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Frida dans le XIème

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Saul Leiter     Paris      1959 

"I admired Louis Faurer’s work very much. I thought he was unusual. There was a kind of poetry and quirkiness about his work that appealed to me. I admired Robert Frank’s work very much. I think he is a great photographer. What else can you say about him? His work is poetic and beautiful. Robert Frank asked me one day to help Louis Faurer on a fashion shoot. This must have been in the early 1950s. I went to his studio and it was complete madness, so I left. Louis was very angry with me for leaving and didn’t talk to me for years. I knew Diane Arbus. She lived across the street from me. I want to mention the fact that I learned from her biography that I helped her with her laundry one day. Did I really help her with laundry? I’m not so sure." Saul Leiter

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PARIS: RESTAURANT, 1890’s

Frederic Delair at the entrance to his restaurant, A la tour D’Argent. 

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Aqua Bassino - Rue de Paris (by billylovesjazz)

Bal de la Couture Parisienne Poster
In the Paris of the 1920s the style was all about elegance and simplicity, a sudden departure from the cumbersome garments of the fin du siecle period, and grand fashion statements were made at the extravagant balls attended by the very wealthiest of Parisians. 

In the Paris of the 1920s the style was all about elegance and simplicity, a sudden departure from the cumbersome garments of the fin de siécle period, and grand fashion statements were made at the extravagant balls attended by the very wealthiest of Parisians.In the Paris of the 1920s the style was all about elegance and simplicity, a sudden departure from the cumbersome garments of the fin de siécle period, and grand fashion statements were made at the extravagant balls attended by the very wealthiest of Parisians. the Paris of the 1920s the style was all about elegance and simplicity, a sudden departure from the cumbersome garments of the fin de siécle period, and grand fashion statements were made at the extravagant balls attended by the very wealthiest of Parisians.

Bal de la Couture Parisienne Poster

In the Paris of the 1920s the style was all about elegance and simplicity, a sudden departure from the cumbersome garments of the fin du siecle period, and grand fashion statements were made at the extravagant balls attended by the very wealthiest of Parisians. 

In the Paris of the 1920s the style was all about elegance and simplicity, a sudden departure from the cumbersome garments of the fin de siécle period, and grand fashion statements were made at the extravagant balls attended by the very wealthiest of Parisians.In the Paris of the 1920s the style was all about elegance and simplicity, a sudden departure from the cumbersome garments of the fin de siécle period, and grand fashion statements were made at the extravagant balls attended by the very wealthiest of Parisians. the Paris of the 1920s the style was all about elegance and simplicity, a sudden departure from the cumbersome garments of the fin de siécle period, and grand fashion statements were made at the extravagant balls attended by the very wealthiest of Parisians.

The Library Loft - Paris, France

From Apartment Therapy:

Véronique has exceptionally high ceilings in her house in the 15th arrondissement. So she and her husband decided to take advantage and go vertical, building a suspended library high in the sky above their spacious living room…

Now what would have been dead space is a book loft, accessible by ladder, high up enough so that it doesn’t loom. If you have the ceilings, it’s a smart solution for housing a substantial collection of books without visual clutter on the ground.

Click here to see more photos of The Library Loft!

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Paris

Paris

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Paris Café (by Paris in Four Months)

A little snack at the Tuileries (by karigee)

Paris

Paris & an espresso

la visite (by paolobarzman)