Archive for the ‘Paris Guide’ Category

April 19, 2015


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At 27 rue Meslay (use to be the shoe street of Paris) you will find The Beast – a fusion of Kentucky bourbon and traditional Texas BBQ ruled by Thomas Abramowicz. If you craving pulled pork, ribbs or super tender meat this is the spot for you. Imagine 8 days smoked meat and delicate whiskey served to it, […]

March 15, 2015


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Brunch with my favorite person Katarina at my favorite lunch place Le Moulin de la Vierge in Paris is never a bad idea. Nothing makes me happier than laughing and borrowing her new sunnies from & OTHER STORIES. xNW

February 10, 2015


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Speaking about coffee shops and perfect brewed coffee there’s always Frenchie-to-Go, also in the 2nd arrondissement. Actually, this is my first place I popped by when moving to Paris in the summer of 2013. Still going strong. Alright back to work! Hope you’re having a good Tuesday so far. xNW

February 8, 2015


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The hunt for a perfect coffee is always on my mind, especially when in Paris since there’s so few of them. A recent new-opened coffee shop around the corner from me in the 2nd arrondissement is Matamata. Here you get perfect brewed coffee and a cute brunch like this.

December 28, 2014


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Enfin à Paris! After some work I’m finally back in Paris. Here to spend time with my boyfriend, friends and eat a lot. First out a brunch at my local favorite restaurant Loup.

December 1, 2014


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When in doubt, have lunch at Le Fumoir located on rue du Louvre. I always go here when I want to get in a good mood. With a Danish chef in the kitchen, things can’t go wrong. My top three: Detox Green or Ginger Twist, Skagen Toast and Poisson du Jour. This was last Friday. ps. Don’t […]

November 27, 2014


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Two weeks ago PIERRE CARDIN opened his new museum “Passé-Présent-Futur” in Le Marais @5 rue St-Merri as a celebration of his creations. Find 200 mannequins dressed in Haute Coutre from the start in 1953 to the 2000s on a four floor setup. You will also be able to get a close-up on the accessories, shoes, bags and bijoux. A remarkably well-done expo […]

November 11, 2014


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From my weekend at Fondation Louis Vuitton I thought I share some snapshots from my iPhone. Finally entering the building and soon done the petit tour, I most say I found the architecture, the terrace, gallery 5 with Bertrand Lavier neon art among others, the Olafur Eliasson giant kaleidoscope that consists of forty-three prism-shaped columns and the […]

November 6, 2014


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When at Rive Gauche I always to stop by Café de Flore for a French omelette and a thé sur le Nil. This time I also passed the new shop right next to it. Do you know which I’m talking about? More on the blog tomorrow! xNW

October 20, 2014


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My friend and casting director Fanny Zakrisson is probably one of the most hilarious persons that I know of. Throughout all the years, from me leaving Stockholm for New York and she for Paris, to me now in Pairs, we’ve managed to maintain contact. Partly because of work, partly because she cracks me up. And speaking of […]

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