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By webadmin | July 21 2012
Paris, France – Reported by Elite Traveler, the private jet lifestyle magazine
Mandarin Oriental, Paris is delighted to announce their participation in this year’s prestigious Vogue Fashion Night Out taking place in Paris on September 6, 2012.
For the past four years, the international editions of Vogue magazine have lit up some of the most glamorous streets in the world with Vogue’s Fashion Night Out, one of the most significant events on the fashion calendar. Vogue Paris is one of the 21 editions of the magazine taking part and this year, the magazine will bring the unique shopping experience to a new region of the French capital, between the Elysée Palace and Place de la Madeleine. After three years, the boutiques on Avenue Montaigne, Rue François 1er and Avenue George V, are handing the baton to Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, which is home to Mandarin Oriental, Paris. During this exclusive event, access to participating stores will be by invitation only, reserved for clients and readers of Vogue magazine.
To coincide with this exciting event, Mandarin Oriental, Paris is launching a selection of new iconic and delicious delicacies, including a collection of It Cocktails from the hotel’s Bar 8. This selection of delectable cocktails includes the Little Green Dress, made up of fresh cucumber juice, melon, fresh mint, lettuce, lemon juice, wasabi and agave syrup, as well as Mandarin’s Secret, a smooth mix of campari, raspberry puree, rose syrup, slobbery gin, bitter rhubarb and champagne.
Alongside the It Cocktails, Mandarin Oriental, Paris has also produced a delicious new cake to mark this occasion. The It Cake, which will be available from the hotel’s Cake Shop, combines the acidity of raspberry, the delicacy of champagne, the crunch of macadamia nut and the smoothness of almond biscuit to create a truly sumptuous delight.
Another specialty to mark the occasion comes from the hotel’s Camelia restaurant, which is offering a special 45 minutes menu created by chef Thierry Marx, made up of either a starter and a main dish or a main dish and a dessert, which will be available from 5.30 to 7.30pm on September 6, where guests will have a choice of two starters, two main dishes and a selection of desserts ($55 per person).