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BS in Paris – A Brocante in Marais

After a lengthy pause, mostly caused by some of our staff members traveling to different conferences across the big pond and some other members working like there’s no tomorrow, we’re back with BS in Paris – this time (yet again) we take the story away from the rooftops of Paris and we ramble on in a Marais flea market (brocante) set between Le Progrès Bar and the food market Les Enfants Rouges. Take a look at our (anything but) enlightened take on this cherished Parisian and French institution of paddling used items, second and third grade art, decomposing clothes, broken lamps and other lovable vintage and memorabilia heart-throbs.





P.S. This time around there is only video as the visuals are a quite important aspect of the whole experience. Sorry our dear audiophiles, we’ll get back to you shortly.