The city's top event, Salon du Luxe opens its doors to key players coming from every sector of the luxury industry. Through open discussions with high profile stakeholders, attendees will explore the new rules of the luxury lifestyle. The conference, now in its third session, covers several main themes, including sustainable luxury, agility in luxury sectors, marketing influence, the new relationship with time, big data, as well as the industry’s changing norms. The summit will also bring to the spotlight 30 of the most innovative companies whose directors will share personal experiences and success stories. Alongside the exchange among great minds, the event offers an opportunity to network and enjoy the Parisian experience, with culinary experiences and art events organized throughout the day. LUXOS shares top personal favourites.
Paris Champs Elysees
Quite possibly the world’s most famous address, and with good reason. The magical ambience of the Champs Elysee leave lasting ethereal memories in all the hearts it captures. A destination for all of the leading designer brands such as: Chanel to Celine, Prada and Gucci; staying a la mode is number on priority.From the luxurious shopping avenues to champagne brunch at laduree and a view of the Arc De Triomphe; it is hard not to fall in love with Paris and it’s romantic neighbourhood. Don't miss a visit to the Musee Nissim de Camondo, housed in a beautiful Belle Epoque mansion, with an incredible and very personal story of the Camondo family.
Paris Rue Faubourg / Rue St Honore
One of the world's most iconic districts for luxury shopping, this area oozes luxury and elegance in every sense of the words. Find every major brand amongst the breath taking streets, squares and stone facades. From the French, to Italian and so many more; international retail takes on a different meaning in this Parisian area. Visit the exhibitions at Le Grand Palais and Le Petit Palais.
If you’re looking for a luxury Parisian dining experience the Restaurant and terrace in the Hotel Le Costes is probably the address. Inside, the atmosphere is always one of luxury, whether you’re indoors having a candle-lit dinner or having drinks on the terrace overlooking the courtyard. This restaurant is truly a special place and attracts some famous faces and beautiful locals. The restaurant specializes in French cuisine, and prepares its dishes with produce from local markets and private suppliers. Oder the raw sea bass and caviar, or indulge in the classic duck specialties.
239-241 Rue Saint Honoré, 75001 Paris
The Fish Club
After some renovation The Fish Club in Paris is the top restaurant for seafood, shellfish and crustaceans. The new décor is welcoming and sophisticated a perfect combination with the food. The restaurant prides themselves with their fresh and carefully chosen ingredients and products and prepared with the dining experience in mind. The extensive yet simple seafood menu will be in fish fanatics dream dining experience. They say it’s the north sea on a plate, but don’t forget to order a glass of wine, because they also have an impressive selection.
58 Rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 75001 Paris
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Located at one of the the city’s most famous addresses, Café Marly does not dissapoint. The brasserie overlooks the Louvre’s glass pyramid within the legendary interior courtyard. Whether you appreciate art, history, or just a quick ‘coupe’ of champagne, an aperitif under the stunning stone vaulted ceilings at Cafe Marly is a must.
93 Rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris
Follow in the footsteps of Cole Porter, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Gary Cooper and of course Ernest Hemingway for the best in bubbles. Colin Field's bar at the Ritz serves the best cocktails and a lotal 'tipple': the Ritz Brut or Ritz Brut Rose, as well as big names like Cristal, or Ruinart - all best sampled on the outdoor terrace.
15 Place Vendôme, 75001 Paris
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Virtually a retail-meets-culture institution, Colette is home to three floors of brilliant inventions, concept clothing, witty gifts, beauty products, design guides, cheeky books, home design collections and everything under the French sun (or clouds) to bring back something for a loved one.
213 Rue Saint Honoré, 75001 Paris
A handpicked jewellery collection from the finest designers in the world, Karry'O is host to the best and rarest vintage jewllery pieces in the world. Karry Berrebi’s boutique has a lot of surprises up its sleeve, with everything from overlooked treasures of the past to pieces with a striking, modern twist. Some of the designs are so contemporary and distinct in style, you'd be surprised that any of the pieces are vintage at all. The assortment of compositions and gems is impressive: you're bound to walk out with diamonds in your eyes.
6 Avenue Matignon, 75008, Paris
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