Through Yann Guénégou
Thakshak Kabamlagadde had a big surprise Monday morning, December 13, 2021, in his Pop’up pop-up store, installed until December 31 in the Capuchin workshops, at Brest. ” But it’s Jean Dujardin ! », Exclaimed a customer when seeing the French actor leaving the store.
“Very nice, kind and humble”
It was a little after 10 a.m. and the star, known internationally thanks, in particular, to its oscar for the best actor obtained in 2012 for the silent and black and white film The Artistt from Michel Hazanavicius, had left the scene to continue his visit to the Capuchin workshops.
“I went to see him to ask him if he could come back to the store in order to take a few photos together,” says Thakshak Kabamlagadde, trader of the ephemeral designer stall with his Spice Culture brand on the initiative of this stall. “
Jean Dujardin accepted and, after a short tour of the workshops, again crossed the threshold of the store to take part in a small photo shoot with the creators and clients.
“He was there quite relaxed, all smiles. He is really very nice, kind and humble. ”
And he left as he had come, discreetly.
Staying in Finistère?
No one could believe it in the shop. “Such a star, with us, we did not expect it. It was really a nice surprise before Christmas. He spoke with the clients present and the designers and found that we had a great store, a great project. It’s nice. “
Remember that Pop’up, a pop-up store to which we recently devoted an article, welcomes around twenty designers of committed, ethical, eco-responsible and sustainable brands (clothing, soaps, dishes, etc.) in a space of around 200 m2.
And Jean Dujardin, what was he doing in Brest? Was he staying in Finistère as part of the shooting of a future film? Information obtained from the Bretagne cinema structure, no filming of this type is currently taking place in Finistère. As the actor was seen, especially on the side of Crozon-Morgat and Beg-Meil last weekend, he would simply stay a few days in the region.
Pop’up at the Capucins workshops, 25 Rue de Pontaniou in Brest. Open daily, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., until December 31.
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Surprise visit by Jean Dujardin to Brest