The night of the 25th the W Hotel threw one hell of an event as they usually do in the W Lounge with the band We are knights starting off the soirée with an electric atmosphere. The night continued on with two DJ’s, plenty to drink and a mix of babes and VIPs floating around the room and the terrace. The W Hotel hosts parties of the same caliber every months, you must attend.
Last Thursday we threw a party at the recently opened 79 club on les Champs Elysées. SoPi hipsters partied with fashionistas, models and Champs Elysées bankers. Dope djs sets by Ten Days In Paris Crew vs Artsomething followed by Is Tropical vs Megaforce and Manare. Even Guy Man from Daft Punk came to party. #DomPe + #Belevedere bottles in the Dj Booth and hotties dancing on the floor that’s of course a TenDaysInParis Party.
Les Mauvais Garcons aka the bad boys aka Julien and Camille brought loads of pretty boys to le Baron for la Ragazzo the boys night of le Baron.
Last Thursday we had Infusion juices and beers at Coincidence Paris to celebrate the hypeness of Maison Labiche. Hipsters, booze, t shirts and special dj set by James Whelan = a blast !
One month before Cannes Film Festival, La Villa Schweppes had a fucking ball last night at Salle Wagner over by Place de l’Etoile to liven shit up in that neighborhood and attract all types of Parisians. I’ll admit that the majority grabbed cocktails and hot dogs from the salle and spent the night outside in the terrace, you can’t blame them with this damn beautiful weather we’re having. There was a fake tiger, as I mentioned hot dogs, marvelous cocktails (the absinthe one was the shit) and babes on babes on babes. If you weren’t on the list I’d imagine your Wednesday night probably started and ended with a bit of television and some mid-life depression on the side.
Last afternoon moving into the evening Le Coq Sportif put together a little apéro with Auguste for the launch of the Joakim Noah 3.0 sneaker. Beer, a punch & rum sort of cocktail was being passed around in plastic cups, chicken wings, fried plantains and doughnuts were honestly the highlight here. What you missed essentially was a great fucking evening snack among decked out Parisians. Oh wait, that’s called an apéro.
In the early 80’s, the 42nd street in New York, also known as Times Square, was crowded with gangsters, bad boys, hookers and young hustlers from the sex entertainment industry.
Don’t feel nostalgic. The photographer Bill Butterworth shot them all on 70mm films, in places far from the sort of Disneyland-like square we know of today. Rouge58 gallery currently features thirteen of these unique photographs, which is quite exceptional since the negatives weren’t published until 2011.
Best known for his photography, Benjamin Alexander Huseby’s works cross several disciplines and professional fields, often juxtaposing his somewhat disparate interests in esoteric science, natural history, and counterculture.
Brachfeld gallery celebrated the opening of his new exhibit, called “Some Men”, featuring 12 portraits shot with the same 35mm camera. The numerous attendants could feel the particular, yet fascinating impression emanating from the photographs, while sipping some fresh beers.
Summer is coming, girls are wearing mini mini skirts and the wanderlust terrasse is reopening. Pizza, electronic music, beer and rosé on the Paris biggest terrasse !