The Crazy Horse Paris you can eat!
Fauchon and Crazy Horse Paris, symbols of Parisian elegance and impertinence, unveil a new 100% gourmet & glamour pastry.
To celebrate 65 years of design and madness, Crazy Horse Paris is honouring the famous Parisian lingerie designer Chantal Thomass and has invited her to take on the artistic direction of its new show “Dessous Dessus”. On this occasion, the French house of Fauchon, a name synonymous with of luxury food and fine groceries, created for the first time an éclair inspired by the curves of the dancers of the legendary cabaret.
For this wildly chic & Parisian collaboration, the Head Pastry Chef of the House, Patrick Pailler, has combined the sophistication of Fauchon with the glamour of Crazy Horse Paris by offering a brand new recipe for an éclair. Topped with a white chocolate shell in pop colours that recall the lighting effects of Crazy Horse Paris, this éclair hides a Madagascar vanilla cream inside, mixed with a raspberry-ginger compote resting on a chocolate cream filling, topped with Madagascar vanilla and ginger.
To succumb to the pleasure of the Crazy by FAUCHON éclair, go to the Fauchon boutique in Paris, at 24-26 Place de la Madeleine between 5 October and 31 December and to the Fauchon website.
This absolutely stunning sweet will be available to discover in its “cocktail” version at Crazy Horse Paris for the entire duration of the show “Dessous Dessus” in some offers, including Crazy Premium. Book your tickets for “Dessous Dessus” now, and spend an evening full of delights!
Founded in Paris in 1886 by Auguste Fauchon, the Maison Fauchon quickly attained international fame as a symbol of French luxury.Ever since 1895, pastry has been one of the brand’s favoured areas, and the House’s pastry chefs are constantly inventing new expressions of dessert with originality and creativity.In its iconic shop at 26, place de la Madeleine, an iconic Parisian address for over 130 years, Fauchon offers a setting for the greatest classics and great sweet and savoury fresh products. There the Fauchon chefs and experts mix skill and inventiveness, with a desire to always stay creative and to enchant.
Crazy Horse Paris
Glamour, innovation, sensuality…
A reference House of Design, loved by and popular with celebrities and artists worldwide, Crazy Horse Paris was founded in 1951 by Alain Bernardin, at 12, avenue George V in the 8th arrondissement of Paris, a stone’s throw from the Eiffel Tower and the Champs Elysées.With its high-profile collaborations and iconic Guest Stars, from Philippe Decouflé to Christian Louboutin, from Beyoncé to David Lynch, from Dita Von Teese to Conchita Wurst, the most glamorous of Parisian cabarets and its famous dancers at the mythical arch, are, like Fauchon, ambassadors of French savoir-faire and chic the world over.