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2014 Quai54 World Streetball Championship Recap

LifestyleComments ⋅ Jul 18, 2014
Back in the latter part of June, Paris served as the home to this year’s Quai54 World Streetball Championship. Set in the French capital’s famed Trocadéro with the Eiffel Tower looming large in the background, the Nike- and Jordan Brand-h...

Slowing Down to a Walk In Paris with Octovo

StyleComments ⋅ Nov 21, 2013
Leather specialist Octovo recently followed the exploits of two of its friends, Justin Livingston of Scout 16 and Danielle Berenstein of We Wore What, as they explored the streets of the French capital armed only with their trusty leather items and a...

The World of Volcom Stone Paris Event Recap

StyleComments ⋅ Oct 7, 2013
California-based Volcom Stone recently held a skateboarding event in Paris to celebrate the world premiere of its latest film, True to This. The World of Volcom Stone was held on October 5 at Le Centquatre and it embodied the brand’s vision by...

A Case for Fish and Chips in Paris at The Sunken Chip

LifestyleComments ⋅ Aug 5, 2013
Inspired by a shared passion, and the lack of quality fish and chips across the English Channel, James Whelan and Michael Greenwold teamed up as The Sunken Chip — a new fast food restaurant driven to produce the old English classic at an afford...

Philippe Pasqua’s Life-Size T-Rex is Invading Paris

ArtsComments ⋅ Jul 10, 2013
A four-meter-tall tyrannosaurus rex is currently standing over the Seine river in Paris. Sculpted by Philippe Pasqua, the life-sized model is built of 350 chrome-molded bones and was created to promote contemporary art along the river. A replica of d...

Artist Yué Wu Shares His Work and Home in Paris

StyleComments ⋅ Apr 26, 2013
While Yué Wu’s Pen & Paper gave a glimpse of the Parisian artist’s compelling sketchbook, this episode of Crane.tv reveals his artistic approach and the city he now calls home. Merging the dichotomies of East and West, Yué Wu shares w...

Depicting Parisian Neighborhoods via Typography

ArtsComments ⋅ Apr 10, 2013
For their holiday greeting card, internationally renowned creative agency Havas Worldwide worked with Flying V to wish everyone a happy new year back in January by making an interesting video exploring the distinctive neighborhoods of Paris. The agen...

ALL GONE 2012 Paris Launch

StyleComments ⋅ Jan 15, 2013
To celebrate the seventh annual documentation of street culture, Parisian creative collective La MJC will be throwing a book signing party at colette on January 19. Held at the concept store’s Water Bar, there will be a photo exhibition consist...

A Recap of the Be Street Weeknd Urban Festival in Paris

StyleComments ⋅ Dec 24, 2012
Paris’s La Cite de la Mode et du Design was recently the setting for the inaugural Be Street Weeknd Urban Festival in Paris. With this first edition of the festival, Be Street was able to successfully combine art, music and fashion into one huge, two...

Paris Go Hard with Their All-New “Paris Running Club”

LifestyleComments ⋅ Dec 11, 2012
“Run Hard, Party Harder.” That is the slogan for Paris-based running collective, Le Paris Running Club. Comprised of artists, bloggers, designers and other creatives, the club places a premium on good times and enjoyment above the importa...

Paris vs New York – An Animated Comparison

LifestyleComments ⋅ Sep 19, 2012
As two of the most culturally important cities in the world, New York and Paris have their fair share of iconic landmarks and institutions. Director Tony Miotto has created this short animated clip celebrating the similarities and differences of the...

GRIND: Pigalle 2012 Fall/Winter Collection Editorial

StyleComments ⋅ Sep 16, 2012
Hailing from the Parisian red light district, Pigalle conducts itself more like a family than a brand, helping people that are close to them and encouraging and promoting artists that may well otherwise be overlooked. In this latest photoshoot for Ja...

French Trotters’ New Flagship Store

StyleComments ⋅ Aug 15, 2012
Since 2005, Parisian retailer French Trotters has been specializing in the kind of timeless, unfussy wares curated from years traveling abroad in cities like London, Tokyo and New York. By 2010 the globetrotting owners had opened a trio of stores as...

Paris In Motion Timelapse Video

ArtsComments ⋅ Jul 31, 2012
We’ve seen some pretty spectacular time lapse photography shot in New York City, but this is the first in recent memory that does the same to capture both the rich historical spirit, and the modern hustle and bustle of the capital of France. &#...

Sub City Paris

ArtsComments ⋅ Oct 3, 2011
Filmmakers Sarah Klein and Tom Mason of Redglass Pictures have released the next leg of their Sub City project. Now in Paris, the Sub City series focuses on the emotion felt and diversity of what is seen upon exiting an underground subway system. Set...