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With major European cities looking more and more alike, Paris stands gloriously apart.
St. Barth’s has a rhythm of its own that mixes l’art de vivre with a laid-back tropical ease. What's new; where to stay and shop.
The new dining hot spot near the Louvre is a modern bistro called L’ouvre Bouteille. The moniker evokes the museum’s name but actually means Open the Bottle hints at its...
The sexy boutique hotel on the coast between Cap Ferrat and Monte Carlo, Cap Estel has a new gourmet chef at the helm of its restaurant and is well worth...
The fashion designer, longtime muse of Yves Saint Laurent and iconic style maven, has been based in Paris for many years. Her new boutique is located on Rue Cambon. “I...
Jewelry designer Marie-Hélène de Taillac, whose delicate creations are sold at Barneys New York and Browns in London, has her main boutique in Paris’ 6th arrondissement (she also opened acclaimed...
From Indagare member Frances Schultz, a writer living in New York: There are those who travel and try to see it “all,” and those who choose more selectively. The latter...
The last time I was at the Ritz, I was amazed at how poorly maintained my room was—a plasterwork repair to a window molding remained unpainted and there were nicks...
Writer Dorie Greenspan (www.doriegreenspan.com) divides her time between Manhattan’s Upper West Side and Paris’ St.-Germain-des-Prés. Her most recent cookbook, Baking: From my Home to Yours, won a James Beard Award...
Armand Hadida was one of the makers of the Marais with this concept store that mixes fashion with high design. He has since expanded—there’s even a boutique in Tokyo—and five...
You asked: Which gourmet restaurants are open in Paris in the month of August? Many of Paris’s top restaurants close for the month of August. As a number of members...
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