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The Passages of Paris

One of my favorite things to do in Paris is to visit the hidden passages throughout the city.  Developed between the late 18th century and the mid-19th century, these covered pedestrian walkways haven’t changed much since their opening so many years ago.  Once you step inside these passages, you will be transported back in time […]

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Gaultier and Valentino Couture

Yesterday, I headed out into the warm sunshine over to the Gaultier Couture show on Rue Saint Martin. The show was an tribute to Parisian glamour, with models holding cigarettes in cigarette holders and having turbans on their head while wearing beautiful creations in a range of dark shades, although black was the dominating force […]

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Gaultier and Valentino

Ok, so I must say that I LOVED Gaultier’s Couture collection! It was a Mexican themed show filled with turquoise beads, metal arm bands and woven fabrics. Jean Paul Gaultier says that he took inspiration from the movie “Avatar.” The models looked quite alien like with their hair done in braids and neon makeup. I […]

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