About every month for a year now, Le Bal organises a screening outside its premises, but just on the other side of the road, at the Cinéma des Cinéastes. The projection is meant to match the current exhibition at Le Bal and to go further in screening the videos corresponding to either the exhibition itself or the world the artists evolve in. Read More
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The publishing conglomerate Condé Nast (editor of Vogue, Vanity Fair, Glamour, W) has played a determining role in fashion photography for about a century now.
After three years and five billion euros of renovating work, the palais Galliera chose to honour Azzedine Alaïa with a stunning opening exhibition, which you have only a few days left to see.
Every year, Chanel puts on a show called the Métiers d’Art. The show started when Chanel bought a number of small Paris ateliers a decade ago, including Lesage embroidery and Michel millinery. The move was a much-lauded effort to save handcrafts in Paris and France.
AFoodTale.com is launching his app! The guide to hot culinary spots and food magazine now allows the curious and the gourmets to hit upon the best restaurants in Paris. There are thousands of restaurants in the city of lights. Finding a really good one when you need it the most can be tough: the app A Food Tale enables people to find the perfect place from their smart phones. Read More
Parisians making their radio! The news have been all over the city for the past few weeks and La Machine du Moulin Rouge hosted its launch and fundraising party on October 24th. The party gathered more than 70 DJs (and future radio hosts) of the Parisian scene. The radio of “new underground cultures” was created with the idea to get all the French scene together in a total radio project. Read More
Strasbourg is the name of a French band from Bordeaux, France. After Lonely Walk and its album V.I.H.S., French label Satanic Royalty gave us its second release. This new EP certainly has to do with the first release, since the band is also from Bordeaux and is a project of Lonely Walk’s singer, Mickaël Appollinaire. Read More
If you like tattoos, you probably heard of The Tattoorialist, a blog inspired from Scott Schuman’s but featuring portraits and shot interviews of tattooed people. In Paris, but also Montreal, Berlin, … where the photographer travels. Between street style and art photographs, The Tattoorialist pictures are often simple and spontaneous, without striking poses. The spontaneity of the blog caught the attention of Elle magazine. Read More
Marithé+François Girbaud, the brand that transformed the denim industry as we know it today, has been placed into compulsory liquidation on November 6th 2013. Star of the podiums in the 80’s, the brand with the green square rapidly vanished from fashion weeks and magazines. Read More
As of October 30th, the French artist Philippe Parreno has taken over the huge Palais de Tokyo in Paris with a totally immersive show. Read More
One year after Chris Marker’s death, three major cultural events pay tribute to the life and career of this exceptional man. At Centre Pompidou, “Planète Marker” features until December 22nd an exhibition of a few of Marker’s installations in addition to a full retrospective of his films and videos. Read More