I could visit Paris a thousand times, and always have a completely different experience with this magical city. I stay somewhere new every time, and explore (get lost) down streets I’ve somehow never found before. I have some obvious favourite spots in Paris like Place Vendome, Le Marais and any rooftop I can possibly find.
But I also have found places that make me feel at home in Paris when I visit each time which I do not know what street they are on or their name. A park bench I share with elderly couples near a metro stop perfect for people watching, a cafe with good tea, great wifi and cute boys stopping in, a bakery with my favourite sweets selection, and a florist where I walk past fantasising about buying a bunch for my sun drenched Parisian apartment. I don’t mind that I can’t recite where these spots are without retracing my steps as it feels that these little part of Paris are all mine.
Louis Vuitton showed me another part of Paris, full of picturesque lunches and balconies with postcard views I wanted to leap off and in to. Sharing the few days with my good friends Zanita and Nicole topped off the daydream.