Growing up in the boulangerie of his grandfather, Marletti’s interest in all things pastry was piqued at an early age. Since the late 80s he’s been creating delicious concoctions at various locations across Paris, and in 2007 he opened his namesake patisserie in the 5ème arrondissement. His creations are eye-catching and delightfully playful, and you better believe his mouthwatering flavors will pack a memorable punch.
Gormley and Gamble
Founded by women and specializing in women’s suiting, Gormley and Gamble focus on craftsmanship, fabric, and design, all in an effort to create the perfect pieces, by women for women. Their made to measure items necessitate a no-obligation consultation and in-person meeting, but once you’re draped in a custom creation you’ll understand why that’s necessary. Good news though, in 2020 the brand plans on launching a ready to wear line that you won’t have to wait for.
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© Courtesy of Cakeboy
Leave it to an American in Paris to fill the void when it comes to traditional layer cakes covered in buttercream. The San Francisco transplant had a hard time finding layer cakes in Paris amongst the city’s vast sweet offerings, so he decided to start making them himself. Baking out of his apartment in Le Marais, his now sought after goodies often pop up in select Paris cafés. If you can’t manage to find one of Cakeboy’s creations, don’t fret—he also offers workshops and tours.
La Pâtisserie du Meurice par Cédric Grolet
Searching for something truly Instagram-worthy? Cedric Grolet, known as the World’s Best Pastry Chef, finally has his own boutique full of everything from brioche Bundt cakes to his legendary ‘trompe-l’oeil’ sculpted fruit. We’re obsessed with one cake in particular though: his 27 flavored Rubik’s Cube Cake. I mean, come on. Whatever would possess him to come up with this bizarre birthday cake remains a mystery, and we’re totally okay with that.
Dangerously alluring assassin Villanelle (Jodie Comer) leads a glamorous life in BBC America's hit series, Killing Eve. Her tastes are expensive, her fashion is distinctive and her passion for travel is as legendary as her insatiable bloodlust. Let's take a tour of the destinations featured in the show and discover why these European cities continue to draw in curious travellers such as Villanelle.
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