EXCLUDED – A museum tribute to Johnny Hallyday ? A relative of the couple, launched the idea – Gala

Entertainment 18 January, 2018

Johnny Hallyday

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In 57 years of career, Johnny Hallyday has collected a quantity of souvenirs, which he kept preciously in his house in Marnes-la-Coquette. His decorator Philippe Puron dream of building a museum with all these treasures, in tribute to the rocker…

The idea appeal to certainly much of the fans of Johnny Hallyday. Its designer, Philippe Puron, which has designed some of the most beautiful houses of the star, has been entrusted with Gala.fr the rocker has a day planned to create a museum with his memories, that he kept treasured in his home in Marnes-la-Coquette. “There were so many objects that were lying around for so many years, stage costumes, paintings, gifts… there Was a time, Johnny had said to me ‘I would like to one day be a museum with all these memories’, ” recalls the decorator. One can easily imagine that the home of the family Hallyday in France is a real gold mine : a 57-year career, the rocker has raised an amount of treasures. Thus, the idea of a museum posthumous would like, well at Philippe Puron “I’d like to create. This would be a nice tribute.” It is said…

The tributes, they are multiplied since the death of the rocker, on the 6th of December last. Eyes are now turning to Laeticia Hallyday, widow of the rocker and mother of his two younger daughters, Jade and Joy, aged 13 and 9 years old. More than a month after the death of her man, she is part of Saint-Barth and has returned to Los Angeles. His house in Marnes-la-Coquette, den too many painful memories, has been put up for sale. Remains to know what will happen to these curious objects which the house has…

The photos of the home of Johnny and Laeticia Hallyday in Los Angeles are available here.
To discover the achievements of Philippe Puron, its internet site : http://www.philippepuron.com/

Photo credit : Francis Vachon/AP/SIPA

Johnny Hallyday

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