Unmissable Art Exhibition: MoMA Rolls into Paris

The Fondation Louis Vuitton is welcoming the New York Museum of Modern Art’s unrivalled collection this autumn. Showcasing more than 200 masterpieces signed Warhol, Cézanne, Klimt, Magritte and Picasso, as well as lesser-known but...

Parisian Walkways: The Rebirth of the Le Viaduc des Arts in the 12th Arrondissement

For more than a century, one of the main arteries feeding the heart of the French capital was a train line that arrived from east of Paris and reached its terminus at Place de...

Great Destinations: Île-de-France, Haunt of Kings and Artists

There is more to Île-de-France than just Paris. Proud Francilienne Marion Sauvebois ventures out of the capital to discover the picturesque villages that charmed the Impressionists, before going château-hopping and hitting the dance floor...

What the FIAC? The Contemporary Art World Meets in Paris

Each year in October the smart set and the who's who of the art world answer the unmissable call of the Foire International d'Art Contemporaine, known as FIAC, in Paris. What happens in FIAC...

Reviews: Restaurant Arnaud Nicolas in Paris

“My ambition is to seduce people into eating charcuterie again,” says talented charcutier Arnaud Nicolas, 34, who won a coveted MOF (Meilleur Ouvrier de France) award for one of the country’s most ancient and...

Cream of Wild Mushroom Soup: The Scandalous Tastes of Agnès Sorel

Autumn in Paris means one thing to gourmands all over the city: wild mushrooms! Varied, earthy, and delicious, wild mushrooms are nature’s gift to those courageous enough to hunt for the delicacy in nearby...

Harry and Caresse Crosby, the Lost Generation’s Golden Expatriate Couple

They published some of the greatest literary giants of 1920s Paris, held riotous parties, smoked opium and flouted just about every convention of society during the eight years of their open marriage. They travelled...

Restaurant Reviews: Le Drugstore, An All-New Look and Menu in Paris

Back in the days when actress Jean Seberg was puckishly cast as a newspaper vendor selling the New York Herald Tribune on the Champs-Élysées in François Truffaut’s À Bout de Souffle (Breathless), the famous...

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 latest instalment in Babar’s adventures sees the friendly elephant share...

New in Paris: Yves Saint-Laurent Museum Opening Soon

It was the great designer’s wish to be remembered as “an artist that created a body of work”. To the delight of fashionistas everywhere, the artist’s wish will be fulfilled with the opening of...