Last Tango In Paris

As we slowly but surely approach the end of December, the inner courtyard of the Palais Royal serves as the most perfect, extraordinary scene for our last tango in Paris, of the year 2019. Treading through the Cour d’ Honneur, the impressive art installation known as “The Colonnes de Buren” gives the classical design of the palace courtyard a rather inspiring presence. French artist Daniel Buren completed this conceptual grid in 1986, placing black and white striped columns of different heights in a linear formation. We gratefully use the columns as pedestals to showcase our formal ensembles for the festive holiday season. The cloudy overcast is reflected by the pristine sand stone built surroundings in which the scarlet red evening gown worn by her, and the red accents of his ensemble really pop as the only burst of vibrant color. One more twirl, one more dip until we dance through the x-mas days into the new year together in style.

His ensemble

Suit: Van Gils // Shirt: Profuomo // Shoes: Church’s // Socks: Zara

Her ensemble

Dress: V_LVET


Last Tango In Paris – Gotan Project

Intense ensembles worn by an intense ensemble