Charlie Le Mindu's Epic Crazy Horse Nightclub Show

EYES IN™ Magazine Editor-in-Chief Vivian Van Dijk was blown away by Charlie Le Mindu's spectacular performance at the infamous Crazy Horse nightclub in Paris. The Male Gaze has cemented Charlie le Mindu's position as one of France's most influential voices.

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Charlie Le Mindu Hosts Riveting Performance at Crazy Horse

The Male Gaze is an artistic movement from the raoring twenties which has inspired Charlie Le Mindu for his most recent collection constructed around the concept of the look. The look as an important tool of communication between people and as an intellectual motor to anticipate a situation. After the success of his first cabaret Paris Hait Gris at the Fondation Cartier last year, this season Charlie le Mindu has renewed his interest for the spectacle to present his Haute Coiffure collection during Paris Couture week. Lasting 30 minutes, the designer reveals 5 scenes rhythmed by the partitions of Kap Bambino, with videos and performances in the interlude. Filled with roticism, Charlie le Mindu imagines a dark show twisted by his muses, with the presence of the iconic dancer Irina Bouglione.

About Crazy Horse

The original Crazy Horse was founded in Paris by Alain Bernardin in 1951 and has been an illustrious cabaret ever since. It currently features show "Désirs" at the historical cabaret in Paris, France and "Forever Crazy" on tour world wide. Since 2006, Crazy Horse Paris integrates glamorous women to perform specifically created acts as headlining guests for a limited set of exclusive performances.

The first guest star in the history of the company was Dita Von Teese. Since a series of exceptional women have performed in the different Crazy Horse shows throughout the world, including: Arielle Dombasle (Paris 2007), Pamela Anderson (Paris 2008), Carmen Electra (Las Vegas 2009), Clotilde Courau (Paris 2010), Claire Sinclaire (Las Vegas), Noemie Lenoir (Paris 2013) and Conchita Wurst (Paris, 2014). Crazy Horse Paris' rich artistic legacy is recognized worldwide and especially celebrated among creators, artists and designers. Over the past years Le Crazy has collaborated with Christian Louboutin, David Lynch, Philippe Decouflé, Mirwais, Antoine Kruk, Ali Mahdavi, Miuccia Prada, Roberto Cavalli, Kylie Minogue, Ellen von Unwerth and Beyonce Knowles.

About Charlie Le Mindu

Charlie Le Mindu is a French-born hairstylist and headpiece designer, now based in London. After studying at the French Hair Academy, Le Mindu went on to establish himself as 'Resident Hairdresser' at Berlin nightclubs White Trash, RIO Club and Barbie Deinhoff's after performing a series of 'Live Cuts'. Le Mindu now operates a salon from his East London home, and regular clientele include Carri Mundane, Peaches and Jodie Harsh. A regular contributor to Vogue Russia, Elle and French Vogue, Le Mindu launched his first wig collection in February 2009 and has shown as part of London Fashion Week.

 

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Photos Courtesy of Vivian Van Dijk

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