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Stock photographs of Paris

by photographer David Henry printed in the January/February and July/August 2004 issues of “Travel+Life”, published by Virtuoso, and the June and July 2002 issues of EasyJet’s in-flight magazine. Pictures of specific bars, restaurants, shops, boutiques and events in Paris to illustrate articles and stories about new and current trends in dining, shopping, clubs, bistrots, cafés and leisure activities in Paris.

All of these pictures are available as high-resolution TIFF image files, and naturally, any of these pictures can be converted to black and white. Many others were taken at each photo shoot, so there are plenty of other choices if you don’t see exactly what you are looking for. Photography shoots can also be arranged in Paris and the surrounding regions…


Rue Cler, one of the city’s loveliest open air markets overflows with ripe cheeses and handmade candies

Café and casse-croûte on rue Cler

Arnys, is on the Left Bank, at 14 rue de Sèvres; more cashmere than corduroy; more blue and gray than brown and green

Cashmere and wool at Arnys’ left-bank salon

The ground floor boutique at Arnys in Paris

Neckwear and handkerchiefs at Arnys’ left-bank boutique

Vito cutting a pattern for a custom-made suit at Arnys

Vito the tailor cutting designs for custom-made clothing at Arnys

Thread count: Cifonelli, at 31 rue Marbeuf, specializes in custom-made suits.

Cifonelli specializes in custom-made suits

This is the fitting room upstairs, much larger than Cifonelli’s ground-floor boutique

Fabric on display in Cifonelli’s palatial fitting room

The three shoemakers only speak French—and usually while holding tacks in the corner of their mouth.

P. Corthay is Paris’ great cobbling anachronism

A pair of shoes starts at 800 euros, as they are custom-made, pair-by-pair, for the person who will wear them

The workshop at shoemaker Pierre Corthay

The revolution passed before the square was renamed place de la Concorde and architect Jacques-Ignace Hittorff began his redesign of Paris’ largest plaza in 1835.

Fontaine des Mers, place de la Concorde, Paris

Sea creatures represent the mastery of water on the Fontaine des Mers.

Three statues in the fontaine des Mers at place de la Concorde, Paris

Le Cabaret with its designer interior and prime fashionista location

Le Cabaret with its designer interior

Colette mixes and matches fashion with music, art and water bar

Colette—a designer boutique for funky young things

If your home is in need of an antique knick-knack or two, peruse the wide choice of high quality goodies displayed by 250 antique dealers in the 1855 building of a former grand magasin

Louvre des Antiquaires features everything from gleaming silverware to precious jewelery and delicate porcelain

La Palette, at 43 rue de Seine, is a nostalgic little bistrot, with dark, cozy interior, a dedicated clientele of locals and a young, cool crowd

La Palette is a nostalgic little bistrot

The clientele on the quirky side

L’Imprévu is a friendly little bar, near the Pompidou Centre

OK, so the quality’s not on a par with the Louvre des Antiquaires but that doesn’t mean that a trained eye can’t pick up a bargain or two

Saint-Ouen Flea Markets: Vintage clothes, African drums, beaded bags, gaudy mirrors, retro furniture, old videos

Mango comes up with the goods at very reasonable prices

Mango interprets the season’s designerwear

Anne-Christine Habbard and Olaposi Fadahunsi chat over a quiet evening at the Lounge Bar

The Lounge Bar in place de la Bastille

A barman and a waitress take a break before the evening’s passage of dinner guests

Bon 2: a cozy new restaurant

The hotel is a chic but fun place to sip a cocktail, with a series of neat tables lit by baby chandeliers and fake candles.

The recently opened bar of the Plaza Athénée hotel

Esther and Thomas Petry said the cuisine is excellent, with a spicyness that “creeps up on you”

Bindi, a recent Franco-Indian fusion fashion-industry restaurant

A barman and a waitress take a break before the evening’s passage of dinner guests

OYA specializes in board games from around the world

the pool is open from 9pm until midnight on weekdays throughout the year

Piscine Pontoise, an ornate public swimming pool

For some real pampering, the hammam at Les Bains du Marais stays open until midnight Wednesday and Sunday for a mixed crowd

The haircutting salon at Les Bains du Marais

Pictured here is the café «Les Éditeurs», in the 6th arrondissement of Paris

Friday Night Skate Fever: a Parisian institution


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