It was the star attraction of the Paris 1900 Exhibition and was moved to the Grévin in 1906. As the years went by, several artists have signed the music and the lighting in this giant kaleidoscope invented by an engineer, Eugène Hénard, who placed the mirrors face to face so as to produce an infinity of your images.
Now in 2018, a young American author, composer, interpreter and designer, Krysle Lip was in charge of the artistic and esthetical transformation of the Hall of Mirrors.
Krysle Lip worked with the king of Haute Coiffure Charlie Le Mindu and Sébastien Mathieu aka SM Bousille, the famous Parisian tattoo artist for the characters in the third display
The jungle’s floral decor was signed by Eriko Nagata who combines modern art and fashion for an unequalled and enchanting presentation.
For jewelry, Angela Oheix et Lucie Lebrun de Legion Paris, decided to use for raw steel wich they deformed, oxidized until they get brazen, graphic and resolutely contemporary jewels.
Since 1906, thousands of visitors have been charmed by this unique world-class light and sound show. Some of its most devoted celebrity fans include Francis Ford Coppola, Michael Jackson and Jean Paul Gaultier and it also inspired the master surrealists, Salvador Dali for one.