Paris is one of the most inspirational cities I know. It’s art, design, fashion, architecture and lifestyle are something I’m always looking forward to when there. That’s the reason I am trying to visit Paris at least once per year. I’m getting so much inspiration for my projects and am always coming back home filled with new creative energy. So, here is how I’ve spent a day in Paris with CLUSE.
Paris is always a good idea!
Audrey Hepburn’s famous quote is describing so well my feelings towards that beautiful city. There are so many amazing museums, buildings and art there. It’s easy to find something interesting and new each time I’m in the city.
My favourite thing to do in Paris is taking a walk from the Notre Dame Cathedral towards the Eiffel Tower. These two symbols of the city are framing some of my favourite architecture.
An artist has no home in Europe except in Paris.
So, when I was asked to collaborate with CLUSE I couldn’t think of a better setting than Paris. It’s such a fashionable city, you feel you should dress up while walk around it. From Coco Chanel to Yves Saint Laurent, so many designers found inspiration there. And its architecture creates such a lovely background to it.
Whoever does not visit Paris regularly will never really be elegant.
Honore de Balzac
I fell in love with CLUSE watches a few years ago when I first saw their simple classic design and a great concept of changing straps to match your outfit. So simple and so elegant. And something that’s so useful when you’re travelling. Your watch can fit any combination you have.
Walking next to the Seine is a little treat for me each time I’m in Paris. From the pyramid of Louvre, strolling through the Jardin des Tuileries to a beautiful view on Eiffel Tower from Trocadero. Although it looks like time stands still in Paris, it was flying by and my perfect day came to an end soon.
A walk about Paris will provide lessons in history, beauty, and in the point of Life.
So, yes, Paris is always a good idea. And I hope to visit it soon again!
*This blog post was created in collaboration with CLUSE. However, as always, all opinions are my own.