Step inside, and all you'll see is white, everywhere. You'll wonder if you've died and gone to minimalist heaven.
Le White is a nomad concept store which brings together art works and design objects entirely in white. The objects on display - limited or unlimited edition artworks - are by visionary young designers, illustrators, photographers and artists from all corners of the world, all carefully hand-picked by artistic director Violaine Carrère.
Sure, the entire space may look like a gallery where touching the artwork is prohibited, but here's the best thing about Le White: the objects are for sale!
As an ephemeral concept store, Le White has already set up shop in several places: The Splendens Gallery in the 8th arrondissement, a Rue Muller showroom in the 18th arrondissement, a beautiful space in the Marché aux Puces in Saint-Ouen. Carrère curates different…
Boasting over 200 different kinds of cheeses from 15 different countries, Käseland possesses some pretty serious street cred amongst cheese-lovers. Located within the hustle and bustle of Naschmarkt, the city’s largest market, the sweet and sour smells of cheese hit you as soon as you walk through the door. Käseland has a history stretching right back to the beginnings of the market, before it was a tourist destination, and has held a legendary status amongst the city’s locals for over 40 years. Many hotels and restaurants source their cheese from here. Think of it as a United Nations of cheeses. The friendly, long-serving team are cheese professionals, well-rehearsed in the particularities of the various assortments - especially Maria, who has being working here for over three decades and claims that she has never found a husband as she is “married to the cheese.” While they stock more cheese than you ever knew existed, they also sell products that are typically enjoyed with cheese…