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Paris Memories #3

Teil Drei – In dieser Serie zeige ich euch noch einmal ein paar Fotos von meinem Paris-Aufenthalt im Sommer, die ich bisher noch gar nicht veröffentlicht habe. Der nächste Teil kommt bald!

Third part – In this series I’ll show you some more photos from my Paris holidays this summer, that I haven’t shown you here at all. Next part coming soon!


One of my very first days in Paris, shopping at Galeries Lafayette – exactely the same building where our flat was


On the top of Notre Dame, feeling totally enchanted


Taking photos at Trocadéro


In front of Château de Versailles


Phil on the top of Notre Dame, right before the entrance door to the big bell.
People must have been a bit smaller some centuries ago…


One of those wonderful sunsets in Paris, view from Pont des Arts


Picnic with some tasty cheese, baguette and grapes nearby the Seine


Place du Tertre by night again


During “Les Patrimoines” we were able to enter the Institut de France, this is their library containing lots of ancient books


Some delicious sushi in one of those sushi restaurants in the 6ième

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Paris Memories #2

Teil Zwei – In dieser Serie zeige ich euch noch einmal ein paar Fotos von meinem Paris-Aufenthalt im Sommer, die ich bisher noch gar nicht veröffentlicht habe. Der nächste Teil kommt bald!
Zu Teil 1 geht es hier entlang!

Second part – In this series I’ll show you some more photos from my Paris holidays this summer, that I haven’t shown you here at all. Next part coming soon!
Find the first part here!


Velib’ – amazing system! We subscribed a yearly abonnement and I really recommend this. You can get nearly everywhere
with them!


In front of the Opéra, when my friend Nathalie visited me in Paris


Also in front of the Opéra. One of my last nights in this incredible amazing city.


Notre Dame ♥


My favorite flavor is chocolate – and yours?


Cute Lanvin for Ladurée decoration


Vogue Fashion Night Out with Vicky – was very funny!!


Finally wearing my Louboutins in their hometown ;)


Louvre – magical in the evenings, when it’s less crowded


Moulin Rouge – I always wanted to take exactely this picture!

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Paris Memories #1

In dieser Serie zeige ich euch noch einmal ein paar Fotos von meinem Paris-Aufenthalt im Sommer, die ich bisher noch gar nicht veröffentlicht habe. Ich liebe übrigens schwarz-weiß Fotos und habe einige deshalb ein wenig bearbeitet. Hoffe sie gefallen euch! ♥

In this series I’ll show you some more photos from my Paris holidays this summer, that I haven’t shown you here at all. By the way, I really love black and white photography, so this is the reason why I edited some of them. Enjoy! ♥


Place de la Concorde – Those fountains are so impressive!


Phil & Me at Place Dauphine – Outfit shooting time with lovely Vicky – miss you!


Manolo Blahnik exhibition at Printemps – just few steps from where I lived


Love locks at Pont des Arts – spent some unforgettable evenings there, enjoying the sunset


Flowers in front of Tour Eiffel – I don’t have to say anymore, do I?


With some friends during Fashion Week Paris, at Seoul’s 10 event – was so nice to meet you, thanks for the nice time! :*


Ladurée shop next to the inverse pyramid at the Louvre


1ère arrondiessement


Place du Tertre – magical during the evenings


Fireworks & Light show at Grande Arche, La Defense

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Paris: Rue de Seine / De Sénat au Quai Malaquais

Eine der wohl schönsten und authentischsten Straßen in Paris… Die Rue de Seine führt vom Quai Malaquais direkt an der Seine bis zum Sénat (wobei sie dort bereits Rue de Tournon heißt) und war ein Teil des Weges zu meinem Sprachkurs, den ich sechs Wochen lang fast täglich gefahren bin. Hach, da kommen Erinnerungen hoch: Der obligatorische Einkauf bei Carrefour, der Gemüsestand, die vielen Galerien, der leckere Duft nach frisch gegrillten Hähnchen, die putzigen Brasserien, Restaurants und Cafés…

Maybe one of the prettiest and most authentic streets of Paris… The Rue de Seine starts at Quai Malaquais nearby the Seine and leads directly to the Sénat (but it’s already called Rue de Tournon over there) and was a main part from our daily way to our language school back in August and September. All those memories come up again when looking at these pictures: Buying food at Carrefour, the fruit and veg stall, the tasty smell of grilled chickens, many galleries, all those cute brasseries, restaurants and cafés…

















How to get there?
6e Arrondissement, For example Metro Mabillon, Velib’ station at Quai Malaquais

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Overview: Paris Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2013

My very first Fashion Week Paris this September was beyond exciting! Many things are totally different compared to Berlin: For example, there is not one big location: the shows take place all over the city which makes it sometimes a bit difficult to attend two shows that are directly one after another. The locations themselves are also a bit smaller, while the guests are more international. It was very fascinating for me and I really hope this was not the last time for me to attend the Fashion Week in the French capital. Here is an overview of which shows I attended and what else I did.

Meine allererste Fashion Week in Paris diesen September war ziemlich aufregend! Einiges lief ganz anders ab als in Berlin, zum Beispiel gibt es nicht eine Haupt-Location, sondern die Shows sind quer über die ganze Stadt verteilt. Die Räumlichkeiten sind teilweise auch kleiner und das Publikum viel internationaler. Ich fand es unglaublich spannend und hoffe, dass dies nicht meine letzte Pariser Fashion Week bleiben wird! Hier gibt’s nochmal einen kleinen Überblick über alles, was ich während der Pariser Modewoche so unternommen habe.

/// Moon Young Hee
/// Aganovich
/// Steffie Christiaens
/// Nicolas Andreas Taralis
/// Seoul’s 10
/// Streetstyle before Carven, Part 1
/// Streetstyles before Carven, Part 2
/// PFW Outfit: Green Silk and Gold
/// Capsule
/// PFW Outfit: Rooftop Terrace
/// Pascal Millet