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DîNER EN BLANC

CULTUREEYES & EDGE
DîNER EN BLANC
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This year’s Dîner En Blanc in Portland was a real life fairy tale. A bit of history first; in 1988 the white dinner began as an impromptu picnic by one François Pasquier in France. Everyone invited by François wore white so that they could find each other at the park they agreed to meet at. Flash forward and today the dîner is held by committee parties across the globe. As the tradition continues here in Portland, this year’s merrymakers gathered downtown at the Custom’s House to eat, drink, and enjoy life. Everyone wore dazzling white dresses and attire - almost as if angels were brought to Earth for an eveningPhotos by: Marina Choy29020160246_6c90153d6a_o  28766747120_ea46f5b57f_o 28947680982_23ff668fec_o 29053120165_421e2dc36e_o 29020161686_6f7ee3e3da_o 29053096725_7b47e24b94_o29020126116_648b1ca4ef_o 29020096056_3e43ac4d4e_o 28435228743_00a53698f1_o 29020097726_d6fea666d6_o 28766657130_296b046b96_o 29020099316_532c6a806e_o