A BABORD TOUTE ! *SHIP AHO
A BÂBORD TOUTE ! : an exhibition event from April 27 to June 23
A breath of sea air on the Rive Gauche! Picture yourself sailing on the ocean waves and basking in the first rays of sunshine on the Mediterranean coast, as you head off in search of adventure at the “A Babord Toute” (Ship Ahoy) exhibition being held at Le Bon Marché.
Straw hats, wicker bags, jazzy flip-flops, sparkly inflatables, natural and moisturising skin care, charm jewellery, tropical scents and colourful make-up... you’ll find an eclectic selection of products designed to make everyday feel like you're on holiday. For that extra special touch, Le Bon Marché will be offering various options for customisation.
Prepare to set sail for sunny climes!
An exclusive selection
Acid brights, cold drinks, beach towels and surf boards herald the arrival of summer. Relax on an exotic beach!
Treat yourself to some natural skin care products with impressive invigorating benefits. Keep a lookout for rejuvenating sprays, plant oils, nourishing creams and moisturisers!
Guest of the exhibition, the new collaboration between Loewe and Paula's Ibiza is exclusively on the second floor of the department store. This third capsule collection for men and women mixes bright colors and bohemian style with the contemporary look of Loewe and celebrates craftsmanship and natural fibers.
From woven baskets to wide brimmed floppy hats, straw and wicker accessories are seasonal essentials!
A swarm of kites in the heart of the store
The wind’s getting up at Le Bon Marché Rive Gauche for the exhibition À Bâbord Toute! until 23 June.
As Le Bon Marché Rive Gauche embarks on the high seas, you are invited to contemplate the poetic cloud of kites rigged up beneath the store's central glass roofs, scudding around the heart of the store in a whirlwind of colour. The eclectic nature of the frame and the gracefulness of the sails combine to create a vast repertoire of forms inspired by flora, fauna and geometric shapes.
Le Bon Marché Rive Gauche would like to thank Gérard Clément and Michel Gressier for the loan of their collection.