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At the beginning of the reign of Louis XIV, the finest silks and porcelains were imported. But that was before his minister, Jean-Baptiste Colbert, got involved.
Bloodless state coffers and a serious deficit in foreign trade: at the end of the 17th century,Competing with foreign countries , Minister of , was tired of fleeing abroad currencies. Extravagant sums spent by the well-off in society who adore Italian mirrors, Dutch silks and other Chinese porcelain, social markers of the time.
Colbert and his ministry then fundamentally reorganized French factories so that they could compete with or even do better than their foreign counterparts. Everything is allowed: spy, steal trade secrets, and even declare war. That, victorious, against Holland (1672-1678) thus allowed France to recover the production of draperies. Louis XIV then becomes influencer n ° 1 and his Versailles, a fabulous "showroom".
By alternating reconstructions of period scenes, and expert interventions. The invention of French luxury, intelligent documentary by Stéphane Bégoin, teaches us how "beauty and innovation" have become the pillars of French luxury.
Saturday December 5, on Arte, at 8.50 p.m.
Stephen Colbert, Trevor Noah, and Jimmy Fallon say hello to President Biden, sing bye to that other guy .
President Biden was sworn in as America's 46th president on Wednesday, and former President Donald Trump retired to Florida. The Late Show captured the mood on late-night television. "It was a bright, sunny day in Washington, and now we finally have a president who knows not to stare directly at the sun, Jimmy Fallon said at The Tonight Show. "Seriously, anyone else feel like they just lost 280 pounds?" Jimmy Kimmel Live, like The Tonight Show, chose Steam's "Na Na Na Na Hey Hey Goodbye" as Trump's exit song. "Watching the inauguration today, I recognized just how worried I've been for my country," Stephen Colbert said at The Late Show.