“Only one quality, the very first” has been Veuve Clicquot’s motto over the years. The House, which name is synonymous with history and prestige, is known for the innovative vision of her founder, Madame Clicquot. Just 200 years ago, she invented the first-ever blended rosé champagne, Veuve Clicquot Rosé. This week, Veuve Clicquot celebrated this milestone by inviting nearly 500 personalities to celebrate this anniversary in good and due form. In a private within Bois de Boulogne’s Jardin d’Acclimation, the House set up a giant garden party or, should we say, a fun fair with a luxe spin. Between roller coasters, merry-go-rounds, and floral design workshops, some major figures of fashion (icon Erin O’Connor, Caroline de Maigret or Audrey Marnay), cinema (Niels Schneider, Aure Atika, Augustin Trapenard) as well as opinion leaders from all over the world all made the trip. At dusk, everyone shared a moment of celebration by enjoying the now two-hundred-year-old rosé champagne, until nightfall… #VCROSE200

Photos: Valentin Le Cron
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