Do you love to travel? Do you miss Paris? Well, here are our tips on where to Hermès' Women's F/W 2021 collection around the one and only, Paris, France.

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Aside from the brand's moving storytelling, they have reminded us how much we miss travelling to cold weather climates. Layers, leather, cashmere, scarves and smashing boots seem like such a distant memory. To fuel your soul with memories of stunning destinations we focus on Paris and cooked up a list of must-visit French hot-spots that you should wear the new Hermès collection to: 

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1. Lunch At The Ritz

Cross Pont Alexandre, one of the most beautiful bridges in Paris and stroll through the Promenade du Cours La Reine, a tree-lined walkway by the river. Cross Place De La Concorde, a grand sqaure with stunning fountains and pass the bustling Rue Du Rivoli. Then, spend time around the picturesque Place Vendôme where a gorgeous obelisk takes centre stage amongst some of the finest jewellery shops. While there, treat yourself to lunch at The Ritz.

2. Dinner At Beef Bar

In the 8th Arrondissement, book a table in the chic Beef Bar which cooks up internationally flavoured beef centric dishes, although they also have fabulous seafood items too. It is housed in a registered Belle Époque establishment that is stunning and picture-worthy. 

3. An afternoon in Saint-Germain-des-Prés

Spend your day in Saint-Germain-des-Prés and enjoy brunch at the iconic cafe Les Deux Magots or La Société. Pop into L'eglise Saint-Germain-des-Prés to take a moment for yourself, and then make your way around this iconic picturesque district, perhaps to Place de Furstenberg where many quaint shops await.  

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4. Museum day

You can definitely spend an entire day in the Louvre, so why not? Get lost in all the stunning art but be sure to take a break and have lunch at Loulou in the Carrousel du Louvre facing the inner gardens.

5. Dinner At Le Train Bleu

Have a beautiful dinner in Le Train Bleu located in the hall of the Gare de Lyon railway station in Paris. 

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6. Hunting for silver and vintage finds

Visit the Les Puces flea market, which happen to be the largest in the world, to seek out stunning vintage silver, furniture and homeware. 

7. Stroll pedonal streets and grab food

Visit Rue Cler and Rue de Buci for a pedestrian haven. Walk through these local market filled with gorgeous fresh produce, open-air cafes and freshly baked treats. Have cocktails in Cafe Central where you can enjoy your favourite tipple with some bread and tarama spread. 

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8. Lunch At Girafe

Dine outdoors in full view of the Eiffel Tower at Girafe and enjoy the chilly weather. Order some oysters and champagne and have a great day! 

9. A Day On The Promenade Plantee

Enjoy a long walk in the stunning promenade plantée. A mile-long lusciously green path above the city streets. When you decide to come off the path have lunch at one of the many bistros which happen to be surrounded by little furniture shops and other craftsman stores, amongst many others.

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10. Visit Art Galleries

Walk across Pont Des Arts and stroll down Rue Bonaparte, pop into Rue Des Beaux-Arts, and into Rue Jacob and surround yourself with a plethora of small art galleries filled with treasures. 

11. Dinner at Le Grand Véfour

Dine in the oldest restaurant in Paris, Le Grand Vefour, which was around during the time of Napoleon Bonaparte. To this day it is a jewelbox of an establishment where service and food remain superb.

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12. Shopping on Rue Saint-Honoré

Shop your way through Rue Saint-Honoré, which is one of Paris' most notable shopping streets filled with the world's top couture brands, trendy labels and high fashion. 

13. A Day In Le Marais

Le Marais is probably the trendiest and most contemporary area in Paris which also happens to be the old Jewish quarters. There are tons of hip restaurants, up and coming designers, and hot labels that you need to know of, plus a vibrant LGBTQ community.

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