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Sally Perrin of Perrin Paris and Casa Torre Careyes has been back in Paris for a few weeks and I love following along the city as she posts Stories on Instagram. Recently, she posted an art gallery that had taken over an empty hôtel particulier. The group show Grand Ménage put on by Clearing Gallery […]

I apologize for the lack of blog posts since last week. Hopefully, this one will make up for it. I spent the cold and rainy long holiday weekend falling down rabbit holes after searching for more information on a certain hotel particulier in Paris. More on that later. But while I was searching, I came […]

The design world lost a legend on Sunday with the death of French interior designer François Catroux. He and his wife Betty Catroux, a muse of Yves Saint Laurent, made a striking couple and very much fit into the world of his incredibly elegant clients. He brought a contemporary breath of fresh air to many […]

The January/February 2020 issue of Veranda arrived just before Christmas and it definitely felt like a present. The entire issue is devoted to Paris and the pièce de résistance is the Paris pied-à-terre of interior designer Micky Hurley and his family. The apartment is located in the same 17th-century hôtel particulier that had been overhauled […]

Great houses seem to run in the Burch family. We all love every home owned by Tory Burch and now her ex-husband’s new house in France is featured in the new issue of Architectural Digest. Chris Burch bought the 17-century hôtel particulier in Senlis after seeing it with the owners of Creel and Gow. One […]

One of the most underrated arrondissements in Paris is the 2nd but I have a feeling that it won’t be for long now that Céline has moved into their new headquarters. The chic company headed by CEO Marco Gobbetti and creative director Phoebe Philo recently finished restoration on Hôtel Colbert de Torcy a gorgeous 17th-century hôtel particulier that […]

The Musée Picasso in Paris has finally reopened after being closed for renovations for five years.  It was supposed to reopen in June but it was so mired in scandal and controversy that it was delayed until Pablo Picasso’s birthdate of October 25th. The museum is located in the Marais in the Hôtel Salé, described as the grandest 17th-century hôtel […]