Director, screenwriter, and artist David Lynch opened Silencio’s doors in Paris back in 2011. From its inception, Silencio gained traction as a member’s only club, popular even before Soho House became a global trend in exclusivity. At first, its almost intimidating, highly artistic image prevented it from becoming a hip Parisian hangout. It hosted mostly sophisticated artists and names in the industries of film, photography, and, to a certain extent, fashion.
Quickly established as the Paris Fashion Week hotspot for big names in the business, we’re itching to see Silencio continue to develop as a leading tastemaker, continuing to bridge gaps between urban culture, contemporary music, and high fashion.