Posts Tagged ‘Philippe Starck’

Paris Restaurants: Ma Cocotte

On Sundays, a lot of chic, trendy Parisians head out to the Saint-Ouen flea market for a little bit of culture and shopping rolled into one. It’s just a few blocks from the Porte de Clignancourt terminus on Line 4 […]

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Teens in Paris

People are often looking for great things to do with teens in Paris, and last week I stumbled upon a fantastic address for just about any teen: Le Laboratoire, near Les Halles. Founded by the Harvard scientist David Edwards, with partners across the globe, Le Lab is a place where art and design meet science. It might sound strange—the idea of taking your teen to a science lab on vacation—but this one is like no other.

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The new Philippe Starck–designed Photomatons allow you to take snapshots in a range of styles, from Warhol-inspired Pop to Surrealism

Paris Photos Fit for Amélie: Play the Leading Role Yourself

Want to play Amélie Poulain? Now you can do it with real style. This summer’s most surprising fetish object is the photo booth—but it’s undergone what Parisians like to call a “re-looking.”

There is no need to fear harsh light or dingy curtains in these Paris photos. Photomaton, the largest supplier of booths in France, asked designer Philippe Starck to totally redesign their baby.

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