Parisian Author Clément Le Coz’s Love Letter to Argentina, “Ma Vie à Buenos Aires”

An english-language exploration of the South American city's cultural charms

In 2014, after nearly 10 years living and working in Buenos Aires, Paris-born author and cultural advocate Clément Le Coz launched a concierge service in the Argentine city to guide ex-pats toward restaurant debuts, thought-provoking exhibitions and an array of engaging activities. During the pandemic, however, the need for such services was upended. To compensate for the change, Le Coz took the cultural cache he’d accumulated …

Terrazzo Print iPad Mini Case

Channeling the speckled ceramics of artisanal terrazzo floors, this plastic iPad Mini case is almost as durable as the real thing. Parisian label Carven—helmed by former Givenchy designer Guillaume Henry—is known for bold graphics, which are clearly just as striking strutting down the runway as they are protecting your mobile devices.

Avec Motifs Apparents: Terracotta Daughters

An in situ installation that blends ancient discovery with contemporary gender issues

Centquatre (aka 104) is one of Paris’ newly opened and exciting art centers. Along with Gaité Lyrique, this new generation of venues are no longer just art galleries, but spaces that are more easily accessible to visitors, and in which creativity, culture and every genre of art is welcomed. Formerly a city funeral home, located at the edge of the city, 104 offers huge spaces …