Biblio-Mania, offering the public over 100 European book dealers. As always there is plethora of written, printed, from origins to nowadays. Books, autograph letters, prints, comix, Old magazines and newspapers, Postcards, scripophily, posters and drawings, vintage photographs, collectors…
This year, the September back-to-school period is the ideal time to discover the universe of fashion in all its facets!
In the run-up to the spring-summer 2018 fashion shows, the capital of fashion and luxury goods retains its title as the trendsetting centre of innovation and creativity. Fashion is showcased in a number of venues, providing the public with an opportunity to rub shoulders with established and emerging names in fashion.
The Musée Marmottan Monet reconstitutes the remarkable art collection of Claude Monet. ‘Monet collectionneur’ lifts the veil on this little-known passion of the French painter and brings together hundreds of paintings, drawings and sculptures from the world’s biggest museums and from private collections. The opportunity to see works by Delacroix, Corot, Manet, Renoir, Caillebotte, Cézanne and Pissarro! The exhibition also shows works by less-famous artists, such as Paul Baudry, Carolus-Duran and Louis Chéret that also captured the attention of Monet. The show runs until 14 January.
Festivals, music, movies and plays: your complete guide to summer fun in the capital!
In July and August, Paris puts on a host of open-air events to celebrate the sunniest, hottest months of the year. There are all kinds of ways to make the most of the long days and mild evenings. Our top tips for a Parisian summer: join the Bastille Day celebrations; relax on the ‘beach’ at Paris Plages; get geared up for the finish of the Tour de France, or go festival-hopping – here is a selection of the best.