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  • It's free, says Ms. Romestain, in Comptoir's showroom within an old building in Paris's garment district.

    The Pitch: You Can Dress Like Your Mom

  • Mr. Chirac is due to stand trial on embezzlement charges related to his stint as Paris's mayor, the first time a former president of modern France is being forced to defend himself in court.

    French Court Lets Chirac Skip Trial

  • Or checking in on people leisurely laid out on the banks of Paris's Canal St. Martin as if they were posing for a modern-day Seurat painting.

    A Digital Odyssey

  • The former IMF chief arrived at Paris's Roissy Charles de Gaulle airport at about 7 a.m. 1 a.m.

    Strauss-Kahn back home, faces frosty welcome

  • Morbid Anatomy's Joanna Ebenstein visited the Cabinet of Curiosities of Bonnier de la Mosson, a magnificent 18th century collection of marvelous natural wonders now installed in a library attached to Paris's Museum of Natural History.

    Boing Boing

  • "Today, our priority is the ST-Ericsson turnaround," says the 58-year-old Italian, one of the few foreigners heading a company listed in Paris's benchmark CAC-40 index.

    No Chips in His Faith

  • Cossery was born in Cairo—he was of Syrian and Lebanese extraction—but wrote in French and lived much of his life in hotels in Paris's Latin Quarter.

    Tales of Jaunty Anarchy on the Nile

  • But they said Paris's aggressive posture is at times complicating the Obama administration's Mideast strategy.

    U.S., France Seek Balance on Mideast

  • Here, apartment blocks along the Seine in Paris's sixth arrondissement PARIS—The French residential real-estate market has withstood the euro-zone financial crisis, but some economists and market professionals warn that it shouldn't necessarily be seen as a haven of guaranteed returns, far from financial market turmoil.

    French Real Estate: A Little Bubbly

  • When L'Oréal Paris's trademark slogan "Because I'm Worth It" was coined 40 years ago, it captured a feminist revolution.

    L'Oréal Slogan Must Prove Worth Anew

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