Since settling in Paris in 2013, Seb Emina has brushed off his French and adapted to the character of the City of Light. When he and his wife first arrived, they settled in the Fifth Arrondissement south of the Seine River, which is home to iconic Latin Quarter landmarks such as the Panthéon and the Sorbonne. “It’s beautiful and traditional to the point of there being actual accordion players on street corners, ” Seb says. Now living in the Belleville This story is from Kinfolk Issue Twenty Buy Now Related Stories Arts & Culture Issue 41 We’ll Always Have Paris The clichéd capital of comparison. Arts & Culture Issue 30 Cult Rooms: Galerie Maeght Galerie Maeght: The shape-shifting gallery where the greatest generation of French artists got its start. Arts & Culture Issue 29 Excerpt: Franck Durand Creative director Franck Durand on building a once-defunct Holiday magazine into a mini empire. Arts & Culture Issue 27 Day in The Life: Ramdane Touhami Once homeless on the streets of Paris, entrepreneur Ramdane Touhami now presides over some of the city’s finest addresses with his beauty empire. Arts & Culture Issue 27 Paper Planes Better known for printing silk scarves, Hermès also prints a playful magazine. Arts & Culture Issue 24 The Bin Shabibs In a preview from our forthcoming book, The Kinfolk Entrepreneur, Pip Usher meets Rashid and Ahmed Bin Shabib.