Hello Lulu is..On the first day in Paris, in the Chaillot Palace overlooking the Eiffel TowerMuseum of Architecture and Culture (Cité de l’architecture et du patrimoine)Start from.
Get off the metro at Trocadero. There are metro, RER (high-speed suburban railway), unlimited bus passes, etc., but somehow you can walk in Paris. I wonder if a set of 10 carnets that can be used by multiple people and has no expiration date has a high degree of freedom.
At the Museum of Architecture and Culture, a full-scale model of the room of “Unite d’Habitation”, a condominium built by Le Corbusier in Marseille, such as a collection of cast reproductions of French historical buildings and models of modern architecture, will be exhibited. A magnificent museum that introduces the history of French architecture.
Also when you want to meet a gargoyle.
While strolling along the Seine, cross the Pont de l’Alma in the 16th arrondissementMusée Yves Saint Laurent)What. The building that was the headquarters of the Maison from 1974 to 2002 was renovated by the Pierre Bergé-Yves Saint Laurent Foundation and opened as a museum in 2017.
It is a space where you can follow the trajectory of Saint Laurent through precious collection pieces and image boards.
A section where works collaborated with sculptor Claude Lalanne are exhibited. The right shelf is full of jewelry made by Claude Laranne.
A simple wool Mondrian dress inspired by the work of the Dutch painter Piet Mondrian. You like it, Mondrian look. The two on the right are Poliakoff dresses inspired by the Russian painter Serge Poliakoff.
Leave the museum and walk along Georges Sanc StreetHermes(There are only photos under renovation …). The Georges Thunk store had a cozy and calm atmosphere with beautiful mochi hats.
There are 3 Hermès stores in Paris. The Faubourg Saint Honore main store, this Georges Sanc store, and the Sable store on the left bank. If you want to see leather goods (bags and wallets) at the Saint Honoré main store, you need to make a reservation from your smartphone. When the number of people is large, it will be a lottery and you will have to come to the store at the designated time, so if you have a short stay in Paris, your schedule will be tied up. The other two stores are OK without reservation, but when you enter the store, tell the staff that you want to see leather goods and leave your name on the waiting list. People who want to buy leather are waiting in the store quite a bit.
Appearing on the Champs Elysees, it’s like ParisAppleLet’s take a peek.
Walk along the Champs Elysees towards Place de la Concorde to the Grand Palais.On the way, it opened on March 28, 2019GALERIES LAFAYETTE Champs-ElyséesEven if you stop by. It’s smaller than the Ottoman store, but it has a lot of seasonal brands and a lot of fragrances. The fragrance of Thom Browne was also in stock early. It is a department store where the seasons are condensed and editing is fun.
Built as the main venue for the 1900 Paris ExpositionGrand Palais.. The equestrian competition “So Hermes” sponsored by Hermes is held, and it is also famous as a show venue for Chanel. The Grand Palais National Gallery hosts quality exhibitions.
Head to Rue Saint-Honoré with the Elysee Palace, which is also the presidential palace, on your right.Hermes Forble Saint HonoreWhat. On the rooftop, there is an equestrian statue “Fireworks Master” holding a boyfriend. There are three stores here, the Faubourg Saint Honore store, the Madison store in New York, and the Ginza Maison Hermès store.
“Fireworks master” of Ginza Maison Hermes.
He came down to Sony Park for Christmas 2019.
I’m tired of walkingLe MeuriceLet’s make tea. Book an afternoon tea from 15:30. Murris is a long-established hotel located in the Chuluilly Gardens, the oldest garden in Paris. The chandeliers and walls of the room where Pablo Picasso held the wedding reception are said to be designated as Important Cultural Properties.
Heading to the second diningLe Dali.All the sweets produced by chef pastry chef Cedric Glore are carefully delicious. You can choose champagne or tea as a drink, and you can take it home when you can’t eat it.
The dining ceiling, named after Salvador Dali, a regular of Murris, is by Ms. Alastalno Starck, the daughter and artist of architect Philippe Starck.
After this, you can walk around Saint-Honoré, take a peek at Astier, or try the Parisian scent “VANILLE 44” at Le Labo.