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Firenze, famously dubbed the “city of stone" by writer Mary McCarthy, regards itself as a living museum. And considering it has counted among its residents the likes of Michelangelo, Raphael,...
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The best hat store in Paris. Mercié makes whimsical, Ascot-worthy showstoppers. Closed Sunday. Métro: St.-Sulpice, Odéon.
Window-shopping and people watching are the draws here, as this walk encompasses much of the real, as opposed to touristy, Left Bank. Start at the corner of the Rue du...
Some of the city’s best shopping is concentrated in the 6th and 7th arrondissements. Start at Rue du Bac and Quai Voltaire. Follow Rue du Bac away from the Seine,...
The Aubusson, on the narrow, busy Rue Dauphine, is so unassuming that you could walk right by it and not even know it was there. Step inside, though, and you’ll...
A favorite of the fashion designer, longtime muse of Yves Saint Laurent and iconic style maven Loulou de la Falaise “I adore the Hôtel Duc de Saint Simon, where lots...
Discreet, understated, charming, Hôtel Le Sainte-Beuve is simple style at its best. Calm interiors are a mix of English comfort and Gallic charm, designed by British designer David Hicks. Expect...
Travelers have been swooning over the work of designer India Mahdavi in hotels and restaurants, from London’s Connaught to Mexico City’s Condesa Df to the wild new Left Bank bistro...
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