Discover the magic of Parisian gardens and flower markets, whose colours and textures provide endless creative inspiration for all designers.
Take a stroll through the Tuileries Gardens between the Louvre and place de la Concord, a chic promenade that has been open to the public since the 16th century.
Discover Claude Monet’s sanctuary, the heart of impressionism, at his home and garden in Giverny, where the peaceful surrounds provided subject matter for Monet paintings for 43 years.
The flower markets in Paris attract avid gardeners and wistful wanderers alike. Try the markets in Place Du Madeleine, Île de la Cité or Marché aux Fleurs et aux Oiseaux.
And if you’re in need of a pretty posy, locals swear by famed florist 'By Dani'. The arrangements and unique interior inspired the embroidery found in 'Amour' range.