Tag: Paris

Global Love

Global Love

| February 11, 2017

Words by MOUSTACHE THE Feast of Saint Valentine otherwise known as Valentine’s Day is celebrated around the globe by many couples and daring singles ready to make an everlasting impact. It is a Hallmark celebration of unity and love, but for others it is just another day gone by. Beginning in the 14th Century, and […]

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The Artistic Direction Of Fanni Garnichat

The Artistic Direction Of Fanni Garnichat

| June 16, 2016

Words by Jo McTavish IT is without a doubt that here at Moustache we love collage art, and the work of Fanni Garnichat is yet another reason for our advocacy for this unique method… This visually stunning Parisian artist and graphic designer is dedicated to the print and global communication in the field of fashion, […]

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Come Into Léonard Combier’s World

Come Into Léonard Combier’s World

| March 1, 2016

Words by Jo McTavish LÉONARD Combier is a 25-year-old French painter and illustrator living in Paris. He started drawing by himself when he was a child and never stopped… This amazing artist works mainly with ink on paper, acrylic paint and Posca’s on canvas. His pieces are extremely detailed, which incorporate a lot of small […]

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Jonathan Rosen “I Want To Dream” Exhibition

Jonathan Rosen “I Want To Dream” Exhibition

| January 16, 2016

Words by Jo McTavish CONCEPTUAL and appropriation artist Jonathan Rosen ended 2015 with his “I Want to Dream” exhibition at Colette. The series marked his debut in Paris, and included twelve provoking pieces and eight new canvases made specifically for the show. In a rare and exciting move, “Rosen’ will be taking a residency in […]

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Dani Oliver’s Psychedelic Pictures

Dani Oliver’s Psychedelic Pictures

| January 14, 2016

Words by Jo McTavish THE French really know how to make a difference when it comes to art and culture, and thanks to photographer Dani Oliver we have another reason to believe it.  Living in Paris, “Oliver’ has a unique portfolio displaying surreal images of naked bodies, with vibrant projections layered on top. Each intricate […]

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Paris: The Death Of The Love Lock

Paris: The Death Of The Love Lock

| June 1, 2015

Words by Luke Porep PARISIANS have had enough of you and your sweetheart ruining their historic architecture with unsightly padlocks. The ongoing trend is coming to end as local authorities have picked up the bolt cutters and started snipping. More than 45 tonnes of clumped brass has already been removed from various bridges after part of […]

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Pompidou Snapshot: WHAT IS PHOTOGRAPHY?

Pompidou Snapshot: WHAT IS PHOTOGRAPHY?

| May 4, 2015

Words by Miranda Hine IF you haven’t been to the Centre Pompidou in Paris, you need to. It’s worth going just for the funky neo-industrial architecture and the ridiculous view from the top. Oh and the art. The centre is known for its blockbuster retrospectives, as well as its extensive permanent display of Modern, Postmodern […]

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Bonjour! Que La Fête Commence…

Bonjour! Que La Fête Commence…

| March 3, 2015

Words by Jo McTavish Bonjour! EVERY week you always know you  have the chance to enjoy delicious pop-corn, choc tops, watching your favourite movie stars, the magic of film and it all happens at the cinema.  The end result can be an incredible experience but  there are many international films that we tend to forget about, […]

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Introducing IRO Spring Summer 2015

Introducing IRO Spring Summer 2015

| February 3, 2015

Words by Aiho Tan UTILITARIAN chic is having its moment in the world of fashion and we simply can’t get enough of it. Especially, Paris based brand IRO founded by two musicians; Laurent and Arik Bitton who transformed their love of rock music into another form of expression: fashion. Forget the latest “How to Be […]

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How To Really Act Like A Parisian

How To Really Act Like A Parisian

| January 17, 2015

Words by Matt Huxley THERE is a new book that has pervaded my instagram feed. How To Act Like A Parisian is the piece that has taken over my phone screen. Present in every blogger’s flatlay #minimalism; the book outlines in various detail how you can achieve that level of chicness that a Parisian woman […]

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