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Set in the legendary theatre Le Palace, on Rue du Faubourg Montmartre, Le Privilège was Paris’ very own studio 54 when it opened in the early 80s. This former private members club relaunched for the Noughties in spring 2010, to rave reviews. Le Privilège draws a compelling crowd of fashionistas, musicians, eccentrics and personalities right at home in the Vogue-like monochrome setting. Jet black plastic leather padded walls and black armchairs are teamed with ice white square tables in the ultra-hip French restaurant. While a blue-backlit bar, chrome padded walls and the popping of Moet corks punctuating the DJ set keep things cool in Le Privilège’s club.