The Saint Laurent legacy lives on in two new museums.
After an ambitious four-year restoration, the Paris hotel is once again open to the public.
Paris-based, Franco-American chef Justin Kent shares some insight into what makes a picnic special—be it a date, a family affair, or an unmissable fete.
With its understated glamour, Le Drugstore is a perfectly modern homage to the past.
At Empreintes, visitors can find more than 1,000 unique or limited-edition contemporary objects at any given time.
Discover the glamorous history of scent through interactive and state-of-the-art technology.
Henri Roché and Margaret Zayer are carrying on a centuries-old tradition of creating the finest—and widest range of—pastel colours.
The ballet gala—both loved and hated for its ostentatious displays of virtuosic technique—is about to get a makeover.
If a six-deep battalion of bottles, pots, and packets already line your kitchen shelves, G. Detou is a dangerous place.