Exclusive Recipes from “Teatime in Paris!” by Jill Colonna

Recreate the exquisite styles and tastes of French pâtisserie in your own home... Recipe excerpts below from Teatime in Paris! A Walk Through Easy French...

Exclusive Excerpt: Exploring Wine Regions, Bordeaux

Calling all wine lovers. There's a new book coming out this month that promises a healthy dose of escapism. Packed with 950 spectacular photographs,...

Books: Entre Nous, Bohemian Chic in the 1960s and 1970s

As Paris fashion correspondent for prestigious publications such as Vogue, Glamour, Women’s Wear Daily and the Herald Tribune, and stylist for the likes of...

Book Reviews: Le Diable Au Corps

Raymond Radiguet burst onto the literary scene in 1923 with his first novel, Le Diable Au Corps, which tells the tale of a married...

Exclusive Recipes from “Chocolate” by Ferrandi Paris

Indulgent, sublime, irresistible... let yourself fall under the spell of Ferrandi’s gooey delights. Now you can create your own seductive show-stoppers with recipes from...

Book Review: Hermès, Heavenly Days

You won’t be able to resist this elegant collection of Alice Charbin’s whimsical illustrations from her 18-year collaboration with luxury goods icon Hermès. For...

Book Review: Yves Saint Laurent, Icons Of Fashion Design and Photography

This is a gorgeous homage to the uncrowned king of haute couture. Originally published in 1988, this new reprint traces the success of Saint...

Dominique Crenn: Rebel Chef

Dominique Crenn is one of the world’s greatest chefs. Her flagship restaurant in San Francisco, Atelier Crenn, has been awarded three Michelin stars, while...

Planète Gascogne: Every Gîte Should Have a Copy

Combine a talented illustrator and a soupçon of British eccentricity. Add a dose of rural Gascony and soon you have a unique recipe – cartoons...

Book Review: La Symphonie pastorale

André Gide’s classic novella La symphonie pastorale marked its 100th birthday last year, so what better excuse to revisit this heart-rending tale? Brimming with...