturday of rain in New York tomorrow so I’ve got lots of suggestions for things to do and watch in its soggy where you are too. If you are planning a trip to NYC this fall, you might want to check out the new Fifth Avenue Hotel that is about to […]

It is a bit exciting that so many new hotels are opening in Paris and now you can add Le Grand Mazarin to that list. The 50 rooms and 11 suites that look like they take their color schemes directly from a box of Ladurée macarons. They were designed by London based interior designer Martin […]

I’m often asked what someone should wear in NYC or Paris in a particular month of the year. This is virtually impossible to answer due to climate change. I need to have three seasons of clothing available in my closet at all times since the temperature vacillates so wildly from week to week. I was […]

As soon as I heard Charlotte Gainsbourg was going to open her father, Serge Gainsbourg’s house at 5 bis rue de Verneuil for tours, I immediately put it on my Paris Guide because I knew it would be incredibly popular. It just opened this week and the combined house and museum tickets are already sold […]

The Saint James and Relais Christine hotels in Paris are beloved by guests and now the group behind them have just opened a new hotel, Hôtel Norman. Billed as “open, vibrant, lively”, the hotel which opened today has a younger and more contemporary look for its 37 rooms and suites located at 9 rue Balzac […]