This really interesting article by Christina Passariello in the Wall Street Journal Fashion section – “New cyclist styles pedal their way into Paris” – mentions how the new wave bicycle revolution is continuing full steam ahead, intertwining fashion and cycling as one statement.

The cool cycling culture that started in Copenhagen is now gathering momentum in Paris. It seems that arriving fashionably late on two stylish wheels is the new vogue, with many fashion editors and models predicted to do just that at Paris Fashion Week.

Paris has also introduced a bike share scheme (Vélib’) to encourage more people to cycle. Copenhagen Cycle Chic has an article that talks about how the city is being transformed and how the Parisians are embracing urban cycle style in a convenient social context just like Copenhageners.

 

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This really interesting article by Christina Passariello in the Wall Street Journal Fashion section – “New cyclist styles pedal their way into Paris” – mentions how the new wave bicycle revolution is continuing full steam ahead, intertwining fashion and cycling as one statement.

The cool cycling culture that started in Copenhagen is now gathering momentum in Paris. It seems that arriving fashionably late on two stylish wheels is the new vogue, with many fashion editors and models predicted to do just that at Paris Fashion Week.

Paris has also introduced a bike share scheme (Vélib’) to encourage more people to cycle. Copenhagen Cycle Chic has an article that talks about how the city is being transformed and how the Parisians are embracing urban cycle style in a convenient social context just like Copenhageners.

 

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