Issue No. 27 | The Paris Issue
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In this issue, Kinfolk visits Paris and explores one of the world’s most iconic cities, examining the essence of joie de vivre and how it translates into life outside the French capital.
They spent a day in the Marais with Ramdane Touhami, the energetic entrepreneur behind L’Officine Universelle Buly, visited the modernist pied-à-terre of Emmanuel de Bayser, pored over the archives at Hermès, and met a diverse roster of Parisians that have made their city one of Kinfolk (and our) favorites.
Also in Issue Twenty-Seven, Kinfolk met musician Benjamin Clementine, delved into the life and work of artist Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian in Tehran, drilled into subjects such as loneliness, the dead of night and true grit, spoke to fashion designer Khalid Al Qasimi and met dancers Akram Khan and Michaela Prince, plus much more.
An amazing read and equally great coffee table book!