As Sandra Choi, Creative Director of Jimmy Choo, and the rest of
the fashion industry arrive in Paris, she shares her favorite haunts
“I love to take a moment in Père Lachaise Cemetery, an idyllic green space where Oscar Wilde and Jim Morrison are buried. Then I finish off the day sitting on a terrace, drinking and watching the world go by.”
“I first visited Paris 20 years ago, when we launched our first Jimmy Choo collection.
It’s a city I’ll never get tired of; you can walk everywhere and uncover different neighborhoods within the arrondissements. Rue Montorgueil, lined with bakeries, cafés, florists and (most importantly) cheese and wine stores, sums up everything I love about Paris – all you need is a seat outside a café to watch the ballet of people go by.”
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Where To Eat
“Café de Flore is an institution. I visit for breakfast and a spot of people-watching before heading to the bustling Avenue du Président Wilson market on the Right Bank.” cafedeflore.fr
Where To Stay
“I love Hôtel Costes’ cozy atmosphere. The courtyard is a charming spot to have lunch and it’s perfectly located a few steps from Place Vendôme and Jardins des Tuileries.” hotelcostes.com
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As told to Olive Wakefield.
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