PARIS REVIEW

It was that time of the year again…. PFW! We made a streetstyle story for the new #NANOUK Collection which implements a lot of velvet and vinyl.  You can find the whole collection on www.preloved.be

My favorite shot! 

I also want to share some reviews  of new places and older places we went.  

 

First our Hotel:  The Nolinski hotel! a brand new hotel in the heart of Paris, close to the Louvre, Palais Royal gardens and the Opera. A breathtaking eclectic interior very different than the dusty classic Paris interiors you find on every corner. They are key on quality and details like a Loewe television in every room, art, messing  details, the clothing of the employés and so I can go on and on..

 

Very friendly staff, great atmosphere, top spa… definitely worth its money.

 

www.nolinskiparis.com

 

16 Avenue de l'Opéra, 75001 Paris,

Next on the list Le flandrin: Great building with a Cosmopolitan interior by Joseph Dirand. Its a trendy place where you can spot the right and stylish people. The food on the other hand is not that spectacular.

 

4 Place Tattegrain, 75116 Paris

 

www.leflandrin.com

The ballroom cocktail bar.

 

Hidden in a basement you find the ballroom cocktail bar a very cosy place with great cocktails.

 

58, rue Jean Jacques Rousseau, 75001 Paris, France

Daroco.

The new place to be in Paris! Don’t think about not reserving your place here because they are always full. Its an Italian restaurant with a stunning interior. I thought by myself: ok the interior is very nice.. The food will probably be mediocre but no.. The food was outstanding and not expensive at all.

 

6 Rue Vivienne, 75002 Paris, Frankrijk

George 5, Four Seasons.

 

An iconic place you must visit at least once.

 

31 Avenue George V, 75008 Paris

 

www.fourseasons.com/paris

I was invited for the collection presentation of  Dior, the first collection by Maria Grazia Chiuri. The first woman ever to take charge as creative director of Dior.  From a refreshingly viewpoint she maked a collection that included sporty and fragile aspects. The balance between the two led to a series of practical pieces.

All pictures by ©AnthonyBoelaertPhotography

 except from picture:     16,17,18,19,20,21,22,24,25

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