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february 2016
Issue No
265
PARIS MONTHLY CITYGUIDE
FASHION ...
THE PARIS ADDRESS
FOR WATCHES
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The guide
20 SHOPPING
The latest trends
and the hottest fashions
48 ARTS & ATTRACTIONS
This ...
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Sandra Iskander
[Editor]
WHERE PARIS supports:
Published by the Visitor Publications
divisio...
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Precious
and rare
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February
HOT DATESDiscover the best of February in Paris
Bite into Valentine’s Day
February14
Celebrate the day of love in...
PARIS THIS MONTH
Musical Adventures
february 13to14
See cult movie Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark as you
ha...
PARIS THIS MONTH
Trade Shows
& Art Fairs
KarlLagerfeldAutoportrait©New-York2011Impressionjetd’encrenoiretblancsurpapierFab...
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By Sandra Iskander
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hey say it is the most romantic city
in the world and with a museum
dedicat...
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A
ccording to the Chinese zodiac,
2016 will be the year of the fire
monkey, which is a sma...
shrimp sautéed with asparagus, and chopped
pork and clams with chives and steamed oat
flour buns. Finish up with the gelée...
Fast food
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abulous Fiats, racy Renaults and
automobile memorabilia all offer an
entertain...
brownies, chocolate sauce and whipped cream.
Or you might want to opt for the Elysées pastry
especially created for the ca...
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pastel landscape of pinks
and blues on silk, a painting
of variations ...
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ShoppingFor Her | For Him | Gift Ideas | Royal Jewels Photo Shoot | Beauty | For Children
The Guide
By Sandra Iskander
Tur...
Shopping
For Her
Every Little Step Counts
Does every step you take count if it is not being counted and registered by an a...
SHOPPING
For Him
Step into Africa
Robert Clergerie artistic director Roland Mouret has collaborated with French
alternativ...
Dressed to the Nines
The second boutique for the successful The Nines story
recently opened up in the chic 8th arrondissem...
GIFTS FROM
SHOPPING
Gift Ideas
24 WHERE PARIS I FEBRUARY 2016
FOR HER
1. Offer her the gift of perfumed art with
Guerlain’...
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FOR HIM
1. Turn all your calls to him to red hot with
the new HTC One A9. With a super-thin
metal...
Shopping
Fashion
Left to right: Mathilde wears Chaumet ring and necklace, Chantal Thomass lingerie set and corset,
and Man...
Photographer: Marc Martinon
Stylist: Joanna Kalinski
Make-Up Artist: Stéphane Dussard
Hair Stylist: Julie Mandin
Photograp...
Damiani necklaces, bracelet and earrings,
and Simone Perele lingerie set
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Chaumet tiara, ring and
bracelet, Chanel necklace,
and Aubade bra and silk robe
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de Grisogono necklace, Breguet
ring, and ID Sarrieri bodysuit
(Available at Printemps)
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Gucci necklace, ring and
earrings, Agent Provocateur
lingerie set and garter belt,
and Wolford stockings
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Breguet necklace, ring and earrings, Fifi
Chachnil lingerie set, garter belt and perfume
bottle, and Chantal Thomass stock...
Chanel necklace, earrings and ring, and
Chantal Thomass bodysuit and bolero
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Shopping
Beauty
Savagely Male
Dior’s nose, François Demachy, has created a new fragrance
f...
Ready to Relax?
A hot towel, soaked in vodka and lime
juice, to relieve you of muscular tension,
is only the beginning of ...
SHOPPING
For Children
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Mini Karl
Children’s clothing has just
been blessed with haute design...
LA VALLÉE VILLAGE IS ONE OF THE CHIC OUTLET SHOPPING®
VILLAGES
EUROPE BICESTER VILLAGE LONDON KILDARE VILLAGE DUBLIN LA VA...
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Mettez | Clothing: Men & WomenLampe Berger Pari...
shopping
Address Book
Chopard | Jewellery & Watches de Grisogono | Jewellery & Watches
Bernardaud-11rueRoyale(8th
),
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LUXURY MAP
Faubourg Saint-Honoré
JANSSENS & JANSSENS
In the very heart of the Faubourg St-Honoré
discover more than 3,000 ...
If you are looking for a wide selection of exquisite timepieces
and FINe jewellery, you only need to keep one name in mind...
SHOP STOP
ANGELA CAPUTI
Italian jewellery designer Angela Caputi set up
her workshop in Florence in 1975. Her unique
high ...
BERETTA GALLERY
Beautiful tailored sport and casual wear from
the legendary family-owned, Italian house
specialised in the...
BUCHERER PARIS
In the heart of the Opera district, between Place
Vendôme and Boulevard Haussmann, the House
Buchererunveil...
CHAMBORD®
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Coffee Maker
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LOUIS QUATORZE
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thatisinspired...
DOT-DROPS®
DOT-DROPS® is the brand of choice for the “happy
few”ofelitetravellers.ThephilosophyoftheFrench
manufacturer is...
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Magazine mensuel Where Paris n°265, english edition, daté février 2016 / February 2016
Magazine mensuel Where Paris n°265, english edition, daté février 2016 / February 2016
Magazine mensuel Where Paris n°265, english edition, daté février 2016 / February 2016
Magazine mensuel Where Paris n°265, english edition, daté février 2016 / February 2016
Magazine mensuel Where Paris n°265, english edition, daté février 2016 / February 2016
Magazine mensuel Where Paris n°265, english edition, daté février 2016 / February 2016
Magazine mensuel Where Paris n°265, english edition, daté février 2016 / February 2016
Magazine mensuel Where Paris n°265, english edition, daté février 2016 / February 2016
Magazine mensuel Where Paris n°265, english edition, daté février 2016 / February 2016
Magazine mensuel Where Paris n°265, english edition, daté février 2016 / February 2016
Magazine mensuel Where Paris n°265, english edition, daté février 2016 / February 2016
Magazine mensuel Where Paris n°265, english edition, daté février 2016 / February 2016
Magazine mensuel Where Paris n°265, english edition, daté février 2016 / February 2016
Magazine mensuel Where Paris n°265, english edition, daté février 2016 / February 2016
Magazine mensuel Where Paris n°265, english edition, daté février 2016 / February 2016
Magazine mensuel Where Paris n°265, english edition, daté février 2016 / February 2016
Magazine mensuel Where Paris n°265, english edition, daté février 2016 / February 2016
Magazine mensuel Where Paris n°265, english edition, daté février 2016 / February 2016
Magazine mensuel Where Paris n°265, english edition, daté février 2016 / February 2016
Magazine mensuel Where Paris n°265, english edition, daté février 2016 / February 2016
Magazine mensuel Where Paris n°265, english edition, daté février 2016 / February 2016
Magazine mensuel Where Paris n°265, english edition, daté février 2016 / February 2016
Magazine mensuel Where Paris n°265, english edition, daté février 2016 / February 2016
Magazine mensuel Where Paris n°265, english edition, daté février 2016 / February 2016
Magazine mensuel Where Paris n°265, english edition, daté février 2016 / February 2016
Magazine mensuel Where Paris n°265, english edition, daté février 2016 / February 2016
Magazine mensuel Where Paris n°265, english edition, daté février 2016 / February 2016
Magazine mensuel Where Paris n°265, english edition, daté février 2016 / February 2016
Magazine mensuel Where Paris n°265, english edition, daté février 2016 / February 2016
Magazine mensuel Where Paris n°265, english edition, daté février 2016 / February 2016
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  1. 1. ® ® february2016/#265PARISMONTHLYCITYGUIDEPARIS-ENGLISHEDITION february 2016 Issue No 265 PARIS MONTHLY CITYGUIDE FASHION • ARTS & ATTRACTIONS • dining • entertainment • maps ParisLetsLoveFly WP FEB 2016 COVER.indd 3 12/01/2016 16:04
  2. 2. THE PARIS ADDRESS FOR WATCHES 15_0011_BUC_Ann_WHERE2_dopp.indd 2 06.07.15 10:07 15_00 WP BUCHERER.indd 2 07/01/2016 10:44
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  4. 4. 4 WHERE PARIS I FEBRUARY 2016 The guide 20 SHOPPING The latest trends and the hottest fashions 48 ARTS & ATTRACTIONS This month’s round-up of exhibitions and attractions 56 DINING Our selection of the month’s hottest restaurants 70 ENTERTAINMENT This month’s best events and bars 78 NAVIGATE Your guide to getting around the city with maps and transport listings CONNECT WITH US ONLINE PERSONALISE YOUR PARIS AT WHERETRAVELER.COM PARIS | CONTENTS Facebook.com/whereparismagazine Twitter.com/whereparis February ® ON THE COVER Illustration by Marie Assénat Turn to page 64 to discover the limited edition collection of Le Chocolat des Français, which feature illustrations by talented artists including Marie Assénat THE PORTFOLIO IN PARIS We publish editions in Chinese (biannual), Russian (annual) and Latin American (annual). They are available on the concierge desk and in-room at all our partner hotels. Where is the largest global publisher of visitor magazines, available in the finest hotels and operating in 76 cities worldwide. PARIS - RUSSIAN EDITION Париж Открыть РОСКОШЬ|МОДА|ГАСТРОНОМИЯ|КУЛЬТУРА |КАРТЫ ПарижПариж ОткрытьОткрытьОткрыть КУЛЬТУРАКУЛЬТУРА 巴黎官方指南巴黎官方指南巴黎官方指南 银联国际银联国际银联国际 精品店 餐厅 景点 古迹精品店 餐厅 景点 古迹 PARIS -CHINESE EDITION ® Photo©MarcMartinon Secretly Romantic The top five romantic things in the City of Love A Chinese Celebration The best tables to bring in the Chinese New Year Revved Up Restaurants Revealed Discover the car showrooms offering up fare with flair 12 14 16 Turn to page 26 for our sexy Royal Jewels photo shoot ® ® february2016/#265ParISMONTHLyCITyGuIDeParIS-eNGLISHeDITION february 2016 Issue No 265 PARIS MONTHLY CITYGUIDE FASHION • ARTS & ATTRACTIONS • dININg • eNTeRTAINmeNT • mApS ParisLetsLoveFly WP FEB 2016 COVER.indd 3 12/01/2016 16:04 WP FEB TOC.indd 4 18/01/2016 08:13
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  6. 6. 6 WHERE PARIS I FEBRUARY 2016 Sandra Iskander [Editor] WHERE PARIS supports: Published by the Visitor Publications division of Morris Communications Company, LLC 725 Broad St., Augusta, GA 30901 WHERE PARIS 35 rue des Mathurins 75008 Paris, France Tel: +33 (0)1 43 12 56 56 Fax: +33 (0)1 43 12 56 57 PUBLISHER AND GENERAL MANAGER Pascal Tranchant* Tel: +33 (0)1 43 12 56 42 EDITOR Sandra Iskander* GROUP ART DIRECTOR Tim Benton ART EDITOR Shelley Varley DESIGNER Grant Pearce PRODUCTION MANAGER/LONDON Melanie Needham SENIOR PRODUCTION ASSISTANT Jennifer Bourne PRODUCTION ASSISTANT David Weeks CONTRIBUTING WRITERS Alexander Lobrano, Patricia Valicenti* DESIGNER AND PRODUCTION MANAGER Céline Février* GRAPHIC DESIGN MANAGER Laura Zaharia* SHOPPING MAPS ILLUSTRATOR Aline Zalko SALES DIRECTOR Jean-Louis Roux-Fouillet jeanlouis.rouxfouillet@wheremagazine.com ADVERTISING  SENIOR ACCOUNT MANAGER Corinne Durant* ADVERTISING  ACCOUNT MANAGERS Guillaume Prevel*, Romain Margot-Dufour* Publicité secteur Marché de l’Art HELIUM Publicité Tel: 01 48 01 86 86 contact@heliumpublicite.fr DISTRIBUTION AND HOTEL SERVICES MANAGER Suzanne Tang* EDITORIAL & MARKETING ASSISTANT Daria Kobzysta* OFFICE MANAGER Anne-Marie Dancy* *E-MAIL FOR ALL OF THE ABOVE FIRSTNAME.LASTNAMEWHEREMAGAZINE.COM MORRIS VISITOR PUBLICATIONS MVP I EUROPE MANAGING DIRECTOR EUROPE Chris Manning MVP I EXECUTIVE PRESIDENT Donna W. Kessler MVP I CREATIVE CHIEF CREATIVE OFFICER Haines Wilkerson DESIGN DIRECTOR Jane Frey CREATIVE COORDINATOR Beverly Mandelblatt MORRIS COMMUNICATIONS CHAIRMAN William S. Morris III PRESIDENT AND CEO William S. Morris IV Edité par Where Paris SNC. Société en nom collectif constituée le 26 mai 1993 au capital de €1.725.795. Durée 99 ans. 391 247 251 RCS PARIS. Représentant légal: Chris Manning. Tirage: 51,000 (OJD 2014). N° de ISSN: 1241-8625. Dépôt légal: février 2016. Reproduction interdite sauf accord préalable. Where® Magazine makes every effort to ensure the accuracy of the information it publishes, but cannot be held responsible for any consequences arising from errors or omissions. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part is strictly prohibited. Where® is a registered trademark of Morris Visitor Publications. THE TEAM | WHERE PARIS PROJECT IS ENDORSED BY A LETTER FROM THE EDITOR Plan ahead for your next visit to Paris, subscribe to Where® Magazine : Annual 12 issues €84 (France), €96 Europe, €132 (outside Europe). Contact : Anne-Marie Dancy Tel : +33 (0)1 43 12 56 41 E-mail : annemarie.dancy@wheremagazine.com SENIOR ACCOUNT MANAGER Corinne Durant GROUP ART DIRECTOR Tim Benton GRAPHIC DESIGN MANAGER Laura Zaharia Where better to celebrate Saint Valentine’s Day than in the City of Love. In this issue we bring you Secretly Romantic, a romantic round-up of our favourite places to celebrate not only Valentine’s Day but any day spent in the French capital. we also bring you a his and hers gift guide to help you find the perfect gift for your special someone, while our dazzling Royal Jewels photo shoot is a feast for the eyes with glamourous queens, Marie-Antoinette, Cleopatra and Elizabeth I modelling sexy lingerie and haute jewellery. February also marks the Chinese New Year and in our special A Chinese Celebration feature we bring you the city’s best tables to bring in the New Year with a Chinese feast. For our culture chasers you will find a rich round-up of exhibitions taking place around the city this month including the festivities organised in celebration of the Musée du Quai Branly’s tenth anniversary. We also take you to Fontainebleau where you can visit the Chinese museum, Musée Chinois, where Empress Eugénie’s fine collection of Far Eastern treasures are exhibited. On our Entertainment pages the show Stomp will show you how brooms and rubbish bins can be transformed into fantastical musical instruments, while for our readers who like to discover hidden gems by night we bring you the newest speakeasy bar hidden behind the most unexpected location. We hope you enjoy this issue and your stay in the City of Romance. Welcome to Paris The papers used for this magazine are produced from certified sustainable sources by mills with recognised environmental accreditation. WP FEB MASTHEAD.indd 6 18/01/2016 08:14
  7. 7. ALCOHOL ABUSE IS DANGEROUS FOR HEALTH. CONSUME WITH MODERATION. boizel.fr Precious and rare L’ABUSD’ALCOOLESTDANGEREUXPOURLASANTÉ-ÀCONSOMMERAVECMODÉRATION-PrécieuxetrareRioGrande-PhotoThomasDhellemmes 4669_BOIZEL_WHERE PARIS_DEC:Mise en page 1 23/10/14 16:32 Page 1 WP BOIZEL.indd 1 07/01/2016 10:50
  8. 8. February HOT DATESDiscover the best of February in Paris Bite into Valentine’s Day February14 Celebrate the day of love in the City of Love with a heart-shaped chocolate lock complete with a chocolate key created by French pastry house Dalloyau. 101 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré (8th), 01 42 99 90 50 WP FEB HOT DATES.indd 8 12/01/2016 15:27
  9. 9. PARIS THIS MONTH Musical Adventures february 13to14 See cult movie Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark as you have never seen it before at the Palais des Congrès de Paris. The part movie-part concert sees the Star Pop Orchestra, directed by conductor Christophe Eliot, punctuate the adventures of Indiana Jones as he embarks on recovering the Ark of the Covenant. Get your tickets at Fnac. Fashion on Paper february1to6 For the first time in France discover the illustrations of artist Richard Haines. Inspired by the world of fashion, drawn from the front rows of fashion shows around the world, the 40 illustrations are part of Haines’s A Private Line exhibition at the Huberty & Breyne Gallery. 91 rue Saint-Honoré (8th), 01 40 28 04 71 Champagne©ISTOCK;RichardHaines©courtesyHubertyBreyne Champagne and Haute Cuisine february11to14 Under the extravagant dome of the Grand Palais, Champagne Laurent-Perrier is hosting an ephemeral bar between the 11th and the 14th of the month in celebration of the second edition of Taste of Paris, giving you the luxurious opportunity to sip on champagne as you make your way through the festival. The annual event sees the stars of the culinary world come together to showcase their talents and offer guests the opportunity to discover and taste their signature dishes. This year the event sees 18 great chefs take part in the festival, including Alain Ducasse, Thierry Marx and Stéphanie Le Quellec. Visit www.tasteofparis.fr to book your tickets. www.wheretraveler.com  9 WP FEB HOT DATES.indd 9 12/01/2016 15:27
  10. 10. PARIS THIS MONTH Trade Shows & Art Fairs KarlLagerfeldAutoportrait©New-York2011Impressionjetd’encrenoiretblancsurpapierFabriano©2015KarlLagerfeld;DaliWatch©MontreMolle,SalvadorDali©Daum2015 MON 1-2 VIVEZ NATURE This show brings together organic foods as well as natural and environmentally friendly products and services. Conferences, workshops and demonstrations are all on the agenda.The show is open from 10:30am to 8pm and until 6:30pm on the 2nd. www.vivez-nature.com Grande Hall de la Villette, Porte de Pantin (19th) WED-SUN 3-7 RETROMOBILE This is the show for vintage and collectable vehicles. Among this year’s highlights is a presentation of six vehicles that are over 100 years old but still in working condition.The SaumurTank Museum is also exhibiting its legendary tanks.The show is open from 10am to 7pm and until 10pm on the 3rd and 5th. www.retromobile.fr Paris Expo, 1 Place de la Porte de Versailles (15th) THURS-SUN 4-7 L’AIGUILLE EN FETE You will find all you need for knitting and needle work at this attractive trade fair. New creations and innovative textiles from all over the world are featured. Lessons and workshops are available as well, and speed knitting and sewing championships are held during the show. The show is open from 9:30 to 7pm, until 9pm on the 5th and until 5pm on the 7th. www.aiguille-en-fete.com Paris Expo, 1 Place de la Porte de Versailles (15th) THURS-MON 4-8 SALON DU BIEN-ETRE, MEDECINE DOUCE AND THALASSO Health and well-being are featured here along with traditional and holistic medicine and mineral water therapy treatments.There are workshops for various products and treatments and a conference programme.The show is open from 10:30am to 7pm. www.salon-medecinedouce.com Paris Expo, 1 Place de la Porte de Versailles (15th) SAT-SUN 6-7 PARIS MANGA This colourful show explores the world of the manga and science fiction through exhibitions, animations, projections and concerts. Special guests, stars from the world of science fiction and fantasy and make-up sessions are all on the agenda.The show is open from 10:30am to 7pm. www.parismanga.fr Paris Expo, 1 Place de la Porte de Versailles (15th) WED-MON 10-15 PARAPSY This show is devoted to clairvoyance, telepathy, divination, the esoteric and alternative science and medicine. Healing, well-being, destiny readings, consultations and conferences are also on the agenda.The show is open from 10:30am to 8pm and until 10pm on the 10th, 11th and 12th. www.salonparapsy.com Espace Champerret, Place de la Porte de Champerret (17th) 10 WHERE PARIS I FEBRUARY 2016 Behind Lagerfeld’s Lens ALL MONTH Discover fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld’s other talent of capturing his world of fashion and travel on film. The Karl Lagerfeld, A Visual Journey exhibition brings together the multi-talented artist’s fashion photography as well as breath-taking landscapes. Pinacothèque de Paris, 8 rue Vignon (9th), 01 44 56 88 80 Designer kisses ALL MONTH Don’t miss your chance to get your hands on the limited edition Just a Kiss collection by Princesse Tam Tam. Collaborating with designer Yazbukey, Princesse Tam Tam’s latest capsule collection, featuring Yazbukey’s signature red lips, is a must-have for all fashionistas. Available at all Princesse Tam Tam boutiques including 29 rue des Francs Bourgeois (4th), 01 44 78 96 21 Crystal Art FEBRUARY1TO14 Espace Dalí brings together, for the first time, works of art by world-renowned artists, including, naturally, Salva- dor Dalí, Hilton McConnico and Ben, as part of its Daum, Variations d’Artistes exhibi- tion. The show exhibits works created by each artist using Daum crystal, with 26 pieces designed by Dalí, including his iconic melting clock. 11 rue Poulbot (18th), 01 42 64 40 10 WP FEB HOT DATES.indd 10 12/01/2016 15:28
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  13. 13. www.wheretraveler.com  13 By Sandra Iskander T hey say it is the most romantic city in the world and with a museum dedicated to romance, a love wall and postcard-worthy views, Paris truly owns its City of Romance title, making it the most romantic destination for any day of the year though particularly special for Valentine’s Day. With many from around the world coming to Paris to declare their love, from marriage proposals to celebrations of special anniversaries, the city dubbed the City of Romance has played host to endless romantic stories over the centuries. If you are looking for a lesser known rendezvous spot, away from the traditional locations, to create your own memory you cannot bypass the Love Wall. Le Mur des Je T’Aime is a mural paved with tiles declaring “I Love You” in 300 languages, creating, literally, a love-filled backdrop for your declaration of love. While to many Paris is all about romance, to others it is all about the cuisine, and with more fine tables found than in any other city in the world, the French capital gives you the opportunity to combine the two loves. Le Grand Véfour is an institution of the culinary capital and is a fine example of where guests are invited to sample refined French fare and experience the romance of the dining room where delicate carved panelling and neo- classical frescoes mirror the royal history of the city where past diners included Jean-Paul Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir. The Michelin- starred restaurant secretly tucked beneath the Secretly Romantic Secret Paris beautiful Palais Royal arcades is where French chef Guy Martin demonstrates his culinary prowess, serving rich dishes including foie gras ravioli with a truffle cream emulsion and his famous praline and milk chocolate palet for dessert served with salted caramel ice-cream. and while the chef’s cooking school in the 8th arrondissement is closed for renovations, this sumptuous restaurant, which oozes yesteryear glamour, is where his cooking classes are being held, offering amateurs an exceptional opportunity to learn the fine art of haute cuisine in one of the oldest and one of the most opulent settings in the city, if not the world. Bursting with the arts, a lovely way to spend Valentine’s Day in Paris is to visit some of the world’s most extraordinary museums. One of the museums made with love is the Musée de la Vie Romantique (Museum of the Romantic Life) where you will find mementos of George Sand and Chopin and paintings by Ary Scheffer. The museum dedicated to everything romance is nestled in an Italian villa, a perfectly preserved mansion, which was home to the 19th century artist Scheffer. France is known for its savoir-faire in jewellery design and haute joaillerie house Edéenne offers clients the rare chance to create their unique pieces right in the heart of the French capital. Inspired by the jewel-like stones she saw on a diving trip, the designer embarked on the art of jewellery design. Setting her apart from other designers is her belief that each piece should be unique to its holder. By appointment only you can meet with the designer in a secret place, hidden from the world, and work with her on the design you want, creating a luxuriously bespoke item fit to gift to a special someone. It may be a cliché and it may be too traditional but it still remains one of the most beautiful places to soak in the romance of the city. The Eiffel Tower was designed in 1889 for the World’s Fair and it was welcomed with mixed reviews at the time, and now, almost 130 years later, it has become the symbol of the city and the iconic monument that marks a million and one memorable romantic memories. for the perfect view of the Tower make your way to the Palais de Chaillot where you can take in its splendour in full, and wait for the sun to set, setting up the most romantic moment for you, when the Eiffel Tower starts twinkling in the night with what seems like millions of sparkling diamonds. Le Mur des Je T’Aime Square Jehan Rictus 10 rue André Barsacq (18th) Le Grand VEfour 17 rue de Beaujolais (1st), 01 42 96 56 27 MusEe de la Vie Romantique 16 rue Chaptal (9th), 01 55 31 95 67 EdEenne 10 rue de la Paix (2nd), 06 80 42 10 50 Palais de Chaillot 1 place du Trocadéro (16th) Photo©ParisTouristOffice-AmélieDupont WP FEB Secret De Paris.indd 13 18/01/2016 08:15
  14. 14. 14  WHERE Paris I february 2016 A ccording to the Chinese zodiac, 2016 will be the year of the fire monkey, which is a smart, quick- witted, frank sign. Usher in the Chinese New Year on February 7, 2016, which is Chinese New Year’s eve, and New Year’s Day February 8, with a feast at one of Paris’s many excellent Chinese restaurants, or take a break from the delicious but hearty dishes of winter in France with a lighter oriental meal. Chez Ly The elegant Madame Ly has created a superb little chain of Chinese restaurants since she arrived in Paris from Hong Kong in 1988. All five of her addresses in stylish western Paris are elegant places with refined decors, charming service and excellent cooking. If one stands out as a destination for a special Chinese New Year’s feast, however, it might be the enchanting restaurant on Rue Lord Byron just off the Champs-Elysées, because it’s spacious and beautifully well-lit. Start with the langoustine salad, some steamed Cantonese- style ravioli filled with shrimp, chicken and vegetables, and maybe an order of the steamed salt and pepper shrimp, and then try impeccably cooked main courses such as filet of beef with ginger and chives or Hong Kong- style lacquered duck. Finish up with a fresh mango for dessert, and note that they have an excellent wine list as well. 8 rue Lord Byron (8th), 01 45 63 88 68 Chez Vong The elaborate décor with lush greenery, big-bellied Buddhas, dark wood panelling, fountains and Chinese porcelain, and a convenient location in Les Halles in the middle of Paris are as much of a draw as the cooking at this long-running and rather dressy Chinese table. Portions are modest, so begin with a variety of starters, maybe some Peking-style soup and then the sea bass and lotus root salad and steamed raviolis before ordering dishes like Sichuan-style beef and, for high rollers, the lacquered Bresse chicken, which must be ordered in advance and is priced at a solid 142 euros. 10 rue Grande Truanderie (1st), 01 40 26 09 36 L’Orient d’Or The garlands of red chili peppers in the dining room at this relaxed, affordable and very popular restaurant not far from the Folies Bergère are a tip-off that the kitchen here uses the same ingredient generously. They’ll tone a dish down on request, however, and not all of the Hunanese dishes are fire-alarm hot. Try the jellyfish salad, delicious smoked pork with chives and dried peppers, steamed scallops with crushed garlic, tripe with pepper and sautéed Chinese cabbage. 22 rue de Trévise (9th), 01 48 00 07 73 Shang Palace Hidden away on a lower level of the discreet and very luxurious Shangri-La Hotel Paris hotel, this plush and very intimate Michelin one-star restaurant is not only the most elegant Chinese restaurant in Paris but one of the city’s very best. Chef Samuel Lee, a native of Hong Kong, cooks exquisitely refined but richly flavoured dishes like the best Peking duck in Paris, the skin is crunchy, the bird fully flavoured, and the sauces resonant. Also try the umami-rich, Lanterns©IStock By Alexander Lobrano A chinese celebration WP FEB CHINESE RESTAURANTS.indd 14 12/01/2016 15:35
  15. 15. shrimp sautéed with asparagus, and chopped pork and clams with chives and steamed oat flour buns. Finish up with the gelée of sakura with lime and a black sesame bun. 10 ave d’Iéna (16th), 01 53 67 19 92 TANG The exceptionally cordial service and excellent cooking at this tranquil restaurant in a quiet residential district of the well-heeled 16th arrondissement have made this restaurant one of the best regarded Chinese kitchens in Paris. Classic dishes such as spring rolls, Peking duck and various noodle dishes are made with first- rate ingredients and great care. 125 rue de la Tour (16th), 01 45 04 35 35 TAOKAN Tucked away in the heart of Saint-Germain- des-Prés, this decidedly chic and very intimate little restaurant attracts a stylish international clientele who appreciate its low lighting, comfortable ecru décor and light, healthy, carefully cooked dishes. Start off with one of the house cocktails, a Taokan, which is made with Aperol, Champagne and yuzu liqueur, and then try the lobster and green apple ravioli, grilled Peking-style ravioli stuffed with chicken, scallop and mango tartare, and steamed cod with fresh ginger and white tea sauce. 8 rue du Sabot (6th), 01 42 84 18 36 LA TAVERNE DE ZHAO This simple little restaurant near the Canal Saint-Martin in the hip young 10th arrondissement has become a hit for the authentic cooking of China’s Shaanxi province that’s served up by the amiable Zhao, who grew up there. The eager crowd of regulars flocks here for the pork and cucumber filled crepes, ravioli, meat buns and hot pot dishes of noodles in bouillon with various garnishes. 49 rue des Vinaigriers (10th), 01 40 37 16 21 TRICOTIN This big busy restaurant in Paris’s main “Chinatown”, the neighbourhood in the 13th arrondissement that runs from Place d’Italie to the périphérique, or beltway that encircles Paris, is the perfect place to come in a group Clockwise from top left: Shang Palace; Traditional fried rice at Shang Palace; The dining room at Chez Ly Lanterns©IStock ShangPalace©FabriceRambert;Dish©BernhardWinkelmann;ChezLy©FrancoiseDorelli for a big feast of the dim sum (mostly steamed, sometimes fried dumplings), which are their specialty. Among the best ones are the ha kao (shrimp dumplings), sui mai (dumpling filled with Chinese chives), and lo mao gai, or rice cooked inside of a lotus leaf. They also do good chow fun (thick rice noodles), roast pork and sautéed Chinese broccoli. The pace is fast and furious at this casual place, but the food is delicious and very reasonably priced. 15 ave de Choisy (13th), 01 45 84 74 44 TROIS FOIS PLUS DE PIMENT This attractive new restaurant in the Marais has been packed ever since it opened several months ago because the quality of its dumplings and noodle dishes is so good. The chef comes from Chengdu, the capital of China’s Sichuan province, which explains the serious spiciness of the cooking here, although the heat can be moderated for those with more timid palates. The Dan-Dan noodles in soup are especially good, as are the Sichuan-style beef noodles and the vegetarian version of the same dish. Eat-in or takeaway. 184rueSaintMartin(3rd),0652667531 www.wheretraveler.com 15 Chinese Restaurants WP FEB CHINESE RESTAURANTS.indd 15 12/01/2016 15:36
  16. 16. Fast food 16  WHERE Paris I february 2016 F abulous Fiats, racy Renaults and automobile memorabilia all offer an entertaining and design filled setting to enjoy fine and authentic food from a host of horizons. One of the most iconic places in town to stop in for a good homemade meal in a singularly automobile ambiance is the aptly named Auto Passion Café. The restaurant opened at the end of 1999 and has been going strong ever since. Seven days a week car lovers and just lovers of good food and a unique ambiance swirl through their doors. There are no less than 20 display windows presenting the memorabilia and diverse documents of a host of automobile clubs who regularly hold their meetings there, for some every month, and a new car thrones in the establishment every three weeks. It is a lieu that has been frequented by figures in the auto racing world including Sébastien Loeb and Alain Prost and the establishment hosts dinner debates with racing car drivers twice a month. There is a full cocktail menu with whimsically named drinks like the Racing Car Driver or the Hitchhiker (these two are alcohol-free) or savour a Rally menu at lunch time that includes a choice of three appetisers and main courses from the main menu called the Kart, a word play on the French word for menu, carte, and karting. There is also a little driver’s menu for children with a choice of mini cheeseburgers and spaghetti carbonara, followed by dessert. Offerings on the main menu include a generous platter of cold cuts, terrines and Cantal cheese to share or an antipasto of grilled vegetables with wholegrain bread. The appetiser course, named Starting Grid on the menu, brings several choices including a poached organic egg with seasonal mushrooms and chorizos sausage while main courses, called Pit Stop, include pork tenderloin in an orange and ginger sauce served with homemade purée or filet of sea bass with almond crumble and candied lemon. Desserts, referred to naturally as the Finish Line, offer up French toast or a mango passion fruit tiramisu. Meanwhile, delicious food, great drinks, cars, cars, and more cars, exhibitions revolving around them and a fine boutique are all found in the luminous L’Atelier Renault, an emblematic venue on the Champs-Elysées where traditional French brasserie fare can be enjoyed on the 1st floor in a convivial ambiance punctuated by automotive activities and events. Offerings at the L’Atelier Renault Café reflect the revolving exhibitions held in the concept store. Winning appetisers include salmon gravlax or warm goat cheese with honey and pecans. The grilled sea scallops are accompanied to perfection by a creamy Parmesan-filled risotto and among the Grand Prix quality meats on the menu is the confit of lamb shoulder served with heirloom vegetables. But the real fun here is found on the dessert menu. Indulge in the Coupe de L’Atelier Renault Café, a sinful bowl filled with chocolate, salted caramel and hazelnut praline ice-creams, L’AtelierRenaultCafe©OlivierMartinGambier revved upRestaurants revealedBy Patricia Valicenti WP FEB RETROMOBILE.indd 16 12/01/2016 15:39
  17. 17. brownies, chocolate sauce and whipped cream. Or you might want to opt for the Elysées pastry especially created for the café by the Parisian house of tea and pastries Angelina. Before or after your meal or a drink discover an array of Renault cars in the showroom downstairs or watch Grand Prix races broadcast live. There is a free workshop for children daily and a boutique carries a fine selection of miniatures, key chains and Formula 1 products. Over at MotorVillage, the Parisian showcase for the mythical Italian carmaker Fiat, a state- of-the art avant-garde space offers a journey into Italy and its worlds of design, technology, fashion and of course great cuisine. From the elegant NoLita restaurant upstairs or the café La Terrazza downstairs you can gaze upon the cars in a magical glass tube that rises up 14 metres high into the middle of the space showcasing a car on each floor. It offers a glimpse into the world of Fiat and its iconic car makes among them Alfa Romeo, Lancia and Maserati. The La Terrazza café offers great Italian coffees all day long and classic light Italian fare and snacks like authentic pizza and freshly made panini while genuine Italian cuisine from throughout the peninsula is served upstairs at NoLita where the menu changes with the seasons. The winter menu proposed by chef Vittorio Beltramelli includes a range of superbly prepared starters like tiny and tasty fried octopus and his celebrated vitello tonnato (thinly sliced veal with tuna) flavoured with black truffle. For the pasta course the spaghetti Cacio & Pepe is a fine choice bursting with peppery cheese and Sicilian shrimp marinated in lime. The calf’s liver, Venetian style of course, is done to perfection. The Motor Village ambiance is all enhanced by cutting edge videos, temporary exhibitions and a superb boutique. Another automotive note, the Rétromobile trade show, which showcases classic, vintage and collector cars, rolls into Paris from February 3rd through to February 7th. Being held for NoLita (top photo); Auto Passion Café (above); L’Atelier Renault (opposite page) Nolita©JoelPeyrou L’AtelierRenaultCafe©OlivierMartinGambier L’ATELIER RENAULT 53 ave des Champs-Elysées (8th), 01 76 84 14 14 AUTO PASSION CAFÉ 197 blvd Brune (14th), 01 45 43 20 20 MOTORVILLAGE 2 Rond-Point des Champs-Elysées (8th), 01 53 75 78 78 RETROMOBILE Paris Expo, 1 Place de la Porte de Versailles (15th) the 41st time, this international event brings together carmakers, clubs, federations and automobilia dealers. This year the spotlight is being placed on a collection of rare and classic cars assembled by a woman, Julia, whose collection includes a Bugatti Type 40 Fiacre that Jean Bugatti had built for his sister Lydia. www.wheretraveler.com 17 WP FEB RETROMOBILE.indd 17 12/01/2016 15:39
  18. 18. WHERE PARIS PROMOTION A being emerges in a pleasant pastel landscape of pinks and blues on silk, a painting of variations on purple, deep pink, blues and greens forms a perfect square in abstract, a group of what seems to be friends sits around a table at a whimsical airport surrounded by greenery and in an installation, colourful carpets line the walls, ceiling and floor of a room. Contemporary Chinese art is currently being showcased at the Fondation Louis Vuitton with an exhibition bringing together 12 artists from different generations who live in Mainland China. The show, entitled Bentu, Chinese Artists in the Turbulence of Transformation, displays works in a host of mediums reposing on various techniques drawn from local traditions and cultures as well as state-of the-art technology. Bentu means native land and in contemporary Chinese art implies a dialectical concept that reconciles local bentu with global bentu within a process of universalism and a critical re-discovery of true identity. This expression, bentu, is central to the reflection of artists, critics and researchers in China today. The works reflect an interpretation of the new economic order, ecology, as well as the transformation of the relationship between the city and the country and also address questions inherent to identity. This is the first exhibition devoted to Chinese art that has been held in France in 10 years and was organised in collaboration with the Ullens Center for Contemporary Art in Beijing. Parallel to the show, the Foundation’s permanent exhibition space will feature works emanating from the Foundation’s collection in a host of mediums by Xu Zhen, Ai Weiwei, Yang Fudong, Huang Yong Ping among other Chinese artists. Among the monumental works on display are Al Weiwei’s Tree and CONTEMPORARY CHINESE ART ComestotheEdgeof Town IwanBaanforFondationLouisVuitton©IwanBaan2014©GehrypartnersLLP;XUZHEN,New©XuZhen2015.Courtesydel’artisteetShanghartGallery,Shanghai IwanBaanforFondationLouisVuitton©IwanBaan2014©GehrypartnersLLP;RMBCity:ASecondLifeCityPlanningbyChinaTracyknownasCaoFei.©CaoFei,allrightsreserved.CourtesyVitaminCreativeSpace,Guangzhou 18  WHERE Paris I FEBRUARY 2016 WP FONDATION LOUIS VUITTON.indd 2 12/01/2016 15:43
  19. 19. IwanBaanforFondationLouisVuitton©IwanBaan2014©GehrypartnersLLP;XUZHEN,New©XuZhen2015.Courtesydel’artisteetShanghartGallery,Shanghai WHERE PARIS PROMOTION Zhang Huan’s spectacular head of Buddha. Meanwhile Xu Zhen transforms Guanyin, one of the most venerated goddesses of the Chinese Buddhist pantheon into an enlarged and highly coloured Pop art figure. Art and an extensive programme of musical events, cinema, performance art, poetry, conferences and debates round out the programme. The Fondation Louis Vuitton, dedicated to showcasing contemporary art, opened its doors in October of 2015. Housed in a spectacular building commissioned by Bernard Arnault and designed by the American architect Frank Gehry, the Foundation’s building features spaces dedicated to the permanent collections, temporary exhibitions and commissioned works. Its 350-seat adjustable auditorium was conceived to host various cultural events. The Foundation is located on the frontier between the Bois de Boulogne and the Jardin d’Acclimatation, delightful strolling spaces well known to Parisians. The charming Jardin d’Acclimatation is a 19th century landscaped park filled with a host of plant and animal species. The natural, woody environment of the Jardin d’Acclimatation served as an inspiration for Frank Gehry to create the Foundation’s structure of glass and transparency embodied in a glass shell, an assembly of blocks known as the “iceberg” that covers the body of the building. And the building, set on a water garden, blends brilliantly into the natural environment of woods and gardens around it. From the building’s terraces, unusual views and perspectives of Paris can be found along with those of the imminent woods. The metro stop for the Fondation is Les Sablons but the Foundation has set up an electric shuttle bus leaving every quarter of an hour from the Place Charles de Gaulle at the top of Avenue de Friedland and dropping visitors off in front of the Foundation. Bentu Exhibition through April Collection through September 5 Events through September 5 8 ave du Mahatma Gandhi-Bois de Boulogne (16th), 01 40 69 96 00 IwanBaanforFondationLouisVuitton©IwanBaan2014©GehrypartnersLLP;RMBCity:ASecondLifeCityPlanningbyChinaTracyknownasCaoFei.©CaoFei,allrightsreserved.CourtesyVitaminCreativeSpace,Guangzhou www.wheretraveler.com  19 WP FONDATION LOUIS VUITTON.indd 3 12/01/2016 15:43
  20. 20. ShoppingFor Her | For Him | Gift Ideas | Royal Jewels Photo Shoot | Beauty | For Children The Guide By Sandra Iskander Turn to page 26 for our Royal Jewels photo shoot with sexy lingerie and haute jewellery 20  WHERE Paris I february 2016 Photographer©MarcMartinon WP FEB SHOPPING.indd 20 12/01/2016 15:47
  21. 21. Shopping For Her Every Little Step Counts Does every step you take count if it is not being counted and registered by an activity-monitoring device? Until now tracking bracelets have looked like tracking devices, leaning towards a more masculine style but now with Polar’s new Loop Crystal you can count your steps and keep an eye out on your calorie intake without compromising your very fashionista style. Encrusted with Swarovski crystals, the Loop Crystal is waterproof, will alert you if you have not moved at all for 55 minutes and can even be connected to your smart phone, alerting you when you are receiving a call or a message. This is the perfect accessory for ladies who love fashion and who also want to keep in shape. Available at Printemps Sweet Jewellery New jewellery brand Sweet Paris, which was recently launched in the French capital a few months ago, designs jewellery with romance in mind. Cut diamonds are delicately set into 18-carat white, yellow and rose gold bracelets, rings, necklaces and earrings, which are fine and delicate enough to wear a couple of rings at a time or several bracelets together, conquering the stacking trend, or to wear alone to showcase the delicate designs of the pieces. There are 72 designs to choose from and each Sweet Paris piece of jewellery is individually numbered. Available at Printemps www.wheretraveler.com  21www.wheretraveler.com  21 Photographer©MarcMartinon WP FEB SHOPPING.indd 21 12/01/2016 15:47
  22. 22. SHOPPING For Him Step into Africa Robert Clergerie artistic director Roland Mouret has collaborated with French alternative rock band Lilly Wood & The Prick for a limited edition capsule collection of shoes. Inspired by their travels to Africa, Lilly Wood & The Prick have brought a certain tribal design to the ankle boots they designed for the luxury shoe brand. Black and white geometric patterns hand-printed on a black cotton canvas adorn the lace-up boots for gentlemen looking to take a fashionable step forward. 5 rue du Cherche-Midi (6th), 01 45 48 75 47 A Breguet Comeback It’s encircled by the exquisite jewellery houses renowned the world-over and now the Place Vendôme has welcomed a new boutique into its fold. The recently inaugurated Breguet boutique has reopened after months of renovations and is now not only a rendezvous for exquisite timepieces but it also boasts its very own museum. The ground floor invites you to discover the house’s latest time-telling offerings including the Marine 5823, which features a sapphire-crystal caseback and a gold with a matt black surface dial, while on the first floor the Musée Breguet awaits with the house’s precious archives beautifully exhibited, showcasing the savoir-faire of the house. Here you can discover and retrace the history of each watch on-show including Lord Seymour’s timepiece. Breguet Boutique 6 Place Vendôme (1st), 01 47 03 65 00 Being Briston Chic and sporty are the hallmarks of the youthful French watch brand Briston, which was founded three years ago and launched at the trendy Parisian concept store, Colette. The distinctive arched shape of the face of the house’s Clubmaster Classic watches make for a unique and vintage style. Tortoise shell and cellulose acetate, commonly used as a frame material for eyeglasses, were the materials of choice for the watch’s case. The noble material of cellulose acetate is fashioned from cotton fibres and flowers and Briston called upon the savoir-faire of the Italian house of Mazzucchelli to work on the cases. The collection is presented with the iconic nylon NATO watchstrap, first developed in the 1960s at the request of the British Defence Ministry for the Royal Navy, and which is robust and water resistant. The handsome Clubmaster Classic Gentleman Driver Chronograph in acetate and tortoise shell is outfitted with a blue sunray dial and yellow gold PVD. – P.V. Available at Colette 22 WHERE PARIS I FEBRUARY 2016 Breguet©S.dHalloy WP FEB SHOPPING.indd 22 18/01/2016 08:17
  23. 23. Dressed to the Nines The second boutique for the successful The Nines story recently opened up in the chic 8th arrondissement of the fashion capital. Conveniently located between the high-end boutiques aligning Rue Saint-Honoré and the city’s famous department stores, the new The Nines boutique is where you will find all the accessories you need to complete your look. From dapper to hipster, every gentleman is guaranteed to find the accessory he is looking for to add the finishing touch to his signature style. What started out as just an e-boutique in 2006, The Nines now offers their gentlemen shoppers a space to find cufflinks, ties, shirts and socks in every colour. From wine bottle-shaped cufflinks to azure blue socks, this new boutique makes it easy to find that one accessory that will pull your entire outfit together. The Nines Boutique 8 rue de l’Arcade (8th), 01 44 71 07 93 Bespoke Shirts You never have to worry about ill-fitting shirts again thanks to Swann & Oscar, where in the house’s recently opened boutique you can have your shirts tailor-made to your measurements and taste. With over 380 different fabrics on offer, your choice of collar and cuff designs, and the choice of adding or eliminating pockets, your shirt truly becomes your shirt thanks to it being catered to your personal preferences and style. From plain to printed cotton, there is a fabric to suit every look and with a monogramming service also available your bespoke shirt is guaranteed to be one of a kind. 1 rue de l’Arcade (8th), 01 44 19 74 96 Luxurious Leathers Created in 1832, ready-to-wear high-end brand Chapal has been designing elegant collections from its French atelier, transforming its savoir-faire in leather tanning into wearable luxury. Made in France, the collections are elegantly designed for the man on the move and who has a penchant for biker- inspired looks. The house specialises in leather and designs a ready-to-wear collection every season complemented by an accessories line, which includes supple leather weekend bags. This season Chapal goes a little bit retro and has released a line of leather jackets inspired by the world of aviation and car- racing, offering a selection of beautifully detailed leather bomber jackets. Chapal Showroom 244 rue de Rivoli (1st), 06 16 11 56 60 www.wheretraveler.com  23 Breguet©S.dHalloy WP FEB SHOPPING.indd 23 12/01/2016 15:56
  24. 24. GIFTS FROM SHOPPING Gift Ideas 24 WHERE PARIS I FEBRUARY 2016 FOR HER 1. Offer her the gift of perfumed art with Guerlain’s limited edition Guerlain x JonOne one-litre bottles. The American street artist has given the iconic Abeilles (bees) perfume bottle a burst of colour with his graffiti. Each bottle is numbered and signed and you can choose from three of the house’s signature scents, including La Petite Robe Noire. Guerlain Boutique 68 ave des Champs-Elysées (8th), 01 45 62 52 57 2. Give her your heart to wear on her sleeve, or rather around her neck, with Chopard’s Happy Hearts pendant. Chopard Boutique 1 Place Vendôme (1st), 01 55 35 20 10 3. Luxury doesn’t get better than caviar and crystal. With this limited edition Caviar Spectaculaire Baccarat crystal caviar server, which holds 75ml of La Prairie’s cult Skin Caviar Luxe Cream, you can offer her the ultimate gift, great skin and a beautiful crystal centrepiece for entertaining for when she finishes the skin caviar. La Prairie Spa Boutique 199 rue Saint-Honoré (1st), 01 42 21 18 72 4. Heal her bleeding heart with Graf’s Ink Bag clutch. Graf Boutique, 3 ave Montaigne (8th), 01 47 20 53 01 1 4 2 3 GIFTS FROM WP FEB SHOPPING.indd 24 12/01/2016 16:01
  25. 25. www.wheretraveler.com 25 FOR HIM 1. Turn all your calls to him to red hot with the new HTC One A9. With a super-thin metal frame and edge-to-edge Corning® Gorilla® Glass, the smartphone won’t only keep him connected but it also makes for an elegant accessory, and with Optical Image Stabilisation blurred photos will be a thing of the past. Available at SFR boutiques. 2. Boys will be boys, so treat his inner child with this limited edition Super Mario Bros. watch by Romain Jerome in celebration of the game’s 30th anniversary. Available at Colette 3. Seduce him into playing all your favourite tunes with this retro Ricatech turntable. AvailableatBHVMarais 4. Keep his beautiful eyes protected with a pair of sunglasses from Etnia Barcelona’s Vintage collection inspired by different neighbourhoods around the world, including San Francisco’s Mission District, the inspiration behind this colourful pair with clip-on shades. Available at GrandOptical 1 2 3 4 THE HEART WP FEB SHOPPING.indd 25 12/01/2016 16:02
  26. 26. Shopping Fashion Left to right: Mathilde wears Chaumet ring and necklace, Chantal Thomass lingerie set and corset, and Manolo Blahnik lace heels (Exclusively at Printemps); Eva wears Chanel ring and bracelet, Piaget necklace, Aubade lingerie set and stockings, Lou garter belt and Le Bon Marché shoes; Hélène wears Piaget ring and necklace, Chantal Thomass lingerie set, and Manolo Blahnik heels (Exclusively at Printemps) Jewels Royal WP FEB SHOPPING.indd 26 12/01/2016 16:10
  27. 27. Photographer: Marc Martinon Stylist: Joanna Kalinski Make-Up Artist: Stéphane Dussard Hair Stylist: Julie Mandin Photographer’s Assistant: Pierre-Hugo Rabier Models: Elizabeth I: Mathilde P from DMG Paris Marie-Antoinette: Eva S from VIP Models Cleopatra: Hélène M from VIP Models Fashion and Production Editor: Sandra Iskander Location: L’Hotel du Collectionneur WP FEB SHOPPING.indd 27 12/01/2016 16:10
  28. 28. Damiani necklaces, bracelet and earrings, and Simone Perele lingerie set WP FEB SHOPPING.indd 28 12/01/2016 16:13
  29. 29. Chaumet tiara, ring and bracelet, Chanel necklace, and Aubade bra and silk robe WP FEB SHOPPING.indd 29 12/01/2016 16:13
  30. 30. de Grisogono necklace, Breguet ring, and ID Sarrieri bodysuit (Available at Printemps) WP FEB SHOPPING.indd 30 13/01/2016 08:27
  31. 31. Gucci necklace, ring and earrings, Agent Provocateur lingerie set and garter belt, and Wolford stockings WP FEB SHOPPING.indd 31 13/01/2016 08:28
  32. 32. Breguet necklace, ring and earrings, Fifi Chachnil lingerie set, garter belt and perfume bottle, and Chantal Thomass stockings WP FEB SHOPPING.indd 32 13/01/2016 08:31
  33. 33. Chanel necklace, earrings and ring, and Chantal Thomass bodysuit and bolero WP FEB SHOPPING.indd 33 13/01/2016 08:31
  34. 34. 34  WHERE Paris I february 2016 Shopping Beauty Savagely Male Dior’s nose, François Demachy, has created a new fragrance for gentlemen looking to stand out in a sea of musky scents. The new Sauvage, inspired by men who are unmistakably masculine and are a little bit rough around the edges, is a scent wanting to bring out the natural animal within. A raw combination of citrus and amber notes create a crisp and clean scent that screams confidence and “one with nature”. Reggio Bergamot offers a very zesty top note of Sauvage before Ambroxan releases its amber notes, settling with Sichuan pepper and pink peppercorn adding a touch of spice to the zesty notes of elemi. This new scent embodies man and nature and to be sprayed with caution. Dior Cosmetics Boutique 368 rue Saint-Honoré (1st), 01 40 20 99 56 A Smart Smile FlashyourbestsmilethisV-DaywithForeo’snewISSAminitoothbrush.Used likearegulartoothbrushthatyouusewithregulartoothpaste,theISSAmini helpsyoubettercleanyourteethbytimingyouwhenbrushingyourpearly whites.Thesmarttoothbrushalertsyouevery30secondswhenbrushingyour teethtoindicatethetimetostartbrushinganothersectionofyourmouth, andshouldyoumissaclean,theISSAminiwilllightupwithafrownindicating thatapropertwo-minutebrushinghasnotbeenexercisedinatwelve-hour period.Availableinfourbrightcolours,theISSAmini,madewithsoftsiliconand featuringnylonbristles,isthebestwaytomakesureyounevermissaclean whileofferingadelicatebrushforyourteethandgums,andthebestpartis thatitonlytakesonehourtochargetogiveyouupto180cleans,soyoucan traveltheworldwithouthavingtoworryaboutrechargingyourbattery. Available at Sephora New For Your Vanity Case Givenchy’s new spring/summer 2016 beauty collection is what make-up bags are made for. The cosmetic products that make up this collection are made to create a natural and angelic look with lots of powder pinks to highlight your natural beauty. The Poudre Lumière can be used to add a sheer layer of light to your face, highlighting your natural beauty, and you can also use it as a blush, getting a two-in-one benefit from this make-up must-have. The Mister Gentlebalm, Lipcolour Enhancing Balm, will keep your lips hydrated in the cooler weather guaranteeing your lips stay soft and kissable at all times by enhancing their natural colour, while the Phenomen’Eyes mascara, with Givenchy’s signature spherical brush, is available for a limited time only in deep grey, giving your eyes a defined regard without the intensity of black. Givenchy Boutique 3 ave George V (8th), 01 44 31 50 00 Toothbrushes©ForeoIssa WP FEB SHOPPING.indd 34 13/01/2016 08:56
  35. 35. Ready to Relax? A hot towel, soaked in vodka and lime juice, to relieve you of muscular tension, is only the beginning of the relaxing moment you are promised at the Le Bristol by La Prairie spa where for the month of February a special Russian massage has been added to the spa’s luxurious menu of treatments. Based on the hot and cold therapy, the treatment takes you into the spa’s hammam to relax you and to also raise your body’s temperature before exfoliating your skin as you lay on a heated marble table and are treated to a tonifying massage. Back in the hammam you are then massaged with crushed ice before a venik of birch branches is used to massage your body, releasing a cocktail of essential oils, your body is detoxified and your blood circulation improved. This 80-minute treatment is a perfect way to start Valentine’s Day, leaving you relaxed and ready for the romance-filled day, or perhaps you can book you and your partner in for a duo massage and start the day’s celebrations early. 112 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré (8th), 01 53 43 41 67 Hair like Cleopatra Get hair like the Egyptian queen in only fifteen minutes. Hair salon L’Atelier des Couleurs offers the Patine Egyptienne hair treatment that leaves your hair feeling fuller and with a healthy shine. Catarina, the hairdresser to the stars, uses a cocktail of hibiscus powder, rhubarb and henna to penetrate your hair fibres, leaving your hair voluminous and shiny. The treatment is 100% organic and promises to keep your tresses shiny for two months. It is recommended you give your tresses the royal hair treatment after a colour, to lock it in and to wait at least two months before colouring your hair again. 4 rue Béranger (3rd), 01 44 61 19 89 A Colour Bar Specialising in hair colour, Le Bar des Coloristes is the ideal salon if you’re looking to perfectly match your natural hair colour or if you’re looking for a real change. Here the hairdressers aren’t interested in taking a gamble with your hair, their aim is for you to walk away with the colour you want. Many salons are preoccupied with proving they can radically cut your hair or to test new colour trends, but here it is all about the colour you want. Upon arrival you are seated at the “bar” for a consultation, to determine the state of your hair and what you would like done. Once it has been decided you are escorted upstairs where the magic happens. The salon also offers takeaway tubes sold with personalised step by step applications, a service chic Parisians love, and because your “prescription” is kept on file you never have to worry or guess your way through the colour selection process. 25 rue Royale (8th), 01 43 12 32 00 www.wheretraveler.com  35 Toothbrushes©ForeoIssa WP FEB SHOPPING.indd 35 13/01/2016 08:56
  36. 36. SHOPPING For Children 36 WHERE PARIS I FEBRUARY 2016 Mini Karl Children’s clothing has just been blessed with haute design thanks to Karl Lagerfeld’s very first children’s line. The collection, launched for the spring/summer 2016 season is made up of 90 pieces for young fashionistas, 60 pieces for young gentlemen and a capsule collection of 15 pieces for stylish babies. Inspired by the designer’s cat, Choupette, the clothes and accessories feature sketches of the cute cat. Black and white dominate the colour palette with flecks of pastels and primary colours. Available at Atelier de Courcelles boutiques May the Force be With You Star Wars fever is still everywhere and at Z Generation the Force has taken over a capsule collection for the little ones. Boys, aged between 2 and 14, can wear Darth Vader or Stormtroopers out or to bed with printed long-sleeved tees and a pair of pyjamas making up the intergalactic-inspired collection. Z Generation Boutique 39 rue de Rivoli (4th), 01 42 71 03 71 Go Nautical He is famous for his nautical stripes and now Jean Paul Gaultier has painted his children’s collection with strokes of white and blue. The spring/summer 2016 collections fun and young with a nod to Gaultier’s signature looks. Dresses, t-shirts and long-sleeved tees make up the collection and with a collaboration with tennis shoe go-to brand, Bensimon, your little ones can be dressed from head to toe in designer nautical stripes. Available at Galeries Lafayette WP FEB SHOPPING.indd 36 13/01/2016 08:58
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  40. 40. LUXURY MAP Faubourg Saint-Honoré JANSSENS & JANSSENS In the very heart of the Faubourg St-Honoré discover more than 3,000 different clothing fabrics,allextraordinary,andmanyusedbyhaute couturedesigners.OwnerFrançoiseJanssenscan alsorecommendoneof40localseamstresses. 3 rue d’Anjou - Paris 8th (Corner 46 Fbg Saint-Honoré) Tel: +33 (0)1 42 65 04 00 www.janssensparis.com SHOP STOP BOULEVARDDELAMADELEINE BOULEVARDDESCAPUCINES Longchamp Maje FauréLePageChanel Viktor&Rolf Coach Tumi Morabito Arije Emporio Armani Dior Omega Jimmy Choo de GrisogonoJ.M. Weston Anne Fontaine Bally Blumarine Hogan Ermenegildo Zegna Boucheron Les Dandys Hermès Lancôme Tod’s Cartier • •• • Sonia Rykiel Sotheby’s Pomellato Opera Gallery Chopard Caron Givenchy Jitrois Saint Laurent Salvatore Ferragamo Barbara Bui Apostrophe Frette Chanel Porsche Design Glashütte Original Heurgon • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •• • • • • • • • • • • • • ••• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Gucci Eres Poiray Kenzo Lancaster Lanvin Swarovski Michael Kors Mulberry Royal Quartz Hublot Valentino Ralph Lauren Chanel Dior Pierre Cardin F.P. Journe Azzaro • Puiforcat Poiray Christian Louboutin Burberry Janssens & Janssens • • • • • • Burberry Vhernier BOULEVARDMALESHERBES MADELEINE FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT MIROMESNIL SAINT-AUGUSTIN RUEDUFAUBOURGSAINT-HONORÉ AVENUEGABRIEL RUE TRONCHET RUEDESÈZE RUE ROYALE RUE SAINT-FLORENTIN RUE CAMBON RUEDESCAPUCINES RUESAINT-HONORÉRUESAINT-HONORÉ RUESAINT-HONORÉ RUEDUMONT-THABOR RUE CASTIGLIONE RUEDERIVOLI RUE PASQUIER RUE DE L’ARCADE RUE D’ANJOU RUEDESMATHURINS RUEDESMATHURINS RUEDESMATHURINS RUE DE L’ÉLYSÉE AVENUE DE MARIGNY RUE DU CIRQUE RUE D’AGUESSEAU RUE D’ANJOU MATIGNON AVENUE DE AVENUE DE MATIGNON AVENUE DELCASSÉ RUE DE MIROMESNIL RUE DE MIROMESNIL RUE DE MIROMESNIL BOULEVARDHAUSSMANN BLVDHAUSSMANN AVENUE PERCIER RUELABOÉTIE RUELABOÉTIE RUELABOÉTIE RUEDEPENTHIÈVRE RUEROQUÉPINE RUE D’ASTORG RUE DES SAUSSAIES RUE DE DURAS RUEDESURÈNE RUE D’ASTORG RUEROQUÉPINE RUELABOÉTIE RUE CAMBACÉRÉS RUE BOISSY D’ANGLAS RUE BOISSY D’ANGLAS PASSAGERUEDUFAUBOURGSAINT-HONORÉRUEDUFAUBOURGSAINT-HONORÉ RUEDUFAUBOURGSAINT-HONORÉ Marina Rinaldi Chloé Ports 1961 DsQuared2 • • • • • • • • • •• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Cifonelli Steiger RUEDUFAUBOURGSAINT-HONORÉ Hervé Léger Tom Ford Marella BCBGMaxazria Zwilling Chanel • • La Perla Prada Pinko ••• • • • • • Lanvin Emanuel Berg Sothys Oliver Grant Crockett &Jones Hedgren Lavinia Max Mara G. Lotti Capelstore Miu-Miu Loriblu Miss Griffes • • Lauren Élysée Palace Chronopassion Messika Place VendômePlace VendômePlace Vendôme Église de la Madeleine CONCORDECONCORDECONCORDECONCORDECONCORDECONCORDE Place de la Concorde Jardin des Tuileries Roberto Cavalli Yohji Yamamoto BernardaudHeurgon AudemarsPiguet Lalique Christofle Escales • Césaire Richard Mille Atelier Cologne WEMPE The renowned German watchmaker has been satisfyingcustomersforover135years.Featuring afineselectionofstylishjewellery,luxurywatches andchronometers. 16 rue Royale - Paris 8th Tel: +33 (0)1 42 60 21 77 www.wempe.fr SHOP STOP Tag Heuer Talents Samsonite Basler Hackett Lacoste OmegaWine by One Tommy Hilfiger Miki House SHOP STOP GRATIANNE BASCANS Like any work of art, Gratianne Bascans creations arelimitededitions.Thefamilystorybeganin1830 and the house embodies French elegance. The bags are fashioned in the finest leather by highly giftedcraftsmen. 38 avenue Matignon - Paris 8th Tel: +33 (0)1 53 75 39 35 www.gratiannebascans.com Bucherer Bonbon Watch Gratianne Bascans Mettez Wempe Leica 40  WHERE Paris I FEBRUARY 2016 WP LUXURY MAPS.indd 40 13/01/2016 09:07
  41. 41. If you are looking for a wide selection of exquisite timepieces and FINe jewellery, you only need to keep one name in mind. For more than 135 years, the name “WEMPE” has stood for the utmost expertise in the art of making jewellery and timepieces. We offer a unique selection of valuable treasures at 28 Wempe showrooms world- wide. We are especially proud because for more than a century we have been privileged to contribute to the grand feelings that our customers express when they purchase jewellery or timepieces. Our pieces of jewellery uphold international standards and are born in our own atelier. This is true for unusual one- of-a-kind items as well as for our diverse assortment of classic pieces with brilliant-cut diamonds. And a century-old friendship links us with the world’s foremost watch manufactories. You will find WEMPE showrooms at the loveliest locations in great European metropolises, New York City and in Beijing. Each shop also offers service or advice whenever you require it, so you can be certain that we will always be available to meet your individual needs. We cordially invite you to discover an abundance of interesting new items and exclusive special models at one of Europe’s leading jewellers. We look forward to your visit! Paris, 16, rue Royale, T +33.1.42 60 21 77 HAMBURG LONDON PARIS MADRID VIENNA NEW YORK BEIJING WWW.WEMPE.COM We accept all credit cards. WP WEMPE.indd 1 07/01/2016 11:04
  42. 42. SHOP STOP ANGELA CAPUTI Italian jewellery designer Angela Caputi set up her workshop in Florence in 1975. Her unique high fashion costume jewellery, mixing various materials, colours and textures, is now available at her new boutique in Paris. This collection is extremely sophisticated and could be a special presentforeachwoman. 15 Galerie Véro-Dodat - Paris 1st (enter at 19 rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau or 2 rue du Bouloi) Tel: +33 (0)1 40 39 01 51 / www.angelacaputi.com Italian jewellery designer Angela Caputi set up her workshop in Florence in 1975. Her unique RUE BOISSY D’ANGLAS RUE SAINT-FLORENTIN RUE ROYALE RUE ROYALE RUESAINT-HONORÉ RUEDUFBGST-HONORÉ RUESAINT-HONORÉ RUESAINT-HONORÉ PYRAMIDES OPÉRA PALAIS ROYAL MADELEINE RUE TRONCHET RUEDELAFEUILLADE RUED’ABOUKIR RUEDESPETITSCHAMPS RUE RICHELIEU RUE VIVIENNE AVENUE DE L’OPÉRA AVENUE DE L’OPÉRA RUE CROIX DES PETITS CHAMPS RUE DU LOUVRE BLVDDELAMADELEINE BOULEVARDDESCAPUCINES RUEDERIVOLI RUEDERIVOLI RUEDERIVOLI •Tous •Nodus •La Perla • • Le Jacquard Français •Eres Poiray • • Max Mara Tory Burch • • • • • • Marella SwarovskiMulberry • Maje• Hervé Léger Tommy Hilfinger Bally Jamin Puech Tom Ford Dubail Viktor&Rolf Coach DsQuared2 • Chloé• Hedgren Morabito• Ports Messika• •• Roberto Cavalli Max&Moi • Arije Valentino •Emporio Armani •Dodo •Baldinini •Moynat •Stuart Weitzman •Balenciaga • • • • Chopard •Dior Church’s• Paule Ka• Colette •Omega Kiehl’s Manoush • • • • Goyard Perrin Akillis •Peuterey • •DidierLudot •M aison del’Am bre Parmigiani •Qeelin•GabrielleGeppert • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •• • • PierreHardy Delvaux CortoMoltedo SergeLutens RickOwens MaisonFabre • • • • • • • • •Jimmy Choo •Cotélac •Jo Malone •Bonpoint •Paraboot • The Kooples •J.M. Weston • • ••• • • • Lamarthe RUE CASTIGLIONE De Fursac Kusmi Tea •Shiatzy Chen •Aésop • Chronopassion • •Prada •Pinko • • Gucci • StellaMcCartney Maje Hartford Espace Cachemire IROY’s All Saints Gerard Darel by Terry Xavier LustEric Philippe Il Bisonte Christian Louboutin Kenzo Les petites • • • • Chanel Frey Wille Stuart Weitzman Baldinini OmegaOmega Lancaster RUE DE LA PAIX RUE CAMBON RUE CAMBON RUEDESCAPUCINES RUEDANIELLECASANOVA RUE DES PYRAMIDES RUE SAINT ROCH Berluti Carita Lanvin Lanvin Panerai Christofle • • • • • • Oliver Grant Burberry • BCBGMaxazria Lipault • • Barbara Rihl Place Vendôme Tumi• Musée du Louvre Place des Victoires PalaisRoyal Galerie Véro-Dodat BOULEVARDDESCAPUCINES BOULEVARDDESCAPUCINES Opéra Garnier Église de la Madeleine RUE CROIX DES PETITS CHAMPS by Terry Xavier Lust Christian Louboutin Galerie Véro-Dodat Eric Philippe Il Bisonte RUE CROIX DES PETITS CHAMPS Galerie Véro-Dodat • ••• •• CONCORDE Jardin des Tuileries Place de la ConcordePlace de la ConcordePlace de la ConcordePlace de la ConcordePlace de la ConcordePlace de la ConcordePlace de la Concorde Carrousel du Louvre TUILERIES •• Chanel Dior •• Chanel Place du Marché St-Honoré •M.A.C Vertu •La Prairie Hublot • Césaire Parakian Paris Miki House Michael Kors Printemps du Louvre LUXURY MAP Rue Saint-Honoré / Palais Royal Zwilling ACABA At Acaba, Claire Gros welcomes you to help you find the gloves that will suit you. Design, lining, color, leather, all of this can also be combined for a special order. The 2015 collection comes up with bicolored lined or unlined, very classic close toquitespecials.11amto7pm.ClosedonSunday. 41 rue des Petits Champs - Paris 1st Tel: +33 (0)1 71 72 96 45 www.acaba.fr SHOP STOP Bonpoint Montagut SHOP STOP CHANTAL THOMASS IntheheartofParis,discoveraboutiquededicated to the world of Chantal Thomass, the queen of luxury lingerie, in a faceted 21st century boudoir! A very personal space where time stands still, an intimate setting in which you will have all the time to become a glamourous Chantal Thomass woman. 211 rue Saint-Honoré - Paris 1st Tel : +33 (0)1 42 60 40 56 www.chantalthomass.com Wine by One Angela Caputi Wempe Chantal Thomass • Acaba 42  WHERE Paris I FEBRUARY 2016 WP LUXURY MAPS.indd 42 13/01/2016 09:09
  43. 43. BERETTA GALLERY Beautiful tailored sport and casual wear from the legendary family-owned, Italian house specialised in the world of nature and hunting is found in this gallery boutique. A man can be dressed from head to toes here in this shop akin to a curiosity cabinet where you can find high quality,refinedaccessoriesandlovelygiftideas. 57 rue Pierre Charron – Paris 8th Tel: +33(0)1 56 88 59 59 www.berettagallery.com SHOP STOP ALTAN BOTTIER Superb quality, fine craftsmanship and personalisation are the hallmarks of this house of made-to-measure shoes for both men and women. The house creates, as well, a fine line of ready-to wear models among them derbies, moccasinsandsneakers. Mon-Sat10:30am-7pm. 11 rue Lincoln - Paris 8th Tel: 01 45 63 77 59 www.altan-bottier.com SHOP STOP LUXURY MAP Champs-Élysées-Montaigne SHOP STOP ESPACE WELEDA Auniquemomentinamarvellousplace.Weleda, the first organic and natural cosmetic brand, invites you to discover its massages and product line in its wellness space. Enter into the peaceful and natural universe of Weleda with its very contemporarydesign. 10 ave Franklin Delano Roosevelt – Paris 8th Tel: +33 (0)1 53 96 06 15 www.espace-weleda.fr Salvatore Ferragamo Versace Mauboussin Tiffany Comptoirs de Paris Disney Giorgio Armani Giorgio Armani Dinh Van Chanel Nina Ricci Givenchy Balmain Hugo Boss Smalto Givenchy Chaumet Dubail Cartier Paule Ka Wolford Kiton Zadig&VoltaireCourrèges Harry Winston MaxMara Valentino Prada Bottega Veneta Louis Vuitton Dior Chloé GucciDolce&Gabbana Elie Saab Lancel Montblanc Louis Vuitton JP GaultierArmani Collezioni Leonard Cartier Publicis Drugstore Maison Ullens Loewe Ralph Lauren Kenzo Diane Von Furstenberg Guy Laroche Brioni Ellie Saab Sephora Guerlain J.M. Weston IKKS M.A.C. Levi’s Swatch Tag Heuer Dubail Longchamp Ulysse Nardin Pucci Pink Bang & Olufsen Omega Eric Bompard Zegna Bvlgari RUEDUBOCCADOR Caron Fendi Chanel Milady Paul&Joe Akris Blumarine Adidas Quicksilver Dinh Van Creed Balenciaga Graf Sicis By Marie&Gas Bijoux S.T.Dupont Swarovski Lacoste Zilli Tom Ford Beretta Emmanuel Levain Tissot Berluti Kusmi Tea Saint Laurent Céline GrandOptical Marionnaud Paris Marks&Spencer Elysées HorlogerieArije Arije VersaceAudemars Piguet Scabal Karl Lagerfeld Bonbon Watch Banana Republic Les Champs d’Or Christofle Les Suites Waskoll Arc de Triomphe Grand Palais CHARLES DE GAULLE-ÉTOILE GEORGE V •• • • • • • • • • • • •• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •• • • •• • • • • •• • • • • • • • • •• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • ••• •••• • • • ALMA MARCEAU FRANKLIN D.ROOSEVELT AVENUE KLÉBER AVENUE D’IÉNA AVENUE D’IÉNA AVENUEDEFRIEDLAND AVENUEMARCEAU AVENUEDESCHAMPS-ÉLYSÉESAVENUEDESCHAMPS-ÉLYSÉESAVENUEDESCHAMPS-ÉLYSÉES AVENUEMARCEAU AVENUE GEORGE V RUE MARBEUF RUEMARBEUF RUE PIERRE CHARRON RUE LA BOÉTIE RUE DE BERRI RUEDEPONTHIEU RUE WASHINGTON RUE BALZAC RUEDUCOLISÉE RUE DE LA TRÉMOILLE RUE DE MARIGNAN AVENUE MONTAIGNE AVENUE MONTAIGNE AVENUE MATIGNON PORTDELACONFÉRENCE RUEJEANGOUJON RUEJEANGOUJON AVENUE FRANKLIN D.ROOSEVELT AVENUE FRANKLIN D.ROOSEVELT AVENUE GEORGE V RUEFRANÇOIS1ER AVENUEMARCEAU AVENUEPIERRE1 ER DESERBIE AVENUE FRANKLIN D.ROOSEVELT Grand Palais AVENUE FRANKLIN D.ROOSEVELT Paraboot • Wine by One Lampe Berger Paris Weleda Altan Bottier www.wheretraveler.com  43 WP LUXURY MAPS.indd 43 13/01/2016 09:09
  44. 44. BUCHERER PARIS In the heart of the Opera district, between Place Vendôme and Boulevard Haussmann, the House Buchererunveilsasublime2200m2 spaceshowcasing the most beautiful Swiss names in watchmaking. The largest boutique in the world dedicated to timepieces,thisistheParisianshopstop. 12 boulevard des Capucines – Paris 9th Tel: +33 (0)1 70 99 18 88 www.bucherer.com SHOP STOP LUXURY MAP Vendôme DSQUARED2 WitharenownedreputationforqualityandItalian craftsmanship,Dsquared2designs,manufactures anddistributeshighlydesirableproductssuchas men’s and women’s ready-to-wear, accessories, leather goods, shoes, eyewear and fragrances for menandwomen. 247-251 rue Saint-Honoré - Paris 1st Tel: 01 42 86 54 66 www.dsquared2.com SHOP STOP SHOP STOP GALERIES LAFAYETTE PARIS HAUSSMANN Galeries Lafayette Paris Haussmann offers a large selectionofitemsineverysegment,fromfashion to accessories, beauty, interior decoration and finefood.LocatedintheheartofParisnearbythe Opera, the 70,000 square-meter flagship store, symbol of the Parisian elegance, offers more than 3,500 brands from affordable to the most prestigiousreferences. 40 boulevard Haussmann – Paris 9th Tel: +33 (0)1 42 82 36 40 haussmann.galerieslafayette.com/en/ RUE DANIELLE CASANOVARUE GOMBOUST RUE DES PETITS-CHAMPS RUE THÉRÈSE RUEMÉHUL Breitling Harry Winston Cartier Louis Vuitton Dubail Repetto Hugo Boss Kusmi Tea Zadig & Voltaire De Fursac Desigual Montagut Van Cleef & Arpels Chanel Piaget Chaumet Patek Philippe Dior Richard Grand Church’s Paule Ka Alexander McQueen Emporio Armani J.M. Weston Chopard Jaquet Droz Sephora Tag Heuer A. Lange & Söhne Waskoll Hackett J.M. Weston BallyGant Omega Fragonard Exaltation Fauchon Fred Dinh Van Arije Frank Namani Jovoy H.Stern Dior Guerlain Lancel Maty Mulberry Jimmy Choo Omega Bvlgari Talents Samsonite Dodo Moynat Balenciaga Piquadro Valérie Danenberg Blancpain Boucheron Jo Malone Tourist Office M.A.C Bonpoint Lafayette Maison&Gourmet Uniqlo Vacheron Constantin Breguet Rolex Fred Van Cleef & Arpels Mauboussin Panerai IWC Cartier Tumi Charvet Frey Wille Miki House Penhaligon’s Printemps Homme Printemps Beauté-Maison RUELOUISLEGRANDRUE DE LA PAIX RUEDESCAPUCINES RUE DANOU L’Occitane Diesel IKKS Basler Christofle Gas Bijoux Missoni Lalique Colette SAINT-LAZARE TRINITÉ - D’ESTIENNE D’ORVES HAVRE- CAUMARTIN PYRAMIDES OPÉRA CHAUSSÉE D’ANTIN - LA FAYETTE • • • • • • • •• • • • • • • • • • •• • •• • • • • • • • • • • • ••• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •• •• • • • • • • • • •• •• Passage du Havre Breguet • • • BOULEVARD HAUSSMANN BOULEVARD DES CAPUCINES BOULEVARD DES ITALIENSBOULEVARD DE LA MADELEINE RUE CAMBON AVENUEDEL’OPÉRA AVENUEDEL’OPÉRA RUESAINT-HONORÉ RUESAINT-HONORÉ RUE DU MONT-THABOR RUEDESPYRAMIDES RUE SAINT-ROCH RUE DELASOUDIÉRE RUE D’ANTIN RUESAINT-HONORÉ RUEDECASTIGLIONE RUE D’ALGER RUEDU29JUILLET RUE DE PROVENCE RUE DES MATHURINS RUE DES MATHURINS RUE SAINT-LAZARE RUE DE LA RUE JOUBERT RUE JOUBERT RUEMOGADOR RUEMOGADOR VICTOIRE RUEDUHAVRE RUE DE L’ARCADE RUE TRONCHET RUEVIGNON RUEGODOTDEMAUROY RUECAUMARTIN RUE BOUDREAU RUEAUBERRUESCRIBE RUEÈDOUARDVII Place du Marché Saint-Honoré Place Vendôme Jaeger- LeCoultre Opéra Garnier Église de la Madeleine Anshindo• SAINT-LAZARE RUE DE PROVENCE RUE JOUBERT Beauté-Maison Gare Saint-Lazare Moda di Andrea MADELEINE Galeries Lafayette Homme Galeries du Diamant Printemps Mode Galeries Lafayette Coupole Tommy Hilfiger Le Tanneur Mario Dessuti Loding •• • BOULEVARD HAUSSMANN RUEMOGADOR Coupole BOULEVARD HAUSSMANN RUEMOGADOR Coupole Piaget Episode Montblanc • • Perrin Hublot Bucherer Boggi Golfino Zwilling Paraboot• DsQuared2 Wine by One Acaba • • Bodum 44  WHERE Paris I FEBRUARY 2016 WP LUXURY MAPS.indd 44 13/01/2016 09:13
  45. 45. CHAMBORD® Cafetière à piston Coffee Maker 8 tasses/cups, 1.0 l, 34 oz ASSAM Théière à piston Tea Press Filtre en acier inoxidable Stainless Steel filter 1.0 l, 34 oz TRAVEL MUG Mug Double paroi / Double Wall 0.35 l, 12 oz BODUM® Shop Opéra 38, avenue de l’Opéra, Paris 2e Métro Opéra / RER A station AUBER Emportez où vous le souhaitez votre boisson préférée. Enjoy your favourite drink on the go! Du thé, de l’eau frémissante, on presse. Savourez... Tea, hot water, press and enjoy…. La cafetière FRENCH PRESS® de BODUM®, plébiscitée par les torré- facteurs du monde entier, exalte les arômes du café fraichement moulu. Plus de goût, moins de déchêts! The BODUM® French Press, is the cof- fee roasters preferred method to enjoy all the flavors of freshly ground coffee. Make taste, not waste! WP BODUM.indd 1 07/01/2016 11:05
  46. 46. 46  WHERE Paris I FEBRUARY 2016 LUXURY MAP Le Marais LOUIS QUATORZE LouisQuatorzeisaluxuryleathergoodsbrand thatisinspiredbyFrenchelegance,refinement andnobility.Itisthe17th centurythatthehouse references with its modern and practical bags, which are handcrafted. 106 rue Vieille du Temple - Paris 3rd Tel: +33 (0)1 42 72 94 43 www.louisquatorzeparis.fr SHOP STOP • • • • • • • • •• • • • • • • • •• • •• • • RUE DE RIVOLI RUE DE RIVOLI RUE FRANÇOIS MIRON RUE DE L’HOTEL DE VILLE RUEVIEILLEDUTEMPLE RUEVIEILLEDUTEMPLE RUEVIEILLEDUTEMPLE RUEDUTEMPLE RUEDUTEMPLE RUEDUTEMPLE RUEDUTEMPLE BVD DU TEMPLE BVD DES FILLES DU CALVAIRE BVD BEAUMARCHAIS FILLES DU CALVAIRE SAINT-SÉBASTIEN FROISSART SAINT-PAUL RUE DU PETIT THOUARS RUE DE BRETAGNE RUE PERRÉE RUE FROISSART RUE ST-ANTOINE RUEDUPONTLOUIS-PHILIPPE RUEDELOBAU Paraboot Sentou Les Exprimeurs Calligrane Papier+ Melodies Graphiques Pierre Boisset Iki Jamin Puech Aesol Esteban Chanel Paul & Joe Manoush Ambali Mi-Mai Officinal Slowear Marionnaud Paris AubadeUniqlo Barbara Bui Repetto Iro Eres Fragonard RUEDELOBAU RUECHARLOT RUEDESAINTONGE RUECHARLOT RUE DES FRANCS BOURGEOIS RUE DES FRANCS BOURGEOIS RUEMALHER RUE SÉVIGNÉ RUEDETURENNE RUESÉVIGNÉ RUEPAVEE RUE DES HAUDRIETTES RUE DU ROI DE SICILE RUEDUFAUCONNIER RUE CHARLEMAGNE RUESAINT-PAULRUE DES ROSIERS RUEDESARCHIVES RUEDESARCHIVES RUE DE LA PERLE RUE BARBETTE RUEDETHORIGNY RUEDEBELLEYMERUE DES 4 FILS RUE ST CLAUDE RUE DES BLANCS MANTEAUX •• • • • • • • • • • • • • LacosteGucci Givenchy Moncler Valentino Fendi Barbara Rihl Cire Trudon Karl Lagerfeld Chevignon Moustaches Lipault Huygens Nike Fleux • • • • • • • •• • • • • • •• • • •• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •• • • • • • • Helmut Lang Atelier Cologne Le Slip Français Sonia Rykiel Christophe Lemaire Vanessa Bruno Nice Things Bonastre Tom Greyhound Mr Stephane Verdino État Libre d'Orange Paul Smith Eclectic Customellow Cheap Monday Pas de Calais Les Petites Consuelo Zoelly Musée National Picasso La Fée Maraboutée WooyoungmiMarcel by Ami Sandro Bonton Melinda Gloss Le Labo Lords&Fools French Trotters Cuisse de grenouille APC APC Gant Isabel Marant Ron Dorff March La.BMonsieur Paris Mes Demoiselles Monsieur Lacenaire Florian Denicourt Franck Delmarcelle Verreries de Brehat The Broken Arm RUE PASTOURELLE Heschung Alain Mikli K.Jacques Village Saint Paul Carven J.Crew Paule Ka • • • • ••• • • • • • • • • •••• • • Maje Wolford Fusalp Kusm i Tea Fred Perry Scoth&Soda Thomas Sabo •• • • • • • • • • • • • • • Créa Concept Devernois Penhaligon’s GuerlainDiptyqueSwatch Kiehl’s Bobby Brown AcquadiParmaKarenMillen Cos HOTEL DE VILLE • • • RUEDETURENNE RUEDETURENNE RUEDETURENNE RUE DE NORMANDIE RUEDESFILLESDUCALVAIRE RUECOMMINES RUE DU PONT AUX CHOUX RUE DE POITOU 13 Bonaparte Popelini April 77 Liquides • • • Carhartt Essentiel Nicolaï RUE DU PLATRE ■ Carreau du Temple RUE STE CROIX DE LA BRETONNERIE PONT MARIE QUAI DES CÉLESTINS RUEPAYENNE RUE DE JARENTE RUE D'ORMESSON Musée Carnavalet Ted Baker RUECHARLOT RUE DE LA VERRERIE • RUE DE LA VERRERIE Les Prairies de Paris Le BHV Marais Le BHV Marais l’Homme • •• Musée National Picasso All Saints • • • Bénédikt Aïchelé Joaillier MerciOska ■ ■ Fred Marzo Le Mont Saint Michel L’Argenterie de Turenne L’Occitane Louis Quatorze • • • Masha Keja • • Ugg Vicomte A Mode en Demeure Thierry Villenave • • • • Betjman & Barton Moulin Roty Pierre Meurgey Maison Kitsune Durance La Boutique Extraordinaire Michael Kors James White Bird SHOP STOP WHITE BIRD White Bird presents rare and refined jewellery pieces in their purest shape, often one-of-a- kindpiecesandlimitededitions,andbringsto light designers and craftsmen represented in theirmostaccuratestyle.Itssecondlocationin thehiphautMarisdistrictisespeciallyfittingfor its bohemian-chic aesthetic and emphasis on quality craftsmanship. 7 Boulevard des Filles du Calvaire - Paris 3rd Tel: +33 (0)1 40 24 27 17 www.whitebirdjewellery.com SHOP STOP MAISON FRANCIS KURKDJIAN Our fragrance house, eponymous of one of the most celebrated perfumers of our time, offers a full collection of fine fragrances, sketched like anolfactivewardrobe.Ourcreationsarecrafted with attention to details and in the purest heritageofluxuryFrenchperfumery. 7 rue des Blancs-Manteaux - Paris 1st Tel: +33 (0)1 42 71 76 76 www.franciskurkdjian.com Maison Francis Kurkdjian WP LUXURY MAPS.indd 46 13/01/2016 09:18
  47. 47. DOT-DROPS® DOT-DROPS® is the brand of choice for the “happy few”ofelitetravellers.ThephilosophyoftheFrench manufacturer is to continuously strive to achieve harmony between design and functionality. DOTDROPS® creations are a solid marriage of colours, design and unexpected materials. Exclusive: you can customize your suitcase at the boutiqueandmakeyourtravelexperienceunique! 8 rue des Canettes - Paris 6th Tel: +33 (0)1 43 54 62 15 / www.mydotdrops.com SHOP STOP LUXURY MAP Saint-Germain PaulSmith• Agent Provocateur Christian Louboutin Paul Smith Burberry Paul & Joe• Ferragamo Vicomte A Agnès b Crockett & Jones L’Ibis Rouge Implicite • • • • • • • • Karl Lagerfeld Vignes Creations Rolex• Hackett• •Shadé • Zadig & Voltaire Brunello Cucinelli Walter Steiger Omega Berluti Le Bon Marché L’Occitane Lacoste Wolford Guerlain Longines Derhy • • l’Artisan Parfumeur• Voyeurs •• • • ••• • • • • • •• • • • • RenaissanceMoissonnier Ofée. Maje Poltrona Frau SilveraHartwood Deyrolle The Kooples Bowen Cassina John Lobb Bang & Olufsen • • Debauve & Gallais • Edward Green • • Louis Vuitton • • Zadig & Voltaire • • • • Façonnable Liu Jo Poiray • •Emporio Armani Marina Rinaldi • • Repetto Cartier •• Lancel Césarée • • Montblanc Dinh Van • J.M. Weston IKKS Max&Moi • • • • •• • Robert Clergerie Rowena Forrest My Tokki Jamin Puech • • • • • • • • •• Longchamp Camper • • Saint Laurent• • • • • Céline Theory • Ventilo• • Tod’s L.K. Bennett • • Ralph Lauren The Slowear Store Courreges Hermès Swatch • • • Elsa Vanier• Kenzo• Kenzo• Alain Mikli M.A.C. Sportmax Gab&Jo Aubercy RUE DE L’ABBAYE RUE JACOB •Prada Robert Clergerie • • • • • RUE ST-SULPICE • •• RUE ST-SULPICE RUE ST-SULPICE RUE MÉZIÉRES RUE DE VAUGIRARD RUEBONAPARTE RUEMADAME RUEDESCANETTES RUEPRINCESSE RUEMABILLON RUE SAINT-SULPICE BOULEVARD SAINT-GERMAIN BOULEVARD SAINT-GERMAIN QUAI VOLTAIRE RUEDESSAINTS-PÉRES RUEDESSAINTS-PÉRES RUEDUBAC RUEDUBAC RUEDUBAC RUE DE LILLE RUE DE LILLE RUE DE L’UNIVERSITÉ RUE DE VERNEUIL RUEDEBEAUNE RUEDEBEAUVE BOULEVARDRASPAIL BOULEVARDRASPAIL RUE DU BAC SAINT-GERMAIN DES-PRÉS MABILLON SÉVRES-BABYLONE RUEBONAPARTE RUEDELACHAISE RUE DE SÉVRES RUE DU FOUR RUE DU FOUR RUE DE SÉVRES RUE DE BABYLONE RUE DUCHERCHE-MIDI RUEDERENNES RUEDERENNES RUEMADAME RUEFÉROU RUEBONAPARTE RUESERVANDONI RUEDERENNES RUEDUDRAGON RUE DEGRENELLE Saint Laurent RUEDUBAC RUE DE LILLE RUEDUBAC RUE DE LILLE Musée d’Orsay Église Saint-Sulpice Jardins du Luxembourg • RUE DE L’ABBAYE SAINT-GERMAIN DES-PRÉS SAINT-GERMAIN RUEBONAPARTE RUE DE L’ABBAYE SAINT-GERMAIN RUEBONAPARTE Hugo Boss La Perla RUE DE VAUGIRARD BOULEVARDRASPAIL RUED’ODESSA BVD EDGAR QUINET RUE DEL’ARRIVÉE BVD DU MONTPARNASSE MONTPARNASSE- BIENVENÜE • ▼ MONTPARNASSE- RUE DEL’ARRIVÉE MONTPARNASSE- RUE DEL’ARRIVÉE MONTPARNASSE- Le Mont Saint Michel • •• Fabrice Faienceries de Gien Emaux de Longwy Inédit Joaillier • •Escales Tikibou Toy Store DURANCE For Durance, Provence is both a heritage and an inspiration.Wecomposeawell-beinguniverseof indoorfragrances,naturalcosmeticsandelegant perfumes. Our wide range of refined fragrances areelaboratedbyourmasterperfume-makersin Grasse. 8 rue de Sèvres - Paris 6th Tel: +33 (0)1 45 44 08 74 www.durance.fr SHOP STOP Francis Klein SAINT-SULPICE Silk & Cashmere Alexis Mabille Paraboot Carven • • • Dot-Drops SHOP STOP LAMPE BERGER PARIS As beautiful as it is useful for exhaling a cleaner and more fragrant air, the Lampe Berger is availableinanincrediblevarietyofstyles,designs and materials in order to meet every individual’s desires.The collection today is made up of aroundafiftylampsandfragrances. 61 rue Bonaparte - Paris 6th Tel: +33 (0)1 42 02 69 78 www.lampeberger.fr Lampe Berger Paris Cremieux Durance www.wheretraveler.com  47 • i a WP LUXURY MAPS.indd 47 13/01/2016 09:18
  48. 48. 48  WHERE Paris I february 2016 arts& attractions AlexandreCabanel(1823-1889)NympheenlevéeparunfauneCopied’atelierexécutéeparCharlesBrun,Huilesurtoile,115x68cm,Béziers,MuséesdelaVilledeBéziers©PhotographiedeMarcGérard-VilledeBéziers Galleries | Monuments | Museums | Exhibits | Day Trips | Gardens | Guided Tours By Patricia Valicenti The Guide Discover the new exhibition at the Maison de Victor Hugo on the opposite page WP FEB ARTS ATTRACTIONS.indd 48 13/01/2016 09:24
  49. 49. www.wheretraveler.com  49 MuséeduquaiBranly.Leplateaudescollections.ViewoftheAfricansectionPhoto©MuséeduquaiBranly,photoCyrilZannettacci;ARNOLDBÖCKLIN(1827-1901),Soirdeprintemps,1879,Huilesurbois,67,4x129,5cm,Budapest,SzépmüvészetiMúzeum©SzépmüvészetiMuseumofFineArts arts&attractions Exhibitions A Happy Birthday The Musée du Quai Branly, which houses an impressive and beautifully displayed collection of indigenous arts from Africa, Asia, Oceania and the Americas is turning ten years old this year. The museum, which showcases non-Western arts and civilisations from the Neolithic period to the 20th century through its permanent collections and temporary exhibitions, complemented by a rich programme of performances, conferences and special events, has enjoyed an enormous success with the general public. The current exhibition, Persona, Etrangement humain, looks at how certain objects take on a life of their own, becoming a type of person in their own right. The show brings together some 230 statues, sculptures, robots and film extracts shedding light on these strange humans. Meanwhile, a show devoted to shamans and divinities in Pre- Columbian Ecuador bringing together 260 works and archaeological pieces opens on February 16. 37 Quai Branly (7th), 01 56 61 70 00 Hugo in Love An exhibition focusing on the role love and sensuality played in the life and works of the French poet, novelist and dramaturge, Victor Hugo is being played out in the Maison de Victor Hugo, the writer’s Parisian home turned museum. The show, entitled Eros Hugo, entre pudeur et excès, focuses on the role modesty played in his romantic works juxtaposed with a certain excess, which emerges through the sheer power of his writing and in his personal relationships. Eroticism is absent from his literary works in which love is depicted as an idyll, almost chaste, though Hugo the man embraced vitality and was an inveterate womaniser. The show follows this duality in a chronological fashion through works by Hugo alongside sculptures by Rodin, paintings by Böcklin, Corot and Courbet, and drawings from Ingres and Delacroix, among others. Through to February 21 6 Place des Vosges (4th), 01 42 72 10 16 WP FEB ARTS ATTRACTIONS.indd 49 13/01/2016 09:24
  50. 50. 50  WHERE Paris I february 2016 SoniaDelaunay,RythmeCouleur,1966Gouacheetcrayondepapier,75x55,5cm,Monogrammé,signéetdatéenbasàdroite:26-10-66;DinosaurPhoto©NBreton arts&attractions Exhibitions Dynamic Dinosaurs The fascinating world of dinosaurs unfolds in this fun and educational exhibition at the Palais de la Découverte as visitors plunge back 200 to 65 million years ago into the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods when dinosaurs ruled the planet Earth. Seven animatronics, animated robots, 60 fossils and a sequence of astonishing videos take the visitor into the world of these giants who once roamed the planet Earth. Among the creatures that seemingly come to life is the enormous, herbivorous long-necked Camarasaurus, the ferocious Tarbosaurus with its enormous head and powerful jaws filled with pointy teeth and the spindly bird-like Gallimimus spending some time with an Oviraptor with its parrot-like head and which was light enough to incubate its eggs. Meanwhile, an Archaeopteryx, the oldest known bird, is perched upon a boulder calling out to visitors as they walk by and the devilish Velociraptor known for attacking prey far larger than he is on hand as well. Workshops and interactive games and exhibits round out the offerings. AveFranklinRoosevelt(8th),0156432020 Gazing into a Gallery It is a world where one comes upon paintings by Alfred Sisley, Sonia Delaunay and Alexander Calder, statues by Rodin and drawings from Dali. The Helene Bailly Gallery has opened up new doors on the Right Bank, extending over the river from the already established venue on the Quai Voltaire, showcasing museum-quality modern and contemporary masterpieces. The new gallery brings together myriad works by the masters with the aim of rendering the fundamental art movements of the 20th century accessible. “It is essential to illuminate creation today through the modern masters that opened up the way for it, to highlight the connections, to emphasise the parallels, to reveal the consistencies and to faithfully transmit the vibrations that these works reveal,” explains the gallery’s owner Hélène Bailly Marcilhac. For the gallery’s opening exhibition entitled The Great Masters from Impressionism to the Present and running until the end of February she is presenting an impressive array of major works by Cassatt, Renoir, Picasso and ever so many others in the luminous two-floor space. 71 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré (8th), 01 44 51 51 51 Olwen Forest invites you to see her collection of vintage artist jewellery worn yesterday, and sought after today by famous stars and celebrities. Coco Chanel, Schiaparelli, Joseff of Hollywood, Hermès Gentlemen will be dazzled by the extremely rare cocktail accessories from the 1930s. Olwen Forest Tel: 01 40 11 96 38 www.olwenforest.com JEWELLERY of ThE STaRS Marché Serpette - allée 3, stand 5/7 110 rue des rosiers, 93400 St-Ouen (Metro: porte de clignancourt) Open : Saturday, Sunday, Monday Galerie Taménaga IMPRESSIONIST, MODERN & CONTEMPORARY ART 18 avenue Matignon - Paris 8th Metro: Franklin D. Roosevelt Tel: 01 42 66 61 94 / www.tamenaga.com MODERN MASTERS: Cézanne, Renoir, Redon, Rouault, Van Dongen, Dufy, Kisling, Picasso, Gris, Klee, Chagall, Bonnard, Buffet, Soutine CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS: Aïzpiri, Bardone, Cottavoz, Christopher, Cassigneul, Chen, Fusaro, Fernandez, Takehiko Sugawara, Tchinai, Sano Tchinaï A Murmur of Light WP FEB ARTS ATTRACTIONS.indd 50 13/01/2016 09:26
  51. 51. Randonnée équestre, 2015 André Brasilier OPERA GALLERY PRESENTS 62 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré 75008 Paris • T +33 (0)1 42 96 39 00 • paris@operagallery.com Opening hours: Monday - Saturday 10 am - 7.30 pm & Sunday 11 am - 7 pm • operagallery.com WP OPERA GALLERY.indd 1 07/01/2016 11:08
  52. 52. 52 WHERE PARIS I FEBRUARY 2016 MuséechinoisPhoto©ChâteaudeFontainebleau(AlexisdeKermel) ARTS&ATTRACTIONS Exhibitions A World within a World It is a dainty and elegant world that is nestled inside the Castle of Fontainebleau. The superb Musée Chinois, the Chinese museum, and connecting rooms were built for the Empress Eugénie in 1863 to house her fine collection of Far Eastern treasures. The four rooms on the ground floor of the castle’s Gros Pavillon comprise an antechamber, a salon-gallery, a grand salon and the museum. With its white and green jade and rock crystal objects, porcelains, bronzes, glimmering gilded dragons and a jewel-encrusted stupa ensconced between two gigantic elephant tusks, the jewel-box of a museum is a feast for the eyes. While some of the pieces were acquired from the imperial depository, mainly revolutionary plunder, Napoleon III and his Empress acquired others from the Summer Palace in Beijing after its sack by French expeditionary forces in 1860. The collection also includes diplomatic gifts from the Ambassador of Siam who actually visited Fontainebleau in 1861. 77300 Fontainebleau, 01 60 71 50 70 PARIS • PORTE DE VERSAILLES • PAVILLONS 1 & 2.2 WWW.RETROMOBILE.COM #RETROMOBILE Créditphotos:GraphicObsession THE PAST STILL HAS A FUTURE 3-7 FEBRUARY 2016 A uctions - 5 & 6 february AP 181x132 RETROMOBILE 2015-UK-Where Paris.indd 1 14/12/2015 17:02 WP FEB ARTS ATTRACTIONS.indd 52 13/01/2016 09:31

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