the end of an era for us Colette fans globally.
It’s a pretty great episode on “boo loving and romance” while traveling and I share a little tidbit about my perfect date in Bordeaux on the 18:15 mark.
I picked up a Parisienne girl practical style secret: the cross-body mini purse and the tote.
I’m enjoying one of the last weekends of summer here in Marseilles.
Have you ever heard of noble rot? Maybe by it’s more elegant name, botrytis? It’s a form of grey fungus affecting wine grapes that has to be timed just right to develop a delicious sweet wine like the internationally renowned French sauterne.
One of the awesome things about the fashion & travel industry right now is that I find myself inspired by so many of my peers and fellow bloggers. One of those blogs is TheTig.com and it’s founder and editor, Meghan Markle. Here’s another city round up I did for The Tig and I can’t wait to share more about my awesome trip to Bordeaux with all of you guys in the upcoming weeks. Click through to see the full story!
I’m excited to announce I’ve finally gotten around to launching my new podcast, Never Date a Traveler, violable on Soundcloud and, as of today, on iTunes! Which is pretty awesome, someone can choose to listen to me on ITUNES! I really believe the fastest way to learn a new language or to learn about a culture is to date someone of that culture. Latin and Spanish definitely helped me pick up Italian quickly while studying in Milan, but dating Italians no doubt expedited the process. To ignore that being a charming girl with a good smile doesn’t help me when I travel would be silly. At times, it even gives me access to people and events I otherwise wouldn’t have access to, like the perfect fondue spot in the Swiss Alps, or an artist rave in Milan. There are few things I love more than story-time with my best girlfriends recounting these adventures. Dating is something I have always wanted to cover on ‘N A Perfect World, but I’m one for an epic whirlwind romance …
Here are French driveway goals. This Thursday styles check out vintage Pucci in Provence.
Let’s celebrate La fête nationale or Le quatorze juillet (or Bastille Day for us English speakers) with our favorite French designers. As I spent July 4th in France, it’s only bizarrely fitting that I spend Le quatorze juillet here in the New York.
I came cross an article in the Guardian about recent legislation passed in France forcing big supermarkets to donate unsold food to charities or for animal feed instead of throwing it away.