Gabrielle Jones a French Pastry chef and creator of an ice-cream brand

  • 4 years ago
  • Blog
  • Eat

Young Pastry Chef, curious and passionate, Gabrielle fell into a pot of chocolate around the age of 8 years. Back then,  she  loved to prepare her famous “quatre-quart” (similar to a pound cake), both to treat her family and to devour her favorite cake. Going through books and magazines , she inquires , looks, experiments and spends […]

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Anna Chalon or Kiddo, an inspiring French musical talent in NYC

  • 4 years ago
  • Blog
  • The Flairs

Parisian by birth and at heart, Anna is a lovely young woman. As a child, she is surrounded by artists such as her father, Fabien Chalon a talented French sculptor. Her talent name is”Kiddo”. She started playing the guitar at 8 years-old of age at the Conservatoire of Paris. Her work was acclaimed by critics […]

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A Parisian socialite and trendy New-Yorker

  • 4 years ago
  • Blog
  • Listen

In Paris, Stephane is the event manager at the brand new “Streets Hotel” as well as the co-founder of the cool concept of Les Apéros Panoramas. In NYC,  he founded with Anna Browne, Coco & Pollock which is a creative agency specializing in unique events that seek to embody the collision between the New York […]

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Paul Armand-Delille, a French musician, producer and DJ

  • 4 years ago
  • Blog
  • The Flairs

Paul Armand-Delille A.K.A. polocorp is a musician, composer for MAD Agency and DJ/selector based in Paris. The Parisian Flair decided to feature him for his talent and his true Parisianism. He designs impeccable eclectic selections (Louis Vuitton, Audigier, le Georges, Hotel Costes). He has a unique style and is versatile in his DJ skills for Tête […]

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Children of Paradise

  • 4 years ago
  • French Classics
  • Parisian TV
  • Watch

A  1945 French Classic: the story of  Garance, a beautiful French courtesan French director François Truffaut once said: “‘I would give up all my films to have directed Children of Paradise’”.  The plot is a French love story between Baptiste, a theater mime, and Claire Reine, an actress who calls herself Garance played by the radiant Arletty. Les Enfants du […]

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Laura, a trendy, edgy and inspirational blogger

  • 4 years ago
  • Blog
  • The Flairs

The quintessential true Parisian woman. Laura for Initials LA is a French fashion blogger. The Parisian Flair will feature her wonderful looks and style. Shop her picks and discover who she truly is. How do you feel about Paris and Parisian people?  I am not a real Parisian, but after 10 years spent in Paris, I can […]

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Daft Punk Alive 2007

  • 4 years ago
  • Listen
  • Parisian TV
  • Watch

A Parisian Flair classic by Daft Punk

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The Parisian men style secret of color combination

  • 4 years ago
  • Blog
  • Lui

Men and colors. After decades of gloomy, dark and sad suits, men finally are willing to get adventurous when it comes to colors. It happened slowly with scarves and ties and now we can see more and more men’s wardrobes with colorful notes When it comes to shapes, French men keep it simple and wear […]

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Mlle Moun’s : a passionate illustrator and dreamer

  • 4 years ago
  • Blog
  • The Flairs
  • Visual arts

Born on November 15th 1982, Mlle Moun’s is a freelance illustrator located in Paris. She got her diploma at the Chambre Syndicale and became a stylist-fashion designer. Passionate about images and light, she then decides to get a photography training. And finishes with an initiatory course at the Saint Martin School in London. Drawing is the […]

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“The Little Prince” or the prince of French tales

  • 4 years ago
  • Read

”Please, draw me a sheep”. All the little French boys and girls know this notorious sentence. “The Little Prince”, written by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry is a French literature classic.  Every parent has read the book at least once to his or her children. Why? Because, it’s poetic, philosophical, it has a strong moral, and it’s […]

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