Beau Regard opens its doors in Paris
A new Parisian venue designed as a space to share and spread contemporary culture, Beau Regard opened its doors this week, in the midst of the Fashion Week frenzy. This one-stop-shop for all things culinary and cultural from the team behind Silencio alongside Ad Vitam and Étoile Cinémas, is both a movie theater and a restaurant with a menu by Mathieu Pacaud (Apicius, L’Ambroisie). Dedicated to auteur cinema and contemporary thought, Beau Regard is “dinner and a movie” with a French accent located in the iconic and artistic St. Germain-des-Près neighborhood in Paris. A très Parisian, très chic crowd came out to celebrate the official opening of this new buzzed-about location that formerly housed the Cinéma Étoile Saint-Germain-des-Prés that just had a makeover designed by Studio KO (who also designed the Yves Saint Laurent Museum in Marrakech). The new cultural hub united familiar faces in the film world, but also Parisian personalities from all walks of life including Sophie Calle, actors Rod Paradot, Zoé Felix and Pierre Deladonchamps, and designer Manish Arora.