The odor of Paris would be “mat”, according to Frédéric. Grandson of the founder of Dior perfumes, Serge Heftler, Frédéric has designed his versions of perfumes in the style of a germanopratin editor, worthy of Flammarion or Gallimard. He doesn’t pretend to be a nose... Read more
Actress, singer and muse – with a British accent.
Her appearances in Blow Up (1966) by Antonioni, her audacious debut in Slogan (1969) by Pierre Grimblat, with Serge Gainsbourg, have marked us forever. And we always go back to the old vinyl’s of her whispering.. Read more
While on an editorial meeting with Lillie the other day, we were going through Le Paris du Tout Paris when I noticed that approximatively half of the person interviewed by Alexandra named Le Café de Flore as one of their.. Read more
A huge green metal door under the ring road in the 19th. Not the area you usually go for a Friday dinner, and yet it took me quite a while before I managed to get a table at the Freegan Pony... Read more