When we walked home from our dinner near the Eiffel Tower on that Friday night, we turned down Ave. Montaigne, as we have done countless times before. This time, however, we noticed for the first time how the street appears to line up perfectly with Sacre-Coeur. Paris still surprises us.
If you hang out here often, you already know that this street is lined with amazing boutiques. Here are some windows that caught my eye that evening.
At the corner where Ave. Montaigne meets the Champs-Elysees, the Artcurial building was all dressed up in white light. I thought it was lovely.
More Paris later. Same Bat Channel. Same Bat Time.
3 responses to “Avenue Montaigne”
I always think of Ave Montaigne as a free art show. The way the windows are dressed is amazing and such talent…. I also did not know that it aligns with Sacre Coeur.
Is this the current trend?…..a bit shapeless!
I realized when I got home that I forgot to cross the street and look at the LV windows. Was disappointed but glad to get a view now. And shapeless works for me since that seems to be my body type at the moment 😦
Fabulous, I never saw Sacre Coeur either……… merci!! It is THE city of WONDER! Just fyi… Chef Phillip here (Chez Phillip) on Post Oak was just interviewed for the Houston Chronicle, one of the questions: What chef inspires him… “your” Apicius chef!! petit monde, you’ll have to pop in to tell him next time you are in town.”Etoile” is new hot restaurant (uptown)