New York Exhibition

Comité Bellecour of Lyon and Prestige et Tradition of Paris – two French associations of luxury-goods makers – are announcing an October exhibition in New York titled La Grande Décoration / French Art de Vivre.

 

The three-day event, hosted by the Consulate General of France in New York, will showcase the unique savoir faire of twenty-two French companies working in fields as diverse as Interior Design, Interior Decorative Arts, Interior Fabrics, Landscape Design, Couture, Wedding Couture and Jewelry among others. Each enterprise will exhibit masterpieces especially made for this event. (A full list of exhibitors is included below.) The honorary President of Comité Bellecour is Chef Daniel Boulud, proprietor of the Michelin Award winning restaurant, Daniel, as well as Café Boulud, DB Bistro Moderne and eleven other restaurants in New York and around the globe. La Grande Décoration / French Art de Vivre will be open to the public on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday October 23, 24 and 25 from 9am to 6pm at the Consulate General of France in New York, 934 Fifth Avenue between 74th and 75th Streets. Individuals may schedule one-on-one appointments with exhibitors by calling: 212.247.7194. For general press inquiries contact BetsyannFaiella/SavoyPR at 310.283.2415.

 

"I've always been proud of maintaining my Lyonnais roots and my connection with my native city. Lyon's centuries old reputation for artistry and fine craftsmanship-not just in cuisine-remains vital and vibrant even today. The Comité Bellecour and its diverse members truly exemplify Lyon's standing as a city where beautiful handmade objects are still a dearly held tradition. We are happy to partner this year with our Parisian colleagues of Prestige et Tradition to bring an even larger collection of French luxury goods to La Grande Décoration / French Art de Vivre this fall.” Daniel Boulud

 

Comité Bellecour and Prestige et Tradition were both founded as platforms to champion the elegance and luxury of artistic and artisanal trades for which France is known around the world. Many of the exhibitors are currently commercially active in the U.S.