When your neighbours include Gucci, Dior and Chanel, it really wouldn’t do to look scruffy. Happily, this luxurious Paris flat has been dressed to the nines in one-of-a-kind, made-to-measure finery.
There might be nothing but a river separating them, but the Right Bank of Paris is a world away from the bohemian rive gauche. There are no artists starving in garrets here, no students plotting revolution in the cafés. Instead, rich, glossy citizens and well-heeled visitors soak up the confident, moneyed atmosphere and spend big on the area’s twin attractions: haute couture and haute cuisine.
From Homes & Interiors Scotland: Pages 194-205