Having partied in every single corner of the planet, we had thought there was nothing else that could surprise, fascinate and finally satisfy us… Then we went to Club Sandwich.
Where to have fun in Paris: CLUB SANDWICH
Let’s get this straight: we’ve been everywhere. After parties? Check. Underground ones? Check. Private coktails in penthouses? Been there. Pool parties in amazing mansions? Done that. Glamorous balls? Hello, what a clichè. Passionate hippy meetings around a beach fire? Is this even a question?
So having partied in every single corner of the planet, we had thought there was nothing else that could surprise, fascinate and finally satisfy us. God were we wrong! Sorry Marc Zaffuto and Emmanuel D’orazio, we were quite ignorant when we did our assumptions, how could we ever know that Club Sandwich would have been one of the best party experiences of our lives?
You know the queues in front of big brands during sales? Or when a big french maison releases a new color for their nail polish? Or when commercial ones collaborate with high end brands?
Ok, double the queue, glam it up and there you have what you see in front of Club Sandwich: an endless queue of high fashion people patiently waiting to be let in.
For beginners, we recommend watching random videos of Anna Dello Russo, Lady Gaga and Igor Dewe. For the advanced ones…ok, you’ve already been to the party, so you know how to glam your look up in the craziest yet chicest way possible.
Keep in mind that Club Sandwich is not a circus, it stands in a point where fashion meets style and elegance becomes a ticket to entry.
We know from our friends in Paris that preparation is no easy task; once the creative duo, Marc Zaffuto and Emmanuel D’orazio, decide the theme of the party, everybody starts booking make-up artists, calling in showrooms of french maisons and even asking for help from their famous stylist contacts. If there’s haute couture for the party culture, then this is it.
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Text by Yigit Turhan
Photo Credits: Quentin Saunier
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