It’s no secret that the season of cashmere sweaters, leather coats and breezy strolls through SoHo is in full swing throughout NYC but is there anyplace in the world which truly breathes with the oud of autumnal rentrée quite like Paris with its curbside cafés, motorbike-lined Jardin des Tuileries and heaps of crisp golden leaves underfoot at Père-Lachaise? Whether you're looking to indulge your inner francophile or simply seeking unequivocally cool inspiration for brisk afternoons, look no further than today's double-header paying homage to yé-yé icons and daydreams of autumn in Paris.
© Terry ONeill, 1971
© Terry O'Neill, 1980
© Terry ONeill, Date Unknown
© Bob Gruen, 1984
© Herman Leonard, 1960
© John R. Hamilton, 1969
© Chris Stein, Date Unknown
© Chris von Wangenheim, 1973
© Terry ONeill, 1969
© Condé Nast Collection, 1969
© Graham Nash, 1987
© Dick Waterman, 1970
© Barry Feinstein, 1966
© Herman Leonard, 1958
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