venerdì 28 ottobre 2011

PARIS mini guide

Recently I were in Paris for a fashion fair, I'm in love with that city, so I decided to share some cool tips about it!
Le Metrò is the most efficient way to get around Paris and runs 5:30am-1:15am. It’s reasonably safe at any hour, but beware of pickpockets!
My favourite quarter is obviosly "Le Marais"  wich is at the moment the most interesting place in Paris, full of night life, declared "gay area", boutique filled and rich of typical restaurants.
Now enjoy my Fashionable advice about Paris!

Recentemente sono stata a Parigi per seguire una fiera di moda, adoro questa città, così ho deciso di condividere con voi le mie conoscenze su di essa!
Per cominciare, Le Metrò è sicuramente il mezzo più efficiente per girare Parigi, aperta dalle 5,30 del mattino all'1,15 di notte. E' pittosto sicura a tutte le ore, ma attenzione ai borseggiatori!!
Il mio quartiere preferito è ovviamente "Le Marais", il quale è al momento il posto più interessante e animato di Parigi; ricco di vita notturna, "zona gay" dichiarata, fittamente ricoperto da boutique e piccoli ristoranti tipici.
Ora godetevi i miei consigli!

Chez Janou
2 rue Roger Verlomme 75003 / 33 (0)142722841
Chez Janou serves deliciously satisfying French
cuisine in equally lively settings (read: the
people-watching is as good as the fare). The
incredible chocolate mousse is not to be missed!

Le Chateaubriand
129 avenue Parmentier 75011 / 33 (0)143574595
Those in search of an inventive French dining
experience must visit Le Chateaubriand. If the
original 1930s décor and experimental cuisine
weren’t enough.

Le refuges des Fondus 
17 rue des Trois-Freres, 75018 Parigi, Francia 0142552265
 Near Sacre Coeur it's a "mad" restaurant,
You can drink wine from a biberon,
but you'll surely eat one of the most fabulous fondue in Paris!
Really funny experience!

Noriem   27,rue de vieille du TempleCreations by Japanese designer, really interesting fabrics and silouettes!

Merci 111 Boulevard Beaumarchais
Merci features four floors filled contemporary
furniture, vintage clothing, art and antiques, books,
perfumes, candles, designer clothing, as well
as three separate cafés. The shop is over 1500
sqm. dedicated to the art of giving thanks, with
all proceeds set to benefit various charities, the
first one being a Madagascar children’s charity.

COS 4 rue des Rosiers 75004 / 33 (0)144543770
COS (Collection of Style), is a division of H&M,
selling high quality, fashion-forward designs.

French Trotters 116 rue Vieille du Temple
Carole and Clarent, two photographers with
a passion for traveling and fashion, combined
their shared knowledge to create the multi-label
boutique, French Trotters. There are now 3
separate shops dedicated their expertly edited,
internation approach to fashion for men, women
and children.

Surface to Air 108 rue Vieille Du Temple
This is the latest location of the cult ready-towear
brand, Surface to Air. Inspirational design
with a rock’n’roll edge.

Le Bon Marché & La Grande Epicerie 24 rue de Sevres
Le Bon Marché is a refined department store,
offering only the highest quality labels, spread
out over four floors. Its lingerie and accessories
collections are top-notch, as is its rotating list
of exhibitions. Next door is La Grande Epicerie,
a gourmet Mecca with a high-end selection
products from all over the map.


1 commento:

  1. Ohh i like this post! paris is nice.. I lived there for 2 months and i visit it often, so yes i love it :D:D but the metros are actually pretty dangerous you know!! even at daytime! I've had problems there before :(
    awesome blog btw!