Within the very limited category of 'dream jobs', itís safe to say 'interior stylist' definitely makes the cut. Elodie Rambaud is all about design objects, trendy colours, and contemporary textures. She likes to feel around, then plunge head-on into compositions that would make even Starck jealous. And she knows Paris like the back of her hand - hence her latest venture: an insiderís guide to her 235 favourite Parisian homeware spots.(Read more)
In the boutique, the dress fit you like a glove. At home, it fit you like a sack. In the boutique, those jeans made you look like Shakira. At home, you realized that your hips had lied.
Too late, already paid for. That's exactly why the Habibliotheque, the first clothing library in Paris, is going to change your life.
When tourists return from a trip to Paris, they usually bring back:
a) A tiny Eiffel Tower key chain
b) A poster bought in Montmartre
c ) A fridge magnet of the Champs Elysťes
In short, the kind of things you don't want to find in your suitcase. Emma felt that way too, so she decided to concoct the perfect souvenir from Paris.
In the mid 90's he was making shoes in a garage. Today, heís our favorite American shoe designer. Thank God George Esquivel flies to Paris for every fashion week. He's waiting to meet you at the most popular concept store in Paris: Colette.
"I would like 1 kilo of retro skirts, 500 grams of vintage scarves and 2 kilos of printed blouses." In this market they don't sell apples, they sell second-hand clothes. Welcome to Kiloshop, a new haunt for fashion addicts that just bloomed in the Marais.
Vintage accessories are guaranteed to cause a sensation. A worn-out pouch, an embroidered silk scarf and a 1930s frock all score a few more points when you proclaim you rummaged through a brocante to find them. The thing is, you don't really know how to tell synthetic tulle from old fashioned lace. Book an appointment with the high priestess of vintage.