Haute couture and a crowded Olympia Charlotte Cardin experiences a

Haute couture and a crowded Olympia: Charlotte Cardin experiences a dream week in Paris

Charlotte Cardin just had a dream week in the City of Light. She attended Chanel's prestigious spring-summer fashion show before presenting her first Olympia de Paris to a sold-out audience of several relatives and friends on Wednesday evening.

“I'm speechless. Thank you, Paris,” the Quebec star wrote on Instagram alongside a series of pictures from the evening, one of which shows her holding a large bouquet of flowers.

“Yesterday Charlotte Cardin amazed L'Olympia,” proudly wrote her lover Aljoscha Schneider, who sang his title “Ensemble” with her.

“It is very, very rare that we are in the same city at the same time. Plus, you wrote a song about it,” Charlotte Cardin said after welcoming Schneider on stage by hugging him.

For grandmother

Charlotte Cardin experienced this unforgettable evening in great company with 45 family members who had traveled from Montreal.

“His parents had bought 45 tickets. His grandparents, who hadn't flown in 30 years, were there. “She dedicated “Anyone Who Loves Me” to her grandmother,” says Flavio Rodriguez, a Parisian admirer who attended her 12th Charlotte Cardin concert.

Videos posted by viewers on social networks prove that the French have certainly taken over. You can see the audience standing, dancing and singing the lyrics to his songs.

Charlotte Cardin also invited rapper Dinos and Portuguese artist Maro to sing with her.

Star treatment

The day before, Charlotte Cardin caused a stir when she arrived at the Grand Palais Éphémère in Paris, where she spotted Chanel's spring-summer collection as part of Paris Fashion Week.

She received the star treatment.

She was filmed and photographed on the street, now sporting blonde hair thanks to her hairdresser David D'Amours, and being addressed by her first name.

That's unlikely to fade considering that when she returns to Paris in December she will sing at the Zénith, another legendary hall in the French capital that seats 6,800.

Come back to the country

Her glamorous moments fit into the Quebecois' busy schedule. Starting on Friday evening in Bordeaux, she will be on stage seven times in seven different cities in France and Belgium in nine days.

After the last concert in La Roche-sur-Yon on February 3rd, she will get on a plane to get home.

However, there is no break, as he has a concert in Ottawa on February 6th, followed by four sold-out nights at Place Bell in Laval from February 8th to 11th.