Le Salon de l’Homme at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris, France
This is a premiere; it’s the first ever of its kind!
The trade fair brought the very best of the male universe together under one roof. Exceptionally, reunited under the same roof, a stunning selection of artisans.
Here is the full list of all the exhibitors that you could review for your own pleasure.
The Salon de l’Homme succeeded at bringing together a wonderful assortment of houses to cover the wants and needs of most modern gentleman. This is an expo specifically targeting 21st century men wishing to indulge themselves; it targets today’s modern man who is connected and hedonistic.
Here is a sneak peak of some exhibitors at the Salon.
The exhibitors were hand-picked by a star-studded panel of experts including,
among others, Camille Miceli (Head of Jewelry Design at Louis Vuitton), Thomas Erber (founder of Cabinet de Curiosités) and Jean-Charles de Castelbajac. Seventy lifestyle labels showcased their expertise. Among them: La Clinique des Champs Elysees (plastic surgery), Le Cercle Delacre (hair grooming and spa), Cifonelli master bespoke, Daddy Cool (web magazine for dads), which was offering customized sneakers, and many more…..
Frapin, which established itself as a cognac maker for the last 700 years, presented a perfume reminiscent of the cognac smell “1270.”
BMW motorad introduced “la Filante” et “le Fugitif“
The Salon de l’Homme is confirming once again the renewed interest of men for the art of style.
Until today, Florence’s grand Fortezza da Basso has always been host to the world’s biggest and most stylish menswear event, Pitti Uomo, the epicenter of men’s style!
The Salon de l’Homme is like a pitti uomo in a smaller scale with the difference that it is open to the general public and not only to the professionals. You can also buy on the spot and not in bulk like at the Pitti Uomo.
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