Paris 2016


A few days like no othersIN PARIS

Friday12 th Saturday 13th & Sunday 14th of FEBRUARY 2016.





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We are glad to organize a weekend  for you in Paris to experience the spirit of ART DECO and LES ANNEES FOLLES.

€100,-/person for 2 nights in the villa, incl. Breakfast, based on 10 pers. booking.

The rest is free or optional.
We have found a smashing ‘maison d’architecte’ which produces the atmosphere of pure lines and seemingly simple volumes refering to De Stijl, for example. Althought not from the period, the place provides up to date comfort so that you are sure to have a good bed and relaxing time.

This house will accomodate 10 guests, so be quick to book!

Price does not include your travel to Paris, but we can help a kind driver finding passengers and sharing costs.

In the meantime, do have a look at Les Paris Follies de la Coupole’s page on Facebook. That should convince you.




Flexibility is a key word so that everybody is having a good time.

The highlight of the week-end is the Party in LA COUPOLE on saturday night, where it is expected to wear your

nice 1920s-1930s costume (theme of DANDYS & SEDUCTEURS, by the way…).

For the other events and the villa you may wear what suits you best.

We do encourage for a nice annees folles look during daytime though.



Friday the 12th of February

Arrival:                             from 19.00 p.m. on

Diner:                               Depending on your time of arrival but I suggest we share a nice diner in the villa.

Homemade soup of the Chef, cheese plateau etc. and good wine…

Say an extra of € 15,- per person and I take care of that?


Saturday the 13th of February


Breakfast and then Louis Vuitton Exhibition at Grand Palais (free but need to book) or

Exhibition La Mode Retrouvee at Palais Galiera (€8,-).



Light lunch in town wherever you like.

Option : 15.00: talk about ‘La Mode Retrouvee’ in Théâtre des Champs-Elysées

(free but in French. Please confirm interest so that I can book).

16.30-17.00: Return to the villa for a rest and getting changed for the evening.

Those who want can stay in town.



19.00. Diner at Le Foyer du Théâtre Chaillot, facing Eiffel Tower (€ 25,- excl.drinks).

21.00-21.30. Arrival at La Coupole for a glass at the bar (Option € 8/12,-)

22.00. Beginning of the party in Le Dancing (€ 15,- excl. drinks).

Going back to the villa: by metro till 01.00 a.m. Otherwise by car till very late…


Sunday the 14th of February



And then (that is where ‘Fexible’ takes its importance, especially if some people go to bed at 4.00 am_without a noise, of course!)…



Exhibition La Mode Retrouvee at Palais Galiera (€8,-) or

Louis Vuitton Exhibition at Grand Palais (free but need to book) or

Black and white film projection on large screen at the Villa (Metropolis ? etc.) or

Time for couples who want to enjoy Paris on a Valentine’s day.


SUMMARY OF COSTS per person:

Villa 2 nights + breakfasts: € 100,-


Optional (but please let us know):

Diner on Friday at the villa (including.drinks): € 15,-

Diner facing Eiffel Tower: € 25,- excl.drinks

La Coupole Party: € 15,-

Exhibition La Mode Retrouvee: € 8,-


Not included:

Your travel to Paris (but we can help a kind driver for getting passengers and sharing costs).





A true Art Deco masterpiece, La Coupole is the most famous Parisian brasserie in the world. Today it is the quintessential symbol of Montparnasse’s history, as well as a key component of the art of living and socialising in Paris, particularly in the 14th arrondissement.

After a drink at the Bar of the Brasserie, we will join the Follies at the Dancing, down the stairs, for a crazy night.  It means dressing in style, a live band, plenty of dancing enthusiasts and some pleasing to the eye entertainment. NOT TO BE MISSED, as it may well be the last edition for a while…

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What about a fine 3 course meal, dressed in style for the evening, in a typical Art Deco room, facing the Eiffel Tower? We have tried just that last December and thought more people should discover the place.



PALAIS GALLIERA: * Fashion Regained. The treasured dresses of Élisabeth, Countess Greffulhe.

This exhibition focusing on the wardrobe of Countess Greffulhe, whose beauty and elegance was one of the main inspirations for Marcel Proust and the fashion designers of her time.

On display at the Palais Galliera there are some fifty models bearing the labels of grands couturiers such as Worth, Fortuny, Babani, and Lanvin. There are coats, indoor clothes, day dresses, evening dresses, and also accessories, portraits, photographs and films. Every item is an invitation to go ‘in search of lost fashion’ and to become acquainted with this great figure of Paris Society, whose image was inescapably bound up with her wardrobe.

The exhibition covers Belle Epoque fashion…but very much the 1920’s and 1930’s as well…



Theatre des champs elysees

Conférence “La comtesse Greffulhe, ou l’élégance au service de la musique”

One hour talk in French with a bit of concert, in a sublime Theatre built in 1913. And for free. Interested?


Le Théâtre des Champs-Élysées et le Palais Galliera rendent hommage à l’âme mélomane de la Comtesse Greffulhe. Ils vous proposent une conférence et un concert exceptionnel le samedi 13 février au Théâtre des Champs- Elysées.

En présence de Laure Hillerin, auteur de l’ouvrage “La Comtesse Greffulhe à l’ombre des Guermantes” et de Jérôme Bastianelli, critique musical au magazine “Diapason”, auteur de la biographie de Georges Bizet .

Cette conférence vous invite à découvrir le visage oublié d’une femme qui renouvela les formes du mécénat artistique et joua un rôle clé dans la vie musicale française au tournant du siècle. A l’issue de cette conférence, vous pourrez également assister à un extrait de répétition de l’Orchestre des Champs-Elysées dirigé par Louis Langrée.



Exhibition Louis vuitton

Le grand Palais

All the fine Art of luggage since 1854 presented by Louis Vuitton Malletier in Le Grand Palais, which was built for the 1900 World Exhibition.

For trunk, suitcases, accessorizes lovers…








Loïc & Martine


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