Parisian cultural exception in the spotlight in Best Of Paris #410.10.2017
As Paris slowly recovers from the hustle and bustle of fashion week and prepares for Fiac, the festivities continue with the launch of the fourth volume of Best Of Paris, the most connected of the beautiful books. Since its launch in 2014 by the Bel’RP agency, Best Of Paris has brought together companies and individuals from all disciplines who contribute to Paris’ cultural reputation. A top-of-the-range object, Best of Paris is a real gold mine for those who are lucky enough to have their copy: in addition to the panorama of the Parisian cultural exception, it offers access to a considerable network of Parisian and international leaders. While last year, Bel’RP unveiled its object of desire at the Musée des Arts et Métiers, it was under the vaults of the Opéra Comique that its partners were able to discover volume 4 exclusively this week. All in good company, of course. Thus the gallery owner Eva Hober, who has just moved to her new address boulevard Haussmann, could meet the designer Julien Fournié or Jean-Pierre Marois, emblematic owners of Les Bains. Review of an insider’s evening.