In celebration of a new season’s collections, Vogue Paris have taken over the atrium of infamous department store Le Printemps Haussmann from 23rd January to 22nd March. During fashion week, what could be better than a stylish pit stop and a sneak preview of the magazine house’s many inspirations alongside a sweet treat or two?

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Vogue and Printemps have also teamed up with renowned patisserie and restaurant Maison Hugo & Victor with an offering of sweet and savoury bites plus, of course, a selection of exquisite pastries. The café’s design combines 1950s modernism with a touch of Scandinavian style – think geometric touches to fixtures and fittings with mid-century sculptures and vintage Vogue covers adorning the walls. Of course, there’s the latest edition of the magazine to leaf through too, as you take a quick gastronomic rest-bite from the packed schedule of shows.

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Based just outside London, Sarah-Leigh Bunting is a seasoned editor and marketer, having worked with some of the world's biggest fashion and interior brands and retailers. In 2012 Sarah-Leigh co-founded What Peggy Did Next (http://www.whatpeggydidnext.co.uk/), an event and communications agency based in the UK. You can follow Sarah on... Instagram - @sarah_leigh_b Twitter - sarah_leigh_b Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/SarahLeighsStyleFiles/