Nestled in the upscale Vendôme district (1er arrondissement), the Cocktail Bar and Private Baby Doll Club thrills the Parisian nights to the rhythm of the 1970 and 1980 years. Inspired by the iconic clubs of the capital - from the Palace to Studio 54 - and the nightly epics of Serge Gainsbourg, the Baby Doll makes us plunge back the time of an evening in a bygone era. A revival spirit that makes us nostalgic!

The Friedmann & Versace studio - founded by the tandem Delphine Versace and Virginie Friedmann - develops a creative approach to interior architecture to create sophisticated places with a marked identity. New address for night owls, the Baby Doll is a real party place that transports us until dawn in the boom years of Parisian nightlife.

Playing with contrasts of mats and brilliants, the felted and elegant decoration of the club plunges us into a sulphurous and voluptuous atmosphere. Like the soft benches and seats in green velvet and plum, the carpet with the motives of poisonous plants plunges us into a confidential atmosphere. The furniture is dressed in Dedar fabrics or pleated leather, and the mirrored tables, both of them with touches of brass, also giving the place its intimate setting.

Behind the black lacquered bar, exceptional spirits find their place on an illuminated shelf. The map developed by the mixologist Stephen Martin offers delicious signature cocktails inspired by the most famous titles of the enfant terrible of the French song. Wrapped in this cozy decor, we exchange confidences while sipping a Sea, sex and sun or a Lemon a zest.

A subtly retro interior that cultivates the feverish animation of the club.

To learn more, visit the Friedmann & Versace agency website

Photographs: © Hervé Goluza

Léa Pagnier

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