Café de Flore, un café brasserie situado en el número 172 del Boulevard Saint-Germain, en Saint-Germain-des-Prés, en el VI arrondissement de París, Francia. | Fue fundado en la época de la Tercera República, probablemente en 1887. Debe su nombre a una pequeña estatua de la diosa Flora, hoy desaparecida.

Café de Flore ~ 172 Boulevard Saint-Germain {I usually had coffee here twice a week}

Taylor Hill at the Café de Flore, looking at things with an appropriately existential twist. “Modeling is about staying relevant,” says Hill. But who defines relevance? At present she exists as a model in two parallel universes. There is the world of Victoria’s Secret, where she and her friends work crazy hard and also have crazy fun—and this is a life and a landscape that resonates brilliantly on social media. Then there is Fashion Week, which gives one cred in the industry and with…

24 Hours in the Life of Taylor Hill at Paris Fashion Week

at the Café de Flore before heading to looking at things with an appropriately existential twist. “Modeling is about staying relevant,” says Hill.

Cafe de Flore, Taste of Paris, that Everyone should Try.

Oh, Paris!

Rita Crane Photography: Paris / cafe / bistro / Left Bank / Latin Quarter / architecture / Cafe de Flore, Paris looks like a great place to have a coffee

Alla and her dog sitting at Cafe de Flore, photo by Robert Capa, Paris, 1952

Model Alla at Cafe de Flore, Paris 1952

Café de Flore 172 Boulevard Saint-Germain 75006 Paris One of my favorite place to share and drink a real hot chocolate.

Café de Flore 172 Boulevard Saint-Germain 75006 Paris One of my favorite place to share and drink a real hot chocolate.

Cafe de Flore, Paris - 1949 - Photo by Robert Doisneau street fashion style vintage photo print ad women dress shoes purse 40s 50s

Paris St Germain des Prés - Café de Flore 1949 Robert Doisneau - First trip to Paris!

Café de Flore – where Jean-Paul Sartre was a regular in the Second World War! Other famous visitors include Simone de Beauvoir, Pablo Picasso and Karl Lagerfeld.

Café de Flore – where Jean-Paul Sartre was a regular in the Second World War! Other famous visitors include Simone de Beauvoir, Pablo Picasso and Karl Lagerfeld.

Cosas que hacer y ver en París (por Collage Vintage) © Fotografia: Diego Anciano @Collagevintage2

Cosas que hacer y ver en París (por Collage Vintage)

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