For me it is very easy to find an excuse to organise a trip to Paris. For instance last week-end we decided to spend one day in the French capital as I could not miss "Virgule, etc. - In the Footsteps of Roger Vivier", a retrospective exhibition to celebrate the shoe designer Roger Vivier, open until 18 November at the Palais de Tokyo. From my past posts you might know how much my feet love this label so you could imagine how happy they were wandering among dozens of beautiful vintage and contemporary Roger Vivier shoes (be ready for a separate post about the 140 models elegantly displayed like pieces of art). It was the first time I visited the Palais de Tokyo and I loved the vibe of its immense, bright spaces. Another positive point was its hip restaurant Tokyo Eat, which offers nice fusion cuisine (but nothing Japanese, in case you wonder) in a nearly industrial decor. Furthermore, I could not believe my luck when I realised that I was few meters away from Palais Galliera and "ALAÏA", the first retrospective dedicated to the true fashion genius of Azzedine Alaïa, open until 26 January. Alaïa's most iconic body-con designs were beautifully displayed like statues and it was possible to admire the incredible craftsmanship and unique aesthetic of this imaginative couturier. All in all, I could not ask for a more fashionable day!