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  • Azzedine Alaïa, Peter Lindbergh

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    Date: from 20 May 2021 to 14 November 2021
    Location: Fondation Azzedine Alaïa ; 18 Rue De La Verrerie 75004 Paris

    Prices: from 3€

    Through 100 photographs and couture pieces, the Azzedine Alaïa Foundation presents the work of the fashion designer Azzedine Alaïa under the eye of his photographer friend Peter Lindbergh.

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  • Gabrielle Chanel – Manifeste de la Mode

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    Date: from 15 October 2020 to 18 July 2021

    Location: Palais Galliera, Fashion Museum, 10, avenue Pierre Ier de Serbie, Paris 16e

    Prices: From 14 to 12 € / Free for under 18

    The Palais Galliera reopens today, May 19, 2021 and the retrospective Gabrielle Chanel. Manifesto of Fashion is extended until July 18th 2021. After only one month of opening and 40,000 visitors, it has become necessary to postpone its closing, initially scheduled for March 14th 2021, in order to give the public a second opportunity to discover the work of the famous fashion designer. This was made possible thanks to the precautionary measures taken by the Palais Galliera teams during the closure period, and also thanks to the support and solidarity of most of the lenders who have agreed to extend their loans. Finally, new acquisitions and donations of works, both at the Palais Galliera and at CHANEL Heritage – the main lender of the exhibition – will make it possible to replace the most fragile pieces that will not be able to withstand this extended presentation.

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    Date: From Thursday 15 October 2020 to Sunday 18 July 2021
    Location: Musée des Arts Décoratifs, 107, rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris

    Full price: 14€
    Reduced price: 10€

    Following “Ten Thousand Years of Luxury”, organised together with the Louvre Abu Dhabi in 2019, the Musée des Arts Décoratifs presents “Luxes”. The exhibition offers a journey through time and geography, combining moments of contemplation and more monumental scans, offering each of the 100 works presented the most relevant space for delectation and understanding. The chronological and thematic tour opens up two emblematic places that are usually closed to visitors: the Salon 1900, a living memory of the Paris Universal Exhibition, a museum commission to celebrate Art Nouveau and the French decorative arts, and the Salon des Boiseries, revealing other masterpieces of European decoration, including an incredible chandelier by Venini exhibited in Paris in 1925, a spacious room in which to read and dream, taking time to enjoy the Tuileries and the rhythm of the city. Sensitive and encyclopaedic, selective and historical, the exhibition thus offers, for the first time in Paris and at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs, an insight into luxury for the contemporary world. The scenography was entrusted to Nathalie Crinière and her agency, with the exceptional participation of the European Confederation of Flax.

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  • The Printemps Backstage

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    Dates: Every Saturdays and Sundays
    Location: 42 Rue des Jeuneurs, 75002 Paris

    Prices : From €9.50 to €14.50

    This guided tour takes you behind the scenes of Printemps, from the underground of the Grand Magasin to the roof garden and its breathtaking view of the capital, passing by the famous Art Deco dome.
    This guided tour will reveal the secrets of the architecture, history and operation of the Grand Magasin. Conceived as a vertical journey, you will discover one of the most beautiful views of Paris on its zinc roofs, before descending into the underground galleries. The essential machinery and workshops where mirror and carpenters work will be revealed behind each open door in this maze of corridors.
    From private accesses to confidential passages, you will be able to admire the masterpieces of Printemps such as the floating staircases, the original grills of the store, and the hidden face of the majestic glass dome of 20 meters in diameter which overhangs the building at 50 meters high.
    From the sky to the basement, from the Second Empire to the 21st century, from neo-classicism to the contemporary era, and including Art Nouveau and Art Deco, which are omnipresent in its architecture, this visit is a journey to the heart of the Grand Magasin’s heritage and its transformations over the past 150 years.

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  • Yves Saint Laurent Behind the scenes of haute couture in Lyon

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    Date: From 17 June to 5 December 2021

    Location: Yves Saint Laurent Museum 5 Avenue Marceau, 75116 Paris

    Price: From 7€ onwards

    The exhibition “Yves Saint Laurent: Behind the scenes of haute couture in Lyon” will be on view from June 17 through December 5, 2021 at the Musée Yves Saint Laurent Paris. The extraordinarily talented Yves Saint Laurent and his world are showcased among sublime fabrics from the most eminent Lyon houses. Delicate muslins, shimmering woven fabrics and exquisite velvets reveal themselves in an exhibition that highlights a close and steadfast creative collaboration that lasted over forty years. With thirty haute couture ensembles shown alongside numerous documents, the exhibition forges an original approach to explore the couturier’s creative process.

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  • Yves-Saint Laurent Museum– Guided Tour

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    Date : from 1 January 2021 to 31 December 2021
    Location : Yves Saint Laurent Museum , 5 Avenue Marceau 75116 Paris

    Prices : from 22€

    Come discover the Yves Saint Laurent Paris Museum before it opens to the public, during a 1h15 guided tour.In the historic location of the former haute couture house, the Yves Saint Laurent Paris Museum opened its doors in October 2017 and presents the work of one of the most famous couturiers of the 20th century on more than 450 square meters. The designer’s Studio is also part of the museum tour, preserved within the elegant 16th arrondissement Hotel Particulier.

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