After the success the Mirafiori Motor Village in Turin, the first multi-purpose Fiat Group site in the world. “Motor Village”, has opened in Paris. The Fiat Motor Village intends to offer an Experience of Italy.
Located near the Rond-Point of the Champs-Elysees, the new structure in Paris invites the public to discover the brands of the Fiat Group (Fiat, Alfa Romeo, Lancia, Abarth, Maserati). All the spaces inside are related to the Italian way of life. There, you can then enjoy shopping in the store, have a lunch break at the Nolita restaurant
Design, performance, technology, fashion, cuisine and music all inhabit this cutting-edge location, united in a spirit of stylish grandeur: from the NoLita restaurant to the La Terrazza cafe, passing through temporary displays, the magic of the glass tube that brings cars to every level, plus the musical programme.
After Toyota, Peugeot, Citroën, Mercedes now is the turn to Fiat to open its flagship there.
Thanks to his creativity in producing some of the best fashion and still life photography, the American photographer Irving Penn (1917-2009) succeeded to make a name for himself throughout the world at a very early stage of his career.
His works were on so many occasions featured in Vogue magazine and also used for advertisement for renowned clients such as Clinique and Issey Miyake.
Until January 29th, 2018, the Galeries nationales of the Grand Palais will be presenting, in partnership with the Metropolitan Museum of Art of New York, a grand exhibition of Penn’s most wonderful and interesting photographs to celebrate the centennial of his birth. It holds a remarkable selection of his works that retraces his career, life, and passions.
Simplicity and elegance, two of the major characteristics of the artist’s style are shown to the audiences at the museum through more than 235 photographic prints, amazing drawings, and paintings.
Nudes, beauty, still life, cigarettes, fashion, and debris, all of these different genres are highlighted in the exhibition. So, don't miss it!
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