4.6
The New Paris

The New Paris by Lindsey Tramuta

Smithsonian

“Through its colorful photography and intimate tone, Tramuta’s book invites readers to rethink what they know about the romantic, often-stereotyped city.”

Featured in Smithsonian’s Best Travel Books of 2017.

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The New Paris hallmarks a complete look at the swiftly evolving world of pastry, wine, food, beer, fashion, and more importantly, people crafting their identities in Paris with a refreshingly creative entrepreneurial spirit. 

The author Lindsey Tramuta substantiates the entire timeline of 2016 by taking into account, the various events in the history of Paris, which is considered as one of the world’s most iconic cities. She pens down the details as to how and why this city has always remained Parisian, yet reluctantly unfolded itself in various revolutionary ways.

Through this book, Lindsey gives you an insight of the very individuals who inspired and led the changes, through personal conversations, in-depth profiles, and interactive interviews. These details are bound to enhance any Paris lover’s experience and perception about this city.

According to the research and studies conducted by Lindsey, Paris now is a dynamic and happening place that is way too sophisticated in attitude than ever before, bursting with vibrant energy and ideas. She claims that this new ingenious movement is partly propelled by the economic crisis of 2008, which helped the city shape a completely new way of life.

Comprising of 300 pages of text and 150 pages of colorful photographs from Charissa, The New Paris is an incontestable game changer in its league. It is more than an address book, and any guide to Paris would be incomplete without it.