Transport yourself back to 1920’s Paris.
Jazz music and the carefree style of dance which accompanied it were a boon in the French capital.

Black musicians and performers arrived on the fashionable club scene and the Parisians loved them.

It was this wave of acceptance and love of the genre that allowed Josephine Baker to become a star.

In Paris she was beloved of the music halls and shot to stardom as a performer and as a socialite.
She was financially the most successful of the Paris Jazz scene, and the media loved her, she graced many a front page of Parisian newspapers of the time.

Bathe in the ambiance of Riad Star¬†Josephine’s Marrakech home and enjoy the plethora of ephemera of the Jazz age.