Thursday, August 11 2022

Did you hear the buzz? Galeries Lafayette Paris Haussmann, the beloved department store, is throwing a big party this summer… and it’s absolutely free. On the rooftop, where trendy chef Julien Sebbag draws crowds to his pop-up restaurant Créatures, live concerts, film screenings, DJ sets by renowned artists and a crypto art exhibition. What could be better than watching the sun set over one of the most beautiful panoramas in Paris while soaking up the scene?

The rooftop party is part of the French Touch event, a showcase of fashion, style and craftsmanship, celebrating the hottest young designers, designers and artists in France today. The festive atmosphere continues throughout the big store during this unmissable event, which will take place from July 5 to August 31.

Reservations for the rooftop open on June 28 at 00:01. Book here for your free tickets.

As you browse the latest trends under the majestic Art Nouveau dome, freshly renovated this year, you will find plenty of novelties, such as the exclusive Kenzo pop-up, where home unveiled its new collection around the emblematic poppy, created by Kenzo Takada in 1988. In addition, Galeries Lafayette Paris Haussmann is launching a whole wellness area on the lower level, extending over 3000m² and animated by French experts and international. TIP: With the 12% VAT refund, purchases are virtually tax-free! What’s not to like?

Owned for generations by the same French family, Galeries Lafayette Paris Haussmann is not only a unique shopping destination. It is also a real showcase of France Art of living, with a selection of “Made in France” workshops allowing visitors to immerse themselves in the Parisian way of life. Think macaroon workshops, cooking classes with the prestigious Ecole Ferrandi, fashion shows and heritage tours.

With our promo code, FRANCEMEDIA10, you can also benefit from a 10% discount on selected masterclasses. More information and reservation here.

Main photo credit: French Touch poster, courtesy of Galeries Lafayette Paris Haussmann


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