Coaching Scarf
One of my favorite Parisian style tricks is to liven up a neutral look with a colorful scarf. When it comes to a luxurious silk accessory, Hermès can do no wrong in my book and of course I could not resist the name of this exuberant equestrian-print number, which reads “coaching” near the fringed edge. Made for me? I think so.

Hermès
$670
Yes Please! >
scarf
divine-finds-paris
Assouline
$85
Yes Please! >

books
Hôtel Plaza Athénée
For well over a century Paris has been a hot destination for the most influential people in the world, and is unsurprisingly home to quite the impressive hotel scene. I was particularly captivated by the story of the 100-year-old Plaza Athénée, now told in this gorgeous coffee table volume from Assouline. Located in one of the city’s most prestigious districts near the Champs-Élysées and the Eiffel Tower, I loved finding out how this iconic hotel has stood the test of time.

Repetto
$295
< Yes Please!

ballet-flats

Skeppshult
$1,895
Yes Please! >
carla-bruni

Carla Bruni
$5.99
Yes Please! >
 

Goyard
Price Upon Request
Yes Please! >

Customized
Rolling Suitcase

Tracing its beginnings back to 1792, Goyard is the original Parisian luxury trunk company. The brand’s finely crafted luggage has long been favored among the jet-setting international elite, and is still the go-to among fashionistas, celebrities, and royalty. Adding to the prestige, Goyard suitcases can be customized, inviting you to design your own unique color combination and add an elegant monogram. Finally—luggage fit for rolling into your suite at the Georges V.

writing-tools

Louis Vuitton
$52-1,290
< Yes Please!

 
Refined Writing Tools
I like to indulge in correspondence as a full Divine Living experience. So I put as much love and attention as possible into the notes I send out, and I use beautiful materials to create them. Louis Vuitton’s refined writing tools are my latest desktop obsession. A hand-engraved crystal inkwell with a silver cap is a flawless container for LV Noir Magnétique, while the crimson fountain pen completes the set in elegant fashion. These gorgeous pieces are great for penning thank you notes, friendly updates, and of course writing in my journal.

alaia

Alaia
$115-150
< Yes Please!

 
Paris Eau 
de Parfum

I love Azzedine Alaia’s modern, globally-inspired take on Paris, so of course I’m excited about the brand’s first perfume capturing that unique cosmopolitan essence. This abstract floral with both cool and warm notes feels irresistibly fresh and elegant, and I cannot wait to wear it next time I’m in the City of Lights.

Ballet Flats
Another classic wardrobe staple we can thank Paris for—the ballet flat! Repetto is the brand that first perfected the coveted shoe. Founded in 1947, the company’s ballet slippers were an instant hit among Europe’s top dancers. Branching out into shoes that could be worn on or off the dance floor, to this day Repetto expertly crafts the quintessential leather flat to suit your busy city life, in every color you could possibly need.
bike

Ladies Nature Bike
Longing to bike around Paris on a Spring afternoon? Me too—believe it or not! Until then, we can enjoy riding around town in true Parisian style (and I know just the place to go pick up a baguette with French butter!). I’m loving the vintage flare of this Skeppshult bicycle, which I’m sure would look right at home rolling across the Seine. Just add a chic breton stripe, a picnic blanket, and a bottle of rosé to complete the look.
Quelqu’un Ma Dit
You may know her better as the former First Lady of France, or as an international super model, but Carla Bruni is actually best known in Europe as a successful singer-songwriter. I personally am a big fan of her relaxed, effortless vocals and love to play her French pop classics whenever I’m in the kitchen. French is such a beautiful language, and I’m always inspired to learn more when I hear it in song.
 
suitcase
Rifle Paper Co.
$165
< Yes Please!

envelopes

Custom Portrait Personalized Stationery

Maybe it’s because so much of the city’s history lives in correspondence between famous confidants, but whenever I’m in Paris, I’m more inspired than usual to pick up a pen and write someone. Everybody loves to receive a hand-penned letter, and lately I’ve been counting on this adorably chic custom stationery from Rifle Paper Co to give my missives a personal touch.
 
stove
 
Baroque Ring
Dramatic yet refined, unexpected yet classic, this baroque ring in CHANEL’s signature pearl-and-gold motif is the ultimate statement bauble. The stunning piece is made from Japanese cultured pearls, 18k yellow gold, and diamonds. It’s the perfect ring to accompany you to glam cocktail parties for years to come, whether you’re in an LBD or an extravagant gown—and I love the play on the house’s signature quilted design. C’est magnifique!
 
 

Chanel
$14,000
Yes Please! >
 

Albertine Provence
Blue Stove

What foodie doesn’t dream of a glorious French kitchen designed in classic provençal style? La Cornue’s legendary artisan stoves give you that chic chateau look, without skimping on technology or having to go rummaging for an antique. The company has been building the best possible stoves in Paris for over a century, and its prestige remains unrivaled to this day.

 

La Cornue
$6,800
< Yes Please!
 
ring
divine-finds-paris
scarf
Coaching Scarf
One of my favorite Parisian style tricks is to liven up a neutral look with a colorful scarf. When it comes to a luxurious silk accessory, Hermès can do no wrong in my book and of course I could not resist the name of this exuberant equestrian-print number, which reads “coaching” near the fringed edge. Made for me? I think so.
Hermès
$670
Yes Please! >
writing-tools

Refined Writing Tools
I like to indulge in correspondence as a full Divine Living experience. So I put as much love and attention as possible into the notes I send out, and I use beautiful materials to create them. Louis Vuitton’s refined writing tools are my latest desktop obsession. A hand-engraved crystal inkwell with a silver cap is a flawless container for LV Noir Magnétique, while the crimson fountain pen completes the set in elegant fashion. These gorgeous pieces are great for penning thank you notes, friendly updates, and of course writing in my journal.

Louis Vuitton
$52-1,290
< Yes Please!
 

books

Hôtel Plaza Athénée
For well over a century Paris has been a hot destination for the most influential people in the world, and is unsurprisingly home to quite the impressive hotel scene. I was particularly captivated by the story of the 100-year-old Plaza Athénée, now told in this gorgeous coffee table volume from Assouline. Located in one of the city’s most prestigious districts near the Champs-Élysées and the Eiffel Tower, I loved finding out how this iconic hotel has stood the test of time.

Assouline
$85
Yes Please! >

alaia
 
Paris Eau 
de Parfum

I love Azzedine Alaia’s modern, globally-inspired take on Paris, so of course I’m excited about the brand’s first perfume capturing that unique cosmopolitan essence. This abstract floral with both cool and warm notes feels irresistibly fresh and elegant, and I cannot wait to wear it next time I’m in the City of Lights.
Alaia
$115-150
< Yes Please!
ballet-flats
Ballet Flats
Another classic wardrobe staple we can thank Paris for—the ballet flat! Repetto is the brand that first perfected the coveted shoe. Founded in 1947, the company’s ballet slippers were an instant hit among Europe’s top dancers. Branching out into shoes that could be worn on or off the dance floor, to this day Repetto expertly crafts the quintessential leather flat to suit your busy city life, in every color you could possibly need.

Repetto
$295
< Yes Please!

bike
 
Ladies Nature Bike
Longing to bike around Paris on a Spring afternoon? Me too—believe it or not! Until then, we can enjoy riding around town in true Parisian style (and I know just the place to go pick up a baguette with French butter!). I’m loving the vintage flare of this Skeppshult bicycle, which I’m sure would look right at home rolling across the Seine. Just add a chic breton stripe, a picnic blanket, and a bottle of rosé to complete the look.

Skeppshult
$1,895
Yes Please! >

carla-bruni

Quelqu’un Ma Dit
You may know her better as the former First Lady of France, or as an international super model, but Carla Bruni is actually best known in Europe as a successful singer-songwriter. I personally am a big fan of her relaxed, effortless vocals and love to play her French pop classics whenever I’m in the kitchen. French is such a beautiful language, and I’m always inspired to learn more when I hear it in song.

Carla Bruni
$5.99
Yes Please! >

suitcase

Customized
Rolling Suitcase

Tracing its beginnings back to 1792, Goyard is the original Parisian luxury trunk company. The brand’s finely crafted luggage has long been favored among the jet-setting international elite, and is still the go-to among fashionistas, celebrities, and royalty. Adding to the prestige, Goyard suitcases can be customized, inviting you to design your own unique color combination and add an elegant monogram. Finally—luggage fit for rolling into your suite at the Georges V.

Goyard
Price Upon Request
Yes Please! >

envelopes

Custom Portrait Personalized Stationery

Maybe it’s because so much of the city’s history lives in correspondence between famous confidants, but whenever I’m in Paris, I’m more inspired than usual to pick up a pen and write someone. Everybody loves to receive a hand-penned letter, and lately I’ve been counting on this adorably chic custom stationery from Rifle Paper Co to give my missives a personal touch.

Rifle Paper Co.
$165
< Yes Please!

stove

Albertine Provence
Blue Stove

What foodie doesn’t dream of a glorious French kitchen designed in classic provençal style? La Cornue’s legendary artisan stoves give you that chic chateau look, without skimping on technology or having to go rummaging for an antique. The company has been building the best possible stoves in Paris for over a century, and its prestige remains unrivaled to this day.
 
La Cornue
$6,800
< Yes Please!

ring

Baroque Ring
Dramatic yet refined, unexpected yet classic, this baroque ring in CHANEL’s signature pearl-and-gold motif is the ultimate statement bauble. The stunning piece is made from Japanese cultured pearls, 18k yellow gold, and diamonds. It’s the perfect ring to accompany you to glam cocktail parties for years to come, whether you’re in an LBD or an extravagant gown—and I love the play on the house’s signature quilted design. C’est magnifique!
 
Chanel
$14,000
Yes Please! >

 
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