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THE SCARF,THE QUALITY and THE ATTITUDE

   

Spending time at the dinner table and cook homemade tasty dishes is a true French Art. The key are the ingredients, only use quality products that you will shop at the local markets which origins you can track. It goes without saying that the attitude is the same for the clothes you buy. A French man will be always very careful with the origins of his clothes. He usually finds pieces that will certainly be a bit pricey but which will last and age well. The key to French style is to feel comfortable in your clothes and get attached to them. Elegance is discretion. It’s exactly the same in all human relations. If you start to show too many logos or branding, you’re imposing something else, you’re not yourself anymore. French men are true fashion connaisseur nowadays, magazine dedicated to men style are booming. Hedi Slimane, Saint Laurent’s designer, changed the way men pictured suits. Now, it is a true fashion piece, closer to the body. He refined the pants and shortened the blazer. To get the true parisian flair style, a man needs to own a collection of scarfs. It is a must have and will complete a look effortlessly. These accessories are even starting to replace the tie. Get different scarves, with different materials: neutral, fluid,light,silk,viscose … You need a very colorful one to brighten your days and get the attention … Parisian men are copying their stylish trendy fellow. They understood that you need to mix to build your own true look. They know it’s perfect to mix an affordable white t-shirt with a designer wool shirt and vintage boots. They master the art of shifting and mixing. They run away from the monogram clothing and ostentatious pieces. No more fast-fashion for these male fashionistas! They only swear by the label  Kitsuné because it was able to bring a new look on masculine fashion!

Picture credits: Melinda Gloss

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Garance Staehli or the dancing “Warrior”

  • 2 months 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 …

  • 8 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

  • 10 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

  • 2 years 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

  • 2 years 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

  • 2 years 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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