The story of Rouge 58 started in Williamsburg, the hipster heart of NYC. Opened in 2010 by Munich-born Nadja Nebas, Rouge 58 was a gallery with programs that included exhibitions, movie nights, and fashion presentations, hosted by New York figures like Justin Miller or Prince Language (DFA records).
Ann Grim was raised between Paris, Buenos Aires, Montevideo, le Cap, and London. This cosmopolitan girl thinks about luxury and comfort in a unique and exceptional way, always looking for a new way to use furniture.
Behind the distinctly grotty place de Clichy hides this rather unusual establishment, a breath of fresh air after the touristy galleries of Montmartre. The building itself was a legendary dance hall and brothel in the 1920s.
Next week marks the opening of la Gaité Lyrique, the new cultural space dedicated to all kinds of digital culture and creation (music, graphic design, video games, cinema…)
Located in the trendy Bastille Charonne area, Lazy Dog is a key cultural figure of the neighbourhood. This is a real concept store, offering a selection of books and organizing exhibitions and meetings with known illustrators like Parra or Akroe.
Established in a jeu de paume club (the French ancestor of tennis) built by Emperor Napoleon III, today it is a museum with a good collection of photography and videos.
Established in the Hotel Scheffer-Renan (house of the Dutch painter Scheffer) in a neighbourhood not far from the former cabarets, this museum is an homage to Parisian romantic artists like Georges Sand.
Established in one arm of the Musée du Louvre, le Musée des Arts Décoratifs is the biggest French museum dedicated to decorative arts.
One of the best bookshops in Paris for fashion and design, with a wide selection of magazines and books. They‘ve even got an art gallery which hosts exhibitions and events. One exhibition opening a week…