All posts tagged: paris

Le Ciel de Paris

Following the same path of restaurants in the height – literally, I could not miss one of Paris’s most elegant restaurants. With a name that perfectly characterizes it, Le Ciel de Paris comes with two advantages that personally make me place it among the top restaurants of this wonderful capital: the view and the dessert. Le Ciel de Paris is a semi-gourmet panoramic restaurant located on the 56th floor of Montparnasse Tower. Located at an altitude of 210 meters, it is one of the highest-level restaurants in Europe. Having lunch or dinner at this restaurant is a unique experience that creates memorable memories. You will enjoy a delicious meal while looking lost at the Eiffel Tower. I went there without reservation for lunch, on a business day, and I had no problems in being guided at a table that gave me that spectacular view. I highly recommend you this place, especially if you are passionate about the elegant gastronomy you want to enjoy in a quiet and refined place.   http://www.cieldeparis.com by E.  Mergand in …

Denis Predescu

As they all seem, as they all begin, it could have been an ordinary day. From an early age, however, under the protective wing of Doina Levintza, a friend, a mentor, a guideline, ordinary was not a part of Denis Predescu, who carefully created his daily universe, well concealed within dramatic, architectural, almost surreal lines meant to redesign known beauty. And it all started with an ardent desire to continuously explore the eloigned unknown. That desire never settled. From an almost undefinable, ephemeral, point of constant yearning for absoluteness, instinctually, in the dimmed light of nocturnal inspiration, thoughts crystalize themselves upon an immaculate sheet, frantically sketching what is envisioned as the perfect outfit for an ultimate, but temporary, feminine ideal. Constantly evolving, from selling through retailers at the age of 10 to showcases in Paris, Abu Dhabi or Moscow (just to name a few), he aims, while preferred words scrutinize the void as he pours another glass, towards, at least, grasping that undeniable admiration for theatrical resplendence. A purpose that will define, through each artefact, …