What’s on in Paris this October
30 September 2015
Discover Paris’ Many Exciting Events and Exhibitions during a Stay at Amarante Beau Manoir
Located in the heart of the capital, Amarante Beau Manoir is ideally situated to offer easy access to the wealth of world-class venues, galleries and museums Paris has to offer. Every month each grand space delivers a whole host of exciting exhibitions and events suited to every taste… and October is no different. From a glamorous Parisian wedding fayre to a show entirely dedicated to the fascinating advancements in 3D printing, we invite you to take a look at our guide and start planning your autumnal getaway to Paris today.
10th – 11th October 2015
Over 15,000 visitors are set to descend on the grand surroundings of the Espace Champerret in search of wedding day inspiration this October. This extensive wedding fayre will be offering the chance to peruse stalls, chat to industry professionals, enter a competition and even take part in interactive workshops during the weekend-long extravaganza. Over 150 exhibitors will be on-hand to discuss their products and designs; from diamond rings from Carat & Moi and Comptoir Joffrin, to sparkling Champagne from Thiercelin, and floral arrangements created by Monceau Fleurs.
Alongside offering the opportunity to discuss plans with chocolatiers, photographers and wedding planners, the fayre will also deliver a full programme of events designed to inform and excite. From help in styling bridal hair, to guidance in creating wreaths and even assistance in organising the bachelorette party, advice on offer will cover every finer detail. However, the main attraction will be the chance to discover key trends for 2015/16; from the rural-inspired ‘bohemian chic’ to the delicate vintage appeal of Chantilly lace, there’ll be a dress, theme and array of services suited to every taste. Located just 15 minutes away from Amarante Beau Manoir, this exclusive event is ideal for anyone planning a wedding in Paris.
Carrousel du Louvre
16th – 17th October 2015
With vast developments in technology, excitement is building around the next progression in mass-production; 3D printing. Take the chance to explore current and future technologies and learn more about cutting-edge design methods and manufacturing processes at the two-day 3D Printshow Paris event this October. Exhibitors will be gathering to showcase their latest innovations, discuss applications and share theories related to this specialist area in industries ranging between medical and automotive, to the arts and gastronomy.
While stalls will offer the chance to discuss new ideas with printer and material manufacturers, training companies and even toy designers, there’ll also be a conference programme offering further insight via presentations and panel discussions. From finding out which industry sectors are really harnessing the potential of 3D printing, to how it will change the future of retail and attitudes towards development in the field, these four events should make for fascinating viewing. There’ll also be the opportunity to interact with the latest gadgets at a 3D Printlab run by Ultimaker and Sketchfab, alongside a Doodle Bar hosted by 3Doodler, the creators of the world’s first 3D printing pen. An inspiring event for anyone with even the slightest interest in technology and unmissable for those interested in working or investing in the field.
Pinacothèque de Paris
16th October 2015 – 20th March 2016
Known for his unrivalled hold over the fashion world and his instantly recognisable personal style, it may be surprising to discover that Karl Lagerfeld also has a little known talent for photography too. He discovered his passion following a request for an emergency press kit from Chanel's Image Director Eric Pfrunder in 1987, and ever since, the Creative Director of both Chanel and Fendi has spent his spare time experimenting with compositions and techniques. To celebrate Lagerfeld’s artistic flair in the field, Pfrunder and publisher Gerhard Steidl have curated an exhibition of his beautiful commercial and personal photographs at the Pinacothèque de Paris.
Subject matters will vary between a glossy fashion portrait of model Anna Ewers for Numéro, to an abstract view of the Eiffel Tower presented as a screen print, alongside shots of Paris at night. The variety of Lagerfeld’s methods will also be explored, from daguerreotypes, a process that became commonly used between 1839-1860, to edgy Polaroid image transfers and fresson; a version of carbon printing. Taken over a 20 year timeframe, this collection will offer insight into what the world looks like through the eyes of one its most creative personalities, making it intriguing for both fashion and photography fans.
Whether you’re eager to find your dream wedding dress, intrigued by the latest technological advancements or want to uncover the hidden talents of one of fashion’s leading figures, Paris can offer the perfect event mere minutes from the boutique hotel Amarante Beau Manoir.
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