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10 March 2019
Vitalie Taittinger discusses the state of the champagne industry, we visit the kitchen of master baker Christophe Vasseur in Paris and we head to Le Salon d’Agriculture. Plus: we take a tour of Maison Michel – the milliners to Chanel – and one Monocle staffer muses on her love of Opinel knives.
10 March 2019
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