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Picasso Bleu and Rose, a collaboration of Orsay and Picasso Museums
From 18 September 2018 to 6 January 2019
The Orsay and Picasso Museums are teaming up to offer an unforgettable exhibition of the work of Pablo Picasso from 1900 to 1906, a magnificent period which has never been covered entirely to this day.
The two collaborating Parisian institutions promise an exceptional exploration into an alternative body of work. Visit Musée d’Orsay for an artistic experience that will blow your mind away.
Location : Musée d’Orsay, 1 rue de la Légion d'Honneur, 75007 Paris
Paris Fashion Week – the ultimate Parisian experience
From 24 September to 2 October 2018
This Autumn, Paris Fashion Week will be taking place in numerous locations throughout Paris. This fashion show is a prominent event for the fashion industry globally, where fashion designers, as Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Stella McCartney and more, are to introduce their Women’s collections for the upcoming Spring/Summer 2019. The perfect occasion to experience an original runway show in the capital of fashion.
Locations : usually the Carrousel du Louvre, Palais Royal, Hôtel De Ville, Centre Pompidou, Invalides, Grand Palais and Palais de Tokyo.
A beautiful tribute to Martin Margiela at the Arts Décoratifs of Paris
From March 22 to September 2, 2018
We can't speak of Frenchy luxury without speaking of the historical partnership between "la Maison Hermès" and the talented Martin Margiela. He was the brand's artisitic Director from 1997 to 2003. The exhibition "Margiela, Hermès years" offers a total immersion into the world of the one who changed completely fashion codes at the end of the 90's.
From its first days at Hermès until he created its own brand, the exhibition offers you to discover through its different luxurious creations the way Martin Margiela sees modern luxury.
Adress : 107 rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris
Subway stations : Palais Royal-Musée du Louvre, Tuileries, Pyramides
With "Vendôrama", the famous house offers a showcase of the Place Vendôme trades in a digital and interactive way. A new kind of experience in a new format highlighting contemporary applications tied to new technologies. Amazing!
By registration only, discover the works of the Boucheron house created in 1893, through total immersion in the manufacturing process. From the design concept to the revelation of the jewel, the brand will have no secrets for you.
After years spent admiring its shop windows and shivering in front of the fashion shows of Saint Laurent Paris, a museum dedicated to the great creator opens its doors on Avenue Marceau.
The couturier’s body of work on the legendary premises of his former haute couture house is presented at the Yves Saint Laurent Paris Museum, alternating between retrospective displays and temporary thematic exhibitions.
The Museum is the first of this scale dedicated to the work of one of the twentieth century’s greatest couturiers to open in the capital of fashion. One more reason to go !
The Champs Elysées Avenue celebrates the 7th art with the Champs Elysées Film Festival
From June 15th to 22nd, 2017
The festival was born in 2012 thanks to Sophie Dulac, movie distributor and producer. Its goal ? celebrate and promote french and american independant cinema. The strength of this festival ? Involve the general public. All spectators and film enthusiasts can take part in selecting the winner. They can vote for a film in competition, attend lectures about the 7th art, participate in preview showing with the movie’s team …
The 2016 edition attracted more than 23 500 spectators, wich places this event as the first parisian cinema festival in terms of attendance. Will the 2017 edition be more successful … ?
Dalida: Palais Galliera exhibits its famous clothes
Exhibition from April, 27 to August, 13 2017
A glamorous gesture, a perfect body, a fashion icon, a recognizable voice… The famous singer Dalida was all this ! To celebrate the thirtieth anniversary of his disappearance, the Palais Galliera opens the doors of its fabulous wardrobe. Thanks to its incredible sense of fashion and style, Dalida has attracted the greatest fashion designers: 50s New Look dresses from Carven, and chic from Loris Azzaro, balmain sixties chasuble dress, sequined and disco costumes by Michel Fresnay in the 70s, classic and timeless from Yves Saint Laurent ... Dalida has dared everything, worn everything...
What about a shopping getaway? Let yourself be charmed by the boutiques of the Rue Faubourg St Honoré. The famous names of French Haute Couture. In addition to the many luxurious boutiques that have set up on the street, there are many embassies and, at number 55 the famous Elysée Palace.
The Bourdelle Museum devotes an exhibition to the brand Balanciaga from March, 8th to July, 16th 2017. The exhibition focuses on blacks, light and colors! Both opaque and transparent, matt or brilliant, the play of light contrasts with the white of the plaster figures, hard, dry, cold. The exhibition reveals the most iconic pieces of the dressmaker of the couturiers, Cristóbal Balenciaga. Thus, more than 70 out-of-the-ordinary Balenciaga outfits, day pieces, suits, jackets, boleros, mantillas, cape reinvented in coats are highlighted in the Museum's rooms.
Exhibition shows, how, with talent, the designer used lace, embroidery, satin ribbons, jet beads, sequins, guipures and other silk velvet to make unique pieces that cross the time.
Once again The Grand Palais will become the setting for this event that takes place every two years: The Biennale des Antiquaires.
The opening is scheduled for Friday, September 9th beginning at 6:00PM for the lucky ones who have been able to get one of 500 precious entry tickets at 500 Euros each ...
A little more reasonable (for 35 Euros) on the next day at 11:00AM, the doors of the contemporary art exhibition open to you until 8:00PM (on Thursday the 15th until 11:00PM).
This year, the biennale offers you the theme "A century of French elegance", highlighting 34 works previously unavailable to the public loaned by "The State Hermitage Museum" of Saint Petersburg. Located in the Salon d'Honneur (1st floor).
In partnership with Le Mobilier National (formerly Garde-meuble de la Couronne), you will enjoy a selection of the most representative pieces of 20th century French creation.
Salon d'Honneur (1st floor).
Finally, in the nave of the Grand Palais, Swiss watchmakers are invited to the party with this thematic exhibition entitled "The Conquest of Time". A hundred artefacts and historical horological pieces come to show the ingenuity that man has shown over the centuries to master his temporal environment.
You have until September 18th to enjoy the Biennale!
Have you ever tasted the joys of a giant outdoor screen in summer? If this is not the case so come enjoy at the dusk of a program which this year revolves around the theme "The costumes in cinema." See you on July 13 to kick off with "Gravity". Full program on the site https://lavillette.com/evenement/cinema-en-plein-air-dress-code/
Be aware that projection starts at dusk, and for a comfortable sitting chairs can be rented on site (from 19: 30).
Albert Marquet’s retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art of the City of Paris
March 30th 2016
Eluded by Matisse and their respective friendship as well as by Fauvism, the Museum of Modern Art of the City of Paris proposes a retrospective of the painter Albert Marquet (1875-1947) through hundreds of exhibits.
Hardly comparable to any movement, we could describe him as a post impressionist but this is not enough. Given the paintings that depict Paris from the early twentieth century, perhaps we tend to classify him in the "contemplatives". However, when Albert Marquet catches the instant of the Parisian life with his charcoal or his ink, it turns out to be very delicate to associate him with any artistic wave.
Have we aroused your curiosity? Come discover that unknown artist at the Museum of Modern Art of the City of Paris from the 25th March to the 21st of August 2016.
Agricultural Show, Porte de Versailles from February 27th to March 6th, 2016
A must-see event, the next International Agricultural Show will once again bring together those who love our lands, whether they are professionals, destined to become one or, more simply, curious.
Held from February 27th to March 6th at the Porte de Versailles salons, it will showcase our diversity through our thirteen beautiful regions, in keeping with the recent territorial reform. More than 3850 animals, the most beautiful farm products as well as appealing culinary demonstrations make it authentic and friendly, like the fine crafts it highlights, grain farmers, breeders and other farmers. And let's not forget Cerise, the iconic cow of this 2016 edition, nothing less!
Here is an exhibition which will attract an expert eye at the Grand Palais. A hundred pieces, some unpublished, are exhibited alongside some of the great masters of contemporary art like Andy Warhol or David Hockney. Often pioneer in his time, Picasso demonstrates here all his genius. Grand Palais, Avenue Winston Churchill (VIII) from Wednesday to Saturday, from 10 am to 10 pm , Sunday and Monday from 10am to 8pm. Until February 29th, 2016.
A desire for delicacies? So don't resist and go to the pastry chef, especially since many great names in French cuisine are offering their versions of these little sweets that we love so much. Whether it is Christophe Michalak in the 10th arrondissement, Philippe Conticini in the 17th or Jean François Piège in the 7th, the chefs invade the city and spoil us by creating and recreating the best desserts of French gastronomy. A detour at Fauchon, Ladurée or Carette? Or perhaps an "éclair de génie"? Go ahead and bring some back to the concierge!
Hidden behind the Place des Ternes in the 17th arrondissement, rue Poncelet reveals many surprises. Its market lends a village atmosphere where the freshest products all look more attractive than each other! Do not miss the cheese maker Alléosses, probably one of the best cheese makers in Paris. Rue Poncelet, a lively street for gourmands, ideal for mingling with Parisians doing errands or having a coffee.