Boulangerie-Pâtisserie Liberté (Paris)

Welcome to the bakery of the future. The stylishly modern interior design combined to an airy space breaks the rules of the tradi/cosy local baker shop style, with a sleek and massive marble… Continue reading

Wythe Hotel (New York)

Recently opened in hip Williamsburg , The Wythe Hotel actually started with the discovery of a factory on the area waterfront. The old industrial building was first constructed in 1901, and it has then been… Continue reading

Views of the skyline (New York)

Whitney Museum of American Art (New York)

The Whitney Museum of American Art — known as “The Whitney” — has reopened its doors in May 2015, after having been closed for renovation. Focusing on 20th- and 21st-century American art, the… Continue reading

High Line (New York)

The High Line is one of the greatest accomplished public projects for New Yorkers on the West Side and is worth visiting at any time of the year. The High Line is this… Continue reading

Gansevoort Market (New York)

Avant-garde Meatpacking District now boasts its Gansevoort Market, which is also called by locals the “little Chelsea Market”. Only a few blocks away, it is a more intimate, less crowded and touristy, but equally… Continue reading

New York Bar at Park Hyatt hotel (Tokyo)

A magic place – that’s what it is. Parc Hyatt Tokyo and it’s top-floor New York Bar own their popularity to the Lost in Translation experience – the famous movie that Sofia Coppola… Continue reading

Leon & Harper (Paris)

« Hello, I love you, can you tell me your name ? »- what a welcoming, right ? Being greeted by such a sentence puts you instantly in a good mood. And makes… Continue reading

L’Eclaireur (Paris)

L’Eclaireur is the ultimate fashion destination in Paris. More precisely, this is a great spot for fashion lovers in the lookout for exclusive luxury pieces. The place itself is worth a visit, with interiors… Continue reading

Mary Céleste (Paris)

It’s beautiful, it’s full of young (in their 30s), fashionable people and it’s all about tapas and cocktails. Yes, this is the Mary Céleste we’re talking about. The bar owns its name to the… Continue reading

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