After the debut of his Fall 2016 collection, Tadashi traveled to the city of art and high fashion. Quietly situated on the Seine River, Paris is a dream destination for many artists and designers and Tadashi was no exception. From the breathtaking monuments to the exquisite gardens, this elegantly historical city made for an inspirational and unforgettable experience:
La Tour Eiffel
Tadashi began his journey by discovering the wonder of the Eiffel Tower, a cultural icon and one of the most renowned structures in the world. Standing at the top of the tallest tower in Paris and gazing outward, you can feel the vibrancy and romance reflected in the city.
Café de Flore
Embracing the French way of life, Tadashi enjoyed dinner at the famed Café de Flore. First opened in 1880s, the coffeehouse has maintained its original Art Deco ambiance and continues to cater to celebrities and tourists of all ages.
Café de Flore:www.cafedeflore.fr172 Boulevard Saint-Germain75006 ParisTel: 01 45 48 55 26
The Musée du quai Branly & Les Ombres
Known as a place of inspiration for those who revel in the beauty of craftsmanship, this was a must on Tadashi’s itinerary. The Quai Branly museum features an array of masks, carvings and jewelry dedicated to the civilizations of Africa, Asia, Oceania and the Americas. Dinner at Les Ombres, featuring a worldy cuisine and located on the roof of the museum, concluded this day of cultural art and innovation.
The Musée du quai Branly:www.quaibranly.fr37 Quai Branly, 75007Paris
Les Ombres:www.lesombres-restaurant.com27 Quai Branly, 75007Paris
Jardin du Luxembourg
Inspired by the Boboli Gardens of Florence, Marie de Medici created the Luxembourg Garden after the death of her husband Henry IV. Despite the various changes over the years, the garden today is known for its serenity and picturesque landscape. Walking into instant calm, Tadashi took pleasure in this much-deserved moment of relaxation.
Jardin du Luxembourg:6th Arrondissement of Paris75006 ParisTel: 1 42 34 20 00