Getting to know Paris’s bread culture has been one of the most delicious things I’ve gotten to do since living here- we weren’t big bread eaters in my house growing up, probably because we didn’t have bread anywhere near this good. But bread is an extremely important part of French Read More
Cherry blossom season in Paris is one of the most magical times of the year, and fortunately for all of us it tends to last awhile! Extending from late February/early March through the end of April, if you visit Paris in the spring you’re likely to find at least some form of pink blossoms, and with this handy guide you’ll know exactly where to look for them!
My favorite neighborhoods in Paris are the 11th and the Marais- they’re the best for strolling, eating, and shopping. Hotel Fabric is situated in the perfect location to explore both, so when they reached out to me and invited me to a little Flower Power event in partnership with Desirée Read More
Fall is tied with spring for my favorite season- there’s something about these transitional periods where everything feels fresh, and their colors brighten up even the busiest of cities. Every time autumn rolls around, I find myself waiting impatiently to see when the leaves will change, and for the last Read More
There are just some places in certain cities that you return to again and again, no matter how many times you’ve visited or seen them. Paris for me is no exception to this- it may not be nice, but I definitely play favorites! I’ve teamed up with Dempsey & Carroll Read More
As a foreigner, no matter where you are, one of the most daunting tasks you’ll face is getting your hair cut in another language. For women and men alike, hair can be such an integral part of your identity, and a bad haircut can affect you for weeks, if not Read More