The exhibition-event of the Cinémathèque française imagined by the designer Jean Paul Gaultier.
Marilyn, Audrey Hepburn and Catherine Deneuve's dresses, Marlene Dietrich's male wardrobe, James Bond's dinner jacket, and even Superman's leotard, costumes and haute-couture are on display at the Cinémathèque française, in an exhibition of velvet, metal and embroidery, designed by the film-loving designer Jean Paul Gaultier. A journey through genres and styles, a cross history of cinema and fashion, where great designers and film stars rub shoulders during a sumptuous fashion show.
From 06/10/2021 to 16/01/2022 between 12 pm and 7 pm except on December 25th. Closed on Tuesday. Mon, Wed to Fri: 12pm-7pm / WE: 11am-8pm / School holidays and public holidays: 10am-8pm. Closed on Tuesdays and 25 December.
Free evening opening for under-26s on the first Thursday of the month until 9pm, by reservation.
Full price: 12 €, Reduced price: 9.50 €, Child: 6 € (Under 18 years old.).