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The (very) Parisian interview of the Clefs d'Or Concierge – Charlotte Timbert

Charlotte Timbert is Assistant Head Concierge at the prestigious Hilton Paris Opéra hotel. An emblematic address for tourists and professionals, this historic hotel has become a meeting place over the years. As Clefs d'Or Concierge, she offers hotel guests the best addresses in Paris, from the emblematic to the less well-known. We no longer have to interview him and ask him for his favorite addresses in Paris! – ◊ A restaurant to enjoy? The Lorette restaurant is a safe bet! I am never disappointed. The service is friendly and the food delicious! Essential classics are on offer, such as roast chicken, Aubrac cut of beef, as well as inspirations of the moment that change according to arrivals: wild sea bream, deer stew... A delight. A big crush also for their generous profiterole! Lorette & Les Garçons – 9 rue de Saint Lazare 75 009 PARIS – ◊ A bar where you can relax? I love lazing with my friends on summer evenings on the Place du Marché-Saint-Honoré. Usually we…

A walk in the Marais district

The Marais is one of the capital's most historic districts. With its charming alleys, its trendy boutiques, its mansions transformed into museums and its small terraces and hidden gardens, it is perfect for strolling and getting lost for a weekend... Between shopping sprees, exhibitions and experiences unusual, discover our tailor-made ride, to experience as a couple, a group of friends or even as a family. Follow the leader ! – To stroll and relax in the fresh air, the Place des Vosges is the ideal spot, with its pretty fountain enthroned in the middle… The oldest square in Paris is ideally located in the heart of the Marais, the perfect district for s offer an anthology shopping spree. To follow absolutely: rue du Roi de Mauritanie, rue Malher, rue Vieille du Temple and rue des Rosiers… You will find all the trendiest brands of the moment but also a myriad of designer boutiques, as well as thrift stores. teeming with nuggets. Fashionistas, don't miss the long rue des Francs...

Our favorite galleries in the Marais

The Marais and its surroundings are a gold mine for adepts and art lovers. Paris Select presents you the art galleries not to be missed to embellish your Parisian walks… Galerie Maria Lund Located in the heart of the Marais, the Galerie Maria Lund highlights and promotes works that are profound in a philosophical sense and raise real existential questions. The resulting responses are intended to be more suggestive than imposing. Alongside the temporary exhibitions which follow one another throughout the year - for which the gallery sometimes collaborates with institutions - the gallery can receive artists for concerts and reading conferences. Galerie Maria Lund, 48 rue de Turenne, 75003 Paris Galerie Schwab Beaubourg Created in 2011 by Thierry Schwab and his son Edouard, the Schwab Beaubourg gallery is housed in a beautiful 170 m2 space near the Pompidou center. It defends contemporary figurative painting and sculpture, by presenting leading artists such as the sculptor Marc Petit, continuously exhibited as well as the painters Safet Zec, Antoni ...

EATALY Paris: an Italian immersion… in the heart of the Marais

It happened just over a year ago. Eataly, the most desirable Italian food concept opened its doors in Paris, in the heart of the Marais, under the leadership of the Galeries Lafayette group. Created by the Italian Oscar Farinetti in 2007, Eataly has completely reinvented the codes of (slow) food by offering a brilliant avant-garde concept that has since become a worldwide phenomenon. It all started in Turin before being exported to the four corners of the planet: Milan, Copenhagen, Istanbul, New York, Los Angeles… All foodies and other lovers of ritual gastronomy swear by the Eataly label. So it was high time for Paris to have one too! – A hybrid place A stone's throw from the BHV Marais, Eataly Paris sits in place of the former canteen of the employees of the Parisian department store and presents a magnificent place, as refined as it is warm. The idea of ​​this concept was simple: bring together all the Italian culinary specialties in a single place, where you can eat, buy and learn. It must be said, for this first …

Maison Baylé, the temple of the Parisian dandy in the heart of the Marais

In the heart of the Marais district, in the rue de Turenne, Maison Baylé presents itself as the headquarters of the most stylish Parisian dandies. Maison Baylé was born from Hugo Baylé's passion for elegance. He has always been attracted by Parisian dandyism, the British sartorial style or even the fashion of the 20s like Peaky Blinders! And while streetwear has been regaining its acclaim in the fashion sphere for several seasons now, Maison Baylé boasts a chic and elegant men's wardrobe. “I think it's in the detail that beauty, elegance and, to sum up quite simply, style can be born… An accessory affirms your personality and makes you unique. explains the founder. It is in pursuit of this idea and his love of refinement and detail that the designer offers a wide range of luxury accessories. Thus, at Maison Baylé, we discover ties, bow ties, scarves and other scarves as well as pocket squares, glasses, suspenders, umbrellas or all kinds of headgear (caps, hats, etc.).

Massato: the darling hairdresser of fashionable Parisiennes

At Massato, haircuts are elevated to the rank of art. It is his discretion, the precision of his scissors but above all his perfectionism that have made him the hair master with unparalleled vision, which he embodies today. In 1975, once he had graduated as a hairdresser, Massato left Japan to come and try his luck in Paris, the fashion capital. Very quickly, this Haute Couture enthusiast stood out thanks to his talent. The trendy and ultra-stylish cuts he offers are not lacking in originality and in a few years, he becomes the official hairdresser of the biggest stars and other fashionable models: Kate Moss, Læticia Casta, Isabelle Adjani, Sophie Marceau… During 18 years old, he will travel the world alongside the greatest photographers, for their photo shoots and their parades, allowing him to build a solid clientele. It was in 1993 that the 'creative hairdresser' finally took the plunge and opened his first salon in Paris, in the 7th arrondissement. On the strength of this success, he will open...

Visoanska, the secret of Parisiennes with perfect skin

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of her brand, Elisabeth Visoanska has inaugurated a sublime setting in the heart of Paris. In addition to its full range of creams, you can discover top-notch skincare. Created in 2007, the Parisian high-cosmetics brand is therefore a pioneer of the eco-luxury trend. Polish-born Elisabeth Visoanska has always been passionate about the skin. The trendy brand of the moment While continuing to take an interest in the holistic care of her grandmother, she is also pursuing studies in literature and music. However, her appetite for cosmetics directs her to the medico-pharmaceutical sector. Having always dreamed of launching her own brand, she decided to take the plunge in 2007. To celebrate the 10th anniversary of her business, she decided to open a beauty institute at 19 rue de Turenne. The Visoanska beauty institute Located a stone's throw from Place des Vosges, this new 30m2 space welcomes clients for exceptional treatment. Composed of highly concentrated natural assets (plants from the most arid deserts, dense forests, ...