Jean Paul Gaultier: Can cans into a new Cabaret: a unique revue celebrating life and of course fashion
Celine's note book - Where to go
The unstable political climate in France at the end of the 19th century prompted many artists, some of whom would gain fame as the French Impressionists, to seek a safe haven in London.
Shelter from the summer sun in the cool majesty of the Sainte Chapelle and be enchanted by the beauty of the 15 stained glass windows telling the story of the world from its creation to the arrival in Paris of the relics of the Passion acquired by King Louis IX, commonly known as Saint Louis. This soaring place of worship was built in 1239 to house the Crown of Thorns and other holy relics as Saint Louis did not want them scattered.