Weekend Links: Week 16

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Weekend Links Week 16 includes 12 articles all about current events in France. I think there’s a really good selection this week, but I especially enjoyed photos of a home for sale on the Côte d’Azur and a Parisian atelier, a look at the new Paris Chic book, logistical details for the upcoming French Open, and a preview of the upcoming Gabrielle Chanel retrospective.

Weekend Links Week 16

Fashion Week Is Actually Happening—at Least in Paris and Milan

Two Injured in Paris Knife Attack Near Charlie Hebdo’s Former Office

Serena Williams Barred from Staying at Paris Flat for French Open

A Blockbuster Gabrielle Chanel Retrospective Opens October 1 at Paris’s Newly Renovated Palais Galliera (the article has lots of photos!)

Eiffel Tower

Paris Carpenters Reenact Original Building of Notre Dame 800 Years Later — See Them in Action

Inside the Atelier of Architect Luis Laplace (every single room is drop dead gorgeous)

Paris to Ban Gatherings of More Than 10 People

Facing €1 Billion Loss, Galeries Lafayette Bets on French to Save Christmas

Paris apartment building

Paris Chic: Photos To Make You Want To Visit France Next Year (get Paris Chic in French here)

French Villa Close to Errol Flynn’s Home on the Cote d’Azur on Sale for £6.2 Million (this is absolutely dreamy)

How the 2020 French Open’s Protocols Differ from the US Open

‘Beautiful progress’: France doubles paternity leave to 28 days

I hope you enjoyed week 16 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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