Milk Decoration’s “creative tribes” uncover their vision of Paris09.11.2017
Hôtel National des Arts et Métiers#media
And still, Paris inspires. For its third special issue, Milk Décoration honours “Paris and its influencers”. Even if the term may seem outdated because it is too widely used, the magazine has gone out to meet those who, on their own scale, make the charm of the capital. All this, with “a little subjectivity and a lot of bias” – and that’s good. Milk’s Paris is that of the creative, the happy few who invent their codes, those personalities who propose new things and, by extension, influence our way of seeing everyday life. Not surprisingly, the Milk team celebrated the launch of the issue in a very Parisian address: the Hôtel National des Arts et Métiers in the third arrondissement. Around a cocktail in the hushed atmosphere of the establishment, we met in particular the couple Victoire de Taillac and Ramdane Touhami who made the cover of the issue. One of the many examples of these “makers” that make up today’s Paris and that, like Say Who, Milk now puts in the spotlight.