Author(s): Angie Niles
The Parisian woman sparks admiration and envy wherever she goes. But as honorary French girl Angie Niles knows, there are as many ways to be Parisian as there are arrondissements. Find out what Parisian women wear, where they shop and hang out with their friends, the chicest decor tricks and how to cook and entertain - as if you just rolled out of bed and onto the cobblestone streets of Le Marais.
"A gorgeous and oh-so-chic fantasy voyage to Paris with all the tips and tricks to turn that fantasy into a reality! Angie even mentioned my favorite bread...ah the memories." Elizabeth Bard, "New York Times" Bestselling Author of "Lunch in Paris" and "Picnic in Provence" "As a die-hard New Yorker, I never once had an affinity to be Parisian until reading Bright Lights Paris! One part memoir, one part travel guide, it s the perfect book whether you have a ticket to Charles de Gaulle or not! I just loved it." Pandora Amoratis, Style Director at "OK!" magazine "Fantastic insight into the mind of the chic Parisian girl we all secretly want to feel like inside. It's a must have for anyone who wants a stylish and chic insider's view into the city of lights." Ashley Pearson, Writer, "Daily Mail" (UK) "Angie's passion for all things Parisian makes this book not only a beautiful coffee table tome but also an essential insider s guide to seeing the French capital in all its local glory. Chic, discerning and charming, it makes you want to walk in the footsteps of the fashionable Parisian neighborhood girls discovering the best local food and quirky, hidden gems." Belinda Wanis, Founder and Editor-in-chief of Belle About Town "A lovely hybrid of all the cliches still worth loving in Paris, and hundreds of insights into real Parisian woman and the allure of their daily lives. Part guide book, part lifestyle book, it is a delightful resource for any kind of woman wanting to visit the French capital or simply add a French touch to her life." Haleigh Chastain Wallsworth, Founder of Making Magique.com"
A fashion publicist and brand consultant, Angie Niles has worked with some of the biggest names in style planning red carpet events and fashion shows, international print campaigns, and even dressing some of the world s chicest stars for the Golden Globes and Oscars. She has lived on both the left and right banks of Paris and now currently resides in Brooklyn, or as "Vogue" magazine calls it, the left bank of New York. "