Architecture, Haute Couture Fashion, Poetry and Art.
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parismarais:

Discover the Hotel du PetitMoulin , quite unique and Parismarais’s coup de cœur. Each room is a veritable designer’s creation conceived by none other than Christian Lacroix. At the Hotel du Petit Moulin, you’ll receive a regal welcome without the stuffy formality. Ms Karol Lor and her staff deserve a gold medal for their courtesy and kindness. Choosing the Hotel du Petit Moulin means choosing a haute couture boutique hotel with luxury, savoir-vivre and warmth. Your stay will be a memorable one. For the best prices, reserve well in advance via parismarais.com. You’ll rub shoulders with several fashion and decoration mavens who have fallen under the spell of this magical spot. Many rooms have been redecorated, always and reliably by Monsieur Lacroix, making each night a trip to a wondrous dreamland.
Special Offer with Parismarais.com : Stay in Superior Category and benefit of a special rate for your second night* (*must include one Sunday night). Ex: Saturday night at 260€ + Sunday night at 195€ only


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Lou Andreas-Salomé
michaelfaudet:

Selene, Jules Louis Machard.

michaelfaudet:

Selene, Jules Louis Machard.

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gypsystripper:

I-D Magazine: “Dangers of dancing in Jeans”

— ― Anaïs Nin
vermillons:

Vincent Van Gogh, Blossoming almond tree, 1890.

vermillons:

Vincent Van Gogh, Blossoming almond tree, 1890.

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aqqindex:

The Nymph of Amalthea, 1780s.

aqqindex:

The Nymph of Amalthea, 1780s.

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Aldous Huxley (via loisele)

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