The Concierges' Gazette

Going out in September


The Musée des Arts Décoratifs is exposing the work of the designers from the Maison Dior since its beginnings. With more than 300 Haute Couture dresses created from 1947 until nowadays the exhibition Christian Dior, couturier du rêve unveils the most beautiful outfits and accessories of this legendary brand.  Until January 7th.

The Musée Guimet, unveils the exhibition Paysages japonais, de Hokusai à Hasui through paintings belonging to the national foundation. Discover the land of the rising sun through impressionist paintings representing seasons and monuments, urban work of art and unique pieces created by Japanese masters. This exhibition will guide you through three centuries of history. Until October 2nd.

The Musée du Quai Branly takes you back in time and presents Aztec Hotel. This exhibition will make you travel in the heart of the Aztec and Maya civilization. Discover the most beautiful architectures of this forgotten empire. Until October 8th.



The Folies Bergère takes us back in time to World War II in the musical Un été 44 recalling three decisive months of the war from the landing of June 6th, 1944 in Normandy to the liberation of Paris on August 25th. The songs have been written by famous names like Goldman, Aznavour or Chamfort. From September 15th to October 28th.



Indoor or in the patio, the luxury brasserie of the new Crillon and his Chef Christopher Hache propose you asparagus grilled on a barbecue for starter, sole meunière “Grenobloise” for the main course. For the dessert, the pastry Chef Jérôme Chaucesse, M.O.F 2015, proposes his unique strawberry Vacherin, coconut and aloe vera. Make sure to visit the awesome bar in place of the former restaurant “Les Ambassadeurs”. Menu at 44 Euro, count 100 Euro a la carte. Open every day. 10 Place de la Concorde, 8th.

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