South France and Paris – Part 3

Since I plan to visit Paris in January 2011 during the Paris Fashion Week, I thought that I should post the last post of my series about my summer trip to South of France and Paris.

It’s highly agreed on that fashion was born in the French capital Paris. When thinking about the International brands in the Fashion world, its Dior and Chanel top the list and indeed they are carved in the French presence. I don’t exaggerate when I say that there’s a woman with an LV or an Hermes every 5 meters. Whether in a sunny Nice or … Read more...

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South France and Paris – Part 2

A breath taking view in St. Paul de Vence

My wish is to live life more quietly with more quality. My dream is to have a balcony overlooking a jungle and a river. These remain dreams realized from time to time among the years depending on the pressure of work. When my husband and I decided to spend most of our summer in southern France, it was all about the need to breathe and remember what it means to be human. I did reach a stage where I forgot what it means to remember myself and enjoy and appreciate what … Read more...

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South France and Paris – Part 1

The last time I visited France was in 2003. I was alone and I didn’t speak any French. I still don’t speak French but I have a husband who does and that came in handy when we decided to spend our summer  in South of France and Paris.

Now that was a completely different experience..

It was this trip that changed my point of view about life, love, fashion and made the idea of “relaxing” sink in to the bottom of my ocean.

In France (specifically South France), you learn that you should relax, eat and love to live. You … Read more...

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