God! This Place is Beautiful or the Amazing Story of Loc-Dieu

Off the beaten path in the Aveyron, discover a beautiful abbey.

Book Reviews: Babar’s Guide to Paris by Laurent de Brunhoff

Who better to guide tourists around the City of Light than its most knowledgeable pachyderm? A work of art in its own right, the...

Book Reviews: Museums, Roads Publishing

Forgive us for including this sumptuous coffee table tome dedicated to the architectural splendour of the world’s grandest museums in our round-up of France-related books – for only five buildings presented herein are actually...

Book Reviews: The Film Lover’s Paris

Paris doesn’t need to be put on the map, but it continues to surprise with its growing number of must-see locales. In this inspired guide, we are taken through the...

Book Reviews: Coco Chanel by Susan Goldman Rubin

Because you’re never too young to brush up on your fashion icons, Coco Chanel – Pearls, Perfume and the Little Black Dress is just...

Book Review: Old-Fashioned Corners of Paris

The book offers a delightful stroll through the Paris of yesteryear.

Book Reviews: Paris/ Ronis, Published by Flammarion

“How wonderful to have been looking in the right direction so often,” once gushed Willy Ronis. But France’s great humanist shutterbug did far more...

Book Reviews: Forever Paris by the Keystone Press Agency

Highly recommended. An evocative collection of images by snappers from the Keystone Agency, founded by Bert Garai after World War I. Depicting Parisians at work, rest...

Dior Impressions

A beautiful coffee table book connects the haute couture of Dior and the Impressionist movement.

Book Reviews: Impressionism, the Movement that Transformed Western Art

Bold, brash and indomitable, the Impressionists broke from the shackles of the Academy without a backward glance. But who were the free spirits behind...