In the heart of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, each day unfolds as a new chapter in my story of discovery.
This neighborhood is not just my home; it's a central character, weaving its rich tapestry of culture, style, and elegance into the fabric of my everyday life. Its streets and corners hold stories, hidden gems, and moments of inspiration that subtly blend into my life and work.
I'm excited to share these discoveries with you, in the same spirit of exploration that I strive to bring to Nimette.
WHERE TO EAT
18 rue Grégoire de Tours
Yoshinori offers an impeccable journey into Japanese gastronomy, reflecting a dedication to excellence that constantly inspires me.
16 Carrefour de l’Odéon
Each Sunday for brunch, Le Hibou organizes games and activities for children, making it a delightful family destination.
54 rue de Seine
Semilla stands out with its innovative culinary approach, a beacon of creativity that aligns with our continuous aspirations.
WHERE TO SHOP
11 rue des Grands Augustins
This serene Japanese antique store is a testament to the beauty of simplicity, a philosophy that deeply resonates with me.
ASTIER DE VILLATTE
16 rue de Tournon
Their handcrafted ceramics blend tradition and modernity, inspiring timeless elegance. I have Astier de Villatte to thank for my exquisite plates
TRUDON RIVE GAUCHE
78 rue de Seine
My candles, sourced exclusively from Trudon, embody exclusivity and refinement.
8 rue Saint-Sulpice
Liwan's vibrant Mediterranean fashion celebrates distinctive style, embodying the cultural richness we cherish.
WHERE TO EXPLORE
JARDIN & MUSÉE DU LUXEMBOURG
Entry by the Senate, 15 rue de Vaugirard
The Jardin du Luxembourg, nestled in the heart of Paris, is my sanctuary of peace and creativity.
The Musée du Luxembourg, Paris's first public museum, alongside the garden's lush landscapes, inspires me deeply. Here, I am surrounded by art, history, and nature's tranquility, which fuels my creative vision for Nimette.
The diverse art in these galleries ignites creativity and passion, elements essential in any artistic endeavor.
LIBRAIRIE FRANÇOIS CHANUT
41 rue Mazarine
A haven for collectors of rare and antique books, this bookstore connects me to the rich tapestry of history.