La Vallée Village, the third most visited cultural and leisure site around Paris, piques our curiosity with the F.A.M.E festival and its myriad of delights that put the senses in celebration. Enough to enhance its open-air shopping, where 120 luxury boutiques display year-round discounts of up to - 60%.
Until September 10, La Vallée Village immerses us in a melting pot of plural cultures to elevate our shopping desires. The first edition of the F.A.M.E lifestyle festival (Food, Art, Fashion and
Entertainment) is taking place right now, combining workshops, happenings, performances and exhibitions, including an augmented reality immersion in the world of cinema in partnership with Disney+. To start beauti- fully, visitors will delve into the monumental work of Cyril Lancelin called Mille Miroirs, a forest of shiny spheres that compete with the sun, while the chalk interlacing of street artist Jordane Saget will periodically underline the buco- lic alleys of the village. Indicated by a 2 meter high Wild Kong, the pop-up dedicated to Richard Orlinski will gather the sculptures, furniture and derived products of the most sold contemporary French artist in the world, who will also animate workshops for children and a masterclass for the adults. In terms of fashion, creativity and French craftsmanship are celebrated from July 6, in the Made in France Pop Up decorated with a Frenchy motif reminiscent of the series Emily in Paris. 25 brands
conceived, designed and manufactured on the territory will give an overview of the French spirit in all areas of lifestyle, including among others Carzo & Lieutier watches,Thyrs bags, Boname blouses and dresses, Stooly cardboard furniture, Maio Paris swimsuits, Courtois headwear, My Blend beauty products, and even Maison Morice’s jewelry, which has created for the occasion the model 14 in sapphires, diamonds and rubies, in tribute to our national holiday.
La Vallée Village is also a space of protean gastronomy, for as many new experiences and plural initiations, to vegan cuisine for example with Wild & The Moon that sows its trendy canteens in Paris and now settles in the village. For its part, the Menu Palais restaurant welcomes great chefs this summer,
those of princely and governmental kitchens. Serving the Grimaldi family in Monaco, Christian Garcia will present a new dish on July 11, during a high-flying dinner for 170 guests, where the book The Club of Chefs of Chefs prefaced by Albert of Monaco will be sold and the bene- fits will be donated to the Felix School Foundation in Madagascar.The unlucky ones who will not have been able to book will have two more chances to experience a strong taste evening, with two other chefs scheduled by September 10. Finally, before closing the chapter of summer 2023, La Vallée Village will vibrate for several days to the sustained rhythm of the most recent Olympic disciplines, between demonstrations of BMX, climbing, skateboarding, 3-3 basketball and breakdancing, and the exhibition of photos by Sylvie Barco, figure of urban art. Like a foretaste of the Paris Olympics less than ten months before the kickoff. n