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Actualizado: 6 ago 2021

Who said nights were for sleep?

Photoshoot inspired by the nightlife and her darkness light.

Photo by Joseline Lara

Styling by Emilia Cotrina

Bomber jacket by Emilia Cotrina

Actualizado: 6 ago 2021

This spring I was in Paris doing an intensive French course preparing for my Exam DELF B2. First it was one of the best experiences in my life, I met new people from all around the world and old friends which we enjoyed a lot of time together studying, discovering the city and living the Parisian life.

However, in the middle of the classes and the city life, we really needed to escape few times to relax and meditated or just to see the nature and feel the sun on our skin, cause in Paris is not easy to find sun haha the city is very rainy, but I Iove it. So, when it was sunny we did a lot of things around the city. We found some little secret gardens that made us dream, there are located in beautiful districts and in the suburbs of Paris, away of the noisy city.

If you want a place for relax or just read a book, you must read this post … Paris has a "je ne sais quoi" that make you feel in another world.

Le Jardin des Tuileries


The most famous garden in the city, you will find a lot of tourist here enjoying the Soleil ( sun in French), people reading a book or eating some French bread.

Hôtel Particulier Montmartre


Situated in the famous district of Montmartre ( 18 arrodinssement) or district 18 in Paris, in the north of the city. Is a cosy hotel with an amazing architecture and design interior, but his garden is the very beautiful. You can come in the morning for LE BRUNCH or for DRINKS at night. I felt like a I was in a movie there.

Le Jardin d'Acclimatation


One of the most visited gardens located in Bois de Boulogne,near to The Louis Vuitton Foundation.It's a place to enjoy the nature.

Bois de Vincennes


The Bois de Vincennes is located on the eastern edge of Paris, is the largest public park in the city. It was created between 1855 and 1866 by Napoleon III.

Les Invalides ( best place to do a pique-nique)


Here you will see a lot of Parisians doing the tipical pique-nique enjoying the sunset, so you should try buying a bottle of wine! and playing on music in your Spotify haha.

Don't miss to write me if you have any question! ;-)

Actualizado: 6 ago 2021


I wanted to share with you this amazing experience that I had during my exchange in Paris, I visited the "Musée de Yves Saint Laurent" in the Avenu Marceau in the 16 arrondissement, this is one of my favorite places in Paris, little quite in contrast to the heart of Paris, but you can also walk around and find a lot of bistrots and fashion houses, for sure.

First I want to let you know that before to be the Museum, it was the Yves saint laurent's house and studio where he worked and lived until 2008.

He was born in Algeria and lived in Paris to work for designer Christian Dior and gained acclaim for his dress designs. In 1966, he launched his own fashion labels, where his adaptations of tuxedos for women garnered him fame. He was the first living designer to receive a solo exhibition in New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art in 1983. The Designer died in Paris on June 1, 2008 from brain cancer. 

Pierre Bergé, his love and co-founder of YSL label decided to open the doors to the studio to the world to have access and discover the history of the haute couture houses. You shouldn't miss this experience.

Don't miss to write me if you want more info ;-)


Yves Saint Laurent's first collection inspired by the artist Piet Mondrian.

Yves Saint Laurent's croquis.

The Studio.

Yves Saint Laurent

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