When in doubt, have lunch at Le Fumoir located on rue du Louvre. I always go here when I want to get in a good mood. With a Danish chef in the kitchen, things can’t go wrong. My top three: Detox Green or Ginger Twist, Skagen Toast and Poisson du Jour. This was last Friday. ps. Don’t miss to grab a coffee, you’ll get a happy sweet surprise.
Winter is here and I thought I share my best belongings, when the sun is down and the cold is knocking on the door. My favorite perfume candle from DIPTYQUE that I can’t stop smelling, the hand balm from AÉSOP that’s so rich and fine – I probably end up putting it on three times or more a day, together with my never ending ESPRESSO party.
Two weeks ago PIERRE CARDIN opened his new museum “Passé-Présent-Futur” in Le Marais @5 rue St-Merri as a celebration of his creations. Find 200 mannequins dressed in Haute Coutre from the start in 1953 to the 2000s on a four floor setup. You will also be able to get a close-up on the accessories, shoes, bags and bijoux. A remarkably well-done expo that you have to see if you’re running around in the 3rd arrondissement. For 25€ I guarantee you, you’ll not walk out here empty.
If there is one decade I wish I lived during it’s the dazzling 1920’s. I would like now be living in Paris, sipping champagne, socialite with Picasso and Dali, make sure my hair stayed in a perfect marcel wave and dance all night long. After being already celebrated two times, it was time for me to through my own party, last weekend. Friends from New York, London, Melbourne, Stockholm and Paris (and all there’s inbewteen), came to make this my best night ever. There’s no words that can describe how happy my friends make me feel. BIG thank you to you all!!!
From my weekend at Fondation Louis Vuitton I thought I share some snapshots from my iPhone. Finally entering the building and soon done the petit tour, I most say I found the architecture, the terrace, gallery 5 with Bertrand Lavier neon art among others, the Olafur Eliasson giant kaleidoscope that consists of forty-three prism-shaped columns and the restaurant Le Frank the most interesting. For me was more the full experience of Frank Gehry’s expression of art in the Bois de Boulogne that struck me than inside exhibitors. Frankly I most say I wish it would have been more fashion oriented collections.
This weekend I finally had the time to go and check out the Fondation Louis Vuitton. If you’re in Paris this an architecture masterpiece that has to be explored. I was wearing a T-shirt from COS, tweek jacket from HARRIS TWEED, cashmere sweater and flared jeans from ZARA, my first pochette from LOUIS VUITTON and ankle bootis by ALEXANDER WANG.
Right next to my bed, I have this silly photo of dad and me from our family summers in Italy, back in the 80’s. Today I’m sending all my love to dad and I’m forever grateful of everything he’s given me – his sense of humour, numbers’ brain, taste for music and shoes, and last but not least for all the tough times he’s been by my side. I wish I was in Stockholm today so I could hugh my dad. If you can, give yours a big hugh! Dads are simply too good to be true.