...or Peugot Avenue, as they like to call it (with not even a hint of pretension).
Redesigned in 2002, this extremely smart showroom is actually quite small compared to some of the other car manufacturers vying for your attention on the Champs Elysées.
However, beyond the inevitable shiny shiny cars, Peugeot can lay claim to having the best boutique; toy cars and other branded items can be yours for a price, and many non-French people may not know that they are also well know for their sturdy-yet-chic salt and pepper mills (true!).
Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
Rejoice, Warhol and Lichtenstein's fans! Here's your opportunity to appreciate the work of these and other classic American pop artists.
The renowned Musee Maillol of Paris, France, is displaying the "Pop Art - Icons That Matter" exhibit in a showcase that takes place from now until January 21st, 2018.
These pieces will highlight the wit, whimsy, and cultural revolutions of the U.S. during the 60's and 70's, which makes it a prime opportunity for visitors to engage with the culture and values of both of these pivotal decades, with the focus on American consumerism.
Indeed, there was a sharp difference the budding trend of abstract expressionism and the "pop" art style -- an approach that offered a unique perspective on everyday American objects and concepts.
Although this collection of classics from respected artists of both decades is both dazzling and bold, bear in mind that irony and sarcasm are ultimately the driving force behind these famous pieces.