If you happen to be in Paris during Paris Design Week and looking to indulge in some of France's exclusive sweet delights, here's some news for you...
At Ladurée, the chef Yann Menguy has imagined a delicate light pink Cocotte which combines meringue shells, rose-flavored cream, and poached pear with rose and fresh raspberry.
While Lenôtre has adopted the Toile de Jouy “Drinkers” pattern edited by the Braquenié fabric brand.
To celebrate the bicentenary of the death of Christophe-Philippe Oberkampf, founder of the French factory, a remastered version in neon colors by designer Hervé Mat&Jewski crowns the sweet creations of Guy Krenzer, director of Lenôtre’s creations, and his pastry chefs, in tones of sweet chic.
As for the chocolatier Jean-Paul Hévin, for his new concept Chocolate Bar (re)located on the Rue de Bretagne in the Marais district, he is concocting an Esquimomo that lovers of all things good and chocolatey will adore. Paris Sweet Week?