Fashion Friday:Paris the Stylish Way with Leslie Ngadimpovi

The fashion tour  of fashion week's across the globe wouldn’t be complete without a trip to Paris. Looking for the ultimate dose of high end fashion then Paris is your go to place and while you’re there why not live like a true stylish Parisian and check out all the gems only a true Parisian would know about? Meet 23 year old Leslie Ngadimpovi, this week’s fashion blogger who’s going to give us a tour of her Paris.


I’ve lived in Paris for the past 7 years and I absolutely love it. Mama Paris is my fashion blog that also focuses on beauty, lifestyle and my love for the world of fashion and shopping


Why Paris? What do you love most about your city?

Paris is beautiful and a fashion blogger’s dream but what I like most is to have a drink with friends in trendy pubs in the capital.

What do you miss most when you are away?

My favourite district, Marais, this is my HQ for shopping.


What is the first thing you do when you return?

The first thing is to call my friends to go out.

Where is the best place to stay (hotel wise)?

The trendy and cosy Hotel Le Fouquet 's Barriere, it’s very upmarket Paris. If you’re looking for something less expensive the Ibis Hotel is usually not a bad choice.


Where would you meet friends for a drink?

Belmont Restaurant/Bar in the 2nd district is one of our favourite places to go; it’s modern and trendy.

Belmont Restaurant/Bar

What are your favourite places for lunch?

Paradis du Fruit because it's a gorgeous place with great ambience and they’ve got very nice food, but it’s not cheap.

Paradis du Fruit

And for dinner?

 Hotel Pershing Hall, they offer a refined and delicious cuisine. It is next to the Champs Elysees and it has lovely old architecture.

Best place to club it up?

L' Aristo Club or Crystal Lounge in the 8th arrondissement of Paris because it's famous and cosy and plays good music. You also have to try their brandy when you go.

Where is the best place to shop?

In the district of Le Marais, the Champs-Elysées, it’s typical but hard to beat, they have everything.

Le Marais

Where would you take a first time visitor?

A Saint-Michel-Notre-Dame, because there's the famous Notre-Dame de Paris and the Latin Quarter is lively in the evening.

What would you tell them to Avoid?

Champs Elysees at night is a place to avoid.

Champs Elysees

What is the absolute must do one thing in your city and why?

Visit the Louvre because it is a museum not to be missed when it comes to Paris and especially because it’s where the ‘Mona Lisa’ is kept.