Chanel’s Métiers d’Art 2017, Ritz Paris

This year Chanel celebrates the thirteen years of its craftsmanship shows at Gabrielle Chanel’s home for over 30 years: The Ritz. As many years of workshops of excellence celebrated through exceptional parades paying tribute each year to a different city. Continue reading “Chanel’s Métiers d’Art 2017, Ritz Paris”

African Fragrances x African Contemporary Art

Prepare yourself for a powerful olfactive trip to Africa. Roads, the niche perfume label,  recently unveiled a quartet of fragrances inspired by the continent. In addition to the limited edition fragrances, Roads have commissioned four visually and geographically diverse African artists to create packaging artwork to accompany each fragrance. Continue reading “African Fragrances x African Contemporary Art”

Soul Escape: Holiday Café, Paris

The 2016 UEFA European Championship just stated…the occasion to enjoy Paris between games! The brand new Holiday Café, inspired by Holiday, the American travel magazine is a good way to start to explore Paris off the beaten track. Continue reading “Soul Escape: Holiday Café, Paris”

Africa Bag!

Recently Christian Louboutin joined forces with longtime friend Valérie Schlumberger founder of CSAO -La Compagnie du Sénégal et de l’Afrique de l’Ouest- and the women of La Maison Rose to create the unique and vibrant Africaba day bag. Continue reading “Africa Bag!”

Afropunk Festival in Paris

Last year  was the first edition of Afropunk Paris. For two days, the festival from Brooklyn, was the surprise with an anchored spirit in the culture of punk DIY and unique programming: Lianne La Havas, Willow Smith, Jaden Smith, Keziah Jones, Patrice, The Bots, Leon Bridges, Paris Young.

Following the success, Afropunk returned to Paris in 2016 to a second edition equally exceptional.

See you this Friday 3, Saturday 4 and Sunday, June 5, again at Trianon.

programming side, get ready to find Skye and Ross from Morcheeba, but also Michael Kiwanuka, Saul Williams or Angel Haze and Fefe.

  • Friday, June 3rd
    • Cakes Da Killa
    • Gaika
    • AfrotroniX
    • Young Paris
    • Mashayabhuqe KaMamba
    • Karol Conka
    • Ghost Nebula
    • Blkkmorris
  • Saturday June 4th
    • Skye and Ross MORCHEEBA
    • Fefe
    • Samm Henshaw
    • The OBGMs
    • Project Black Pantera
    • Eska
    • Larry B
    • Falone
  • Sunday June 5th
    • Michael Kiwanuka
    • Saul Williams
    • Angel Haze
    • The Suffers
    • Carving
    • Alekesam
    • Mikel Ameen


Seydou Keïta, The Master Of Portraiture

A big event is coming up! For the first time the Grand Palais in Paris curates a retrospective of the great Seydou Keïta, and brings together an exceptional collection of nearly 300 photographs, including modern prints in black and white, sized 120×180 and 50×60, as well as unique prints from his time. Continue reading “Seydou Keïta, The Master Of Portraiture”

Bisrat, Fashion Designer

Today The Soul Edition is happy to focus on a woman we really love: Bisrat Negassi.

Bisrat is a very talented and prominent fashion designer. Her collections always bring something new to fashion. As she like to describe her brand, Negassi is transcultural fashion, a universal language inspires the creations. The Line represents a modern and classic design, with Afro/Asian influences and has a German conceptual perspective. Her creations are manufactured in Germany where she lives. Continue reading “Bisrat, Fashion Designer”

Paris Fashion Week, RTW FW 2016

Paris Fashion Week is over… and so Fashion Month. We had a great time even if it was a lot of work as there is more and more shows to attend in Paris. Hopefully this season the week began with a surge of excitement led by young Paris-based designers not witnessed for so many years: Jacquemus, Cédric Charlier, Anthony Vaccarello, Julien Dossena at Paco Rabanne, Sébastien Meyer and Arnaud Vaillant at Courrèges. This confirmed that something new is afoot in Paris despite the city went through last year. Continue reading “Paris Fashion Week, RTW FW 2016”

Soul Escape: Tigre Yoga Rive Gauche, Paris

It’s Paris Fashion Week! As always it is very hectic and stressful as there is more and more shows to attend and we have to run from one show to another all over the City of Lights … we do not have time to enjoy because of the crazy schedule…. Continue reading “Soul Escape: Tigre Yoga Rive Gauche, Paris”

Recipe: Club Sandwich Rykiel

Over the years designer Sonia Rykiel has became a French institution. Her atelier and boutique on Boulevard Saint Germain in Paris are part of the Left-bank history. Continue reading “Recipe: Club Sandwich Rykiel”

This Is Paris, This Is Couture! SS 2016

Celebrating Spring while it’s freezing outside! That’s fashion paradoxe! Here are our favorites shows from Paris Haute-Couture, Spring 2016. Let’s glorify every curve of a woman’s body through clothing. Enjoy! Continue reading “This Is Paris, This Is Couture! SS 2016”

Maya, Former Model & Entrepreneur

Maya Persaud is an American in Paris. A few years ago, this former top model, who grew up in Hawaii, created Lotty Dotty , a  children’s clothing brand that met a huge success since its launch.

On top of that, this mother of two is very involved in charities, notably  helping the refugees from Syria. Continue reading “Maya, Former Model & Entrepreneur”

Remembering Monsieur Courrèges

Very sad news. André Courrèges, the French fashion designer and sculpteur, died at the age of 92 after a long battle with Parkinson’s disease, at his home in Neuilly-sue-Seine, near Paris. André Courrèges was the founder and catalyst of the space-age fashion movement in the ’60s, he was a true revolutionary figures, responsible for liberating women from the strict, feminine silhouettes of the ’50s in favor of miniskirts, peekaboo A-line dresses, and his infamous white ankle boots. André Courrèges was also known for being one of the first couturier who worked with black models. We thank him for all the beautiful work he did all over the years. He’ll be truly missed. Rest in peace. Continue reading “Remembering Monsieur Courrèges”

The 3 Best French Restaurants Of 2015

If you like French cuisine as much as we do, we recommend you these three restaurants. Our favorites this year in Paris. Continue reading “The 3 Best French Restaurants Of 2015”