april 23, 2016



Written by Les Enfants a Paris

When in Paris, not only do you find yourself constantly crossing the Seine to get to the Louvre, the Musee d’Orsay, the great squares and shops of the Right Bank, the Eiffel Tower and famous cafes of the Left Bank, but images of it are everywhere: on postcards, in books of photographs and in Impressionist paintings. Even the city’s official logo of a sailing ship pays tribute to this the Seine that is Paris’s heart and soul, and that courses through it in a grand seven-mile arc.
Manon, Elisa and Alexander had a great time running down by the Seine and checking out boats at the quai.
Get inspired by these beautiful photo’s taken by Candice Cohen Photography.
Down by the seine
Down by the Seine … Alexander is wearing a handknit pullover sweater by Flora and Henri made of 100% baby alpaca combined with jeans shorts by I Dig denim.
Elisa down by the seine
Elisa is wearing a top by Monoprix and a cardigan by Flora and Henri. The exquisite details and incredible comfort make this cardigan a stand out of the season. Handknit, gathered shoulders, classic cables. Elisa’s leggings with bird print are by Christina Rohde.
Alexander is wearing a classic pair of shoes that match any outfit! A co-label of Flora and Henri and Pepe Children’s Shoes.
Down by the Seine. Elisa’s shoes are by Tel Yok.
Alexander’s sunglasses are by Rainbow & Snow via S Agency available at Orange Mayonnaise.
Manon is wearing a cardigan by Sergent Major, shorts by Flora and Henri and tights by H&M.
All photo’s taken by Candice Cohen for Les enfants a Paris.
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