A Fairytale Wedding at Versailles Becomes a Dream Come True

Bridal Chic, Fairytale Venues, Featured Stories, Oh la la! Romance | September 22, 2014

Paris–Once upon a time, in 2012, a beautiful young woman and a handsome young man, spent their summer vacation at the Trianon Palace in Versailles. On a Saturday night they took in the magnificent fireworks and musical light show in the gardens of the Château of Versailles, and promised each other…


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A Rooftop Birthday Celebration Overlooking the Most Beautiful Skyline in the World

Art & Architecture, Fairytale Venues, Favorite Spots, Featured Stories, The Franco-Files, Uncategorized | September 16, 2014

Paris–There are times in life when only the best and the most spectacular will do. One of our clients decided that Labor Day Weekend 2014 was the best time to celebrate her 60th birthday and her 40th year in the United States. Moreover, Paris was the place for such a celebration….


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Paris 1900: A Spectacular Show at Le Petit Palais in Paris

Art & Architecture, Historical France | April 9, 2014

In 1900, Paris proclaimed itself capital of the world. Nothing less. It certainly had good reason to do so, with the opening of the most magnificent train station on the Left Bank (today’s Musée d’Orsay), as well as the Alexander III bridge, the Grand and Petit Palais, and many other…


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What’s In a Name? For Inès de la Fressange: Plenty

Fashion Capital | April 7, 2014

There is a lot to admire about Inès de la Fressange. I have been following her career for 20 years–the time I have been in France. First there was her career as the first smiling and totally charismatic model for Chanel. Her wearing a tee shirt beneath a Chanel jacket on…


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Agathe Gaillard: The Gallerist Who Made Photography Collectible

Art & Architecture | March 12, 2014

Last Monday night I had the privilege to hear one of the leading pioneers in the field of collectible photography: Agathe Gaillard, who after nearly 40 years of running a gallery in her name, has now published a swan song: “Agathe Gaillard: Memoirs of a Gallery.” Like all mavericks, Ms….


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