Every month in France-Amérique, discover the best of French and Francophone culture in the United States.
Analysis of French-American news • French cultural events in the United States • Interviews with leading intellectuals • Fashion tips • Traditional and contemporary recipes • Reports from across the United States • Authors’ perspectives on America • Portraits of artists, entrepreneurs, and other French-American personalities • The best of Francophone literature translated into English • French movies and series in theaters and online • French habits and linguistic subtleties • Unique places to visit in France • And so much more…
The Love Issue
A Myth Reborn
During the Roaring Twenties, Josephine Baker, writer Jean Cocteau, and the Duchess of Windsor all wore her avant-garde jewelry. History had since forgotten the name Suzanne Belperron, but two treasure-hunting American businessmen have brought it back into the spotlight.
His American Heritage
I LOVE YOU, MON AMOUR
Ten Legendary French-American Couples
PAUL MORAND IN AMERICA
New York, an Urban Laboratory and the Future of Europe
Born in Paris in 1888, diplomat and writer
Paul Morand authored countless works from poems and short stories to brilliantly written novels. His most famous, The Man in a Hurry (1941), depicts the breakneck story of a Parisian antiques dealer obsessed with time. As an embassy attaché, Morand used his professional travels to fuel his literary career.
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