The walls of the corridors are decorated with prints, a true hymn to femininity. Fashion’s muses bring the visitor in their wake, magnified by the biggest names in photography. This is followed by the signatures of Horst P. Horst, Chaloner Woods and Irving Penn. This inspiring fashion portfolio is reminiscent of the proximity of the major fashion houses and the history of this exclusive address, which housed the magazine Marie-Claire in the 1990s.
The eternal feminine becomes ultra glamorous in the rooms through Cecil Beaton’s photography of ball scenes and becomes enigmatic and mysterious in the suites decorated with works by Erwin Blumenfeld.
The sewing also inspires the decoration of the bar. Cult images of magazines from the 60s and 70s permeate the bar with a fashion magazine atmosphere, glamorous and whimsical, celebrating a woman sure of her seduction, daring and affirming her choices.