Published on December 12th, 2016 | by Jerry Doby
Grey Goose and Julia Restoin Roitfeld celebrate the launch of Le Marché Bleu
Grey Goose and Julia Restoin Roitfeld hosted an elegant preview evening celebrating the launch of Le Marché Bleu – a unique holiday shopping experience that invites guests to discover the allure of the French art de vivre. Guests included Rita Ora, Tessa Thompson, Cipriana Quann, Kelly Rutherford, Timo Weiland, Seth Tringale, Julia Loomis, Ann Caruso, Kat Irlin, Harley Viera Newton, Garrett Neff, and Tony DiCiuricio. The soirée at 64 Wooster Street in SoHo kicked off with a DJ set from up-and-coming French musical talent College followed by a surprise performance from the Harlem Gospel Choir. Grammy award winner St. Vincent topped off the night with a DJ set blending electropop, alternative and jazz influences. The music was complemented by Grey Goose holiday cocktails and bites from acclaimed Chef Ludo Lefebvre.
Check out the BTS footage and soundbites from the hostess and celeb guests!
About Le Marché Bleu
Le Marché Bleu will opened its doors to the public at 64 Wooster Street on Saturday, December 10 and Sunday, December 11 from 11am-7pm to offer holiday shoppers an exclusive selection of both rare and quintessential luxury items, as well as signature cocktails and decadent bar snacks. With the aim of inspiring guests to bring something extraordinary to their holiday fêtes, French Art Director & model, Julia Restoin Roitfeld, has also lent her global sense of style and passion for beautiful objects to hand-select several products for Le Marché Bleu’s specially curated inventory. The products include many items normally only available in France including – Nina’s Paris Marie Antoniette Tea, Angelina Hot Chocolate, Alain Ducasse Advent Calendar, Bêtise de Cambrai, Pierre Hermé Macarons – along with other foodie and luxury items such as Astier de Villatte Cufflinks, custom Smythson notebooks, Cire Trudon Candles and Johnny Iuzzini Chocolate Bars. Le Marché Bleu will not only provided visitors with this singular taste of Parisian luxury, but also a festive escape for classic holiday sips and French delicacies from Chef Ludo Lefebvre at its Bar de Lumière – making the yearly ritual of holiday shopping a celebratory affair, in and of itself.