left bank, left side of a waterway when facing downstream, esp. south of the Seine, an area of having a distinctive intellectual culture
I was wearing a lacy black nightgown and rive gauche by St. Laurent when I let him in.
It began at its northernly end in 1855 as boulevard Sbastopol, rive gauche.
He gave up his entire day to showing us the beauties of the rive gauche.
On Friday afternoon, when we were taking a walk along the quais of the rive gauche, we had no suspicion what was going to happen.
On the rive gauche the aspect of Paris grew even more alarming.
On the rive gauche, the walks at nightfall are more difficult to indicate.
I do not know of a more insidious temptation to buy what you do not need than loitering along the quais of the rive gauche.
Mr. Ionides says that once, on the rive gauche, they met Murger, and Whistler introduced him.