This Friday, June 22nd St-Germain French elderflower liqueur, will be unveiling “Maison St-Germain.” The immersive installation which they have collaborated with Hollywood’s reigning “Most Powerful Stylist” Kate Young
This summer, attendees will be welcomed to explore the many wonders of Kate Young’s exquisite affair, inspired by the lavish parties of the early 1920s as portrayed in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “The Beautiful and Damned.” Harnessing her unique eye to reimagine the 1,000 hand-picked elderflowers in every bottle of St-Germain, Kate will transform The Battery into a surrealist oasis inviting guests to forage their own path through the enchanting grounds.
Each space – including the whimsical Sea Glass Carousel – will serve as a new discovery, featuring joyful surprises including grandiose flowers and mythical objects, along with integrated performances fusing actors into elements of the décor. Drawing inspiration from the lavish parties of the 1920s as portrayed in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s cautionary tale “The Beautiful and Damned,” the midsummer fete will celebrate life’s fleeting moments with artfully crafted cocktails and festive bites. A portion of the ticket sales will be donated to The Battery Conservancy.
You can pick up your tickets here for $150
If you feel inspired by the collaboration but unable to attend this year, you can still have your own at home experience. pick up a bottle of St-Germain French elderflower liqueur and make one of their cocktails at home.
ST-GERMAIN ELDERFLOWER SPRITZ
- 2 oz Martini & Rossi Prosecco
- 1.5 oz St-Germain French elderflower liqueur
- 2 oz sparkling Water
Method: Fill a tall Collins glass with ice. Add Martini & Rossi first, then St-Germain, then Club Soda (the order is essential). Stir completely and garnish with a lemon twist.