Thursday, April 15, 2010

Rue Cambon

Let me take you on a walking-trip
through my favorite street in Paris:

Rue Cambon
(1st arrondissement)



Clothes, Chocolate & Culture
are the main sights in this street.



The street is most known for Coco Chanel's first boutique.



Today, Karl Lagerfeld & his briliant seamstresses
make Haute Couture by hand in this building.



For a detailed documentary film about this process click here.
Or, for the making of one single couture gown click here.



At the beginning of the street
(or end, depends on what way you look at it)
resides Pierre Hermé's most recent pâtisserie.



It is a "macarons & chocolats"-only store.



I walked over to the Tuileries Jardin,
and ate mine sitting at a fountain.



Ah, the Parisian life!

Bonne Journée!

6 comments:

ZAIRA said...

I have some tears in my eyes.... Paris is the most wonderful city in the world!!! You are very lucky to live there. Thanks for this walk, it was like being there...

Bisous xx

BonjourRomance said...

Bonjour,
I would have loved to join you in the Tuileries for a few of those macarons. Bonne Journéé to you too my friend!
Mimi

Cherry Blossoms said...

its beyond lovely! I wish I could come and visit Paris every year.

VMcreation-fashion-studio-atelier said...

Such a really,really wonderful post!-)*

You gives me SO spesial feeling...like as I am wolking on the streets and ejnjoed with you!!!

Thank you very much for sharing you feelings,

Much Love,
***Violetta***

Kristin said...

Oh, what a great post! I have to visit macarons and chocolate one day! And those stores, too!!!

:) Kristin

Trish said...

Oh this post is making my heart ache to be back in Paris. I am just loving every little thing about your blog, it is fabulous in every way! I am happy to be following along and can't wait to catch up on your older posts!!! XOXOX!