Weekend Links: Week 19

Weekend Links Week 19

Weekend Links Week 19 features 18 articles about current events in France (lots of big changes this week!). Some of my favorites include a 1960’s guide to French fall fashion, a new museum opening in Paris in January, and a peek inside Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s new Champagne house.

First In at the Coolest New Hotel in Paris (if you’re a fan of color this is a hotel for you!)

Inside the Eclectic Parisian Apartment of a Distinguished Art Dealer

Pinault Collection Museum to Open in Paris in January (can’t wait for this opening!)

“It’s Not Just Made in France, It’s Made in Banlieue”—Mossi Traoré Is One to Watch in Paris

Louvre in Fall

Love or Hate ‘Emily in Paris,’ Parisians Say These Shows and Films Best Reflect Their City (yes, we’re still talking about Emily in Paris)

Get a Peek Inside Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s New Champagne House in France

Paris Art Week: Itineraries

A Room of One’s Own in Paris for £121,000 (it’s going to be a pass for me)

Fall tree in the Tuileries

The 1960s French Guide to Fall Fashion

Woman Finds €500,000 in Paris Apartment She Inherited, Gives it to Police

French PM Won’t Rule Out More Restrictions as Virus Spikes

You Can Visit Le Château de Sonnay, a French Castle Featured in Netflix’s Emily in Paris

Biopic Brings Story of ‘Feminist Icon’ Madam to a New Generation

Fall flowers Tuileries

France’s Covid Curfew and Restrictions for the Next Month: The Do’s and Don’ts (this is a pretty straightforward look at the rules in Paris until December 1st)

Postcard-Perfect Scenes, Constructed From Memory and Scraps of Paper (amazing!)

Inside the Making of the Baccarat Hotel’s Very Own Reserve Champagne

Fermob’s Playful Furniture Keeps the Outdoors Colorful (they’re the company responsible for Paris’ beloved green chairs).

This New Parisian Hotel Is All About Vivid Contrasts and Color (mentioning it again because there are some different photos!)

I hope you enjoyed week 19 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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