Memorable Evenings

Shopping Selection, «memorable evenings»

The end of the year is obviously just an excuse to invest in a tuxedo. You will be able to wear that gorgeous piece numerous times, giving that your body doesn’t drastically change. We’ve cooked up two versions, a very … Continue reading

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5 reasons to run to the closest bookstore – Part 5

  « Tous les diamants du ciel » de Claro The collision of two lost souls who’ve been ruined by drugs and a catastrophic existence. Antoine, an orphan and baker’s apprentice at Pont Saint-Esprit, a little town of 10,000 in the South … Continue reading

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5 reasons to run to the closest bookstore – Part 4

  « Oh » de Philippe Djian Disorientating, it’s best to read this novel by Philippe Dijan in one go and, if possible, read it at night in order to immerse yourself into the heart of this very disturbing atmosphere. Michèle, the … Continue reading

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5 reasons to run to the closest bookstore – Part 3

  Le Bonheur Conjugal, Tahar Ben Jelloun We’re at the dawn on the 21st century in Casablanca (with a script that slightly resembles the Jacques Audiard film, Rust and Bone,) where a fabulous painter falls prey to a cardiovascular attack … Continue reading

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5 reasons to run to the closest bookstore – Part 2

Florian Zeller, l’Insouciance 33 years of age and a decade has already passed since he started writing books, or rather, since he began publishing them. Gaining recognition with his first novel, Neiges artificielles, in 2012 Florian Zeller offers us La … Continue reading

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5 reasons to run to the closest bookstore – Part 1

Every autumn hundreds of new books flood our beloved bookshops. We don’t want to pass judgment and criticize works that have been toiled over for many months or even years by their authors, so instead we’ve decided to acquaint you … Continue reading

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The Metro, the Corridors of Hell

They wouldn’t have believed us if we had told them, our legendary Parisian ancestors Baudelaire, Zola, Maupassant and the good old Honoré, that a man would one day come up with the idea to make Parisians travel underground, far from … Continue reading

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“Chaleur Parisienne” selection

Just because it’s starting to get hot it doesn’t mean we should give up on our dress code. There are many beautiful summer pieces in light materials and well cut that will leave you fully satisfied. Here’s a relaxed look … Continue reading

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Reading in Paris’ finest parks

Summer is here and some of us will be forced to spend it in Paris, as there’s just too much work to be done, or perhaps due to our emotional attachment to the capital (a clearly plausible argument). And because … Continue reading

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Rainy Parisian Day

To protect yourself from the rain and the wind while maintaining an elegant look, the double-breasted overcoat in marine blue. (Carven on Gabardine cotton pants in the perfect material for shielding yourself from the rain (Yves Saint Laurent on … Continue reading

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