Itinerary of the Week (English version)
Following a week of parties and celebrity spottings brought on by Paris Fashion Week, the city has no intentions on slowing down. Here are some things to do in the coming days to keep the momentum going.
- You may have thought it was over, but it was not too late to catch some of the final shows of the season. Even if you’re not in the industry, it may be worth the time to get some fabulous outfits and possibly find your way inside.
- 10 am: Stella McCartney
- 11 am: Sacai
- 12 pm: Anton Belinskiy
- 1:30 pm: Giambattista Valli
- 2:30 pm: Agnes B
- 3:30 pm: Beautiful People
- 4:30 pm: APC
- 6 pm: Shiatzychen
- 8 pm: Alexander McQueen
- 10:30 am: Chanel
- 11:30 am: Cyclas
- 12:30 pm: Kwaidan Editions
- 1:30 pm: Jarelzhang
- 2:30 pm: Miu Miu
- 3:30 pm: Junko Shimada
- 4:30 pm: Lacoste
- 6 pm: Louis Vuitton
- Sure, you could see this every day and you’re probably wondering why it’s on the schedule for this week. This is because the Eiffel Tower will be lit up in pink lights in honor of breast cancer month.
Quai Branly Museum
- This museum is dedicated to the arts of Africa, Asia, Oceania, and the Americas. The museum will be until October 11th in honor of Jacques Chirac. It is located next to the Eiffel Tower, so it can be a good stop before or after a picnic in the grass.
- On October 2nd The Warehouse will be hosting a free event for all music lovers. The location is complete with a glass-roofed restaurant, cocktail bar, garden terrace, and a gallery located in the heart of the 14th district. Starting at 7:30 artists of various musical backgrounds
- On Thursday, October 3rd OBOY artist will be holding a concert at La Cigale. After just releasing his first album « Omega, » the hip hop artist challenges French rap in his first concert in Paris this week.
- If you’re not in the rap scene, American singer and songwriter Khalid is bringing his Free Spirit tour to Paris on October 4th at The Olympia.
- On the 15th of the 15th edition of the White Night will take place, highlighting the opening of the beltway to the bicycle for the night. The event will bring art to the streets for all to see. The metro will remain open all night for the festivities!
Filipino Food Fest
- On October 6th there will be a festival featuring the cuisine of the Philippines at Point Ephemere. Entrance is free, however, they will be accepting donations that will help those children who are victims of sexual abuse in the Philippines as well as France. What better way to spend your Sunday than to enjoy some good food, and help a good cause?
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