Lets raise above those difficult times and celebrate excellence, beauty and the harmony of nations. Danceurs of the Paris Opera confined at home but All together.
We All belong to One world.
Crédit video Cédric Klapisch
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Le Bal is culturally linked to the 18th century English tradition of the débutante ball, wherein the young ladies were introduced into society. The débutantes were curtsying to HM the Queen, wearing white gowns, white gloves and tiaras. In France the traditional débutantes ball started in 1957 and ended in 1973.
In 1992, Ophélie Renouard invented a modern version that she named “Le Bal”. Its purpose is to raise money for Charities to help young women. Of course now, due to Facebook and other social media, the Debs need not to make their social débuts, Le Bal is rather the unforgettable moment of their couture and media premières.
Each year, Ophélie Renouard brings together about only 20 vibrant young women and their cavaliers. The cavaliers wear white tie, and the Haute Couture houses each dress a Deb for the event. It is the only Charity ball in the world where the Debs wear Haute Couture. Le Bal in Paris is also the only débutante all in the world which is by invitation only. It is not possible to buy tickets to attend or take part in Le Bal in Paris.
Le Bal is about the empowerment of young women and young men as well as the harmony of nations. The Debs and cavaliers come from about 12 different countries, and thus brings together movers and shakers from all sorts of cultures and walks of life across the globe. The guests come together to celebrate the Debs and their cavaliers, and help somme less fortunate ones.
It is thus fitting that Le Bal’s purpose is to raise money for two charities that help young women : The NYC-based Seleni Institute, a non-profit organization providing care, information and research funding critical to supporting the mental health of teenage mothers. Enfants d’Asie, which promotes young girls’ education in Sout East Asia. Every year, the donation received from Le Bal have funded a year of schooling for 1100 disadvantaged girls in Laos, Cambodia and the Philippines. Le Bal is a Parisian institution, and “one of the top 10 social events in the world”, according to Forbes magazine. Its sucess has been increasing year after year in Europe, Asia and the Americas. The annual event, held on Thanksgiving weekend, starts with the presentation, followed by a dinner and ... Le Bal !