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With a combined five Michelin stars for her restaurants in London and Paris, what remains for the superchef to conquer?
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This audacious French film centres on a teenager living in a social housing project in south-east Paris
Review of over 100 groups in carbon-intensive sectors identifies more than 70% not including impact
Skincare brand Sisley’s global vice president Christine d’Ornano gives her run-down of the French capital’s most stylish spots
Defendants are accused of involvement in 2015 attacks including rampage at Bataclan theatre
Private equity firm seeks to raise €350m in Paris listing
At Le Grand Contrôle, a lavish new retreat within Château grounds, Simon Kuper enjoys a weekend of 18th-century excess
All curves, one room flows to another
Communists marched with supporters of the far-right Rassemblement National and gilets jaunes
The market has slowed in the face of uncertainty about a coronavirus ‘fourth wave’, while international buyers are still hampered by travel restrictions
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French capital’s left-Green government to apply 30kmh maximum for cars in most streets
Despite the pandemic concerns and hassle of restrictions, designers roll out their 1980s-influenced shows and offer a glimpse of a return to better days