Menswear showcase Dandy’s Night opens its doors to the public

The crème de la crème of menswear artisans gather for one ultra-chic day

Low-cut lama leather summer slippers from shoemaker Bocache & Salvucci
Low-cut lama leather summer slippers from shoemaker Bocache & Salvucci

Sartorial savoir faire comes to Paris’s Avenue Montaigne on March 14 (11am-5pm) as Dandy’s Night arrives at the Hôtel Plaza Athénée. Now in its third year, the event is open to the public for the first time, and sees some of the world’s finest menswear artisans – including bespoke tailor Cifonelli, French shirtmaker Daniel Lévy, bespoke spectacle maker Ateliers Baudin, luxe sock purveyor Mes Chaussettes Rouges, shoemaker Bocache & Salvucci and Neapolitan tie-maker E Marinella – gather to showcase their exquisitely crafted wares.

Bonne Maison cotton socks, €18; L’Aiglon hand-braided belts, £110; and Fileuse d’Arvor virgin wool jumper, €145, and wool beanie, €35
Bonne Maison cotton socks, €18; L’Aiglon hand-braided belts, £110; and Fileuse d’Arvor virgin wool jumper, €145, and wool beanie, €35
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Dandy’s Night will also address the stylish man’s home: the work of haute bespoke humidor maker Elie Bleu and state-of-the-art audio-visual systems by Bang & Olufsen will both be on show.

Sports jacket from bespoke tailor Cifonelli, price on request
Sports jacket from bespoke tailor Cifonelli, price on request
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Alongside the sartorial and interiors pop-ups, dapper chaps will have the opportunity to hone their style skills with amusing and insightful workshops – such as a shoe-shine masterclass by leather specialist David El Hayani, and a cravat-tying class at E Marinella’s “tie bar”.

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