(photos from the New York Times.)
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ooh la-la*You have hot chocolate while I'd have my cafe au lait! Perfect!!Lovely long weekend darling…
Oh, that does sound lovely!
so lovely, indeed!
Lovely Sofia. Lovely Paris. xx
Oh how lovely indeed. Just gorgeous.
Take me away!!!!We could go to Angelina's and stroll around the Tuillieries and sit and blog ! Happy weekend. Happy fall.
Um, yes please!!!
How lovely….I could use a few days in Paris!
Lovely! My friend and I are planning a trip to Paris in April (we went to London and St. Petersburg last spring) and I can't wait.
Just read an interesting article about many Japanese tourists are returning home "culture-shocked" b/c their imagined "Paris" (influenced by the cinema and classical literature) was so vastly different from the truth of today's post-modern Paris.
nonetheless, I still have a half dozen shots of Paris/France around my place. do you know the woody allen scene is in Paris when he dances with goldie hawn on the riverwalk in "everyone says i love you." one of my faves! thx for sharing, Tina – Jg.
I love Sophia Copolla's simple yet very sophisticated style. Love this post!
Oh my! I would ADORE going! Fall always makes me restless to be traveling… And nothing is more satisfying than French hot chocolate!
Would luv to go, in the fall when the air is crisphot chocolate with a shot of expresso
Ooh, I just love Sophia! Such a sense of style, and above all her way with color…like no other. She's an original.
I'm in. All of these photos are fantastic.
I adore this woman
uhhh me too! she is a guru of greatness!
And several glasses of bubbly, non?
I adore Paris. Great post!
Ahhhh Sophia ~ Absolutely splendid! I just recently discovered this article on Sophia's Paris after I got inspired watching Marie Antoinette for the one millionth time! I don't even blink when I watch it. Sophia is a brilliant artist! I just did a post on Laduree (and those divine macaroons) that I think you'll appreciate.