How I spent 5 days in Paris


"A lot of people go to Paris, few have been there", said the Italian collector Francesco Algarotti; and he was so right.

Five days are not enough to visit such a magnificent place, especially if you are there to visit Maison & Objet, but thanks to the chauffeur’s skills and the rare moments where the rain gave Paris a rest, I enjoyed few of the wonders of this city, even if I was in a rush. That’s how I spent 5 days in Paris.


Always doing something, always moving somewhere else, always meeting someone…with a Moleskine in my bag, the perfect travel partner for this Parisian dream. Every moment was the right one to take note of a new brand or sketch a new idea inspired by the beauty of every corner.


The unmistakable allure of Paris reveals and conceals itself, at the same time, in every street, in every way, in every cafe, in every detail of its architecture, where everything is accurately designed. Is like buildings are actually striking a pose, ready to be painted or photographed.


Even if it was January, Christmas vibes was still all around Paris.


The city welcomed me with a pouring rain but greeted me with its best sun the day I flew back to Italy.

Waiting for my flight with my Moleskine


My Moleskine moment in Paris
Cafe Marly just in front of Louvre Pyramid

The Eiffel Tower

La plus belle

Buildings in Paris

Always rainy
The long-awaited meeting with... typical Parisian sweet ?
Location: Pierre Hermé X L'Occitane 86 Champs
Details of Pierre Hermé X L'Occitane 86 Champs
Gallerie Vivienne
Gallerie Vivienne
Montmartre nighlife

Café du Trocadéro

Café du Trocadéro
Sweet moment

Pompidou Center

"Paris is a noble party", feel invited.

What do you think of Paris? Is it a city that you like? Do you plan to visit it? Or have you already visited it? Is there any place or glimpse you are connected to?

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