Links I Love Week 6

paris passage

My first article sharing my story is up on Frenchly by Rachel Huber. 

The last Makers of The Parisian Café Chair via Messy Nessy Chic 

Dorrie Greenspans Foundational French Cookbooks via Saveur 

Sézane turns 5

The book club book of the month is “A Moveable Feast” this has been recommended for a while now and I have yet to read it until now. I picked up a copy at Shakespeare and Co this trip. 

Hemingway’s Paris Memoir rises to No 1 in France following terror attacks

Paris in the Snow via the Local Fr

Best French Podcasts via Haven in Paris

My friend Amy Thomas of “Paris My Sweet” has a new book “Brooklyn in Love” I read it in one night. The new book is a continuation of what happens next after Paris. 

Top 10 Romantic Bars in Paris

Valentines Day in Paris : 19 Things to Do

Benoît Castel via David Lebovitz

You Can Finally Find Pierre Hermés Macarons in the US

The Paris Diaries Winter Day 4

I had a facial in NYC this week at Sisley and after fighting dry skin for so long I think we found a remedy. I am not exfoliating enough. Anyone else in the same boat? I will be using this daily. 

For those of you asking about my nail polish from the Paris Diaries, it is Satin Slippers you can find it here via Essie. 

la mercerie new york city

From my trip to NYC. This pain au chocolat was out of this world good. It took a few extra napkins with the warm chocolate and extra flakes. Totally worth it. 

This post does include affiliate links which helps contribute to my coffee and croissant research. Merci in advance.

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  1. Thank you for sharing the Pierre Hermes macaron article! I had a work trip this week out of JFK and popped into the sky club to pick up a box of 18. It was such a fun treat!

    • Emily, I am so happy you were able to take advantage of the Pierre Herme macarons. I am a little jealous 😉 I hope you enjoyed them all!

  2. A Moveable Feast is one of my favorite books. I’ve read it many times since first purchasing it at Shakespeare and Company as a grad student in Paris!

    • I am so happy you liked it Melinda! I am looking forward to reading it for the first time. I am not sure what took me so long 🙂