Einbinder Emily
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Men’s priority isn’t their appearance. Lately, The Parisian flair has been experiencing a change in Men’s behavior. It’s well-known that French men pay attention to their look, what they buy, how to wear it and spend as much time getting ready than their  female counterparts. Nevertheless, they look elegant, casually well dressed or stylish and it stays natural and effortless. They appropriate old forgotten dress codes and take some risks to become stylish guys and get that sartorial elegance. They are not afraid of being judged.

How do they learn? They buy trendy magazines, check out cool blogs and talk fashion with their female friends or girlfriends. Why not? When you ask an American man how he feels about fashion, usually the answer is that he doesn’t really care. It’s changing Messieurs! Your awareness to trends and what looks good has evolved. You have an opinion and are actually buying brands and clothes you enjoy, that fit you and that you feel good in.

Who are they really? French men are not as sophisticated as their Italian neighbors or as chic as the Brits, but they have this “je ne sais quoi” that the entire fashion world is still trying to define. They know how to build an entire “look”, when to buy an expensive piece, and why that particular one. They have flair when it comes to getting their basics and what clothes are suitable for their personality.  Their elegance doesn’t only come with their style or what they are wearing. It’s a whole. Parisian flair is giving you tips on how to become more of a French lover. Courtesy was the number one value of old France. You can feel the legacy when it comes to the way French men behave or are supposed to behave. Let’s face it all French men are not courteous and perfect gentlemen. For some reason, Parisian Flair has notice that a lot of American women and foreign women were attracted like magnets to the French man stereotype. Why is that? As Parisian insiders we can tell you that it’s because French men don’t like perfection. It’s all about paradoxes. Some men are charming but also womanizers when others are generous but casual and so on. The key to the secret door to their world is simple: French people live with their flaws, they don’t try to change and they laugh about it!

     

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Garance Staehli or the dancing “Warrior”

  • 2 days ago
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One of The Parisian Flair’s favorite movie is “Les enfants du Paradis” Children of Paradise, which tells the story of beautiful Garance, and the four men who love her in their own ways. How can you not love Garance Staehli? At a the age of 7, she finds her passion: DANCING!

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Parisian Teddy is here …

  • 7 months ago
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Qui a dit que les nounours étaient uniquement pour les enfants? Commandez vos oursons Parisian Flair pour faire sourire vos êtres chers.     COMMANDEZ ICI 

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The living Tongue

  • 8 months ago
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I met with Caroline at her favorite coffee shop  Ten Belles in the 10th in Paris for this cool interview.  She has a great soul, dynamic and positive, I connected with this foodie in a heartbeat.   CHECK OUT HER INSTAGRAM How do you feel about Paris and Parisians in general?  I’m in love with Paris. I live there since 31 years […]

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Madrilenian Flair – Comida

  • 1 year ago
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Olé! Olé! Tengo Hambre!  Madrid is full of surprises. I am very lucky to speak Spanish and to be able to live the authentic experience while staying with my Madrilenian friends in the barrio of Malasaña. Almost every morning, I go to the groceries or market (mercado) to buy fresh products and we exchange our recipes […]

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Madrilenian Flair – el empezó

  • 1 year ago
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About two weeks ago now, I was so excited to meet with my Spanish friends. As soon as I landed, I took the subway and went straight to the Palentino (a famous authentic Bar) to have my Cerveza and share a Bocadillo (sandwich) with mi amigo.

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Yann Houri’s new vision: the complexity of Mankind

  • 1 year ago
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The paintings of Yann Houri focus on the complexity of the human subject and translate human emotions and time challenges into how we define ourselves in this mechanical and virtual age. The capture of each moment of life and each vibration is what human kind fails to admire in a contemporary lifestyle that pushes him […]

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Dancing in the light with Charlotte …

  • 2 years ago
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I was about to publish Charlotte’s interview, sitting in my usual Coffee Shop in Williamsburg, when I got inspired for a title “Dancing in the light …” The inspiration of the song “Dancing in the Dark”, which resonates with me. The oddest thing happened as I pressed the publish button. Bruce Springsteen started invading the entire coffee shop. […]

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Julia Van Hagen: A Worldwide Fashion Curator

  • 2 years ago
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“My look is a cocktail. I’m not as nicely turned out as the french, but I don’t care like the English. ” Jane Birkin  I met Julia through a close friend last week in N.Y.C. We connected immediately on our passion for promoting talents worldwide. She is strongly committed to finding the best fashion pieces […]

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Le Fooding: Celebrating 15 years of Culinary Revolution

  • 2 years ago
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The Faubourgs’ revenge You have never heard of « Le Fooding » before? It’s time to change & get to know more about this innovative, creative & inspiring French concept. Founded in 2000, in the faubourgs of gastronomic right-mindedness, Le Fooding has been promoting original & creative initiatives. To celebrate 15 years of culinary and cultural revolution, […]

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Cloé Bailly, a fearless talent

  • 2 years ago
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Cloé Bailly is a Director & a screenwriter. I met Cloé in Los Angeles more than a year ago during a Karaoké night in Korean Town. I never saw her work until last week when she posted her film for Sonia Rykiel. I then automatically thought she had to be interviewed for The Parisian Flair!

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