Paris wasn’t only made for love. The home of Edith Piaf and Charles Aznavour enriched us with so much culture. From music, sports, film to fashion, Paris somewhat molded our creative process. Also, it opened our minds to an entirely new world. ‘La Vie Parisienne’ is not a fairy tale, it’s a real thing. The city isn’t only about its exquisite wines, baguettes, museums, couture brands and overpriced restaurants. Just like any other metropolitan city, Paris has trashy metro stations with devious pickpockets. In addition to its rusty grocery stores, starving artists and a lot of rain at the moment. To that end, we made a stopover at Stalingrad with photographer Julia Dubois to show you another side of the city of love.Editorial: Paris Under The RainEditorial: Paris Under The RainEditorial: Paris Under The RainEditorial: Paris Under The RainEditorial: Paris Under The RainEditorial: Paris Under The Rain

Photography by Julia Dubois Rosca for ENFNTS TERRIBLES
Production and styling by ENFNTS TERRIBLES
Model: Julian (Metropolitan Models)