About Amy Lynne Hayes

Amy Lynne Hayes is a writer and designer by trade and an avid traveler by heart. She first discovered her love for all things French while studying interiors in Paris, and has never quite gotten over the initial infatuation. When not planning her next escape to *La Belle France*, she can be found globe-trotting around other parts of the world and writing for her travel-inspired blog, Créatrice Mondial. Links to Published Works: The Parisian - Creatrice Mondial Paris, You're Always on My Mind



Author Archives: Amy Lynne Hayes

Sonia Delaunay: A Retrospective

March 16th, 2015 | by Amy Lynne Hayes

She’s a lady who had her fingers in almost every creative endeavor imaginable. Painting, fashion, bookbinding, home decorations, prints and


A Long Weekend in Toulouse

August 15th, 2014 | by Amy Lynne Hayes

Known as “The Pink City,” Toulouse is the gateway to southwestern France. The capital of the Midi-Pyrenees region gets its


A Long Weekend in Bordeaux

July 11th, 2014 | by Amy Lynne Hayes

Just a few hours by train to the south of Paris lies “La perle d’Aquitaine,” or The Pearl of Aquitaine.





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