• My Paris Story: Moving to Paris, Part I

    I've received a lot of questions about how and why I made the move to Paris, so I thought it was about time to put it in writing. As an American, I face challenges that EU residents do not have to ...

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    My Paris Story: Moving to Paris, Part I
  • Checking In: Hôtel Secret de Paris

    When I was invited to stay at the Hôtel Secret de Paris, located in Paris' 9th arrondissement, I couldn't resist the offer. I was intrigued by the boutique design hotel's concept, with every room ...

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    Checking In: Hôtel Secret de Paris
  • Postcard from Porto: City Guide

    When the invitation came up to visit Portugal, I was thrilled to plan a new getaway. I had never been to Portugal before and I was looking forward to leaving Paris behind for a week to discover a new ...

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    Postcard from Porto: City Guide
  • Paris Visit: The Petit Palais

    Every season during fashion week, without fail, I will end up over at the Grand Palais for a show or two. For the longest time, I paid little attention to the smaller Petit Palais just across the ...

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    Paris Visit: The Petit Palais
  • Lunar New Year With Michael Kors

    In celebration of Chinese New Year in Paris, I recently worked on an exciting project, together with ParisCherie.com in collaboration with Michael Kors. There was a lot of planning and preparation, ...

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    Lunar New Year With Michael Kors


The Butte-aux-Cailles, a district in Paris’ 13th arrondissment, is a charming hilltop neighborhood. It has a village-like ambiance with its many quaint, cobblestone streets and façades covered with beautiful green ivy leaves.This lesser known are of Paris is definitely worth checking out for its charm and quirky, local restaurants, bars and cafés.

Morning Light at Palais de Tokyo

During fashion weeks I often find myself over at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris’ 16th arrondissement. It’s a beautiful area to explore, particularly if you’re around to catch a lovely view of the Eiffel Tower in the early morning light.

Folks and Sparrows

Coffee shops have been having a moment in Paris, with so many popping up all over the city there’s even an app available to keep track of them all!I have a few favorites, all fantastic in their own way but one highlight is the charming Folks and Sparrows. Convenience aside (it happens to be just down the street from my…

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Le Weekend

This weekend I’ll be spending Saturday outside of Paris in the countryside, enjoying some fresh air and the amazing warm, sunny weather we’re having (33ºC today!). The heat is almost too much but I can’t complain, I’ll take a hot, sunny day over dreary rain any time. All I need is a lovely terrace with a pretty view and a refreshing…

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Passerelle Debilly

I love the smaller footbridges throughout Paris and one of my favorites has to be the Passerelle Debilly.I can’t get over the beautiful view, incredible! Early morning is best for this amazing light and a less crowded stroll to enjoy the bridge all to yourself. Perfect way to start a lovely, sunny Paris day.


No matter where you go, French pastries simply can’t be beat. The sheer number of pâtisseries in Paris is incredible. You’re never short on a selection of the best pain au chocolat or croissant, but for something a little special, I love the cream-filled choux from Popelini for a little bite of something sweet. The cream puffs come in many flavors, vanille, rose…

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Visiting Deauville

A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to visit the lovely seaside city of Deauville for some exciting shooting with the Deauville tourism board, as well as Hermès, for stories featured on www.parischerie.com.  Located in the Normandy region of France and only a two-hour train ride away from Paris, visiting Deauville is a nice little trip to get out of the…

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