Images © Pierre Monetta
At this year’s Paris Fashion Week, the Chanel show was transformed into one of Europe’s most spectacular sights, the Gorges du Verdon in Provence.
Six waterfalls cascaded down 10 metres under a wooden catwalk, through 2,600 seats surrounded by lush vegetation. The aquatic theme was present throughout the show with perspex earrings shaped like giant raindrops, two-tone rain boots, scallop hems and iridescent fabrics.
What better way to experience the site where Lagerfeld took inspiration than with a luxury stay at the beautiful La Bastide de Moustiers, former home of famous Chef Alain Ducasse, just a 20-minute drive from Gorges du Verdon.
La Bastide de Moustiers is a jewel – a small, seventeenth-century building set just outside the village of Moustiers.
The inn perfectly expresses Ducasse’s own aesthetic – an ancient house hidden among lavender bushes and olive trees, discovered on a motorbike tour, in which every glass, plate, linen bed sheet, antique ceramic or book in the library has been indivudally picked by Ducasse himself.
La Bastide de Moustiers offers superior double rooms from €270 per night based on two sharing
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