You love fashion and Paris loves you back, but if you can't face the schlep over to the Musée des Arts Décoratifs, you don't probably have to; much closer is the Musée Galliera, the city's biggest fashion museum with 90,000 items housed in the 19th Century palace of the Duchess of Galliera. However, with no permanent collection on display, the place is only open for its temporary exhibitions which last between four and six months each.
The large and diverse collection includes essential pieces from all the major couturiers spanning three centuries, including not only dresses (obviously) but also jewellery, walking sticks, hats, shoes, bags, fans, umbrellas and more. There is also a specialised library for research purposes.
Jazz On Seine is a renewed opportunity to reveal all the facettes of this extremely rich music brand and increase the number of visits to jazz clubs.
Among these 450 musicians this Jazz on Seine invitation there will be some stars like Al Foster, Shai Maestro, Marc Cary, Zara McFarlane, established artists such as Mederic Collignon, Andy Emler, Trotignon and many emerging artists to discover urgently!