Moët so much more than just a fizzy drink, especially in collaboration with Chandon Canel House
Save the date because on 15 April the Moët & Chandon Canal House will open.
The place to be for a glass of champagne, but it’s also buzzing with creativity. Amongst others, you can book a living room concert with Alain Clark or a fashion clinic with top couturier Ronald van der Kemp. Expect the unexpected during the aperitif, broaden your knowledge of champagne with a tasting or eat the perfect egg during the Easter lunch on Boxing Day. Want to know what else you can do in this special place?
For eleven days, you can let yourself be surprised by a mix of some very talented friends of Moët & Chandon. They will take you into their inspiring world of fashion, sound and creative entrepreneurship.
Danie Bles and Renate Gerschtanowitz
Top stylist and owner of Amsterdam Fashion Week Danie Bles and the always well-dressed television personality Renate Gerschtanowitz show you the common ground between interior and fashion on 15 April and get you ready for the new season.
Ronald van der Kemp
How do clothes affect your personality? On 16 April, sustainable fashion designer Ronald van der Kemp will give a clinic on building a wardrobe that perfectly matches your personality. RVDK tells you how you can look at yourself differently, embrace your personality and become one with all your imperfections. From his fashion atelier, which moved to the Canal House for the occasion, he takes you based on muses from the 70s and 80s.
Do you prefer to attend an intimate concert by Alain Clark? That is also possible on 17 and 24 April. During the lock-down, the Dutch singer-songwriter and producer Alain Clark invited his musical friends to Alain’s Safe Space. There, they made music together in these difficult times for all artists. This concept, born out of creative necessity, quickly grew into a phenomenon. Artists like Maan, Davina Michelle and Dotan were there to fill many a living room with loving music together with Alain. Now Alain’s Safe Space moves to the Moët & Chandon Canal House, but this time with a physical crowd in the living room on Amsterdam’s Herengracht. Who will be his guest remains a surprise…
Anke de Jong and Julia Mekkes
They have one thing in common, the authoritative and energetic editor-in-chief of ELLE and this dyed-in-the-wool criminal lawyer: they are regularly asked where they scored their outfit. And rightly so, because Anke de Jong and Julia Mekkes always look like they belong in a white gold ring. The nice thing is that they both have different tastes and styles, which suit their character. They show you how you too can dress with surprise and taste. Entirely in your style.
This man is what you call an all-rounder. This top creative talent and serial entrepreneur has developed many a concept for global brands. Many people do not know that Ron also has musical wizardry. Especially for Moët & Chandon, he jumps behind the turntable and lets you enjoy the needed beats, making the bubbles taste even better. He will transform the Canal House Living Room into an intimate nightclub, where you can meet interesting personalities and celebrate life unashamedly.