At these ultra-luxe dining venues, guests will be sure to rub elbows with the A-list style mavens and fashionistas descending upon the city, all while enjoying the season’s most delectable dishes.
L’Ecrin: Located in the remarkable Hôtel de Crillon, A Rosewood Hotel, a first stop for the fashion jet set which was just announced as the 11th hotel in all of Paris to receive the highly-coveted designation of an official palace hotel, the Michelin-starred gastronomic restaurant L’Ecrin welcomes a mere 28 guests per evening to enjoy inventive dishes in an intimate and elegant setting. In addition to the first-class fare and unparalleled people watching, L’Ecrin and Hôtel de Crillon feature countless insta-worthy backdrops for diners to take a pre-show snap of their fashion week looks. Available for a limited time only, the hotel has also debuted a new brunch series with themed events throughout the year, including an Haute Couture brunch and Thanksgiving brunch to name a few.
L’Avenue: A go-to for those wishing to see and be seen, this glamourous two-story restaurant is located on the iconic Avenue Montaigne in Paris’ 8th arrondisement. The waitstaff here are as beautiful as the stylish interiors, so much so that its often hard to tell them apart from the slew of models and celebrities constantly streaming through the doors. If you’re lucky enough to snag a reservation, the lobster and frites are an absolute must.
La Société: A swanky post-modern Brasserie located on the Left Bank, La Société stands out amongst the neighborhood’s other iconic spots like Les Deux Margots and Café de Flore with its Christian Liaigre-designed interiors, live jazz music, and drop-dead gorgeous clientele. After indulging a plate of foie gras or escargot, diners can hit the shops in Saint Germain des Pres if their fashion-week wardrobe needs a boost.