Pierre Hermé married to Valérie Franceschi in Corsica, a union in front of the crème de la crème: the slideshow

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Pierre Hermé married to Valérie Franceschi in Corsica, a union in front of the crème de la crème

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Exclusive – Pierre Hermé and his wife Valérie – Inauguration of the Peruvian restaurant “Coya” at 53-57 rue de Grenelle in the 7th in Paris. © Rachid Bellak/Bestimage

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Pierre Hermé in the program “The best pastry chef, the professionals” broadcast on M6

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Pierre Hermé – Ceremony of presentation of the insignia of Commander in the Order of Arts and Letters to Pierre Hermé and Knight in the Order of Arts and Letters to David Sinapian at the Ministry of Culture in Paris, September 23, 2019. © Marc Ausset-Lacroix/Bestimage

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Exclusive – Pierre Hermé and his wife Valérie – Personalities at the cocktail party of the jeweler “Baümer”, place Vendôme in Paris, to celebrate the arrival of summer. June 2, 2022 © Rachid Bellak / Bestimage

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Pierre Hermé and his wife Valérie at the French Open tennis village of Roland Garros in Paris, France, June 11, 2021. © Dominique Jacovides/Bestimage

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Pierre Hermé and his wife Valérie Franceschi – Celebrities in the stands of the French internationals at Roland Garros in Paris on May 30, 2022. © Cyril Moreau – Dominique Jacovides/Bestimage

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Pierre Hermé in the program “The best pastry chef, the professionals” broadcast on M6

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Pierre Hermé – Ceremony of presentation of the insignia of Commander in the Order of Arts and Letters to Pierre Hermé and Knight in the Order of Arts and Letters to David Sinapian at the Ministry of Culture in Paris, September 23, 2019. © Marc Ausset-Lacroix/Bestimage

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Pierre Hermé and his wife Valérie – Opening of the artist David Shrigley x La Maison Ruinart “Unconventional Bubbles” at the Opera Bastille in Paris on March 5, 2020. © Olivier Borde/Bestimage

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Pierre Hermé and his wife Valerie – Photocall of the dinner of the 45th Cesar ceremony at Fouquet’s in Paris. February 28, 2020 © Pierre Perusseau / Bestimage

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Pierre Hermé (Honorary President of the Fair) – Inauguration of the 2nd pastry fair at Porte de Versailles, Paris on June 14, 2019. © Marc Ausset-Lacroix/Bestimage

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Pierre Hermé and his wife Valérie – Opening of the exhibition “When the mask falls” by Stéphane de Bourgies on the roof of the Grande Arche in Paris, March 12, 2019. Almost 40 years of career will be exhibited on the 1200m2 of the cultural space on the roof of the Grande Arche, for the retrospective devoted to the international portrait painter Stéphane de Bourgies. All the greatest artists have all one day pushed the door of his Parisian studio to come out with the photo, this instinctive portrait full of contrasts and emotions, which Stéphane knows so well how to capture through his lens. This is how Stéphane de Bourgies went back to his first photography years, at the end of the 70s until today, to select, among the thousands of portraits in his possession, around 200 of them, and to allow visitors to immerse themselves in the eyes of his models whether they are businessmen, chefs, models, actors, singers or even anonymous. The cultural space of the Toit de la Grande Arche will thus take on the appearance of a portrait gallery, where the intimacy of these “Face to Faces” will take on its full dimension. Largest exhibition devoted to date to this artist who claims the strength of his experience to create his images. The 200 portraits will be presented in several formats, to be discovered after the climb in the panoramic elevator to the 35th floor of the Grande Arche de la Défense, under the panoramic rooftop. Meet at 110 meters above sea level from Wednesday March 13 to Sunday May 26, 2019. © Coadic Guirec/Bestimage

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Pierre Hermé and his wife Valérie – Longchamp 70th anniversary party at the Opéra Garnier in Paris on September 11, 2018. © Rachid Bellak/Bestimage

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Exclusive – Pierre Hermé – Inauguration of the “Beaupassage” alley in the 7th arrondissement of Paris on September 5, 2018. This new temple of gastronomy is located in place of the former Récollets convent. This “place to stroll dedicated to beauty, goodness and well-being” hosts the Allénothèque, the wine cellar of Y. Alléno, the Café P. Hermé, a gourmet lounge run by the pastry virtuoso, La Boulangerie of T.Marx and Daily Pic, the affordable canteen of A.Sophie Pic, 7-star chef. © Pierre Perusseau/Bestimage

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Pierre Hermé and his wife Valérie – Marie-Claire evening, new air at the Lutetia hotel in Paris on June 5, 2018. © Giancarlo Gorassini / Bestimage

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Pierre Hermé (Honorary President of the Fair) – Inauguration of the 2nd pastry fair at Porte de Versailles, Paris on June 14, 2019. © Marc Ausset-Lacroix/Bestimage

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Exclusive – Pierre Hermé and his wife Valérie – People backstage at Richard Orlinski’s show “Tête de Kong!” at the Olympia in Paris on June 17, 2019. © Cyril Moreau-Tiziano Da Silva/Bestimage

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