This is the brand new vintage address that will delight true fashionistas. Located in the Marais, the open boutique-gallery Plaisir Palace is full of extraordinary nuggets from designers like Saint Laurent and Courrèges . In short: the new Ali Baba cave of Parisiennes.
A neo-pop Eden
It must be said that Didier Barroso , figure of contemporary art (Palais de Tokyo, Yvon Lambert, Art Concept Gallery ...) imagined a wonderful place where he brings together pieces from collections in an aesthetic setting, claimed as a neo-pop eden.
A true fashion enthusiast, this clothing collector since adolescence has stored his finds, starting with iconic clothes and crazy accessories from André Courrèges , Pierre Cardin , Yves Saint Laurent from the 70's to the 2000s. Enough to enhance your wardrobe. dress in an instant.
The new passion of fashion gurus
Sophie Fontanel is already won over. As for the high priestess of fashion Laurence Benaïm , she describes this iconoclastic and precious place like no one else: “ What do an authentic Courrèges bag from the sixties and a quilted satin jacket from the Rive Gauche collection for winter 78 have in common? ? A look, that of Didier Barroso, loyal master of ready-to-wear that made our mothers look like heroines, and which continues to magnetize twenty-year-old girls. ”
Might as well warn you, rush to the heart of this still secret address before the fashion editors rob Plaisir Palace during the next Parisian fashion week ...
In the shelves
It is the general panic, and understands well that the labels and creators of the moment come to be inspired there.
We fall in ecstasy in front of a Saint Laurent suede Bermuda shorts (€ 300), a leather bag (€ 850) or an old Céline shirt (€ 220), a Gianni Versace wool cape (€ 850), a Chacok sleeveless cardigan. (€ 190), an it bag (€ 480) or a Courrèges turtleneck sweater (€ 180), a silk blouse (€ 450) Saint Laurent Rive Gauche , an oversized Azzedine Alaïa coat (€ 850) and other Chanel marvels.
Open Tuesday to Saturday from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. and every Sunday in December from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
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