Majestic trees at Le Bon Marché bring magical fun to year-end holiday preparations
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As the holidays draw near Le Bon Marché is decked out in festive lights. This year features fantastic trees in the aisles, under the cupolas, and of course in the amazing window displays. Visitors are invited to explore magical worlds and an enchanting experience as they shop for Christmas. With a curated selection of often exclusive products from 250 plus brands, everyone will find the perfect gift, with customization options galore!
After reindeer, snow and Santa Claus, Le Bon Marché brings in the trees for this year’s holiday season. These Kings of the Forest are everywhere throughout the store, coiffed with neon crowns in display windows, come together in a magical grove at the imaginary North Pole on the second level, and grace delectable holiday tables at La Grande Épicerie de Paris.
The majestic trees are surrounded by surprises, discoveries, events and shows, transforming the holiday shopping race into a timeless escapade. Products from more than 250 brands – including exclusive creations for Le Bon Marché – offer a wealth of gift ideas that can be personalized at customization workshops to make every present unique.
A professional music studio in the Lola James Harper corner sets the tone, inviting music lovers to compose, sing and record their very own sound track. The experience includes setting sail with Ishua thanks to personal cruise ideas from a skipper.
On the first floor a cabinet de curiosités for the third millennium features gifts that resonate with history and meaning. Cosmetics brand Officine Universelle Buly gives these treasures a final touch of luxe by wrapping them in rare paper, accompanied by a note in elegant calligraphy. Beauty care products at the Acqua di Parma stand can be personalized with initials or messages and engraving is available for fragrance stoppers and bottles.
La Grande Épicerie de Paris serves up mouthwatering excellence with exclusive, specially selected products such as the panettone I Banchi, with a recipe by Michelin starred Italian chef Ciccio Sultano.