Celebrating 133 years in the world of perfumery, the House of Lenthéric saw its beginnings at the end of the 19th century during a period of great prosperity and growth in French history.

Guillaume Lenthéric, the founder, was a fashionable hairdresser who opened a salon in 1875 in Paris’s prestigious Rue St. Honoré. Now housing products like Hoity Toity, Kaleidoscope, Junkie and Solo.

You will need the latest version of Adobe Flash Player to view this site. Tour of the Louvre. Admired by millions… Dressed in absolute splendour… A vision of beauty and style… But enough about you, let’s talk about where you’re going. Le Palais du Louvre, home to some of Europe’s finest architecture and most exquisite art. But that certainly won’t stop you from turning a head or two as you parade around the palace like Marie Antoinette. It’s everything a girl could want. Well that and perhaps a gorgeous, artistically inclined Frenchman… Shopping on the Champs Élysée. It’s a shame when a girl has to end the day with as many pairs of shoes as she started. Which is why we think you’ll find the most sensible – and most fashionable – place to be in Paris is the Avenue des Champs-Élysée, where you can spend the daylight hours devotedly modeling the creations of Europe’s hottest designers. Of course that’s not to say you should ever actually lift a finger. Carrying shopping bags? Replacing unwanted items? That’s what men are for chèrie. Base jumping off the Eiffel Tower. It’s the tallest building in Paris... It’s over a hundred years old… It’s one of the most well known landmarks in the world... Cool. Now go throw yourself off it. When it comes to getting those adrenal glands racing, not much compares to Eiffel Tower base jumping. And seeing as how skateboarding was outlawed in public areas in 2001, it’s one of the last remaining ways to get your kicks. Although that’s not to say that it is actually legal… But at least they can only catch you once you’ve landed. French Café in the Quartier Latin. Strong black coffee, no sugar – the staple breakfast for any true Parisian. And best enjoyed at a traditional French café over talk of business, politics and, from time to time, women. Like the one whose eye you catch as you take a sip of your espresso. Or the one who winks at you and presses her business card into your pocket as she passes by. Ah yes, the perfect way to begin a day in the city of romance. And it’s not even noon yet. How about another coffee?