Marie Le Fort
Grand Ecart art festival in St. Briac. From July 8th to September 9th,
the Grand Ecart art festival is showcasing the traditional and the contemporary, painting and music, renowned artists and children’s drawings to discover St. Briac in all its glory. Exhibitions and concerts punctuate the event throughout the summer and invite participants to discover the architectural heritage of the city, the Mecca of seaside resorts.
A fashionable brunch at the Table du Huit. In the still-secret garden or at the restaurant, amongst the very Parisian decor designed by Maison Martin Margiela, chef Benoit Hilaire combines beautiful flavours and products to create a gourmet and refined brunch. In addition to the sweet and savoury buffet, he has recently invited Japanese chef Akiyuki Nakamura to make sushi and thus vary the pleasures. As for the cocktails, Nader the barman has concocted specialties with and without alcohol.
From 12pm to 4pm on Sunday. From 48 euros.
Observe the Blue Moon in Vietnam. Do you know the Blue Moon? This astrological phenomenon as exceptional as it is rare takes place on August 31. To observe this extraordinary event from a haven of luxury, The Leading Hotels of the World is offering a timeless getaway in Han Hoi, Vietnam. Situated on a beautiful sandy beach, The Nam Hai hotel invites you to discover the diversity of the cultural heritage and the hospitality of the people. With a 5 night package (from 1,160 euros) you can visit the city and neighbouring sites registered to the World Heritage of Unesco, the waterways and learn about the richness of Vietnamese cuisine.
in the « Transmissions » exhibition in Paris. The “Transmission” exhibition intends to highlight the excellence of French design and the value of the savoir-faire that has been handed down from generation to generation for the sake of continuity, but also for evolution. The work of the house of Daum fits perfectly into this project of transmission between artists and designers. It is therefore only natural that the house will present a number of works in the exhibition at the Hotel de Ville in Paris.
Sziget Festival, the Budapest rock version. From August 6 to 13, Budapest is having its rock ’n roll moment with the Sziget Festival, recently voted “Best European Festival”. For the 20th anniversary of the event, nearly 400,000 festival-goers from 60 countries are expected on the island of Obudai on the banks of the Danube, for eight days of concerts. In total, more than 400 concerts will follow one another on twenty stages. Guests will have the opportunity to see The Stone Roses, legendary Manchester band that is reuniting fifteen years after their separation, LMPFAO, The Killers, Placebo, Deus, Paolo Nutini, Maximo Park and The Tings Tings. The French music scene has not been left out: Shaka Ponk, The xx and the rappers of 1995 are all participating in the largest music show of the summer. For festival goers from the Hexagon, a French Camping is even being planned…
de la modernité», costumes from the twentieth century at the Opéra de Paris.
The National Opera of Paris and the National Library of France are putting the odyssey of stage costume to the test of modernity by exhibiting creations by the greatest artists of the twentieth century at the Palais Garnier, from Marc Chagall to Yves Saint Laurent, who designed for the singers and dancers of the Opera. The exhibition is complemented by a tribute to the workshops in the public spaces of the Palais Garnier.
Until September 30.