With Parisian clubbing in a bit of a lull, it's good to see that some clubs are making a real effort. Club 79 is right on the Champs Elysées and seems to have taken up where the (formerly great) Queen club (now rather naff) left off.
A choice selection of soirées is on offer, often with famous international DJs. Recent guests have been Carl Craig, Kenny Larkin, Little LouieVega, Tiefschwarz and Josh Wink (if you don't know your house and techno music, these names might not mean much to you, but trust us, they're good!). Entrance is often no more expensive than other clubs (generally around 15 euros).
They even have a club night on Mondays - free all night for Laydeez - if your weekend just keeps on going. For a great night's clubbing not far from your hotel, the Club 79 seems perfect.
You are invited to visit Jean-Charles de Castelbajac’s exposition, in which he unveils some of his best new creations that were made specially to celebrate his career's fourteenth anniversary.
Held at the Mannerheim Gallery, until July 31st, 2017, the exhibition presents 40 passages that the artist has modelled and painted, with a utopian and dreamlike style. This exhibition of drawings and collages presents 40 women in a passage to the unknown.
Through his 40-year-fashion-career, de Castelbajac has managed to tell stories through his various works, something that significantly contributed to making him one of the most renowned fashion designers today.
As for the content of this display, it features unique “human paintings” in the series of drawings in which the clothes, bodies, and skins have been appropriated.
After using art in his fashion creations, today this creative artist puts fashion into his art, emphasizing on how these two fields are actually interrelated.