Decidedly, this 18th does not stop to impress us. At the corner of Avenue Junot and Villa Léandre, so chic, Marcel settled in a minimalist New York decor, one more, with a wall dedicated to luxury groceries in case of case, a black counter, black tables, a blackboard chalked with homemade […]
After delivering all-Paris with veggie products and healthy juices, Maisie Café opened its coffeeshop at 32 rue du Mont Thabor.
Thanks to its success, Maisie café’s website is transformed into a concrete tasting place in the 1st arrondissement, close to Place Vendôme. Pastel colors and flowery walls, the first coffee of this vegetarian house […]
The Museum of Arts Décoratifs hosts the exhibition “Margiela, the Hermès years” conceived and presented in 2017 by the MoMu (Antwerp Fashion Museum) in collaboration with Martin Margiela. This unprecedented project highlights the surprising and fruitful collaboration between Hermès and the Belgian […]
Nestled in the 19th arrondissement of Paris near the Ourcq Canal, “Simonetta” offers exceptional pizzas. All in a friendly and warm. A culinary sun cure as if we were in Italy.
Installed for a year, this establishment displays complete every night. The owners immediately had the flair when they were […]
Audrey Kabla was happy to be approached by le Monde des grandes écoles to write on a subject which she loves : Luxury, and more precisely on the recruitment in this field. Audrey Kabla thanks the Monde des grandes écoles team for its trust and interest on her book « Marques et […]
The exhibition “Rodin et la danse” recounts an artistic encounter imbued with freedom and grace. With the famous series of Dance Movements presented for the first time to the public, the art of the sculptor continues to fascinate with its modernity and its unvarnished steps. Sensitivity and reflection are in the […]