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Paris Fashion Week FW 2021/2022 – The best shows and designers

Paris Fashion Week – Fashion, Lifestyle and Haute Couture! Paris Fashion Week is back and offers high fashion without end from March 1-10. Designers and fashion houses like Chloé, Vivienne Westwood, Givenchy, Louis Vuitton and more present their new collections at the digital fashion week. In the face of the pandemic, fashion labels are getting more creative with their runway and video presentations, which is evident at this Fashion Week. From dystopian scenarios to runways on airplanes, it’s all here. If you want to learn more about the highlights of fashion week, read on here.

Fashion Week highlights and eye-catchers

Paris Fashion Week in March 2021 is the culmination of four major fashion weeks in New York, London, Milan and finally Paris. In four consecutive weeks, designers and artists have presented their collections for the womenswear season autumn/winter 2021/2022 – under the shadow of the Corona Pandemic. But that didn’t make the fashion industry flinch at all, at the virtual Fashion Week in Paris the best designers presented their creations: The focus is all on fashion. These are our highlights!

Chloé: Ponchos, Dresses & Bags

The first collection from Chloé’s new creative director, Gabriela Hearst, unveils her first runway for the fashion label exactly one hundred years after Chloé founder Gaby Aghion’s birth. According to Hearst, the autumn-winter 21 collection is informed and inspired by sustainability and a commitment to the greater good. Ponchos made from recycled cashmere, dresses made from superfine wool gauze, the recycled Edith bags or the Sheltersuit.

Acne Studios: Swedish fashion house

The Swedish fashion house presents its next fall/winter collection at Paris Fashion Week. According to Acne Studios, this collection was created in isolation and inspired by what happens when we come back to life and enter the normal world.

Vivienne Westwood: Fashion Designer & Activist

Vivienne Westwood is one of the last independent global fashion companies in the world. Westwood makes fashion about more than just making clothes and accessories, she raises awareness of environmental and human rights issues and is recognised as one of the world’s most influential fashion designers and activists. She presents her new collection in a creative film that is rather less like a normal fashion show with a simple runway walk.

Hermès: Performance Art Video

Hermès has come up with a special presentation of its fashion for Paris Fashion Week. In the video, you can see dancers with enchanting performance art and choreography. Watch the whole live show of Hermès here:

Elie Saab: Feminine & All Black

The Elie Saabs collection is characterized by strong feminine silhouettes and monochrome pieces. In all black, each piece looks elegant, also green, white and light pink tones can be found in the collection. Saab sets accents with silver and gold, as well as shimmering sequins.

Jil Sander: Nostalgia & Elegance

This wonderfully nostalgic film showcases Jil Sander’s new winter/fall collection. Sander’s unconditional commitment to contemporary design combines elegance and purity with innovative materials and exceptional craftsmanship.

Zadig & Voltaire: Love Yourself

The modern luxury brand was founded in 1997 by Thierry Gillier and is under the artistic direction of Cecilia Bönström. At Paris Fashion Week, Zadig & Voltaire’s motto is “Love Yourself”. The collection will be presented in an exciting runway in front of giant screens showing the streets of major cities.

Givenchy: Exclusive women’s fashion

The accompanying video for Paris Fashion Week, in which Givenchy presents its 2021/22 fall/winter collection, is characterized by gloomy and dark elements. The cool and fast show reminds of something dystopian.

Dior: Disturbing Bauty

“Disturbing beauty”: this is the motto of Christian Dior’s new fall/winter collection. The video is reminiscent of a stylish thriller, besides the runway presentation the setting is characterized by a dark atmosphere and dystopian dancers perform a choreography.

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Balmain: Runway on the tarmac

A unique and recognizable silhouette, style and attitude, fine craftsmanship, this is Balmain. The truly stunning new Balmains collection is presented at an airport, on the wings of an airplane, on the tarmac and even in outer space! The intergalactic runway with the moon in the background is a real highlight.

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Chanel: Timeless ready-to-wear fashion

This year’s Chanel collection is classic Chanel: chic, elegant, timeless, a little casual. Check out the new Autumn/Winter 2021/22 womenswear collection here.

Miu Miu: Runway in the mountains

Founded in 1993, Miu Miu is the instinctive counterpart to Prada, an experimental, alternative expression of a unique vision. Miu Miu takes its name from Miuccia Prada herself and draws on the unconventional, complex and impulsive character of the woman behind it. The fashion is presented behind a breathtaking backdrop of snow-white mountains:

Louis Vuitton: Fashion at the Louvre

The crowning finale of the Paris Fashion Week on March 10 is the fashion house Louis Vuitton. To the music of Daft Punk, the models walk in the new designs without an audience in the Louvre in Paris and present fashion that is anything but boring! Watch the video of the new Louis Vuitton collection here.

Fendi: Interview with designers – Silvia Fendi, Karl Lagerfeld & Kim Jones

Fendi Designer Interviews – Fendi made a name for itself in the fashion world early on. Today the world-famous fashion brand is one of the most successful and popular labels in the industry and has taken a well-deserved place next to Louis Vuitton, Dior, Chanel or Gucci. Numerous collaborations with stars, an unmistakable logo, original and extravagant collections and creative advertising campaigns are all part of the Italian fashion label’s image today. Find out more about Fendi’s best advertising campaigns and the story behind the renowned luxury fashion brand: Fendi.

Interview with co-designer Silvia Fendi & Karl Lagerfeld

In 2019, head designer Karl Lagerfeld passed away after spending 54 years at Fendi and revolutionizing the brand’s image. Before his death, he worked closely with co-designer Silvia Venturini Fendi. Find out what Lagerfeld had to say in an interview with her before he passed away, what’s next for Fendi now, and who has followed in Lagerfeld’s footsteps here.

Head designer for accessories and leather goods Silvia Fendi

Silvia Venturini Fendi, daughter of Anna Fendi, one of the five sisters who created the Fendi brand and brought it international fame, is head designer for accessories and leather goods and has been designer of the Fendi men’s collection since 2004. After Lagerfeld’s death, she was also in charge of the women’s collection.

Interview with fashion designer and creative director Silvia Venturini Fendi:

Karl Lagerfeld & Silvia Fendi in interview

Lagerfeld worked with co-designer Silvia Venturini Fendi for a long time and created many collections together. He created Fendi’s FF logo and helped the brand gain international recognition. But what will happen to the label after his death?

Karl Lagerfeld and Silvia Venturini Fendi interviewed together:

New directions for Fendi – This is the new head designer!

For a long time, a successor to Lagerfeld remained in the dark after his death. For the time being Silvia Fendi took over the responsibility for the entire Fendi collection, since September 2020 became known: British fashion designer Kim Jones takes over the role as head designer of the women’s collection in the house of Fendi.

Kim Jones first collection as Artistic Director

A new era begins with Kim Jones as the new head designer of the women’s collection at Fendi – he replaces design legend Karl Lagerfeld after 54 years and has big shoes to fill. He was already in charge of menswear at Louis Vuitton and was a designer for Dior, and now comes his first collection as creative director at Fendi. Models will be walking in his designs at Paris Fashion Week 2021.

New Artistic Director for Fendi – Kim Jones in preparation for his first collection:

Naomi Campbell meets Kim Jones

Before joining Fendi as head of womenswear, Kim Jones was artistic director of menswear for Dior. At this time, supermodel Naomi Campbell meets the British designer and talks to him about his visions and ideas.

Fashion icon and model legend Naomi Campbell meets Karl Lagerfeld’s successor Kim Jones in an interview:

Fendi: Brand, Fashion, Story & Videos

Here’s more about Fendi, the hype behind the fashion brand, collections and accessories for all men’s and women’s looks. Also, the story behind the designs and fashion shows that changed the world of haute couture. To the brand, fashion and history still the biggest shows and commercials. All about Fendi.

Fendi: The Italian family dynasty!

Fendi belongs in the wardrobes of every modern woman and the eye-catching “Pequin pattern” offers a real eye-catcher. From 1964, it is run by the five Fendi sisters! If you are interested in the history behind the company, you will find great information in this article.

Videos: Bags, Sunglasses & Shirts

With its progressive leather goods and original designs, Fendi was one of the most famous fashion labels of the modern era from the very beginning. Karl Lagerfeld in particular revolutionized modern fur fashion with his Haute Fourrure. Just as original and extravagant as the annual collections, are also the advertising campaigns of the brand. Here, of course, only the who-is-who of Hollywood stands in front of the camera for the brand. What makes the campaigns Fendi and what visions Karl Lagerfeld and Silvia Venutirini Fendi have for the future of the brand, you see here.

Top Videos from Balmain – Luxurious Prêt-à-porter & Unique Collaborations

Emotional commercials. Good-looking models. Creative storylines. It never gets boring with Balmain. So it’s no wonder that the French fashion label is now an integral part of the international fashion landscape. Especially since Olivier Rousteing took over the reins as creative director, one exciting collection after the other followed and gave the brand a new, modern touch – with success! Check out the brand’s most famous commercials here. You can also learn more about Olivier Rousteing’s eventful life at the end.

Balmain revolutionizes thanks to avant-garde fashion

Balmain was founded in 1945 by Pierre Balmain. From the outset, Monsieur Balmain’s boldly feminine and opulent style offered a startling contrast to the utilitarian looks of the day, creating a distinctive, super-feminine DNA for the house that emphasized richly embroidered fabrics, nipped-in waists and longer, often fuller skirts – quickly transforming the Parisian house into a favorite of both European and Hollywood royalty.

Collaborations with Superstar Cast

Balmain is diverse. This also applies to their collaborations. Whether it’s haute couture for the small purse, exquisite make-up for the emancipated woman or luxurious sports fashion: there’s something for everyone. You can also see the brand’s most famous mannequins here.

Balmain x H&M: High fashion for everyday with Kendall Jenner

Discover a world of richness, attitude and energy from BALMAIN x H&M. A modern collection for men and women, H&M x BALMAIN combines classic French couture with urban chic, focusing on Balmain’s signature craftsmanship, strong silhouettes and covetable fabrics. Check out the collection here.

Puma x Balmain: Emotional advertising clip with Cara Delevingne

Fighting the good fight. That’s what the new campaign for PUMA x BALMAIN, created with Cara Delevingne, is all about. The powerful boxing-inspired interactive campaign focuses on real-life stories of people who are actually fighting the good fights of today: those who bravely stand up for what they believe in and those who defend everyone’s right to be themselves. The video, directed by Philippa Price, and the images shot by Brianna Capozzi, feature a wonderfully diverse group of people from all over the world and from a wide range of backgrounds – art, sport, music, dance, science and literature – who all have an inspiring story to tell.

L’Oréal Paris x Balmain: Colorful lipsticks for the big city woman

A colorful meeting between Balmain and L’Oréal Paris with a beautiful international campaign by McCANN Paris! Olivier Rousteing’s creative vision is combined with the already iconic Color Riche lipstick range. Clip was directed by Colin Tilley with the motto: ‘Together we are invincible’.

Must Haves from Balmains: Sneakers, Bags and & Jewellery

Keider. Suits. Bags. Shoes. There’s hardly anything Balmain doesn’t design. The luxury brand doesn’t shy away from loving craftsmanship and exciting collaborations with singer-songwriters. On the contrary: the Balmain team knows exactly what mega collections are ultimately created through collaboration.

Futuristic clothing for festival lovers

Balmain brings the people together. With these words the video begins and symbolizes the most important values of the Balmain house. The futuristic minimalist outfits are to show the future and thus make clear that the goals are for the future.

Expressive image film for the Balmain army of tomorrow

“I was thrilled to learn that Jake and Ludwig shared my fascination with these small but powerful daily beats, and I was excited to see how they were able to play with the potential of these sounds to create this unique music video for Balmain’s Fall 2018 campaign. Each of them has the passion, boldness, talent and confidence that make them perfect representatives of today’s modern and inclusive Balmain army,” Olivier Rousteing let slip. See how that comes across in the promotional clip here.

Robust & trendy at the same time: the Balmain sneakers

Get ready, the new Balmain sneakers are hitting the stores! The sneaker collection for men and women consists of 3 original models: the army boot-inspired “Troop”, the full leather “Glove” sock and a basketball-style “B Ball” silhouette. All styles are available now exclusively at Selfridges and Balmains’ promotional store.

Innovative & avant-garde jewellery

Balmain is pleased to announce the rebirth of the accessories collection from the historic Parisian house. When creative director Olivier Rousteing and his team developed the new lines, they drew on three distinct sources of inspiration: the house’s unique history, the Balmain atelier’s continued mastery of traditional couture techniques, and the instantly recognizable style Rousteing has established for the house over the past five years. The result is a coherent, modern offering that relies on only the best materials, craftsmen and design – in short, a true Balmain collection.

Olivier Rousteing: The man behind the luxury brand

Rarely has a new creative director for the luxury brand Balmain caused so much hullabaloo. But who is the creative head with the name Olivier Rousteing? What inspires him? And what makes him one of the youngest visionaries of our time?

Behind the scenes of the MET Gala 2018

Olivier Rousteing and a select group of “Balmain Army” members, seize the moment at the famous MET Gala to raise awareness about the fight against AIDS. Watch the full video here.

A Creative Director with a lot of potential

How old is the creative director of the house? What did he study? And how did he get his job? These questions are answered in detail here in the video.

Chanel – Top commercials, emotional image films & Behind The Scenes

Chanel – a brand with a moving story that revolutionized the world of fashion and mannequins. Today, it’s hard to imagine the fashion giant without it. So there are now not only clothes, sparkling accessories and makeup from the luxury brand, but also perfumes. Especially Chanel No. 5 belongs in the bathroom cabinet of every fashion icon, or those who want to become one. Which commercials and image films there are from the luxury label and what’ crass storylines the creative minds always come up with, you can see here.

Coco Chanel, her fashion empire & the little black dress

While the luxury brand enjoys international success today largely thanks to ageless couturier Karl Lagerfeld, it looks back on more of a humble birth. Before today’s top models like Cara Delivigne and Kendall Jenner walked the runways of the world in the latest collections of the label, the founder Gabrielle ‘Coco’ Chanel had to struggle with a lack of enthusiasm at the beginning of her career. While women’s fashion in the 1910s consisted of stiff pencil skirts and uncomfortable corsets, Coco Chanel, who came from a poor background, proposed an emancipated and functionally oriented fashion collection for women. Thus, her first collection did not consist of pretty but far too tight bodice dresses and skirts, but of airy blouses, wide-cut trousers and the now popular ‘little black dress’.

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Classically feminine fashion and fine jewellery

The brand Chanel is especially known for the always new staged masterpieces. Many old traditional cuts are combined with new modern colors and materials, such as the world-famous Chanel jacket. But also from the beginning, Coco Chanel designed sparkling pieces of jewelry and so adorned the fingers, wrists and necks of the upscale Parisian ladies of yesteryear. In her designs she paid attention to the play with light, so that the pieces appear different from every angle and created an exciting play of light and shadow.

Virginie Viard’s debut: Stylish commercial with lots of emotions

Inspired by travel, the Cruise 2019/20 collection presents a silhouette on the move that is both strong and bursting with subtle delicacy. Comfort, functionality and simplicity form the basis of CHANEL’s appeal, embodied by Caroline de Maigret, Soo Joo Park, Amanda Sanchez, Ola Rudnicka and Tami Williams. As one of the leads is the new creative director of the Chanel house named Virginie Viard. In her role, she plays a hectic director who misses the train due to her lateness. On her way to the platform, hoping to catch the train after all, she is constantly jostled. In contrast, there are other women who are much more relaxed and who get their train. A film where the viewer has to make up his own mind about the situation and where there is no right or wrong.

Over The Moon: A stylish journey by elevator

A jewellery collection with the shapes and colours of the moon. When strangers get on the elevator and get off together as friends, with the common destination, the moon. A dreamlike journey between the earth and the moon, strangers and friends. An interesting and exciting story that pulls the viewer along and later sends them into a relaxed mood. However, the focus is not on the story or the clothes, but in the spot the new jewellery collection is presented. Light and discreet shapes and colors are shown to match the outfits and the backdrop.

Chanel Bags Collection: Luxurious bags in spring colours

The new bag collection for spring is here. With light eye-catching colors they round off every outfit. Whether for shopping, shopping or traveling. The bags are available in different sizes and colors and can be perfectly combined with the other parts of the current collection.

Fruity perfumes and exciting storylines

With her numerous perfumes Chanel also celebrates success and that worldwide. The subtle but long-lasting unique fragrances have one thing in common: they all contain as a base note aromas of the famous Chanel Camelia flower. Built up with other delicate fragrance notes, each perfume is an art in itself. Years of research, the best quality of flowers and fruits, as well as a craftsmanship of traditional perfume makers. All this is combined here. These are Chanel’s perfumes.

Exciting commercial ‘Coco Mademoiselle’ with Danila Kozlovski

The portrait of a woman with a unique and carefree style. The new film COCO MADEMOISELLE reveals Keira Knightley, full of mystery and fascination. With the color scheme in the backdrop in achromatic colors, the focus is immediately drawn to the characters. With exciting camera movements, the promotional video becomes more exciting and individual. As a high-contrast film cut, the same thing is shot again in a different location in the second part. With the difference that here on emotional strong colors is placed, and that the camera movements in slow motion and are very detailed.

Hilarious party with a charming Keira Knightley

An impeccable example that Chanel is not only what for fine occasions of the upper class, but also for everyday use. Whether at a party, to go out or for coffee with an old friend in a nearby cafe.

The classic: Chanel N°5 with a sensual Audrey Tautou

Follow the romantic paths of Audrey Tautou on a night train to Istanbul. With Audrey Tautou and Travis Davenport directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet, feel the passion and get excited about the dreamlike journey.

Chanel’s most theatrical commercial full of emotion and drama

Artistic and emotional it is especially in this clip of the brand. For this, several hundred dancers have gathered and use props such as chairs and mirrors for their artistic interlude. Boring is different! Convince yourselves here.

Behind the scenes of the fashion empire

Chanel in particular is known for taking its viewers behind the scenes on YouTube. No matter if it’s the preparations for the Fashion Week, the hustle and bustle in the backstage area shortly before the show starts or the making of the latest collections. Likewise there are, by Karl Lagerfeld brought to life, image films or films the history of Coco or Chanel. With elaborate and emotional stylistic means, short videos are created in blockbuster quality.

A day on set with supermodel Gisele Bündchen

Model Gisele Bündchen was announced as the newest face of Chanel No.5 back in May – following in the beautiful footsteps of Nicole Kidman, Audrey Tatou and Catherine Deneuve, and of course Brad Pitt. She is already a familiar face for the fashion house due to her “natural beauty and modern femininity,” appearing in the ad for its best-selling makeup collection Les Beiges. The campaign is also a repeat performance for acclaimed director Baz Luhrmann, the man behind the incredible Chanel No. 5 film campaign starring Nicole Kidman in 2004, who was chosen to bring his “creativity and very personal aesthetic to the house and its iconic fragrance.” The new campaign, which was shot in the Hamptons and New York, is centered on a reimagined version of The One That I Want by musician Lo-Fang. You can see the entire ad in all its glory below – plus a behind-the-scenes video!

Inside CHANEL: Coco’s life story

The story of a young orphan who reinvented herself and became Coco Chanel. In Chapter 5 of Inside CHANEL, discover the humble beginnings of Coco Chanel, from her birth in 1883 to meeting the love of her life Boy Capel. This new film reveals the woman behind the legend who transformed the female silhouette in a stroke of genius. Coco Chanel ended an era and ushered in a new century of fashion.

Top Videos from Givenchy – Eccentric High Fashion & Sophisticated Prêt-à-porter

Refined finesse, avant-garde elegance and bold femininity – hardly any brand manages to unite these as much as the Givenchy fashion empire. Just as exciting as the runway shows and emotional as the reports about the meteoric rise of the fashion designer, are the commercials from Givenchy. We have summarized our highlights for you here.

Givenchy: Fashion that sets the trends of tomorrow

Founded by Hubert de Givenchy, the luxury brand Givenchy has been revolutionizing the fashion industry since the 1950s. Audrey Hepburn’s “little black dress”, Madonna’s stage outfits and Kim Kardashian’s wedding dress – they all made statements and the list of successes of the fashion brand is long. Even after the death of founder and fashion designer Hubert de Givenchy, the brand continues to enjoy great popularity. In addition to clothing and accessories, much emphasis has been placed on the unique fragrance collections from Givenchys since 1988.

Haute couture, ready-to-wear and lovely fragrances

Inverted gender roles, original storylines and dramatic cinematography. Givenchys commercials are innovative, modern and daring and always leave a lasting impression. Check out our favorite Givenchys commercials here.

Modern men’s collection with a touch of retro

This short film by Alice Kong, shot at Villa Palmieri in Florence, Italy shows the activities the boys are doing for the summer of their lives while wearing the new collection “Nouveau Glitch”. Designed by Clare Waight Keller, this collection with its bright colors perfectly matches the environment of the video and the extraordinary models.

Dreamy mannequins in colorful haute couture

For the annual haute couture collection, the designers of Givenchys 2019 opted for the colors blue and red. This was also reflected in the advertising clip. Almost unreal, the models marched here through a surrealistic cloudscape. You can see the masterpiece directed by Neil Krug here.

Emancipated prêt-à-porter in front of a seductive backdrop

Fashion can also be heavenly. This proved creative director of the house Givenchys with the fall collection 2019 under the name “Winter of Eden”. The paradise of Adam and Eve is thus given a feminist twist, which is also noticeable in the advertising clip. Check out the clip here.

Sensual Eau De Toilette with charming storyline

The promotional video for the popular perfume Eau de Toilette is a short film of a young man at a boring party. At this he meets a woman and then disappears dancing with her in the mysterious alleys of the city. This masculine and self-confident fragrance has been inspiring people since its release in 1974 and was created by fragrance designer Paul Leger.

Famous Advertising Faces – Ariana Grande, Marc Jacobs & Co.

Hubert de Givenchy’s extravagant fashion has also been famous among Hollywood’s stars and starlets for decades. It’s no wonder, then, that even the shonen and successful of the entertainment industry are regularly seen in his commercials. Check out our highlights here.

Ariana Grande is the new face of the Givenchy campaign

Singer and actress Ariana Grande is “the new face of Givenchy” she says in an interview how much she admires the brand and she is very proud to be part of it now. In this short video, Ariana Grande is filmed from behind by British fashion photographer Craig McDean, introducing her to the world as the new face of the Givenchy brand.

Emotional campaign of the extra class with Charlotte Rampling & Marc Jacobs

A very unusual video filmed in a film studio, with an older lady who presents her acting skills to the camera. She also teaches a young man how to act in front of the camera. What the last words of the video “give me Givenchy” mean, you can find out here in the clip.

Aaron Taylor as romantic heartbreaker for Givenchy’s new perfume

Aaron Taylor-Johnson is a young British actor who has starred in films such as “Avengers: Age of Ultron”, “Kick-Ass”, “Savages” and “Godzilla”. In his younger years, he also promotes the new perfume “Gentleman Givenchy”. This perfume stands for its masculine elegance and was developed by the company founder Hubert de Givenchy.

Charming promotional clip as a tribute to Givenchy’s muse Audrey Hepburn

The promotional video by the famous photographer David Sims. About the perfume L’interdit, was shot in the Paris metro and has over 14 million views and is therefore (by far) the most clicked advertising video Givenchys. The 1957 fragrance was reinterpreted by Dominique Ropion, Anne Flipo and Fanny Bal almost 50 years later. L’Interdit is the first perfume Givenchy brought to market and a product of the legendary friendship between Hubert de Givenchy and Audrey Hepburn.

Behind the scenes of the French fashion empire

Hardly any day on set is the same, especially not when you have icons of modernity like Ariana Grande as a promotional face. Find out what a day in front of and behind the cameras looks like here. Also, who was Hubert de Givenchy and how did it become a success? Also these questions, are answered here.

Exciting day on set with pop star Ariana Grande

A “behind the scenes” video of Ariana Grande showing how much she enjoys being part of the Givenchy video shoot and that she is very proud to be “the new face” of the fashion brand, as she once mentioned in an interview.

Remembrance of the dazzling success story of Hubert de Givenchy

The French fashion designer revolutionized not only the fashion industry with the trend of the “little black dress”, but also the pop culture of the 21st century. Learn more about Givenchy’s meteoric rise here in the video.

Selfie Places in Paris – Colorful Houses, Eiffel Tower & view over Paris

Becoming a model in Paris – Posing in a street full of pastel coloured houses, selfies on the Eiffel Tower, Instagram stories from Montmartre, as a model in Paris you naturally want to keep your followers up to date. If you want to know where to take the coolest pictures in Paris, read on here.

Top Selfie Spots in Paris

To keep your Instagram page up to date on your journey, you as a model are always on the lookout for new photo spots that stand out from your feed and where you can take pictures that make you stand out from other models. We as a model agency have picked out the coolest photo locations in Paris for you.

Rue Crémieux: Colourful houses

This barely 100 meter long street in Paris has become a real Instagram hotspot. It’s home to cute little houses in a variety of beautiful pastel colors, from lilac to pale pink to baby blue. The residents of the hyped street, however, are rather less pleased about the fame of their neighborhood.

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  • Address: Rue Crémieux, 75012 Paris, France

This is where you’ll find sweet street:

Why don’t you walk down the street yourself?

Bercy Village: wine market & old stone pavements

Once home to the largest wine market in the world, the Bercy district is now home to many cafés, restaurants and shops. The beautiful architecture of the old stone pavement buildings combines stone with steel, wood and glass and offers itself with the hip cafes as a beautiful background for a small Instagram post.

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  • Address: 28 Rue François Truffaut, 75012 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 1 40 02 90 80
  • Opening hours: Mon-Sun from 10:00-19:00

This is where Bercy Village is located:

Make your own impression and walk through the neighborhood:

Eiffel Tower: Landmark of Paris

During your visit to Paris, a picture on, at or in front of the Eiffel Tower is a must! There are many different ways to pose the famous tower with you, from one of the beautiful bridges on the Seine, with the tower in the background while you’re in Champ de Mars Park or you can take a selfie on the Eiffel Tower itself.

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  • Address: Champ de Mars, 5 Avenue Anatole France, 75007 Paris, France.
  • Phone: +33 892 70 12 39
  • Opening hours: Mon-Sun 9:00-00:45

You can find the Eiffel Tower here:

Here you are standing in the Champ de Mars with the Eiffel Tower perfectly in the background:

Sacré-Cœur: View over Paris

The Sacré-Cœur Basilica is another Parisian classic motif when you’re out and about in the French capital. Even if you don’t want the church in the background, on the hill of Montmartre you have a beautiful view over Paris.

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  • Address: 35 Rue du Chevalier de la Barre, 75018 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 1 53 41 89 00
  • Opening hours: Mon-Sun 6:00-22:30

The Sacré-Cœur is located here:

Pink Mamma Paris: Art & Hanging Plants

The Pink Mamma is an Italian restaurant that extends over 4 floors and is simply spectacular and unusually decorated. Plant tendrils, paintings and artwork adorn the interior of the restaurant with a beautiful glass roof in the staircase.

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  • Address: 20bis Rue de Douai, 75009 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 1 40 36 03 94
  • Opening hours: Mon-Thu 11:45 a.m.-1:30 p.m., 6:30 p.m.-2:30 p.m.; Fri 11:45 a.m.-1:30 p.m., 5 p.m.-2:30 p.m.; Sat & Sun 11:45 a.m.-3 p.m., 5 p.m.-2:30 p.m.

Here you will find the restaurant:

Sinking House of Montmartre: Optical Illusion

The “sinking House of Montmartre” is actually a normal house, but photographed from the right angle it looks like the house is sinking behind a hill. You can easily photograph the optical illusion on the right side of the Sacré-Cœur Cathedral. In front of the last steps of the basilica there is a small grassy area on the right, from there you can take the uniquely cool picture!

This is where the leaning house is located:

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Palais Royal: 260 columns

The Paris City Palace was the residence of the royal families of France in the heart of Paris until the construction of the Palace of Versailles. In the courtyard there are hundreds of columns that have become a secret Parisian landmark. On the columns you can pose super and make beautiful Instagram pictures.

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  • Address: 8 Rue de Montpensier, 75001 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 1 47 03 92 16
  • Opening hours: Mon-Sun 8:00-22:30

You can find the Palais Royal here:

Opéra Garnier: Gold ornamentation & murals

The Paris Opera House is spectacular in many ways. Not only the special architecture, but also the beautiful decorations, paintings, gilding and many other beautiful details make the opera a place for a perfect photo shoot.

4.7 / 5.0 (23,824 ratings on Google)

  • Address: Place de l’Opéra, 75009 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 1 71 25 24 23

The Opéra Garnier is located here:

Paris Selfie Places in Conclusion

Actually, you don’t need to look for the best spots for a little Insta shoot in Paris, because in a city like Paris you can find French charm on every corner and in every little street. Besides the classics like the Eiffel Tower or the Sacré-Cœur Cathedral, you can also take a cool Insta pic in many nice cafés and parks.

Sightseeing in Paris: Eiffel Tower, Louvre & Sacré-Cœur

Becoming a model in Paris – Who hasn’t dreamed of standing on the Eiffel Tower and looking over Paris? Or to visit the Louvre with all its works of art one day? If you’re a model in Paris, you’re bound to want to see some of the city. If you want to know more about the sights of Paris, read on here.

Sights & Culture in Paris

Besides classics like the Eiffel Tower or Notre Dame, there is much more to see in Paris, the long noble history of France has left many castles and city palaces, there are magnificent museums with impressive works of art and the most beautiful churches with the best view. We as a model agency have picked out the top 10 sights and attractions in Paris.

Eiffel Tower: panoramic view & restaurant

Nothing screams Paris like the Eiffel Tower. It is the equivalent of Big Ben in London or the Statue of Liberty in New York, it is the landmark of Paris. You can climb up to the tower’s observation deck for arguably the best view of the entire city. In the 312 meter high tower there is even a restaurant where you can eat with a panoramic view.

4.6 / 5.0 (252,723 ratings on Google)

  • Address: Champ de Mars, 5 Avenue Anatole France, 75007 Paris, France.
  • Phone: +33 892 70 12 39
  • Opening hours: Mon-Sun 9:00-00:45

This is where the Eiffel Tower is located:

Walk along the observation deck of the tower and discover the beautiful view:

Arc de Triomphe: Arc de Triomphe

The Arc de Triomphe is a famous large monument that stands at the end of the famous shopping street of the Champs-Élysées. For pedestrians, the sight can only be reached through an underpass, as there is a large and busy roundabout around the monument, from which twelve streets lead off.

4.7 / 5.0 (145,117 ratings on Google)

  • Address: Place Charles de Gaulle, 75008 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 1 55 37 73 77
  • Opening hours: Mon-Sun 10:00-22:00

Here you will find the Arc de Triomphe:

Take a look around via Street View in front of the Arc de Triomphe:

Notre-Dame Cathedral: Heart of Paris

Like the Eiffel Tower, everyone knows the famous Notre Dame Cathedral in the heart of Paris. The beautiful church was completed in the 14th century, making it one of the oldest Gothic church buildings in France. Since the fire in April 2019, in which large parts of the building were destroyed, the cathedral is closed to visitors, but from the front it is still beautiful to look at, it still looks intact.

4.7 / 5.0 (43,057 ratings on Google)

  • Address: 6 Parvis Notre-Dame – Pl. Jean-Paul II, 75004 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 1 42 34 56 10

Notre Dame is here:

Here you can explore the cathedral and the surrounding area:

Le Louvre: Mona Lisa in the Louvre Palace

The world-famous museum with probably the most famous painting in the world: The Louvre in Paris with the Mona Lisa. The art museum is located in the Palais du Louvre, the former residence of the French kings and houses over 380,000 objects, of which about 35,000 can be examined.

4.7 / 5.0 (210,302 ratings on Google)

  • Address: Rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 1 40 20 50 50
  • Opening hours: Mon, Wed-Sun from 9:00-18:00; Wed & Fri until 21:45

You can find the Musée du Louvre here:

Palace of Versailles: gardens & fairytale palace

The former residence of the kings of France is located a few kilometers outside the city limits of Paris and is a huge castle complex with beautiful parks and gardens, as well as large halls and magnificent rooms. Due to the enormous size of the complex, you can spend a whole day here and, if the weather is sunny, take the opportunity to take a leisurely stroll through the gardens or join a guided tour of the castle.

4.5 / 5.0 (94,256 ratings on Google)

  • Address: Place d’Armes, 78000 Versailles, France
  • Phone: +33 1 30 83 78 00

This is where you’ll find the castle:

Sacré-Cœur: View over Paris

The Basilica Sacré-Cœur de Montmartre is a large church on Montmartre Hill and stands out especially for its bright white color and beautiful domes. From Montmartre you have a magnificent view over Paris and also inside the church you can enjoy mosaics.

4.7 / 5.0 (86,494 ratings on Google)

  • Address: 35 Rue du Chevalier de la Barre, 75018 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 1 53 41 89 00
  • Opening hours: Mon-Sun 6:00-22:30

Here is the basilica:

Musée d’Orsay: Paintings, Sculptures & Photographs

The art museum is located directly on the south bank of the Seine opposite the Jardin des Tuileries and not far from the Musée du Louvre. The beautiful museum mainly houses paintings, sculptures, prints and photographs from the period between 1848 and 1914.

4.7 / 5.0 (53,780 ratings on Google)

  • Address: 1 Rue de la Légion d’Honneur, 75007 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 1 40 49 48 14
  • Opening hours: Tue-Sun from 9:30-18:00, Thu until 21:45

The museum is located here:

Disneyland Paris: Rollercoasters & Theme Parks

It is the only Disneyland in Europe and includes two theme parks where you can immerse yourself in the world of Disney and experience attractions, rides and parades. The park covers 2,230 hectares and has already been visited by 320 million people since it opened.

4.5 / 5.0 (210,946 ratings on Google)

  • Address: Boulevard de Parc, 77700 Coupvray, France
  • Phone: +33 825 30 05 00

You can find Disneyland here:

Palais Royal: courtyard and palace garden

The Paris City Palace was the residence of the royal families of France in the middle of Paris until the construction of the Palace of Versailles. The Palais Royal is located near the Louvre and the courtyard and garden can be visited for free, in the courtyard there are hundreds of columns that have become a secret Parisian landmark.

4.6 / 5.0 (13,013 ratings on Google)

  • Address: 8 Rue de Montpensier, 75001 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 1 47 03 92 16
  • Opening hours: Mon-Sun 8:00-22:30

This is where the Palais Royal is located:

Panthéon: Hall of Fame of France

The Panthéon is the national hall of fame of France, almost 80 famous French personalities like Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Marie Curie or Victor Hugo rest here. The building with a large dome is visible for miles around Paris, inside the Panthéon is decorated in Gothic style with slender columns and elegant ribbed vaults.

4.6 / 5.0 (31,044 ratings on Google)

  • Address: Place du Panthéon, 75005 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 1 44 32 18 00
  • Opening hours: Mon-Sun 10:00-18:30

Here you’ll find the Panthéon:

Sightseeing Day in Paris

You can combine visits to some attractions, such as the Eiffel Tower, a stop at the Arc de Triomphe and a visit to the Louvre or Musée d’Orsay. For other attractions, however, you should plan a full day, such as the visit to the Palace of Versailles or Disneyland, if you have more time, it is also worth going to Disneyland for two days.

Foodies in Paris: the best food spots!

Becoming a model in Paris – Fine French cuisine, oriental falafel next to the Sacré-Cœur, sushi in the middle of Paris or Indian around the corner from the Eiffel Tower? Many cultures and cuisines come together in Paris and you have a huge choice of restaurants during your stay in Paris – so where to start? If you want to know where to eat well in Paris, read on here.

Top 10 Restaurants in Paris

Paris is the fashion capital par excellence and for models, the casting day can be quite exhausting. Between the runways, the Eiffel Tower and the Champs Elysees, it’s important that you take a break and eat a delicious meal. To help you know where to grab a well-balanced lunch, we at the model agency have put together a list of our top 10 restaurants in Paris.

Shaka Loa: Hawaiian Poke Bowls

Shaka Loa is a Hawaiian-themed restaurant in Paris with a tropical and warm atmosphere. Here you can get really excellent poke bowls, but also delicious crepes, salads and fresh smoothies to try.

4.9 / 5.0 (393 ratings on Google)

  • Address: 99 Rue Monge, 75005 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 1 43 31 73 79
  • Opening hours: Mon-Thu from 11:00-22:30, Fri-Sat from 11:00-2:00

You can find the Shaka Loa here:

Street View in front of Shaka Loa – take a look around:

Chez Pitou: Next to the Sacré-Cœur

Chez Pitou is located near the beautiful Sacré-Cœur church, which is famous for Paris. Chez Pitou serves excellent French specialties, as well as very good wine! Guests praise the owner of the restaurant for his friendliness and passion for cooking.

4.9 / 5.0 (111 reviews on Google)

  • Address: 28 Rue Tholozé, 75018 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 1 42 54 24 21
  • Opening hours: Tue-Sat from 19:00-22:00, Fri & Sat also from 12:00-14:00

Chez Pitou is located here:

Walk down the cute side street where the restaurant is located:

Epicure: Star cuisine in a luxury hotel

The Epicure Restaurant is located in the luxury hotel Le Bristol, not far from the Champs-Élysées. In a light-flooded room with an upscale ambience, you’ll get all kinds of expensive star cuisine such as macaroni with truffle filling or chicken breast in vin jaune sauce with green asparagus, morels and crayfish. But the restaurant is also suitable for vegetarians.

4.7 / 5.0 (924 ratings on Google)

  • Address: 112 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, 75008 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 1 53 43 40
  • Opening hours: Mon-Sun from 19:30-21:30

This is where you’ll find the Epicure:

Take a look at the Bristol Hotel from the outside:

L’Orangerie: Hotel Four Seasons

In the luxury hotel Vier Jahreszeiten you will find L’Orangerie, where you can enjoy fine French cuisine next to beautiful decor. In addition to house specialties like lobster and sea urchin, vegan and vegetarian dishes are also on the menu.

4.9 / 5.0 (162 ratings on Google)

  • Address: 31 Avenue George V, 75008 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 1 49 52 72 24
  • Opening hours: Tue-Sun from 12:00-14:30 , 19:00-22:30

The restaurant is here:

La Travesía: Falafel, Tapas & Humus

This traditional Lebanese restaurant is located right next to the Sacré-Cœur near Montmartre. Here you can find all kinds of delicious dishes from the Middle East at extremely good prices! Falafel, tapas and hummus are just some of the delicious specialities of this welcoming restaurant.

4.9 / 5.0 (82 reviews on Google)

  • Address: 19 Rue Muller, 75018 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 1 42 51 56 92
  • Opening hours: Mon-Fri 11:30 a.m.-3 p.m., 7 p.m.-2:45 p.m.; Sat & Sun 11:30 a.m.-2:45 p.m.

This is where La Travesía is located:

Restaurant Bistronomique Florina: Soup, Cod & Authenticity

A small but very authentic and very friendly restaurant with delicious food. Here you can get good gazpacho soup, poached egg with orange mushrooms or roasted cod. Guests of Florina recommend the restaurant as a real insider tip, because here the service is much more personal than in some other places.

4.9 / 5.0 (89 reviews on Google)

  • Address: 47 Boulevard de Port-Royal, 75013 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 9 84 30 74 72
  • Opening hours: Tue-Sat from 10:00-18:00

This is where you’ll find the Florina:

Hank Burger Paris Archives: Vegan Burgers

Hank has several restaurants in Paris and Lyon serving 100% vegan food. At Hank Burger Paris Archives, there’s a selection of homemade burgers and desserts – there’s even dessert! You can choose from biscuits, carrot cake, or the surprise dessert of the day. There are even gluten-free options.

4.5 / 5.0 (3,826 ratings on Google)

  • Address: 55 Rue des Archives, 75003 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 9 72 44 03 99
  • Opening hours: Mon-Thu from 12:00-14:30, 18:00-21:00; Fri-Sun from 12:00-21:00.

The burger joint is here:

Il Seguito: Italian Pizza & Pasta

Il Seguito is an Italian restaurant located in the 11th arrondissement of Paris. The popular restaurant delights its guests with its selection of pizza and pasta and vegetarian and vegan options. So if you want to experience a real Italian dinner in France, this is the place to go.

4.4 / 5.0 (359 reviews on Google)

  • Address: 56 Boulevard Beaumarchais, 75011 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 1 43 14 65 20
  • Opening hours: Mon-Sun from 12:00-14:30, 18:00-22:00

You can find Il Seguito here:

Oi Sushi: Soups, Salads & Sushi

Oi Sushi is – as the name suggests – a Japanese sushi restaurant near the Panthéon in Paris. The restaurant has a really good price-quality ratio and an attentive and fast service. Here you can eat good sushi, salads and soups if you like Asian food.

4.4 / 5.0 (726 ratings on Google)

  • Address: 7 Rue Mouffetard, 75005 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 6 27 71 31 51
  • Opening hours: Mon-Sat from 11:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m., 6:00 p.m.-2:30 p.m.; Sun from 11:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.

This is where Oi Sushi is located:

Mayfair Garden: Indian restaurant by the Eiffel Tower

This gourmet Indian restaurant is run by two brothers and is located near the Eiffel Tower. Here you can expect excellent cuisine, great service and a great ambience. Pakistani as well as Indian dishes invite you to enjoy.

4.4 / 5.0 (966 ratings on Google)

  • Address: 33 Rue de Longchamp, 75116 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 1 42 56 91 92
  • Opening hours: Mon-Sat from 18:30-21:30, Sun from 18:30-21:15.

This is where you’ll find the Mayfair Garden:

Paris restaurants in the conclusion

In Paris, you only have to go for a short walk and you will have passed several restaurants and snack bars, so it is quite difficult to decide. Admittedly, it’s not exactly easy on the streets of Paris to quickly find a place where everything fits. That’s why you have our guide, from sushi to pasta and pizza to oriental or French cuisine, to help you find the best restaurant in Paris.

Shopping in Paris: Champs-Élysées, Forum Des Halles & Rue de Rivoli

Become a model in Paris – Beautiful designer fashion on the Champs-Élysée, shopping in the Galerie Lafayette, strolling in a shopping arcade under the Louvre: in Paris you can definitely go shopping! The city of fashion has many shopping malls and long shopping streets to make your fashion heart beat faster on your days off in Paris. If you want to know more about the many shopping opportunities in Paris, read on here.

Top 10 Shopping Tips for Paris

Paris is big – so where do I start? Depending on your mood, you can go to one of the biggest shopping malls in France or take it a bit more relaxed and explore the shopping streets like Rue de Rivoli in the fresh air. We, as a model agency, have picked out our top 10 shopping tips for Paris so you can have the perfect shopping day.

Champs-Élysées: Louis Vuitton, Dior, Hermès & Co.

The Champs-Élysées is probably known to everyone: It is one of the most famous shopping streets in the world and worth a visit in Paris from every angle. Flagship stores and boutiques of the world’s most expensive luxury designers are lined up here. High end fashion brands such as Louis Vuitton, Dior or Hermès are just a few of the many magnificent luxury labels that are represented here in magnificent shops on the iconic street in Paris.

4.7 / 5.0 (356 ratings on Google)

Champs-Élysées at a glance:

  • Special feature: Splendid and historic shopping street
  • Stores like Louis Vuitton, Hugo Boss, Dior, Hermès or Chanel
  • Length: 1,91km

Here you’ll find the Champs-Élysées:

Walk along the Champs-Élysée and discover the many shops and boutiques:

Boulevard Haussmann: Galerie Lafayette & Printemps department store

Boulevard Haussmann is a long shopping street and a real shopping temple in the middle of Paris. Here you will find famous brands and popular shopping stores such as Printemps or the Galerie Lafayette, one of the largest department stores in the city! From Adidas to Sephora to the Apple Store, there are a number of different stores. Printemps and Galerie Lafayette are home to stores such as Gucci, Miu Miu and Jimmy Choo.

4.7 / 5.0 (38 reviews on Google)

Boulevard Haussmann summarized:

  • Special feature: famous department stores like the Galerie Lafayette & Printemps
  • Stores like Adidas, Zara, Mango, Gucci or Miu Miu
  • Length: 2,53km

Here is the shopping street:

Discover the Boulevard Haussmann with its stores and department stores:

Rue de Rennes: Zara, Subdued & Gap

Rue de Rennes is a shopping street on the south side of the Seine in Paris. Here you can find all kinds of shops from Zara, Brandy & Melville, Subdued or Gap. If you need a break, you can take a break in one of the cafés, restaurants or snack bars.

4.5 / 5.0 (14 reviews on Google)

Rue de Rennes at a glance:

  • Special feature: Here you will find all the “basics” for your wardrobe
  • Stores like Zara, H&M, Subdued, Brandy & Melville or Gap.
  • Length: 1,2km

Rue de Rennes can be found here:

Here you can take a look at the shopping street via Google Street View:

Rue de Rivoli: Levi’s, Urban Outfitters, Sephora & Co.

Magnificent arcades adorn Rue de Rivoli, which runs parallel to the Seine from Place de la Concorde, the Jardin des Tuileries and past the Louvre. It’s a real panorama of streets and delights tourists and locals alike, as you’ll find just about every brand and label there is. From Bershka and Urban Outfitters to Levi’s and Sephora, you’ll find it all here.

4.6 / 5.0 (57 reviews on Google)

Rue de Rivoli at a glance:

  • Special feature: continuous arcades adorn the long street
  • Stores like Bershka, Zara, Urban Outfitters,, Levi’s or Sephora.
  • Length: 3,07km

The long shopping street is located here:

Explore Rue de Rivoli via Street View:

Westfield Forum des Halles: Shopping under a glass roof

A huge shopping mall, which offers 150 shops on an area of 75000 m² and 5 floors. The architecture of the mall is truly amazing: the building complex is characterized by glass and steel, which offers a light-flooded shopping experience and gives you the feeling of shopping under the open sky, at the same time you are protected under the glass roof.

4.1 / 5.0 (29,307 ratings on Google)

Westfield Forum des Halles summarized:

  • Special feature: huge glass roof provides a bright shopping experience
  • Stores like Calvin Klein, Pull & Bear or Lacoste
  • Address: 101 Porte, Rue Berger, 75001 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 1 44 76 87 08
  • Opening hours: Mon-Sat from 9:00-18:00, Sun from 10:00-18:00

This is where you’ll find the mall:

Carrousel du Louvre: Underground shopping centre

Right on the Rue de Rivoli is the Carrousel du Louvre. It is an underground shopping mall and one of the most visited shopping centers in France. Here you will find a Printemps with brands like Burberry, Gucci or Bottega Veneta.

4.4 / 5.0 (10,339 ratings on Google)

Carrousel du Louvre at a glance:

  • Special feature: The passage is located underground under the Tuilerie Garden next to the Louvre.
  • Stores like Tommy Hilfiger, Lacoste and a Printemps
  • Address: 99 Rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 1 43 16 47 10
  • Opening hours: Mon, Wed-Sun from 10:00-20:00, Tue from 11:00-19:00

This is where the shopping arcade is located:

Centre Commercial Beaugrenelle: Nike, The North Face and Zadig & Voltaire…

One of the largest inner-city shopping centers in Paris, it is located in the southwest of the city on the Seine. The Centre Commercial Beaugrenelle houses 120 shops and restaurants, as well as a cinema. A branch of Galeries Lafayette is also located here, as well as stores such as Nike, The North Face or Zadig & Voltaire.

4.1 / 5.0 (373 ratings on Google)

The shopping centre at a glance:

  • Special feature: one of the largest shopping centres in Paris with cinema & Galerie Lafayette
  • Stores like Nike, The North Face or Zadig & Voltaire
  • Address: 12 Rue Linois, 75015 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 1 53 95 24 00
  • Opening hours: Mon-Sat from 10:00-20:00, Sun from 11:00-19:00

You can find the Centre Commercial Beaugrenelle here:

Centre Commercial Saint Lazare Paris: Shopping Mall in the Station

This used to be the site of the old Saint Lazare train station, which was transformed into a shopping mall. With 80 boutiques and various fast food restaurants, the Centre Commercial Saint Lazare Paris is worth a stopover from the Boulevard Hausmann, which is virtually right around the corner.

4.0 / 5.0 (23,303 ratings on Google)

Centre Commercial Saint Lazare in summary:

  • Special feature: the shopping centre used to be a railway station
  • Stores like Guess, Kiehl’s, Sephora…
  • Address: 1 Cour de Rome, 75008 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 1 53 42 12 54
  • Opening hours: Mon-Fri from 7:30-20:00, Sat from 9:00-20:00, Sun from 10:00-19:00.

The mall is here:

Le Bon Marché: designer fashion, jewellery & co.

The so-called “oldest department store in the world”, Le Bon Marché is one of the most prestigious department stores in France. Here you can get all kinds of luxury goods from fine dining, expensive jewelry and elegant designer fashion from brands like Fendi, Balenciaga and Valentino to Dior, Versace and much more.

4.4 / 5.0 (11,346 ratings on Google)

Le Bon Marché at a glance:

  • Special feature: oldest department store in the world
  • Brands like Fendi, Balenciaga, Valentino, Dior, Versace & more
  • Address: 24 Rue de Sèvres, 75007 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 1 44 39 80 00
  • Opening hours: Mon-Wed, Fri-Sat from 10:00-20:00, Thu from 10:00-21:00, Sun from 11:00-19:45

Here you’ll find Le Bon Marché:

Le Marais: boutiques, concept stores & vintage

The Marais district in Paris is a hip and creative neighbourhood near Rue de Rivoli and the Forum des Halles. Here you will find many boutiques, concept stores, as well as vintage and second-hand shops. Among others, there is a Supreme store, but also the Karl Lagerfeld boutique in Marais.

Le Marais summarized:

  • Special feature: many smaller boutiques and vintage shops, but also high fashion
  • Stores like Supreme or Karl Lagerfeld

This is the Marais district:

Perfect shopping day in Paris

Whether it’s raining or the sun is shining, you can always have a great shopping day in Paris! You can stroll along the many beautiful shopping streets, as well as in the indoor shopping malls such as the Westfield Forum des Halles or the underground Carrousel du Louvre.

Boutiques in Paris: concept stores, vintage fashion & designer goods

Becoming a model in Paris – In the city of fashion there is of course an abundance of designer shops, fashion boutiques and luxury shopping centers. But Paris is much more than just its high fashion luxury brands, it doesn’t always have to be the most expensive brands. There are plenty of small boutiques on the streets of Paris offering quality clothing and new trends from smaller designers. If you want to know the best places to shop in Paris away from the mainstream fashion brands, read on here.

Top 10 Boutiques in Paris

Sustainable fashion, slow fashion, vintage clothes or unknown designer clothes – in Paris you can find a lot of second hand shops and innovative concept stores. It’s worth taking a look at the smaller shops, so we’ve picked out our top 10 boutiques and concept stores in Paris for you as a model agency.

Concept store Joée Paris: bags, shoes & jewellery

A cute boutique near the Les Halles shopping center in Paris. Here you can find accessories, jewelry, shoes, bags and designer clothes for women. The owner is super friendly and welcomes every customer with a smile.

5.0 / 5.0 (12 reviews on Google)

  • Address: 69 Rue d’Argout, 75002 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 1 42 21 44 36
  • Opening hours: Mon from 12:00-18:00, Tue-Fri from 10:30-18:00, Sat from 11:00-18:00.

This is where you’ll find the store:

La capsule Paris: lifestyle products & women’s fashion

A concept store around the corner from Les Halles shopping centre selling French designer goods such as shoes, jewellery and lifestyle products for women. You can also find small gifts in this boutique.

5.0 / 5.0 (5 ratings on Google)

  • Address: 46 Rue Tiquetonne, 75002 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 9 87 78 60 14
  • Opening hours: Mon-Sat from 11:00-17:45

This is where La capsule is located:

La Mode Vintage: Chanel, Hermès & Céline

Shop owner Carole Bigielman created her own brand as a fashion designer and designed her own collections in the late 90s. Today, she finds high-quality vintage clothing and accessories and collects pieces of different styles and designers in her shop. Here you can also find clothes from Chanel, Hermès or Céline, among others.

4.9 / 5.0 (52 reviews on Google)

  • Address: 12 Rue Rochebrune, 75011 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 6 63 79 72 04
  • Opening hours: Fri-Sat from 11:00-19:00

You can find La Mode Vintage here:

Kilo Shop: Vintage & Second Hand Fashion

The Kilo Shop is a series of second-hand shops in Paris. Here you never know what you might stumble across on your next visit: a cool vintage jacket, faux-fur coats or a hip sweatshirt. As the name suggests, everything here is priced by the kilo, which means the price is based on the weight of your purchase.

3.7 / 5.0 (1,052 ratings on Google)

  • Address: 69-71 Rue de la Verrerie, 75004 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 9 67 13 79 54
  • Opening hours: Mon-Sat from 11:00-17:30, Sun from 14:00-17:30

This is where the Kilo Shop is located:

Noir Kennedy: Alternative Vintage Clothing

A fancy vintage and second hand designer shop where you can find colorful and alternative clothing. It’s worth a visit, because there are always true treasures hiding in the many vintage shops.

4.2 / 5.0 (29 reviews on Google)

  • Address: 22 Rue du Roi de Sicile, 75004 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 1 44 61 30 90
  • Opening hours: Mon-Sat from 13:00-19:00

Noir Kennedy is located here:

FREE’P’STAR: Stylish & affordable vintage fashion

If you’re looking for a real bargain, head to Free’p’star! If you’re looking for affordable and stylish vintage fashion in Paris, you’ve come to the right place. Admittedly, you’ll have to browse a bit, but it’s worth the search.

3.8 / 5.0 (980 ratings on Google)

  • Address: 61 Rue de la Verrerie, 75004 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 1 42 78 00 76
  • Opening hours: Mon-Sat from 10:00-20:00, Sun from 12:00-20:00

Free’p’star can be found here:

Thanx God I’m a V.I.P.: High End Vintage

Another high-end vintage store in Paris is Thanx God I’m a V.I.P. Here you’ll find beautiful and unique retro pieces, not to mention that everything in the store is neat and tidy! The assortment ranges from warm winter coats to luxury dresses.

4.4 / 5.0 (138 reviews on Google)

  • Address: 12 Rue de Lancry, 75010 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 1 42 03 02 09
  • Opening hours: Tue-Sat from 14:00-18:00

This is where the shop is:

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The Broken Arm: Sneakers & Accessories

The Broken Arm is the latest Parisian concept store to offer fashion, accessories and lifestyle pieces alongside a charming café. Opened in 2013 by three former fashion and lifestyle bloggers, the sparsely decorated space is the embodiment of the friends’ well-coordinated and very current aesthetic. Here you’ll find clothes by 3.1 Phillip Lim, Carven and Ostwald Helgason and sneakers by Raf Simons or Nike.

4.1 / 5.0 (269 ratings on Google)

  • Address: 12 Rue Perrée, 75003 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 1 44 61 53 60
  • Opening hours: Tue-Sat from 12:00-17:30

Here you will find The Broken Arm:

Centre Commercial: Slow Fashion & Fair Trade

Fashion from France, the UK and Denmark, vintage furniture, art and even super cute second-hand bikes fill the concept store near the Canal Saint-Martin. Recently opened by the designers of French sneaker label Veja, the store is a response to fast fashion and trend-driven mass-market companies. So you can expect slow fashion from up-and-coming brands like Valentine Gauthier, as well as items from sustainable fair trade designers like Christine Phung.

4.2 / 5.0 (220 reviews on Google)

  • Address: 2 Rue de Marseille, 75010 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 1 42 02 26 08
  • Opening hours: Mon-Sun 10:00-18:00

Centre Commercial is located here:

Tom Greyhound: Accessories by Korean designers

This branch of South Korean retailer Tom Greyhound hasn’t been open long, but it still enjoys a large clientele in Paris. Despite its popularity, the architect-designed store is anything but hectic. The two-story space has a modern, minimalist feel. Fancy accessories by up-and-coming Korean designers are displayed in glass cases.

4.3 / 5.0 (78 reviews on Google)

  • Address: 19 Rue de Saintonge, 75003 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 1 44 61 36 59
  • Opening hours: Mon-Sat 10:00-18:00

You can find Tom Greyhound here:

Shopping day in Paris

If you’re looking for clothes that aren’t worn by every other girl on the street, the vintage shops and concept stores Paris has to offer are the place to be. It’s worth taking a day or afternoon to check out the vintage stores, many of which are located in one spot.

Top 10 Hotels in Paris: Four Seasons, Ritz & Co.

Becoming a model in Paris – staying on the Champs-Élysée, a room with a view of the Eiffel Tower, breakfast above the rooftops of Paris. As a model in Paris, you naturally want to be centrally located in the city and have the best sleep possible to be perfect for your next job or audition. If you want to know where to find the best hotels in Paris, read on here.

Staying in Paris: The best hotels

In the capital of France on the Seine there are some nice places to stay. So that you also have the best hotel and the most beautiful experience during your stay, we as a model agency have picked out our top 10 hotels in Paris.

Four Seasons Hotel George V: Champs-Élysées

The Four Seasons is a 5 star luxury hotel located near the expensive Champs-Élysées shopping street in Paris. Guests can enjoy terraces with beautiful city views, three hotel restaurants and a 720 m² spa area with pool, gym and even a hair salon.

4.7 / 5.0 (3,275 ratings on Google)

The Four Seasons Hotel at a glance:

  • Special feature: proximity to the Champs-Élysées and hotel-owned hairdressing salon
  • 5 stars
  • Address: 31 Avenue George V, 75008 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 1 49 52 70 00

This is where the hotel is located:

Check out the neighborhood and the beautiful Four Seasons from the outside:

Hotel The Peninsula Paris: Roof terrace with panoramic view

The Peninsula is located just around the corner from the famous Arc de Triomphe. A wellness area with a 22m indoor pool, as well as the restaurant on the roof terrace with 360 degree views over Paris invite you to a perfect stay. All rooms and suites are also decorated with artwork and the beautiful marble bathrooms have a rain shower and a deep bathtub.

4.7 / 5.0 (2,006 ratings on Google)

The Peninsula summarized:

  • Special feature: proximity to the Arc de Triomphe & restaurant on the roof terrace
  • 5 stars
  • Address: 19 Avenue Kléber, 75116 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 1 58 12 28 88

This is where you’ll find the hotel:

Check out the 360 degree view over the rooftops of Paris from the hotel’s rooftop terrace:

Shangri-La Hotel: Sleeping by the Eiffel Tower

The Shangri-La Hotel is located in a listed building, the former residence of Prince Roland Bonaparte. From here it is only a few steps across the Seine to the Eiffel Tower. The rooms enchant with shades of blue, white and ecru, echoing the European empire and Asian aesthetics.

4.7 / 5.0 (1,967 ratings on Google)

Shangri-La Hotel at a glance:

  • Special feature: Historic building & proximity to the Eiffel Tower
  • 5 stars
  • Address: 10 Avenue d’Iéna, 75116 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 1 53 67 19 98

The hotel is located here:

Street View in front of the Shangri-La:

Maison Souquet: Chandeliers & works of art

The hotel is decorated in a really beautiful Belle Époque style and really makes you feel like a 19th century aristocrat. Elaborate wall coverings, chandeliers and statues and artwork add charm to the hotel. The Maison Souquet is located in the Montmartre district.

4.8 / 5.0 (374 ratings on Google)

Maison Souquet summarized:

  • Special feature: furnishings in stately Belle Époque style
  • 5 stars
  • Address: 10 Rue de Bruxelles, 75009 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 1 48 78 55 55

Here you’ll find the Maison Souquet:

Hotel Le Bristol Paris: art galleries & rooftop with pool

The Bristol was opened in 1925 and is known for its luxurious ambience and architecture. In the courtyard there is a beautiful French garden and on the roof there is a pool with a view over Paris. The hotel is located on Rue du Faubourg Saint Honoré, a neighborhood known for its art galleries and shopping. Thanks to its proximity to the Champs-Élysée, boutiques of upscale brands such as Gucci and Hermès are not far away.

4.7 / 5.0 (1,526 ratings on Google)

Le Bristol at a glance:

  • Special feature: location near art galleries & luxury boutiques
  • 5 stars
  • Address: 112 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, 75008 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 1 53 43 00

You’ll find the Bristol here:

Hôtel Eiffel Blomet: Art Deco style

After a long period of modernisation, the hotel has been welcoming guests in its Art Deco-style rooms since 2017. There is a large spa area with pool, sauna and hammam.

4.6 / 5.0 (553 ratings on Google)

Hotel Eiffel Blomet at a glance:

  • Special feature: Furnishings in Art Deco style
  • 4 stars
  • Address: 78 Rue Blomet, 75015 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 1 53 68 70 00

The Hotel Eiffel Blomet is located here:

Hôtel Lutetia: Gluten-free & vegetarian breakfast

After a long day, you can relax here at the Lutetia’s Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Centre, which features a fitness area, sauna, steam room, and a 17m indoor pool with natural light. For breakfast each morning, you can choose from a range of options, including gluten-free, vegetarian, kosher and halal options.

4.4 / 5.0 (1,150 ratings on Google)

Hôtel Lutetia summarized:

  • Special feature: Wellness center & gluten-free, vegetarian, kosher or halal breakfast
  • 5 stars
  • Address: 45 Boulevard Raspail, 75006 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 1 49 54 46 00

You can find the Lutetia here:

Hôtel Ritz: bar, fitness centre & sauna

This legendary Parisian hotel has a selection of bars and restaurants, a fitness centre and a spa and wellness centre with a pool, sauna and massage facilities. It is centrally located in Paris, not far from the Place de la Concorde, the Jardin des Tuileries and the Musée du Louvre. Fashion designer Coco Chanel has been a guest at this hotel.

4.7 / 5.0 (1,433 ratings on Google)

The Ritz at a glance:

  • Special feature: world-famous Grand Hotel centrally located in Paris
  • 5 stars
  • Address: 15 Place Vendôme, 75001 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 1 43 16 30 30

This is where the Ritz is located:

Hôtel de Crillon: noble palace

The Hôtel de Crillon is a former noble palace located directly at the Place de la Concorde. The hotel has two restaurants, as well as a fireplace area where you can make yourself comfortable. The rooms offer spacious marble bathrooms with underfloor heating and rain shower, as well as bathtub.

4.7 / 5.0 (1,326 ratings on Google)

The Hôtel de Crillon at a glance:

  • Special feature: former aristocratic palace at Place de la Concorde
  • 5 stars
  • Address: 10 Place de la Concorde, 75008 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 1 44 71 15 00

This is where you’ll find the hotel:

Situated on the Champs-Élysée, the Réserve Paris Hotel et Spa has a bar and, as the name suggests, a distinctive spa area with an indoor pool. Some rooms have a terrace with a wonderful view over Paris.

4.7 / 5.0 (600 ratings on Google)

La Réserve Paris Hotel & Spa summarized:

  • Special feature: location on the Champs-Élysée & wellness area
  • 5 stars
  • Address: 42 Avenue Gabriel, 75008 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 1 58 36 60 60

The hotel is located here:

Perfect night in Paris

When you’re in Paris as a model, the question naturally arises as to where you should sleep. The hotels in the French capital all enchant with their beautiful city views and French charm, and many hotels also have a spacious spa area to relax in. Whether you prefer to stay near the Eiffel Tower, next to the Champs-Élysées or near the Louvre is up to you.

Cafés in Paris: Vegan Cakes, Brunch & Coffee

Becoming a model in Paris – having breakfast at the Seine, drinking coffee at Notre-Dame, brunch in Montmartre, in Paris there are cafés on every corner. As a model in Paris you want to have a coffee or a light breakfast before your jobs. We’ll tell you in which cafés you can do that best and where you should definitely try a snack for in between.

Breakfast in Paris: Top 10 Cafés

Paris is probably known for its delicious pastries: croissants, baguettes, cakes. You’ll find bakeries and cafés all over the city streets, but where can you find the best treats? With so much to choose from, it can be quite difficult to decide. We as a model agency have picked out our top 10 cafés in Paris.

Jozi Café: Poppy and lemon cake & delicious coffee

This cute café is just around the corner from the Panthéon and not far from Notre-Dame Cathedral. Here you can have a really excellent breakfast or enjoy a piece of poppy seed or lemon cake for lunch with one of the best coffees in France, as described by guests.

4.8 / 5.0 (638 ratings on Google)

  • Address: 3 Rue Valette, 75005 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 6 12 32 02 67
  • Opening hours: Mon-Fri from 8:00-17:00, Sat & Sun from 9:00-17:00

This is where you’ll find the café:

You can sit outside in front of the Jozi Café:

Café Oberkampf: Bowls, Muesli & Avocado Bread

This café is perfect for an afternoon snack, a nice brunch or a quick lunch break. For breakfast they have delicious bowls, cereals, yogurt and great breads. When you’re here you have to try the delicious avocado bread!

4.6 / 5.0 (613 ratings on Google)

  • Address: 3 Rue Neuve Popincourt, 75011 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 1 43 55 60 10
  • Opening hours: Mon-Sun 9:00-16:00

Café Oberkampf is located here:

This is what it looks like on the street in front of the café:

Good News Coffee Shop: Vegan & gluten-free

The Good News Coffee Shop is a cute little shop where you can also have a wonderful breakfast. They serve really good coffee and avocado toast, which you shouldn’t miss. There are also some gluten-free and vegan dishes on the menu.

4.7 / 5.0 (254 ratings on Google)

  • Address: 27 bis Rue Mademoiselle, 75015 Paris, France
  • Opening hours: Mon-Fri from 8:30-17:00, Sat-Sun from 10:00-17:00

This is where the Good News Coffee Shop is located:

Explore the area around the café:

Le Peloton Café: Super waffles

This café is located just a few steps from the Seine, as well as a few meters from Notre Dame Cathedral. This place has possibly the best waffles in Paris! The owner from New Zealand is very friendly and you can also get good tea or coffee here.

4.6 / 5.0 (600 ratings on Google)

  • Address: 17 Rue du Pont Louis-Philippe, 75004 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 6 24 58 02 15
  • Opening hours: Mon-Sun from 9:00-17:30, Sat-Sun from 9:00-18:00

Here you will find the peloton:

Boat Café: Cake, Coffee & Tea

Boot Café has 20,000 subscribers on Instagram and is a small, intimate café with delicious cakes, tea and coffee. The café got its name from the fact that there used to be a shoe shop in the shop, the old vintage sign even still hangs on the outside of the facade.

4.6 / 5.0 (418 ratings on Google)

  • Address: 19 Rue du Pont aux Choux, 75003 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 1 73 70 14 57

The café is located here:

Café Soucoupe: Salads & Organic Ingredients

This café is especially popular at lunchtime and places great emphasis on quality organic ingredients. Here you can get many delicious salads, good risotto and freshly baked cakes for dessert. The marble and banana cake is especially recommended.

4.6 / 5.0 (80 reviews on Google)

  • Address: 33 Rue du Faubourg Poissonnière, 75009 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 1 48 00 93 64
  • Opening hours: Mon-Fri 8:00-16:00

Café Soucoupe can be found here:

Alma the Chimney Cake Factory

If you’re looking for good cake, you’ve come to the right place! As well as great coffee and breakfast, you’ll find some really tasty and innovative cakes to indulge in. The café is especially known for its chimney rolls, which are great for sharing.

4.6 / 5.0 (464 ratings on Google)

  • Address: 59 Boulevard Beaumarchais, 75003 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 9 66 84 57 34
  • Opening hours: Mon, Wed-Fri from 8:00-18:00, Sat-Sun from 10:00-18:00.

Here you will find Alma the Chimney Cake Factory:

Partisan Café Artisanal: Small breakfast

This café is perfect for the “small breakfast”. The interior is rather rustic and “industrial”, which gives the whole café a certain charm. If you’re looking for a good coffee on the run, this place is the perfect place to go!

4.5 / 5.0 (409 reviews on Google)

  • Address: 36 Rue de Turbigo, 75003 Paris, France
  • Opening hours: Mon-Fri from 8:30-17:00, Sat-Sun from 9:00-17:00

This is where the café is located:

Cloud Cakes: Vegan Café

This 100% vegan coffee shop has 11,000 subscribers on Instagram and is located near the Châtelet Les Halles shopping centre and the Musée du Louvre. Vegan croissants, a huge selection of cakes and tarts, and delicious coffee and juices await you here.

4.6 / 5.0 (967 ratings on Google)

  • Address: 6 Rue Mandar, 75002 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 1 42 33 95 45
  • Opening hours: Mon-Sat 9:00-17:00

Cloud Cakes can be found here:

La Bossue: Brunch in Montmartre

If you like brunch, La Bossue is the place for you! Located near Montmartre, this cute café offers an excellent range of pastries and a really incredible brunch buffet that you really shouldn’t miss.

4.7 / 5.0 (558 ratings on Google)

  • Address: 9 Rue Joseph de Maistre, 75018 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 9 81 72 65 59
  • Opening hours: Wed-Thu from 11:00-18:00, Fri from 8:00-18:00, Sat-Sun from 09:00-18:00.

La Bossue is located here:

Paris cafés in the conclusion

Vegan cakes, tasty coffee, excellent brunch, delicious waffles – nowhere else in the world can you possibly have such a good breakfast as in Paris. Here, every shop has something special and if you’re lucky, you might find your favourite undiscovered café in a little side street that no one in Paris knows about yet!

Parks in Paris – Next to Notre-Dame, Eiffel Tower & Louvre

Become a model in Paris – In the beautiful Champ de Mars in front of the Eiffel Tower or in the Tuilieriengarten near the Louvre you can relax in the middle of the city between your appointments. Picnicking in the Botanical Gardens or boating in the green lungs of Paris, Paris offers enough greenery to relax on your days off. If you want to know more about the beautiful parks in Paris and what you can do there, read on.

Top 10 Parks in Paris

After long agency days and exhausting jobs in the fashion capital Paris, you are surely exhausted as a model and want to treat yourself to some time off. In Paris there are many parks where you can switch off. We as a model agency have picked out the 10 most beautiful and relaxing parks in Paris.

Jardin des Tuileries: Next to the Louvre

The Tuilerie Garden is one of the most visited parks in Paris and is the former park of the Palais des Tuilerie. It is baroque in style and is located between the Louvre and the Place de la Concorde, making it a popular destination for walks among tourists and residents. The park is mainly characterized by spacious meadows and water areas, as well as fountains.

4.6 / 5.0 (71,205 ratings on Google)

Jardin des Tuileries at a glance:

  • Special feature: former castle park in baroque style
  • Address: Place de la Concorde, 75001 Paris, France
  • Opening hours: Mon-Sun 7:00-21:00

Here is the Jardin des Tuileries:

Explore the beautiful park via Street View:

Jardin du Luxembourg: Tennis, Basketball & Statues

A large castle park in the middle of Paris that offers beautiful gardens and green spaces as well as many leisure activities. There are tennis and basketball courts as well as a carousel and a theatre for children. There are chairs and seating throughout the park, as well as over 100 statues scattered throughout the grounds.

4.7 / 5.0 (76,137 ratings on Google)

The Jardin du Luxembourg in summary:

  • Special feature: variety of sports and leisure activities, as well as seating throughout the park
  • Address: 75006 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 1 42 34 20 00

Here you will find the Jardin du Luxembourg:

Here you have a 360 degree view in the middle of the park:

Square Jean XXIII: Behind the Notre Dame

Behind Notre-Dame Cathedral on Île de la Cité, Park Square Jean XXIII is an oasis of peace. There are several benches and trees where you can take a relaxing break or have a snack. The magnificent view of the back of the cathedral is the highlight of this park.

4.5 / 5.0 (15,699 ratings on Google)

Square Jean XXIII at a glance:

  • Special feature: small oasis of peace behind the Notre-Dame cathedral
  • Address: 4 Parvis Notre-Dame – Pl. Jean-Paul II, 75004 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 1 44 54 75 04
  • Opening hours: open 24 hours

You can find the park here:

Here you have an insight into the Square Jean XXIII:

Parc des Buttes-Chaumont: waterfalls & suspension bridge

Built on a former quarry, the Parc des Buttes-Chaumont offers many viewpoints of Paris from different heights. Exotic and native trees and plants adorn the park, but the highlight is the old suspension bridge that crosses the lake, as well as the many waterfalls and grottos.

4.6 / 5.0 (18,915 ratings on Google)

The Parc des Buttes-Chaumont at a glance:

  • Special feature: the park is located on a former quarry
  • Address: 1 Rue Botzaris, 75019 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 1 48 03 83 10
  • Opening hours: open 24 hours

The park is located here:

Parc Montsouris: Unipark

The park’s close proximity to the university campus makes Parc Montsouris a popular walking destination for Paris students. There is a lake, beautiful statues, remarkable trees such as a parasol tree from China or a persimmon tree, and the Pavillon Montsouris restaurant. From May to September, there are many free concerts given at the music pavilion.

4.5 / 5.0 (11,416 ratings on Google)

The Parc Montsouris in summary:

  • Special feature: proximity to the university
  • Address: 2 Rue Gazan, 75014 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 1 53 90 67 14
  • Opening hours: Mon-Sun 7:00-19:00

Here you will find the Parc Montsouris:

Champ de Mars: Eiffel Tower Park

Directly in front of the Eiffel Tower is the Champ de Mars Park, which stretches over 780 meters in length. Originally, the area was used for military purposes, today the long green area in front of the Parisian landmark invites tourists and locals to picnic, make music or walk, in the dark you can also watch the sparkle of the Eiffel Tower particularly beautiful.

4.6 / 5.0 (123,206 ratings on Google)

The Champ de Mars at a glance:

  • Special feature: the park is located right next to the Eiffel Tower
  • Address: 2 Allée Adrienne Lecouvreur, 75007 Paris, France
  • Opening hours: open 24 hours

This is where the Champ de Mars is located:

Jardins du Trocadéro: Water spectacle at the Eiffel Tower

On the opposite side of the Eiffel Tower and the Champ de Mars is the Jardins du Trocadéro on the other side of the Seine. In the middle of the park is the famous Warsaw Fountain which offers a beautiful water spectacle with 20 water cannons. Especially in summer nights, the Trocadero Garden is nice to visit with a view of the Eiffel Tower.

4.6 / 5.0 (94,712 ratings on Google)

Jardins du Trocadéro at a glance:

  • Special feature: fountain and view of the Eiffel Tower
  • Address: Place du Trocadéro et du 11 Novembre, 75016 Paris, France.
  • Opening hours: open 24 hours

You can find the Trocadéro garden here:

Bois de Boulogne: bike and boat hire

The former hunting ground of the Kings of France has become the largest relaxation area in the west of Paris. The Bois du Boulogne is a forest and park of 850 hectares with bridle paths, hiking trails, bike paths and places for children to play, picnic and rent bikes and boats.

4.3 / 5.0 (19,166 ratings on Google)

Bois du Boulogne summarized:

  • Special feature: Huge forest and park area with versatile recreation possibilities
  • Address: 75016 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 1 53 92 82 82
  • Opening hours: open 24 hours

The large park is located here:

Parc Monceau: Park from the Renessaince

The Parc Monceau is an elegant green area in Paris, here, numerous statues, an archway from the Renaissance and huge gates invite to a walk or a leisurely picnic.

4.5 / 5.0 (13,069 ratings on Google)

The Parc Monceau at a glance:

  • Special feature: many statues and a beautiful archway
  • Address: 35 Boulevard de Courcelles, 75008 Paris, France
  • Opening hours: Mon-Sun 7:00-21:00

This is where you’ll find the park:

Jardin des Plantes: Botanical Garden

This beautiful botanical garden is located in the southeast of Paris and offers a cactus house, a greenhouse and many beautiful gardens. The Jardin des Plantes is also home to the zoological garden, the Ménagerie du Jardin des Plantes.

4.5 / 5.0 (30,765 ratings on Google)

The Jardin des Plantes at a glance:

  • Special feature: Cactus house, greenhouse and zoological garden
  • Address: 57 Rue Cuvier, 75005 Paris, France
  • Phone: +33 1 40 79 56 01
  • Opening hours: Mon-Sun 7:30-18:30

The botanical garden is located here:

Paris Parks in Conclusion

Both in the middle of the city, as well as a little outside far away from the many tourists, there are numerous oases of peace in Paris where you can switch off. It’s worth going to the Botanical Garden on a sunny day off or exploring the large Bois du Boulogne. If you don’t have a lot of time and are out and about in the big city, you can also visit the Jardin du Trocadéro near the Eiffel Tower or the Jardin des Tuilieries near the Louvre.

WOMEN Management (Paris, Milan, New York) as guest: International Scouting

Last week was the day. Roberto, the head scout of Women Management came to Cologne to the agency and looked at our best of the best for placements. Our top girls came to the agency to introduce themselves to Roberto.

Casting Day with WOMEN: Polaroids, catwalk and taking measurements

Eugenia is especially great because of her bright eyes and her gap in her teeth. In front of the camera she is an absolute pro – at her first shooting everyone was directly flabbergasted! Luisa – our absolute superstar. Her long red hair, the gap between her teeth and her sweet smile make our Luisa quite unique. Also present were our newcomers Gloria, Linn, Franzi, Michelle, Josephine, Zoe and Alice – so young but already with such a great potential! Of course we can’t miss our great Marie – with her look and her measurements she is super for commercial jobs!

A few polas, taking measurements once, looking at the book and talking about possible time frames, that’s enough for Roberto to get an idea of the girls. Have a look at some impressions of the day here:

Model Casting: New dates!

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Fashion shows 2017 in Paris, Milan, Berlin & Co.

The Fashion Week season has started again and so at the beginning of the year you can see the top models of this world on the catwalks in Milan, London, New York, Berlin and Paris. Every spring the designers present their new collections for the autumn/winter season of the year and in summer the new collections for spring/summer of the following year. What was especially hot at the fashion shows this year and what are the highlights of the fashion shows in Germany, you can find out here!

Now new! Highlight Berlin Fashion Week: The big closing show by CM – Read more about our fashion show agency here.

Fashion shows 2017 – The highlights from the fashion capitals of the world

What are the highlights and trends for the upcoming autumn/winter season in the fashion capitals Paris, Berlin, London and New York, we have summarized for you here.

Fashion Week Paris – Highlights Autumn/Winter 2017

The fashion show of Rihanna’s collection ‘Fenty x Puma’, which took place in a stunning room with 1 trillion books lined up on the walls. This created the impression for the audience as if they had landed in a mixture of Harry Potter and Hip Hop. Definitely a highlight of the Paris Fashion Week!

The Yves Saint Laurent glitter boots were also one of the highlights of Paris Fashion Week 2017, worn at the Sophomore show by Anthony Vaccarello and reflecting the over the top glamour of the upcoming fall / winter season. The bad news. They cost around $10,000.

Fashion Week Berlin – Highlights Autumn/Winter 2017

Lena Hoscheke convinced this year with her theme ‘Disney’ ! Mickey Mouse can be found on dresses, skirts combined with bright colors and the for Hoscheke known cuts of the 50s. The collection conveys good mood and light-heartedness, an important symbol for the disigner. “A hedonistic collection,” Hoschek says of her designs.

The big social media happening took place at the Riani show. This season: Sarah Lombardi in the front row and almost only social media stars and influencers on the catwalk. From Sami Slimani in a bathrobe to Farina Opoku they were all there, alternated by well-known model faces like Rebecca Mir, Monica Ivancan or Cheyenne Ochsenknecht.

Romantic Rose Petals and Beautiful Smiles ?#RIANISTA #MBFWB #FashionShow @lang_marie @rebeccamir

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Fashion Week London – Highlights Autumn/Winter 2017

Burberry rediscovers itself at London Fashion Week. Designer Christopher Bailey is designing asymmetrically this year, with much looking like ordered chaos. We all don’t know what tomorrow will bring, we can try to figure it out though, right? In this sense, Bailey is a bit of an artist, and art was also present in his collection and show: artworks by Henry Moore decorated the edges of the venue, prints inspired by Moore were found on some of the designs.

Another highlight was designer Christopher Kane’s “Craft & Work” collection, which was full of things we associate with work, such as cut-out dishwashing sponges glued to pumps, rolled-up sleeves and smock-like dresses. And because Christopher Kane thinks in terms we don’t expect, he brought it all together with another world: outer space! This came in the form of UFO prints and materials such as a silver lamé.

Christopher Kane ‘Craft and Work’ Autumn Winter 2017 Look 10 #ChristopherKane #CraftandWork #AW17

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Fashion Week New York – Highlights Fall/Winter 2017

Michael Kors, the fashion optimist sent down the runway a whole collection full of classics and must-haves for power women. Emphasized shoulders and defined waists were Michael Kors’ guiding principles, but he mixed up the retro silhouettes with modern details, slits and fringes. Masculine-cut coats, jackets and trousers offered timeless contrast to feminine tulip skirts, long flowing sparkling dresses with animal prints and plenty of opulent fur. Lots of tweed, cashmere and XXL scarves in sweater-sleeve look ensured a sense of security despite all the sensuality. Strong women are the order of the day at Michael Kors.

Power layers. #AllAccessKors #NYFW ?: @nyavgjoe

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Glam gang. #AllAccesKors #NYFW ?: @gregbackstage

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Berlin Fashion Week Closing Show by CM

Charlene – Model Showreel 2016 / Paris

As an absolute professional, Charlene models mainly in Paris. With her new showreel she shows herself from a new side just in time for the new season. She is a model with character and a special look! Here you can find her Sedcard: Charlene / CM Model. More photos you can find under the video!

Photos of Charlene – Modeling in Paris

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