Bye bye Madame Irma, here is the new generation of clairvoyants – Elle

Bye bye Madame Irma here is the new generation of

At the Café Contresort, tucked away in a quiet street in the 18th arrondissement of Paris, the decor plunges customers into the atmosphere: signs of the zodiac adorn the midnight blue walls; pumpkins and candles are placed everywhere. At the entrance, tarot games are self-service; even the taste buds go into magic mode with, à … Read more

“The Master of the Zodiac”: Claire Keim as Madame Soleil of the FBI

The Master of the Zodiac Claire Keim as Madame Soleil

En 2004, TF1 hits hard. His summer saga Zodiac attracts more than ten million viewers. On the program: a courageous heroine, a serial killer who eliminates each member of his family one by one, and a cop on the teeth a bit lyrical embodied by Francis Huster. Two years after this triumph, confirmed by the … Read more

Bottega Veneta’s “pillow” sneakers, the Chanel allure in the snow… The imperative Madame

Bottega Venetas pillow sneakers the Chanel allure in the snow

By Rose Casado, Justine Feutry Published on 10/14/2022 at 2:35 p.m., Update on 10/14/2022 at 4:22 p.m. Bottega Veneta is playing Pillow face, H&M Studio is getting younger, Tiffany is extending its nightclub… Bottega Veneta, Emmanuelle Khanh, H&M, Chanel, Moncler, Tiffany & Co, Notshy Back to what the editorial team absolutely wants to share this … Read more

Michele Chabelski. Madame Rousseau, creator of the gibbet where Julien Bayou hangs – Tribune Juive

Michele Chabelski Madame Rousseau creator of the gibbet where Julien

Shabbat Shalom I don’t know what happened in bed and in Julien Bayou’s life… Julien Bayou was perhaps a bad husband, a poor, selfish companion… Maybe… Maybe not… In any case Sandrine Rousseau considered that he made his wife unhappy. And said it. A McCarthyite in petticoats… To the dehydrated media which often drink in … Read more

In Pigalle, the joyful rebirth of Madame Arthur, the very first Parisian transvestite cabaret

Reserved for our subscribers ReportageThe place celebrates its 75th anniversary this summer. However, without the audacity of a buyer and a troupe of queer artists, it could have disappeared. The place continues the legacy of Bambi, Fétiche and Coccinelle who performed there at a time when cross-dressing was not without risk. The small round tables … Read more