Lady in rouge! Fresh-faced Brigitte Macron, 68, looks elegant in a red trouser suit as she attends opening of Paris’ new $195 million Bourse de Commerce art museum
- Brigitte Macron, 68, stepped out to open a new art exhibition in Paris last night
- Emmanuel Macron’s wife looked fresh in a vibrant red suit and crisp white shirt
- Blond hair was coiffed in perfect bouncy blow-dry as she flashed beaming smile
- She was opening the Francois Pinault Collection at the Bource de Commerce
Brigitte Macron cut a stylish figure as she opened an exhibition for the first time in more than a year last night.
With France lifting its heaviest Covid-19 regulations yesterday, including its 7pm curfew, restaurants, shops, and theaters reopened with a bang last night.
Among those eager to enjoy their newfound freedom was President Emmanuel Macron’s wife, 68, who donned a vibrant red suit to open the Francois Pinault Collection at the Bourse de Commerce de Paris – the city’s former stock exchange turned art gallery.
Sporting a healthy tan and a bouncy blowdry, Brigitte was all smiles as she enjoyed an evening of fine art.
Among the French eager to enjoy their newfound freedom was President Emmanuel Macron’s wife, 68, who donned a vibrant red suit to open the Francois Pinault Collection at the Bourse de Commerce de Paris – the city’s fomer stock exchange turned art gallery
The French first lady looked fresh in a vibrant red suit, paired with a crisp white blouse at yesterday’s event
For her first official outing in months, the French First Lady donned a vibrant double breasted blazer with matching trousers, and a crisp white blouse with a pussybow detail at the collar.
She paired the trouser suit with discreet jewellery and black stiletto heels.
Meanwhile she could be seen carrying a black, bedazzled black face mask.
Sporting a healthy tan, the First Lady had put on a natural makeup, with just a dash of bronzer complimenting her glow and some mascara and eye-shadow circling her blue gaze.
Brigitte attended the event with the collection’s owner, French billionaire Francois Pinaut, centre, and his wife, second right
Brigitte, left and Francois Pinault, right, both donned masks and they readied to see the exhibition for the first time
Deputy Managing Director of the “Bourse de Commerce” Martin Bethenod, left, talked Brigitte through the exhibition
The French First Lady opted for a red suit and white blouse for her first evening of culture in months
The Francois Pinault collection, which belongs to the French billionaire who owns Gucci and St Laurent, has invested the empty rooms of the Bourse de Commerce which used to be France’s busiest stock exchange during the 19th and 20th century.
Refurbished with the help of Japanese architect Tadao Ando, the insides of the grand historic building have been stripped down to a minimalist art gallery in order to display the work of arts from the collection, acquired by the Pinault family.
The billionaire himself and his wife Maryvonne Pinault were in attendance, walking Brigitte through the exhibition, which will open to the public on Saturday May 22.
Pinault bought the building from Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo for 15 million euros in order to set up his collection.