sophieintroSophie the Parisian is a blog that reflects the lifestyle of a dynamic, working girl from Paris, showing off her free, curious, elegant, and modern personality. The protagonist Sophie is a Parisian from head to toe, her blog is a "French style" encyclopedia: fashion, gastronomy, culture, education, social events, ... It brings a contemporary look at the Parisian life.

Visit Paris in the company of Sophie the Parisian and ten of her avatar friends, who each have their own specialty on the blog: Béatrice (cooking), Brigitte (social circle), Catherine (guide), Cécile (wellness), Chantal (children), Charlotte (fashion), Isabelle (spot light), Marion and Nicole (interior & design) and Maxime (culture).

All these characters came to life under the pen of Nathalie Peigney, the soul of the blog and the creator of the Sophie the Parisian concept. Marketing consultant, journalist, and ex-fashion designer, she is guaranteed editorial quality.

 

Staying “young” is the aim that most people want to achieve, and plastic surgery and invasive cosmetic techniques are the “remedies” used more and more often to contrast the ageing of our bodies. But are they really the only solution? Can we consider natural medicines and the holistic vision of the way we eat a more effective and healthy alternative? Dr Hervé Grosgogeat, the internationally acclaimed Parisian nutritionist answers these questions, offering us all the information we need to improve our diet and our lifestyle in order to prevent age-related disease, to obtain a more youthful face and body and a general condition of health and wellbeing…

The hachis Parmentier is a gratin dish made with mashed potatoes and ground beef. This traditional French dish was born in Paris, and tradition has it that its name is due to the pharmacist Antoine Parmentier, who proposed it to Louis XVI, in the belief that the tuber, or rather potato, would be an effective remedy against famine.

L’erba medica coltivata o “alfalfa” (in francese “luzerne” o alfalfa), “regina delle piante” foraggere, chiamata anche “trifoglio grande” o “fieno d’Ungheria” (in francese “fieno di Borgogna”), è una pianta erbacea foraggera molto ricca di proteine, vitamine e sali minerali…

A well-informed Parisienne is a healthy Parisienne! What are we supposed to be eating these day? What’s actually good for you? What’s not? Trying to decide from women’s magazines can drive you crazy. And scientific magazines aren’t exactly crystal clear either. The Mediterranean diet? High-protein diet? Fat, no fat, low-fat? Sugar, sugar free, sugar substitute? What a headache…

Angela Lo Priore, the Italian photographer of 100 PORTRAITS and EAT ME shall have a private exhibition at Barnes (13 rue Bonaparte Paris) from March 14th to June 15th. Today, for the blog Sophie the Parisian, Angela Lo Priore talks about her inspiration and her work. An occasion to dive into the surreal world of Angela Lo Priore.

Froufrou è anzitutto un luogo dove si vive, dove ci si ritrova fra soli iniziati, persone esperte in una innegabile “art de vivre” parigina: Froufrou si ispira alla leggerezza e spensieratezza della Vecchia Parigi, dove regnava l’allegria, la condivisione e la varietà. È un luogo unico e fuori dal tempo, un luogo di appuntamenti, di lasciarsi andare. Qui si mangia, qui si discute, qui si fa festa, e qui ogni giorno si possono avvicinare gli artisti del teatro, fino a notte fonda.

With “Totally Crazy”, the glamor, daring, and impertinence that are the very DNA of Crazy Horse Paris are showcased into a different, more immersive format.  The driving desire of this show it to invite the audience to experience fabulous moments of complicity and sharing around iconic acts that have contributed to the Crazy Horse Paris legend.

So they are unsuitable for gardening, unless it’s high-society gardening or the jardins of the Palace of Versailles. She wears them “casual chic” or “elegant cool,” from morning to night, during the week or on the weekend, from the kitchen to the meeting room, at an opening in Saint-Germain-des-Prés or riding a bicycle through the streets of the French capital…

Nata a Parigi il 22 giugno 1966, Emmanuelle è cresciuta a Parigi, nel quartiere del Luxembourg.

È nata in una famiglia di artisti, suo nonno Louis era stato decano della Comédie Française, di cui faceva parte anche sua zia Françoise (con la qualifica di “pensionnaire”), e suo padre era fotografo.

From Tuesday to Saturday evening, Paris is a moveable feast. Food, Beverage and entertainment with style in Paris. Diner and entertainment in the same place… Discover the four addresses of Sophie the Parisian.

We, Parisian girls looove the spa. In Paris, it is talked about everywhere, girlfriends give each other addresses, a new place opens every week! But when we've never set foot in a spa, we wonder how to do. And French’s are crazy about etiquette… so relax ok, but stress an hour before for fear of looking like a loser, no way. A short guide to good manners could certainly be useful.

Quando il tovagliolo fa la sua comparsa a Parigi nel XVI secolo, viene subito utilizzato per decorare la tavola. Grazie alle sue piegature artistiche, si trasforma in cigni, in cani o in fiori. Caterina de’Medici apprezzava molto le scene di caccia. Da allora, l’uso del tovagliolo ha subito una grande evoluzione in Francia… 

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