Joel Meyerowitz photography exhibition in Paris

The photography exhibitions at the Maison Européenne de la Photographie in Paris are always very popular, drawing a crowd on weekends. The museum showcases works of photographers, famous or not, that allow you to see reality from different perspectives with a great diversity of styles. Such is the case of Joel Meyerowitz, whose retrospective is…

A Brooklyn afternoon: cherry blossoms and Keith Haring graffitis

Last week I took the train to Prospect Park in Brooklyn to view the cherry blossoms at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, hoping to recapture a hint of my life experience in Japan. Sure enough, the Cherry Esplanade delivered its promise: bunches of pink cherry blossoms on the myriad of branches forming arches over the garden…

Christmas in New York: Bergdorf Goodman windows

My dear readers, I wish you all a very happy 2012, filled with fun, success and wonderful discoveries! To celebrate, here is a little gem from New York City. Remember the Bergdorf Goodman windows I posted here (Alexander McQueen Savage Beauty) and here (Christmas 2010)? Once again, David Hoey and his team have worked their…

Diptyque: a new space in New York for the Parisian brand

Every time I travel to Paris, I always buy a Diptyque candle at Le Bon Marché. And this past year I've been lucky enough to win a few through the brand’s contests on Twitter. Needless to say my nightstand is invaded by the heavenly-fragranced jars. To my great pleasure, the Diptyque store on Bleecker Street…