Weekend Links: Week 13

Weekend Links Week 13 Rue du Bac

Weekend Links Week 13 is full of lots of Parisian apartment tours which I clearly can’t get enough of. Other favorites this week include how a Paris neighborhood honored a 92-year-old Holocaust survivor who died following COVID-19, a stroll through Paris alongside some of its chicest residents (thanks Dad for sending), highlights from the Uniqlo collaboration with Ines de la Fressange, and the reopening details for the George V. There are 13 articles this week so hopefully there’s a little something for everyone!

Weekend Links Week 13

La Belle Vie Goes On — A Portrait of Paris (a very good, very detailed account of what it’s like in Paris right now)

Every Hue in This Paris Apartment Was Pulled From the Stained-Glass Windows

A Paris Neighborhood Honors 92-year-old Holocaust Survivor Who Died After COVID-19 Bout

Cardi B’s Balenciaga Campaign Debuts on Giant Billboard at Louvre Paris (in much lighter news, I’m excited to see this billboard)

Weekend Links Week 13 Place Vendome

Champagne Industry in France is in Crisis as Coronavirus has Left Consumers with Little to Celebrate (I’m thinking I need to go buy a bottle, to offer my support of course)

Before Playboy, Came “La Vie Parisienne”

Stroll Through Paris Alongside the City’s Chicest Residents (can’t wait for this to come out)

Inside Clara Cornet’s Eclectic Parisian Pad

Le Louis Philippe

Uniqlo Launched the Perfect French Capsule with Ines de la Fressange (I will definitely be shopping this collaboration)

Three Ideas for the Ultimate Day Trip to Paris (unless you’re coming from elsewhere in Europe you definitely need more than a day, but these are great ideas to insert into a future trip!)

The Art-filled Parisian Home of a French Gallerist

France Nears All-Time High New Covid-19 Infections, Sees Rise in Hospitalisations (definitely not great).

The Legendary Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris Announces Reopening Date For September 22, New Guest Experiences

I hope you enjoyed week 13 of Weekend Links! I’d love to hear which articles about France were your favorites. Feel free to send me an email or leave a comment below. Bon week-end à tous!

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