Bonjour mes petits dreamers!
Today I want to share with you my exciting collaboration with Kate Spade New York to celebrate the launch of their first boutique in Paris!
I have always wanted to live a colorful life. I even chose a wedding ring made up of a rainbow of colors. It reminds me that life is sometimes crazy and unexpected but that’s what makes it so wonderful and worth living!
In the spirit of living colorfully, Kate Spade New York has brought to life her whimsical universe in the form of augmented reality! You too can discover the magic that has been created when you experience the new “Tapage App” by My Little Paris
I also invite you to share this new experience with your friends on social media and then visit the new Kate Spade New York store at 418 Rue Saint Honoré. Paris where you will not only discover the new collection that is filled with flattering silhouettes, vibrant colors and playful accessories but you will also receive a little surprise for popping in and saying hello!
To celebrate the collaboration I took Kate spade New York on one of my own “Joy Walks” with my pink balloon around Paris to share some of my favorite places that always make me smile!
Grand hotel amour
18 Rue de la Fidélité, 75010 Paris
Where you will often find me sitting outside on the terrace among a sea of pink cushions enjoying a cafe crème and eavesdropping on peoples conversations trying to improve my french 😉
La Maison Rose Montmartre
2 Rue de l’Abreuvoir, 75018 Paris
Montmartre was the first arrondissement I fell in love with. I love wandering aimlessly through the winding cobblestone streets and visiting secret gardens.
Le mur des je t’aime
Square Jean Rictus, Place des Abbesses, 75018 Paris
Dedicated to love this is by far my favorite work of art in Paris. A meeting place for lovers with over 311 written declarations in 250 different languages saying the words I love You. Le mur des je t’aime perfectly captures the spirit of Paris.
The house of Serge Gainsbourg
5 bis Rue de Verneuil, 75006 Paris
This is the house of France’s most celebrated singer, songwriter, actor and all around iconoclast Serge Gainsbourg. The culture of poetic promiscuity that made him so famous still lives on in the house that’s covered in graffitied tributes and poetry written by fans. When I stand in front of this wall i’m reminded of one of my favorite quotes by Hunter S Thompson. “Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside in a cloud of smoke, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming “Wow! What a Ride!”.
Place du Palais-Royal
Overlooking kids jumping from pillar to pillar without a care in the world. I am always reminded when I visit that it is the simple things in life that are the most important and to enjoy every moment.
Bonne journée and remember “We do not stop playing because we grow old. We grow old because we stop playing”. 🙂