Art Basel 2022, when Emmanuel Perrotin made the city dance


The world’s most popular art fair is back, running to its usual dates, June 14-19. One of the most coveted art events, every year Art Basel attracts thousands of art dealers, artists and collectors: 290 galleries from forty countries exhibit their best finds and organize events for art aficionados. In short, it’s the perfect opportunity for Emmanuel Perrotin to return to the prestigious fair that he knows well. The gallery owner was quick to revive tradition and without further ado took over the Elisabethenkirche church, an emblematic monument of the city. As always, he transformed the central nave into a dance-floor with the special help of Perrier-Jouët. On the program for this Holy Tuesday: live performances by Lewis OfMan and Prudence, a DJ set by Pedro Winter and Myd and a very festive evening. On this magic night, one could meet all of the art crowd, let yourself be carried away by the night in an electric atmosphere, enjoying these privileged moments with a glass of Perrier-Jouët… Amen!

Paris Fashion Week: Giorgio’s party at Castel


Giorgio Armani chose Paris Fashion Week to celebrate the opening of their brand new boutique in the French capital, located at 2 Avenue Montaigne. To celebrate this new address in the best of ways, the Italian House had invited their friends and family to a cocktail party in the boutique followed by a private party at Castel. On the menu of “Giorgio’s Party” was a live performance by the Portofinos and a DJ set by 2ManyDJ’s in the hushed atmosphere of the club on Rue Princesse. With Coco Rocha, Maeva Giani Marshall, Alice David or Ariel Wizman.

“Ondes et Merveilles”: Chaumet surfs the wave at Hôtel Molitor Pool


Maison Chaumet called its new Haute Joaillerie collection “Ondes et Merveilles” (“Waves and Wonders” in English), echoing the ripples of water and the wonders summoned by the sea, tirelessly, to the soothing rhythm of the waves. But since 12 Vendôme is not hemmed in by the ocean, the House of Chaumet had the rich idea of transporting itself to the Molitor swimming pool, one of the most iconic locations in South-West of Paris. This temple of aquatic joys constructed in the 1930s, was recently renovated, and ever since has become THE big pool for a highly demanding public. For this exceptional evening, Chaumet covered 3/4 of the large pool to install a sparkling feast, decorated with coral flowers by Studio CE, and collaborated with the starred chef Julien Dumas, who imagined a selection of courses for the occasion. Highlights included: mermaids, dancers, aerial ballet and an energizing DJ set that kept guests from all over the world dancing till late. Miss Song, Diane Kruger, Heart Evangelista, Coco Rocha, Sandrine Kiberlain and Cindy Bruna enjoyed this fabulous evening, celebrating the art of Parisian High Jewelry, that those lucky enough to be invited, undoubtedly, will remember for a lifetime.

A | X Armani Exchange celebrates 30 years with NTS party at Petit Palace


To celebrate its 30th anniversary this year, A | X Armani Exchange is strengthening its ties to music. Founded in 1991, the brand was born at the dawn of a decade marked by its bold, experimental music. In honor of this new milestone, A | X Armani Exchange launched 91 FORWARD, a global campaign in collaboration with music radio platform NTS. Around the world, NTS is partnering with local musicians and DJs to create unique mixes available on nts.live and broadcast in participating stores. Thus, a dozen artists offer an ode to electronic music: Lorenzo Senni in Rome, Yuka Mizuhara in Tokyo, Blck Mamba in Antwerp or John Talabot in MadrId. In Paris, A | X Armani Exchange celebrated the event with a big party at the Petit Palace with a great line-up of artists: Bamao Yendé, Banga, Bé and NVST made the cool Parisian crowd dance the whole night through.

Art meets fashion with Perrotin and Zadig & Voltaire


The fall season is off to a great start at Perrotin! On September 3, the gallery presented three new exhibitions dedicated to Gahee Park, Lars von Trier and John Henderson in their space on rue de Turenne. The following day, Emmanuel Perrotin invited friends and art world professionals to 8 Avenue Matignon, where he inaugurated a new five-story space dedicated to the secondary market in partnership with Tom-David Bastok and Dylan Lessel. The gallery presented an inaugural exhibition featuring a wide variety of artists: Maurizio Cattelan, Lucio Fontana, Yves Klein, Georges Mathieu or Ugo Rondinone, and many others. In the next room, Emmanuel Perrotin gave Takashi Murakami carte blanche to take over the artistic direction of a group exhibition of Japanese artists working with ceramics. Far from ending with the opening, the evening continued in the grand salons of the Hôtel Salomon de Rothschild for a big party. For the occasion, Perrotin had teamed up with Zadig & Voltaire (and came out with a celebratory T-Shirt!) to create the party you wouldn’t want to miss. Welcomed by the sound of Max Sokolinski’s guitar, the guests then gathered in the basement of the mansion to dance to the rhythm of DJ sets by Bon Entendeur, Amstra and Samuel Boutruche. Art is something to celebrate!

FIAC: Inside the Galerie Perrotin party at Petit Palais


Just a month ago, the Perrotin gallery opened “Le Théorème de Narcisse” at the Petit Palais, Jean-Michel Othoniel’s largest solo exhibition since his retrospective at the Centre Pompidou in 2011. Today, just before the opening of the 47th edition of Fiac, the French gallery hosted a cocktail party in the grand salons of the Petit Palais in honor of the exhibition. On the menu of the evening: a private tour of the exhibition, followed by a tasting of surprise desserts by Cyril Lignac and drinks by Perrier-Jouët and Le Philtre vodka. At nightfall, it was time to dance to the sound of DJ sets by Pedro Winter, Myd and Samuel Boutruche. The perfect way to mix art and fun, the party brought together major names in art and culture. Xavier Veilhan, Sophie Calle, Johan Creten, Charlie Le Mindu, Thomas Roussel, Woodkid, Ellen von Unwerth or the chefs Guillaume Sanchez and Pierre Sang, to name but a few.

Idôle House: an immersive event by Lancôme


Step into Idôle House! An immersive experience in the heart of Paris, created for the release of Idôle Nectar, the latest addition to the Lancôme fragrance family. Highlights included: a glam room, an arcade and an immersive playground to discover everything about the new fragrance, its rose and vanilla notes and its popcorn accord. A playful and unforgettable experience, just like the new fragrance, where we met the idols of the brand Louise Ragot, Mthayel Al Ali, Mai Lee, Snake Hebi Ninja, Issak Desaux and Marta Diaz. Join the idôles.

Guerlain celebrates Christmas with artist Géraldine Gonzalez


Paris-based artist Géraldine Gonzalez tells the story of her exquisite collaboration with Guerlain in this Say Who TV film.

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