Every two years, drugstore the « Tout Paris » awaits this exceptional evening. Reserve rapidly to experience the fashion and the festive atmosphere for the Vendanges Montaigne on Thursday, September 10, 2015 at L’avenue Montaigne and la Rue François 1er. Since 1989, the Committee Montaigne has established a tradition by organising the most exclusive party of the capital city. Exclusive meeting between famous brands, prestigious venues and the biggest marks of wines and champagnes, this evening highlights the art of French live style. The purpose of the Montaigne Committee by holding this event is to present an unspoilt vision of French luxury, to establish a special link between clients and houses, also gather the festive reservations. « Originally, the event Harvest wants to bring together the things what build the reputation of France: luxury, fashion, fine jewellery, culture, hospitality and obviously the wine and champagne. It was therefore essential to bring together all these actors to this special time, slight and festive « Virginia Bamberger, communications manager of Montaigne Committee.
For the first time, the Committee Montaigne clings to highlight an artist in order to make the culture elegant at the heart of Montaigne Harvest. For this new edition, Avenue Montaigne welcomes two monumental sculptures in light of Belgian artist, Isabelle Thiltgès. The Symbol of the union between France and Belgium. The Montaigne Committee,these “Grande Envolée » can be discovered at the entrance of Avenue Montaigne, the side of Champs-Elysées.
Avenue Montaigne et Rue François 1er Thursady 10th September 2015 / from 7 pm
Brunello Cucinelli – Céline – Chanel
Christian Dior – Comité Montaigne – Courrèges
Dinh Van – Dolce & Gabbana
Elie Saab – Erès – Fendi – Fouquet
Giorgio Armani – Givenchy – Gucci
Hôtel Powers – Jil Sander – Jimmy Choo
Georges Rech – Apostrophe
Joseph – Loewe
Loro Piana – Louis Vuitton – Luxury Living – Maison Ullens – Marni
Max Mara – Nina Ricci
Parfums Caron – Prada
Ralph Lauren – Salvatore Ferragamo – S.T.Dupont
Versace – Yves Salomon – Zadig & Voltaire