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  1. 22 hours ago

    Paris Fashion Week: Day 8

    In a purpose-built black box within the sail-like swells of Frank Gehry’s new Fondation Louis Vuitton, we awaited Nicolas...

  2. 22 hours ago

    The rise of Miroslava Duma

    Be it in New York or London, Milan or Paris, a permanent fixture on the front row of every A-List show this season has been...

  3. FT Tech Hub

    September 30, 2014

    Apple Watch pops up at Paris Fashion Week

    Apple is making a big splash in Europe this week. On the same day the European Commission published the initial findings of...

  4. Brussels Blog

    September 30, 2014

    The leaked Juncker decision on Moscovici

    Pierre Moscovici arrives in Paris for the government's confidence vote earlier this month. One of the most highly...

  5. September 30, 2014

    Hollande warns France of tough spending cuts

    President François Hollande has issued an unusually stark warning to France to expect painful reforms as Paris comes under...

  6. September 28, 2014

    Tartuffe, Comédie-Française, Paris – review

    For nearly three centuries, from 1680 to 1976, Molière’s Tartuffe was performed every year at the Comédie-Française, come...

  7. September 27, 2014

    Van Gogh still life painting expected to fetch $50m

    A “rare and poignant” still life painted by Vincent Van Gogh in the month before he took his own life is expected to raise...

  8. September 26, 2014

    Monet at the Musée Marmottan, Paris

    Monet in Paris What’s in a name? If a bad-tempered art critic called Louis Leroy had not mocked them as “impressionists”,...

  9. September 26, 2014

    Joan Littlewood and the People’s Theatre, Radio 4

    The year 1963 was a proud one for British theatre in Paris. Under the auspices of the Théâtre des Nations, two British...

  10. September 26, 2014

    The new nouvelle: four ‘bistronomique’ recipes

    What’s the difference between a bistro and a brasserie? That used to be the question. Crudely answered: a bistro is cosier,...

  11. September 26, 2014

    When regulators are all out to déjeuner

    “Each time I visit the city the food gets worse and worse.” Tyler Cowen, economics professor, foodie and author of An...

  12. September 26, 2014

    Little cafés in Paris - with big ambitions

    Le Richer looks like dozens of other modernised Paris cafés, with 1960s-style chairs, exposed stone walls brightened with...

  13. September 26, 2014

    Paris’s most interesting wine shops

    Isabelle Legeron, who writes about her favourite topic, natural wine elsewhere in this issue (“Pure pleasure: the natural...

  14. September 26, 2014

    The Paris food map

    Interactive map by Aleksandra Wisniewska This weekend the FT Weekend Magazine publishes its first guide to all things...

  15. September 26, 2014

    Les Tablettes, 16th; Les Papilles, 5th, Paris

    The Michelin Guide, or Guide Rouge, has seated many people at the best restaurants Paris has to offer. Over a recent weekend...

  16. September 26, 2014

    The power of Paris’s street markets

    At 5.30 on a Tuesday morning in September, Michel Huot bustles into a supplier in the vast wholesale food market at Rungis,...

  17. September 26, 2014

    The banlieue marches on its stomach

    A few weeks ago I dined at Brasserie Lipp, one of the classical cathedrals of the Parisian food scene and a form of time...

  18. September 26, 2014

    Pure pleasure: the natural wine bar scene

    Natural wine, produced from pure grape juice without additives in the cellar, is not a new phenomenon. It is a practice as...

  19. September 26, 2014

    David Lebovitz: some of Paris’s most unusual desserts

    French cuisine may have a reputation for being (too?) well-lodged in the past but a wave of creativity has taken over the...

  20. September 26, 2014

    My Paris: favourite restaurants, cafés, food shops and markets

    Sylvia Whitman’s Paris Sylvia Whitman, Owner of Shakespeare & Company bookshop A little place I know is . . .  Café de la...

  21. September 26, 2014

    How Paris put everything on the menu

    I moved to Paris in 2002, and have eaten lunch out almost every working day since. Twelve years ago, Parisian lunch was a...

  22. September 26, 2014

    Cet Enfant, Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord, Paris – review

    A pregnant girl feverishly vowing to prove her family wrong and better herself; a teenager berating his ill father for “not...

  23. September 25, 2014

    Paris Fashion Week: Day 2

    In recent seasons, Olivier Rousteing has been getting personal at Balmain, softening the emphasis on sexiness and sobering...

  24. September 25, 2014

    France continues air strikes despite death of hostage

    France has conducted its second air strike on Islamist forces in Iraq a day after a French hostage was executed by jihadi...

  25. September 24, 2014

    Dries Van Noten takes us gently out of the bright

    The arrival of a new black – the darkest and most absorbing (only 0.035 per cent of light is able to escape) – is a...

  26. The World

    September 24, 2014

    Jihadi hand over embarrasses France

    Hugh Carnegy in Paris France, Prime Minister Manuel Valls told parliament on Wednesday, has never faced a greater terrorist...

  27. September 23, 2014

    Pierre Huyghe: In. Border. Deep, Hauser & Wirth, London – review

    Ignoring the old adage about the things one should never work with, Pierre Huyghe is an artist who works with animals. He...

  28. September 23, 2014

    Future Memories: Jiří Kylián, Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, Paris – review

    When Nederlands Dans Theater announced last season that it would shelve former director Jiří Kylián’s works for at least...

  29. September 23, 2014

    Sarkozy, President Bling-Bling of France, heeds a nation’s call

    It took 865 days for the inevitable to happen in France. And when it came, the furore was such that it even swept away the...

  30. September 22, 2014

    Lander/Forsythe, Paris Opera Ballet, Palais Garnier, Paris – review

    It’s a familiar ritual at the Paris Opera Ballet. Every year, for the opening of the season, company and school parade down...

  31. September 22, 2014

    Heat rises for fossil fuel industry as climate talks gather pace

    This is not a comforting week to be an investor in a big oil or coal company. It began with rallies in capital cities around...

  32. September 22, 2014

    Canada pension fund in Paris property drive

    One of Canada’s biggest pension funds is stepping into the continental European property market by making its first Paris...

  33. September 21, 2014

    The Valley of Astonishment, Polonsky Shakespeare Center, New York – review

    This calm, fascinating, rather chilly 75-minute theatre piece, written and directed by Peter Brook and Marie-Hélène...

  34. September 21, 2014

    Disney eyes bigger picture with Bollywood link

    To promote last week’s release of Khoobsurat, a Bollywood film produced by Disney’s Indian subsidiary, actress Sonam Kapoor...

  35. September 19, 2014

    Q&A: the return of Nicolas Sarkozy

    Who is Nicolas Sarkozy? Nicolas Paul Stéphane Sarkozy de Nagy-Bocsa was France’s 23rd president, from May 2007 until his...

  36. September 19, 2014

    Hedi Slimane on the ‘Sonic’ vision of his new photography show

    Hedi Slimane has always been obsessed with music. As a designer, formerly at Dior Homme, and as current creative director of...

  37. September 19, 2014

    Art on the menu

    Let me tell you one of my favourite London restaurant legends. Years ago, Fergus Henderson’s St John in Smithfield became,...

  38. September 19, 2014

    ECB urges Berlin to cut taxes and spend to revive eurozone growth

    Berlin has hit back at calls from a top European Central Bank official urging Germany to spend more to help the eurozone...

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