Paris is the city of chic—and as such, its innate style shines throughout the city, even in the simplest spaces. Quaint bistros, picturesque alleyways, artists’ studios and unique characters are elevated to a modern-day genre painting when set in Paris. From skateboarders to antiquarians, this volume is a glimpse into Parisian life, as if peering over the edge of the balcony at your own pied-a-terre.
Collaboratively, author Alexandra Senes and photographer Oliver Pilcher open the doors to some of the most sophisticated homes in Paris, sharing an intimate portrait of various families. The quiet, daily moments of Parisian life are eternalized through Pilcher’s lens. Monuments don’t make a city; the people do.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Born in Scotland, Oliver Pilcher studied sculpture at the Edinburgh College of Art before embarking on a photographic career that has taken him all around the world and given him the opportunity to shoot for some of the world’s finest brands. Oliver has been a contributing photographer at Condé Nast Traveler for over ten years. He currently divides his time between New York and Costa Rica with his wife, Abigail and their four children, Andalucia, Bianca, Constantina, and Herbie.
Alexandra Senes is a citizen of the world, as she feels at home anywhere; a real asteroid with no jet lag. Senes spent her childhood in her native Senegal after which she moved to New York and then Paris. She worked as a journalist for over 20 years, including 8 years as the founder and editor-in-chief of Jalouse Magazine. In 2015, Senes started her journey with Kilometre, a brand that makes our imaginations go wild, drifting into far-off and unexplored places-shirts and home goods adorned with hand embroidery inspired by up-and-coming travel destinations.
Paris à L'honneur d'un Beau Livre Publié Chez Assouline; By: Jade Simon, Vogue Online (France), September 2020
The Must-Read Books of Fall 2020; By: Adam Rathe and Liz Cantrell, Town & Country Online (USA), September 2020
Paris Chic: Photos To Make You Want To Visit France Next Year; By: Laura Manske, Forbes Online (USA), September 2020
Le cose più belle ed esclusive da vedere a Parigi sono queste; By: Micol Passariello, Harper’s Bazaar Online (Italy), September 2020
The Magic of Parisian Life; By: Brook Kelly, Quest Online (USA), October 2020