This winter in Paris had more than 50 shades of gray (as you can see). I found some photos taken when my sister visited in October. They were almost forgotten but now I realized that I would love to share them with you because they were taken at some beautiful Parisian places.
This bridge is called Passerelle Léopold-Sédar-Senghor. It connects the Tuileries with the Musée d’Orsay and is unique in the sense that the bridge can be accessed both from the Tuileries as well as from the quay thanks to a two-level construction. I recommend you to visit Mura Pehnec’s site to see new spring collection of bags (the one I’m wearing is from winter collection).
The Fontaine Saint-Sulpice (also known as the Fontaine de la place Saint-Sulpice or as the Fontaine des Orateurs-Sacré) is a monumental fountain located in Place St. Sulpice in the 6th arrondissement of Paris. It was constructed between 1843 and 1848 by the architect Louis Visconi, who also designed the tomb of Napoleon in the church Les Invalides. We shot my first outfit post there :) I adore that place and the church is amazing. It is the second biggest church in Paris after Notre Dame.
I bought this “wanna be Céline bag” at VJ style and fortunately I sold it. I realized that I don’t want to have any “wanna be bag” because they are soo far away from the original and the quality is really abominable. Better nothing than anything!
At Parc De la Vilette with my sister Marina. This is one of the largest parks in Paris, located at the northeastern edge of the 19th arrondissement. The park houses one of the largest concentration of cultural venues in Paris, including the Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie (City of Science and Industry), Europe’s largest science museum, three major concert venues and the prestigious Conservatoire de Paris. The park was designed by Bernard Tschumi, a French architect of Swiss origin, who built it from 1984 to 1987. On the photo you can see La Géode - a mirror-finished geodesic dome that holds an Omnimax theatre.