Espadon, in the Ritz Paris, returns after 3 years with a renovation and a new chef, Eugénie Béziat, at the helm.
Paris’ iconic La Tour d’Argent has emerged from a major 12-month refurbishment which has breathed new life into 15 Quai de la Tournelle.
The Paris Society hospitality group, in association with celebrated chef Mathieu Pacaud, launched the latest revival of Laurent in Paris.
Streetwear designer Pierre Bassene grew up enveloped by Paris’s rabid skateboard and hip-hop dance culture.
In the heart of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, this 1911 Parisian edifice has been reimagined as five-star hotel Villa-des-Prés.
By B3 Designers and Dorénavant Studio Architecture, Brasserie des Pres was inspired by the history and flavour of the neighbourhood.
New York Times bestselling author Anna Kloots is basking in her own magic. After a few years of love, loss, and new beginnings, she is enjoying l’art de vivre, living in Paris, where she just released a memoir, My Own Magic: A Reappearing Act. NUVO Magazine caught up with her to chat about her love for Paris and what prompted her to write her memoir.
Pavillon Faubourg Saint-Germain makes a good first impression. Amid the café-lined streets of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, once the literary and artistic hub of Paris’s Left Bank, the new hotel occupies three elegant 17th-century stone buildings that are now connected aesthetically by way of ivy-filled planters, navy accents, and electric lanterns.
Named for the former use of its inaugural space, which opened in London in 2006, Carpenters Workshop Gallery has grown into a producer, exhibitor, and purveyor of exceptional, collectible design. In addition to its London location, the company has permanent locations in Paris, New York, and San Francisco, the last of which is housed in a splendid church.