A vaporous long poncho in black muslin with red and gold flowers worn on stage in the 1990s. A purple cotton dress made by Per Spook for Louis Féraud worn to sing I want to live in america in the Carpentier show in 1975 ....A dozen others are signed Jean-Paul Gaultier, who has been a fan of the singer since he was little, baptized his teddy bear “Nana”.
After 65 years spent in the most legendary concert halls in the world, Nana Mouskouri, the singer with 300 gold records and 400 million records sold, has decided to part with her stage outfits. More than 400 lots are offered for sale including 200 dresses, 90 pairs of shoes, glasses, belts, hats... Her fans and the curious will be able to see these lots exhibited in Paris at the Sabine Bayasli gallery in the Marais from Wednesday June 14.
The sale will be led by Jack-Philippe Ruellan, auctioneer. “It was with all these dresses that I realized my granddaughter dream of becoming a singer. By their talent, these fashion designers allowed me to exist freely on the stage, writes the singer. After a lifetime of travel, my dresses had gradually fallen asleep in my wardrobes. This sale came from a meeting between the singer and Brigitte Macron. “I have a lot of esteem and respect for her. I offered to organize a sale and a show for the benefit of the Fondation des Hôpitaux de France. A project that she welcomed with great enthusiasm.