We usually blame the fashion industry for taking itself too seriously. However, these last couple of years, fashion has turned its back on the dark side of the force to let the sunshine in.
My last Parisian trip coincided with Paris Fashion Week. As a new blogger, my hopes of getting invites to the shows were pretty low. But what’s great about Paris during this time of the year is that you get to “see” fashion even if you’re not “in” fashion.
The Hotel St Georges, Les Caves du Roi, St Simon, The Sporting… the sole evocation of these words softens up any Lebanese’s heart. They refer to a glorious time, a glamorous Beirut.
Well, glamour, grandeur and national pride are back in the capital thanks to the reopening of one of Lebanon’s iconic building, The Sursock Museum.
Flâneur [French; noun] one who strolls around aimlessly but enjoyably, observing life and his surroundings.
One week left before the end of a lovely pop up exhibition that takes place two minutes away from the Musée d’Orsay, on les quais de Seine.