A Peek Inside Stylish Parisian Homes

An exclusive excerpt, with dazzling photos, from the book "A Home in Paris".

Essoyes, Summer Home of the Renoirs, Welcomes Visitors

For the people of Essoyes, a village in southern Champagne, the Year of Renoir, which was celebrated last year, capped years of planning, hard work, and determined effort that culminated in the opening of...

The Getty Museum Presents “Woven Gold, Tapestries of Louis XIV”

It was during the reign of the The Sun King, Louis XIV of France (1643 to 1715), that the art of tapestry weaving in France blossomed. As patron, heir, and collector, Louis XIV vastly...

The Flowering Calendar of Claude Monet’s Garden

“I must have flowers, always, and always.” ― Claude Monet Can’t make it to Giverny until the autumn? Don’t put off your visit - Claude Monet’s pink stucco house and his fabulous gardens should not...

Eric Robin

Young designer Eric Robin creates dreamlike, arboreal creations inspired by nature.

The Art of Cuisine: Dining with Toulouse-Lautrec

Out of all the nineteenth-century French artists Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec stands out as a painter who really loved to cook. Tremendously creative in the kitchen as well as in his studio, the vibrant Montmartre...

Lucien Freud, L’Atelier

A retrospective of the long career of the 88-year-old English artist at the Centre Pompidou.
Elisabeth, Countess Greffulhe by Otto circa 1886-1887

“La Mode Retrouvée” at the Palais Galliera Showcases Paris’s First Fashionista

In today’s throwaway fashion culture where Zara and Macy’s outfits cost as much as a nice lunch and hardly last a season, it’s inspiring to see the Belle Époque clothes of la Comtesse Elizabeth...

Table Topping by Bernardaud

Brazilian brothers Fernando and Humberto Campana designed dazzling patterns for Bernardaud's new dinner service.

Avril Gau

Avril Gau, who has designed shoes for Chanel, Robert Clergerie and others, has opened a beautiful new boutique of her own.