Weekend Links Week 24 is filled with 14 informative and festive (as much as possible in 2020) articles about France. There’s a piece on Nancy Holloway from Messy Nessy Chic, multiple pieces on the state of holiday shopping (and window decor) in France, a 2021 Paris field trip with Veranda magazine, and information on the Angelina opening in New York – which means you can now order Angelina products in the US! I’m also very excited for the Chanel Métiers d’Art show film to come out from Château de Chenonceau in the Loire Valley.
Weekend Links: Week 24
Savor Something Sweet in NYC at Angelina Paris (and order online to have it delivered anywhere in the US)
In Autumn in Paris, Struggling Shops Get Creative to Survive (it breaks my heart walking around Paris and seeing these struggling stores)
A Tale Of Two Cities Through Art-Centered Travel (Paris and London)
Meet the Girl from Ohio who Became a Star in 1960s Paris (Nancy Holloway’s story)
Parisian Discoveries: A Field Trip with VERANDA (seems like a great travel experience in 2021!)
Artist and Designer Marin Montagut Sets Up Shop in Paris (so wish I would’ve checked this store out before the lockdown!)
A French Heiress Is Trying to Donate a Nazi-Looted Pissarro to the Musée d’Orsay (via Oklahoma. Definitely an interesting read)
Chanel Has Switched Up Its Fantastical Show Format (how dreamy does this sound?)
I hope you enjoyed week 24 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 et à toutes!