Shoppers at one of Paris’s high-end department stores, the Printemps Haussmann, are about get a well-earned delicious treat. The Vogue Café franchise is opening a pop-up café at the atrium of the store.
Vogue describes the café as a warm and inviting place with the feeling of a private apartment. The café is decorated with mix of designs borrowed from fifties-style modernism, Scandinavian design and mid-century modern sculptures. Taking a prominent place in the café is the magnificent gold chandelier made by Delightful. For a café owned by world’s foremost fashion magazine, it would be wrong not to have attractive people having coffee in the café at all times. Creative minds at the magazine have come-up with the idea to have voguishly dressed mannequins in the Vogue Café. They have also used some of their best magazine covers as well to decorate the place.
Mouthwatering menu at the café offers a range of pastries, fruit juices, and teas (no coffee!). They have also roped in Parisian culinary masters Hugo & Victor to supply a selection of salads and club sandwiches.
The pop-up café is scheduled to stay open for the duration from January 23rd to March 22rd.