TOP 5 books about parisians

If you really wanna know more about Paris and Parisians, then you have to read these 5 books. It is only one way to get to know parisians better, if you do not actually live in the City of Love, and this is reading the:An English Man in Paris, Michael Sadler – funny adventures of a self-proclaimed Francophile teacher in the City of LightCulture Shock France, Sally Adamson Taylor – a survival guide to customs and etiquette, this is the first introductory handbook to France and its culture, Parisian and their peculiaritiesThe last time I saw Paris, Elliot Paul – a work by an american expat that looks back on the working-class Pris of the interwar years in a series of interwoven episodesParis in Mind, Jennifer Lee – an anthology of essays and excerpts by 29 American writersSixty Million Frenchmen Can’t Be Wrong, Jean-Benoit Nadeau and Julie Barlow, a Paris based Canadian journalist couple explains the essence of what it means to be French and how they got to be the way they are…\n

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5 brand we believe in…

Fashionary notebook was first created in 2009 in Hong Kong and it aims to bring speed to fashiin designers, fashionistas, fashion students and also buyers. It includes a designer directory, brand infos, measurement template, textile info and quick-sketch dotted templates for easy sketching….\n

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Leah McQueen

These days we have decided we wanna dedicate a post each month to a fashion photographer we appreciate. Because being a photographer is not such an easy job as you might believe, but a job that requiers talent, vision and the skills of a story teller, we want to publish a series of short interviews with some of the photographers we know and met in the last four years….\n

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MOO Sunglasses

Lempicka is best known for her Art Deco-styled portraits. Sexy, bedroom-eyed women in stylish dress are rendered in haunting poses. Perhaps it was her own dramatic life mirrored in her art. Famous for her libido, she was bisexual, and her affairs with both men and women were carried out in ways that were scandalous at the time. She often used formal and narrative elements in her portraits and nude studies to produce overpowering effects of desire and seduction….\n

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5THINGS WE LOVE

WE LOVE STARBUCKS We first discovered Starbucks when we were reading The Devil wears Prada. We had a crush for Starbucks back then…and we still got it now. Yes! Americans know how to create powerful brands and we admit that Starbucks is 90% marketing and 10% coffee, but if we don’t have that 10% every day we don’t feel the same. It’s cool! It’s cool to have Starbucks in Bucharest, it’s cool in Paris, it’s cool in NY, London, Barcelona…It’s cool for us cause we love it….\n

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