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Um ano sem Zaralivre My Little Paris - InsoliteI got a feeling C'est un peu comme un Facebook où le Like aurait perdu son empire. Ou un Twitter où l'on pourrait compatir plutôt que de bêtement... Lire la suiteThe Year in PicturesGermain - ParisGermain is a Parisian restaurant in a newly revitalized space at 25-27 rue de Buci in the 6th Arrondissement. The prolific, Iranian–born and Paris-based architect, India Mahdavi, created the interior architecture of the three-storey, funky establishment. The most striking feature of the space is a massive yellow sculpture of a woman in an overcoat and high heels. Its lower half stands on the café’s first floor while the upper body and head break through the ceiling to the upper level VIP lounge area. The sculpture is one of three that the multi-disciplinary, Paris-based artist, Xavier Veilhan, made of his friend Sophie for an exhibition at the Emmanuel Perrotin Gallery (Miami) in 2006. The Costes family is no stranger to using the talent and drawing power of well-known designers and artists in its hotels, restaurants and cafés.
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