I want to do that, I want to do this. I want to enjoy life even more! Based on such greedy thoughts, we will deliver the daily life of editor-in-chief Ishii, who enjoys life full of distractions. This time, we will talk about the attire for events that have begun in earnest both domestically and internationally. At the summer night event "Soirée Blanche" which originated in the south of France, and at the dinner event held in Paris to coincide with the announcement of the "New Type XX" by the top watchmaker "Breguet", Ishii, the unfaithful, was impressed.
``Soirée Blanche'' is an event with an ``all white'' dress code, which is said to have originated in Saint-Tropez on the Cote d'Azur in southern France. Here in Japan, it is famous for being held at the French Kitchen of the Grand Hyatt Tokyo (also the setting for DISCO LEON), a luxury hotel in Roppongi, Tokyo, but it has been postponed for the past few years due to the coronavirus... …. However, we recently heard that the event is being revived! Since the hotel is celebrating its 20th anniversary, the event will be even more powerful. Of course we all rushed to the opening.
Some people may be a little hesitant when they hear that the dress code is all white, but in fact, it's easier in a sense because you don't have to worry about coordinating your outfit, and since everyone is white, you can easily get used to the embarrassment. It will be. On the other hand, anyone can look gorgeous! Feel like a celebrity! If you can take just half a step, all you have to do is be careful with red wine (lol). By the way, Ishii participated in a custom-made white jacket from Napoli's up-and-coming Salto, Luca Gracia, and loose white bread from ``Rappin' Knot,'' a Niigata-based knit maker. I don't usually wear an all-white outfit, but I love white jackets, white pants, and other items and wear them often. With its dignity and elegance, it is a perfect companion for adults in the upcoming season, so please use it as a reference.
Location: French Kitchen (2nd floor, Grand Hyatt Tokyo, 6-10-3 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo)
Dates: June 24th (Sat), July 1st (Sat), 8th (Sat), 15th (Sat), 29th (Sat), August 5th (Sat), 12th (Sat) , 19th (Sat), 26th (Sat)
Holding time: Regular plan 18:00 - 22:00 (LO 21:30)
Standing plan 19:00 - 22:00 (LO 21:30)
Venue: All-day dining "French Kitchen" interior and terrace area Dress code: All white Reservations: Reservations required on the official website ●Regular plan 13,200 yen Enjoy free-flowing drinks and buffet-style food in a seated style plan
And next, I just participated last week! This is the outfit worn at the global dinner held in Paris to coincide with the announcement of the new Type XX by Breguet, the top watchmaker. Oh, LEON.JP will be reporting in detail about "Type XX" which is already a hot topic around the world, so please look forward to it as well.
This time's dress code is "black tie". What a place! Petit Palais Museum! Built in time for the 1900 Paris World's Fair, the museum itself is considered a work of art. This is the highest level dinner venue in Ishii's history. Of course, I wore a tuxedo, but I wore a velvet vest that I ordered about 15 years ago. It was quite expensive for me at the time, but since I wear it about 2-3 times a year, it has already paid for itself (lol). Although it has been modified several times to suit the times, it is still in active use. And even with these seats, I still want to play somewhere! I want to serve it! That is LEON and Ishii's spirit. If you look closely, you'll notice that the bead of the shirt is pale blue, and I've worn a floral print stole from Dolce & Gabbana to go with it.
For fashion lovers, there is nothing more fun than spending time adhering to the dress code while adding your own personal touch. Ah, 7/28 was finally Disco LEON. The dress code is "colorful". Please feel free to join us!