Parisian Profile: Wallace Woo “Zentimeter”

Wallace Woo is so chic, he’s also an artist in Paris. He’s also a pop music singer, Fashion Week influencer and journalist , need we say more? I remember him as a stand out personality at some Paris fashion week shows, always dressed to the T and chic style in his designer wardrobe. He laterContinue reading “Parisian Profile: Wallace Woo “Zentimeter””

The Other Sneaker

I am thrilled I bought my Nike Women’s Air Zoom Pegasus sneakers last year, not only are they comfortable, but chic too. To be strolling around Paris, window shopping or running around the Musée d’Orsay, it’s my favorite Museum in Paris. I’m wistful, dreaming of travel. I either buy my sneakers at Carbon38 or Bandier,Continue reading “The Other Sneaker”

The Controversial Sneaker

Some people are boycotting New Balance over misinformation, New Balance does not support bigotry, racism or hate in any form, yet people believe that because New Balance donated money to the Trump Campaign, that they must support hate in all it’s forms. All companies donate money to both Democrats and Republican’s, New Balance is notContinue reading “The Controversial Sneaker”

Made in Paris during Confinement: “La Pluie Paris” Soy Handcrafted Scented Candles

Paris is still on confinement, and since the distribution of the vaccine is so slow, businesses are still closed in Paris and all of France, so on social media as I was searching for new local scented candles, I came across Yagmur Erester Kozimor… She is a recent Parisienne who moved from Turkey with herContinue reading “Made in Paris during Confinement: “La Pluie Paris” Soy Handcrafted Scented Candles”

The Universal Sneaker

Over the past weekend I was at the Ferry Building, picking up oysters from Hog Oyster Island, hotdogs from Golden Gate, and hotdog buns at ACME. I was outside, taking in the view of my city when I saw her, she was an older lady on vacation, she was wearing an oversized coat, big sunglassesContinue reading “The Universal Sneaker”

Parisian Trench

Trench coats are a Parisian staple, not just because they are cool to wear but because they protect you from the weather. I remember noticing the trench coat on Humphrey Bogart in the film Casablanca as he goes off into the night, well covered in his lightweight long coat…the Trench coat. Although Burberry of LondonContinue reading “Parisian Trench”

Nouvelle Trend: “Plaid for Spring”

Paris is the Fashion capital of the world, and this Spring, I’ve noticed a new trend amongst the usual Spring looks of florals that is expected every season, a strong nod to “plaid during the Spring”. It isn’t common to see plaid as a real “street style” trend in the Spring, plaid is usually associatedContinue reading “Nouvelle Trend: “Plaid for Spring””

Parisian Profile: Sergio Corvacho- Make-Up Artist YouTuber/Producer

Thanks to the latest Parisian confinement, we aren’t getting around too much in Paris, and Parisians decide if they’d rather go to their country homes or stay in the city, so thanks to fashion week, I was able to catch Sergio Corvacho in Paris before he jets-off nationally by train or car to the SouthContinue reading “Parisian Profile: Sergio Corvacho- Make-Up Artist YouTuber/Producer”

Style Profile: Amelianna Loiacono-“Italienne Stylist in Paris”

I met Amelianna at my friend Sergio’s, in the 17th arrondissement of Paris. He was filming a beauty tutorial on Saturday morning for his YouTube channel, and she was his model that morning. Amelianna, who was visiting from Italy, sat patiently on a stool in front of the camera with her cute dog Rocco inContinue reading “Style Profile: Amelianna Loiacono-“Italienne Stylist in Paris””