Crazy Horse Paris cabaret

Crazy Horse Paris cabaretSnapshot before the show


Yesterday it was time to go crazy while kicking off the weekend. Forever Crazy at Crazy Horse Paris to be precise. “Crazy Horse, is that a horse show?” Oh no, far from that…So wipe those War Horse images away.

Time for some Crazy Horse Paris history in a nutshell. In 1951, the original concept Le Crazy Horse was established by Alain Bernardin. He was an artist and great admirer of women. Stimulated by his admiration, he created an innovative concept: an artistic cabaret around women and design. And so it occurred. Alain developed an artistic cabaret: An ode to femininity with the body of female performers in the picture, mostly dressed in digital lightning projections and accompanied by the latest fashion and music influences. Et voilà…Le Crazy Horse was born. Since 2006 this concept has been taken to a higher level by inviting popular guests to perfom in the show. For example the Queen of Burlesque, Dita von Teese, appeared in the show. Since design plays an important role, popular designers have also been invited to design for the show. Just think about heels and Christian Louboutin and you’ll get the picture!

Back to 2014 and The Netherlands. Yesterday was the first Crazy Horse Paris cabaret ever at Luxor Theater, Rotterdam in The Netherlands. I was very curious about this Parisian cabaret, so together with a friend I decided to have a taste of Crazy Horse Paris. While we were entering the showroom of the Crazy Horse show, I immediately got luxurious Paris nightclub vibes. There was a decor of red chairs with little black tables, golden decoration, nightblue darkness, sparkling attributes and ofcourse: champagne!

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Cats rule the internet when it comes down to the funny pictures department.

The newest hype: Cats v.s. vintage Pin Up Girls

Meow meowww…

funny cat pin up girls picture

 

funny cat pin up girls picture

 

funny cat pin up girls picture

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Paul Newman black suit

So I was in my old-hollywood-movie-mood again. As I watched some movies I realised, some things will never change. Ofcourse technology had changed 180 degrees from 1950 till now. And sure… the material life as we know it was unthinkable back in the days. But certain things will always stay the same…:

Men will be men (Some like it hot, 1959)

Diamonds & pearls are still a girl’s best friend (80% of the movies from let’s say…1920 till now)

– We still like good dancing… (Fred Astaire / Gene Kelly  movies)

– And great sense of humour (Laurel & Hardy, Charlie Chaplin)

– Sense of great fashion style (Audrey Hepburn, Elizabeth Taylor, Grace Kelly and many more..)

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