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03 September 2019

A piercing by Maria Tash at Le Bon Marché

To celebrate its exhibition “So Punk”, Le Bon Marché a is hosting the pop-up store of American designer Maria Tash, the leading light in piercing who excels in the “ear party”. This involves wearing studs and rings of all sizes on every part of the ear, whether the helix at the top, the tragus just below or even the conch further inside. A stroke of luck: her team will be there to perform customized piercings (on appointment) that is, perfectly positioned to highlight the shape of your ear, the place where you want to attract attention. You should also consider your haircut or whether you often wear a helmet. Then it’s up to you to play and choose the stars, the creoles, the bars among the hundreds that she offers.

 

Maria Tash at Le Bon Marché until 20 October 2019

 

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