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By Courtney Kenefick
Coco Chanel once said, “Luxury must be comfortable, otherwise it is not luxury.” Embodying this sentiment—and the couturier’s legacy—is the Ritz Carlton Paris. The iconic Place Vendôme hotel recently announced plans to open the Chanel au Ritz Pari...
By Caroline Hallemann
To many travelers, the love locks covering the Pont des Arts symbolize eternal love. In reality, they’re an infrastructure nightmare, and the city of Paris has finally decided to remove them, for once and for all. From June 1-7, the city will b...
By Alexandra Marshall
Has it really been 15 years since the debut of the influential French blog Le Fooding? Dedicated to promoting the best young, indie chefs in Paris (and now all over France), it changed the restaurant game in one of the world’s most important food ...
By Alexandra Marshall
In a world where small mountains of forgotten totes kick around the bottom of closets, does one need an artisanal canvas bag? In the case of the new French company L/Uniform, yes, ones does. The ultimate utility bag, it lives and dies on being ...
By Alexandra Marshall
In the 10 years I’ve lived in Paris, I’ve watched locals try their hand at various foreign cuisines. While there have been some successes—you can now get a fantastic hamburger just about anywhere in town—mostly, it has not been great. (My only res...
By Alexandra Marshall
In the 10 years I’ve lived in Paris, I’ve watched locals try their hand at various foreign cuisines. While there have been some successes—you can now get a fantastic hamburger just about anywhere in town—mostly, it has not been great. (My only res...

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