Champs Elysees, Palais de Tokyo, Place de la Concorde
If the story of Alice in Wonderland was really about a young girl who fell down a rabbit hole and came out somewhere in Asia on acid, the new Philippe Starck design restaurant Miss Kō might be an accurate illustration of this.
La Terrasse Martini, one of the hotspots at Cannes, has settled in on the rooftop of a building on Les Champs Elysées. With free cocktails, one of the best views in Paris, concerts, a bourgeois, show business and actors crowd and interiors decorated with the colors of the brand
La Terrasse FL, located in the cafeteria at le Musee d’art moderne, will without a doubt be one of this summer’s hotspots. This pop up space, open from Thursday to Saturday (6pm-midnight) with its trendy and relevant Parisian electronic music program
For the third season, the fashion magazine Vogue has linked up with the hotel of Crillon around the time of Fashion Week to propose a new and original place to have a drink
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.
Located in the very Bourgeois 16th district between le Pont de l‘Alma and Passy, le Palais de Tokyo is a major modern/contemporary art reference.