Introducing the creator of the philanthropic pop-up The Reunion.
Following the birth of her second child, Amandine left her decade-long career in luxury cosmetics to found her “happy place”, The Reunion, a pop-up platform for the philanthropic ties each work with, those closest to her heart: her family as well as her community.
First opened in 1780, the Parc du Champ-de-Mars, (named after the Roman god, meaning ‘Field of Mars’) extends from the Eiffel Tower to the École Militaire. It can be accessed freely, and its lawns are often used as a place to gather to picnic, play music and watch the Eiffel Tower light up at nightfall.
Set in the heart of the birthplace of Paris, Île de la Cité, the Marché Aux Fleurs is one of the oldest still-trading flower markets in the world, a mainstay on the island city for over two centuries. Halfway between a covered and an open-air market, it is made of of six 1900-era pavillons around tree-lined walkways, surrounded by the waters of the Seine.
From Pigalle to the Sacré Coeur, the cobbled streets of Montmartre are an excursion into oldworld Paris. From spotting the colourful mosaic monsters hidden by street artist, Invader and murals from popular local street artists to older urban treasures such as sculptures, hidden spaces and architectural oddities, the walk also offers addresses for after the walk at which to have an ice-cream, coffee or a glass of wine.
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