In front of the success of its two previous editions, the Prince de Galles is re-celebrating the Russian New Year Eve. Let’s meet on January 12th at 8:30 pm, in the patio of the famous palace which is dressed in a very wintery decoration for the occasion!
Franz Potisek, interior designer and Florence Fontaine, collector of objects, paintings and ceramics, have in common the love of the beautiful and the good! Gathered in front of an oven, they have developed for their friends a cream caramel out of competition.
Some sweetness again this week with praline chocolates from the Pâtisserie des rêves, the fashion cocktails from Renaissance Paris Arc de Triomphe, the Paris snacks from the hotel Nell or the gourmet specialties from the Alsace Christmas Market in Paris. But also great gourmet addresses: La Mandragore in Montmartre, the Régalade that changes of address and the good initiative of Châteaux & Hôtels Collection for the Restaurants du Coeur.
“Thomas Couture” at the Museum of Romantics
To mark the bicentenary of Thomas Couture, six museums in Paris and in Picardie get together to honor this outstanding artist of the nineteenth century. Often recognized as the master of Manet, he nevertheless played a vital role in the history of modern painting, as evidenced by the attachment of the Romans of the decadence, in the center of the nave at the Orsay Museum.
This week, PLUME VOYAGE Magazine invites you to go to the market with an array of Relais & Châteaux michelin starred chefs, to discover the 5th district of Paris with the guide and personal shopper of Hotel Les Dames du Panthéon, to enjoy a meal in one of Puteaux’s ancient greenhouses at Eugène Eugène or to sip a 100% parisian gin cocktail at the Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme, just a few ides for this week.
This week, PLUME VOYAGE invites you at Gallery S. Bensimon for « Things that make your heart beat », « Panor’almas, take 2 » an insight into the Brazilian scene at La Vitrine, at the musée du Quai Branly for « Tattooers tattooed » and at the DS World Paris for « Yves Saint Laurent ; the designer’s intimate world »
Still in Paris? Make the most of it and enjoy a few of the sunny spots down by the Seine, which gives you the chance to try specially selected products like at Mademoiselle Rose, or perhaps the bistro-nomic side of things at Bistrot d’Alexandre III. Families love brunch at the Quai Ouest and night-owls relish wild parties at the Guinguette.
This week, PLUME VOYAGE invites you to discover jewellery by Jean Grisoni and the Elsa Vanier gallery, the superb collection of landscape loincloths from Bernard Collet at the Maison de l’Afrique, photographs of Calcutta by Patrick Faugenbaum at the Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson or even the work of Simone and Lucien Kroll on ecological urban architecture at the Cité de l’architecture.
A weekend without a public holiday? But there are still so many exhibitions to see…PLUME VOYAGE urges you to make the most of it, to swing by the arty universe of the Chelsea Hotel in New York with Renoma or the jazz world at the Maison des Etats-Unis, to go behind the fashion scenes with Simon Procter at the InterContinental or marvel at the designer vegetal creations of Alexis Tricoire.
Les Deux Magots, the Parisian sun-spot
As if it needs an introduction – Les Deux Magots epitomises the city of Paris, on the crossroads of boulevard Saint-Germain and la place Saint-Germain-des-Prés.