12.04.2016 La Closerie des Lilas #lifestyle

Evening of the Closerie Des Lilas Award 2016

We almost breathed this year at the Prix de la Closerie des Lilas. Always very (or even too) run despite a carefully selected guestlist, the appointment celebrated literary women and Germanopratin elegance with an epicurean party (the buffet!) and dance. Winner of the 2016 Prize for her novel’Le dernier amour d’Attila Kiss’, Julia Kerninon won 3000 euros as well as a year free of any addition in the famous café on boulevard Montparnasse. Among other prestigious endowments.

Created in 2007, the Prix de la Closerie des Lilas is an original award for a French-language novelist whose work is published in January. For nine years, the vocation of the Prize has been to independently promote women’s literature. Successful mission for the instigator of this beautiful project, Carole Chrétiennot (also co-founder of the Prix de Flore), who this year invited Emmanuelle Bercot, Anne Lauvergeon and Caroline de Maigret to join the jury, whose permanent trunk is composed of the greatest French novelists.

THE only night of the year where you can watch Amélie Nothomb dance on Blurred Lines while enjoying the best Pata Negra in town with Tatiana de Rosnay.

Photos: Jean Picon

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