7 Instagram Accounts to Follow | Paris, France

It’s hard to choose which Instagram accounts are my favorite, because I want to love everything. I went through the “Photos You’ve Liked” in settings and found that I liked artfully arranged cocktails, exotic beaches, oceans, cherry blossoms, Paris, New York City, a lot of my friends’ travel photos and a ton of Newport photos. Through my brief research—scrolling my history for 5 minutes—I was … Continue reading 7 Instagram Accounts to Follow | Paris, France

Coping with FOMO During Paris Fashion Week

Every time Paris Fashion Week comes around, I obsess over every Instagram post from my favorite bloggers, editors, models and personalities in their glamorous rush through the City of Light. … Then a part of me has a mini-breakdown inside, wishing how I could be there. Fashion Month is a stylish, juiced-up blur of runway clothes, street chic, coffee, champagne, brunches, dinners and after-parties, but … Continue reading Coping with FOMO During Paris Fashion Week

Fashion’s Holiday 2016 Short Films & Campaigns

Christmas is a great time for family, friends and festive holiday ad campaigns It’s time to celebrate the holiday season with fashion-forward film shorts! I am in love with H&M’s collaboration with Wes Anderson, but there are also a few other campaigns that are worth watching for a spoonful of Christmas cheer. Il Neige Rive Gauche, Le Bon Marche Rive Gauche It is only fitting … Continue reading Fashion’s Holiday 2016 Short Films & Campaigns

A Chic Reading List for Francophiles

A few weeks back, I spotted a fellow Francophile at the local coffee shop reading Lunch in Paris: A Love Story with Recipes. I gently interrupted her to ask how she liked the book so far—she smiled and said that she enjoyed it very much since she was missing Paris after a recent visit. I asked her if she had pursued any other parisienne reading. … Continue reading A Chic Reading List for Francophiles

Wilton Library Hosts "Judgment of Paris" Lecture, Wine Tasting

I love white wine… Aside from that fact, I don’t know much else about wine. As a way to spark a more serious interest in wine, I signed up for the Wilton Library‘s event with author George Taber and his book, The Judgment of Paris. The premise centers on a 1976 wine tasting which sought to discern fine California wine from its French counterpart.  The wine … Continue reading Wilton Library Hosts "Judgment of Paris" Lecture, Wine Tasting