Blackpink Lisa up all night at Paris bar with billionaire heir

By Nguyen Huong   October 3, 2023 | 06:00 pm PT
Lisa of Blackpink has been seen hanging out all night with Frédéric Arnault, fashion conglomerate LVMH founder Bernard Arnault’s third son, and friends at the L'arc Paris nightlife venue.
Blackpink Lisa (L) and Frédéric Arnault at an event. Photo from Blackpink YGE Instagram

Blackpink Lisa (L) and Frédéric Arnault at an event. Photo from Blackpink YGE Instagram

Footage of the singer dancing and putting her arm around the wealthy socialite while drinking beer at the nightclub surfaced online starting October 1, reported Sina.

The party was believed to congratulate Lisa for having completed her three-night performances at the Crazy Horse Paris, a longtime established cabaret widely known for its nude female dancing.

The two were also seen having dinner at Caviar Kaspia restaurant before going to the party together. Arnault got into his car as he left the eatery, followed by Lisa shortly after that. The two then headed to L'arc Paris.

Lisa was reportedly accompanied by Arnault throughout her stay in Paris for her performance at Crazy Horse. The fashion mogul’s heir was seen picking her up from the airport when she arrived in France on September 26, and subsequently cheering for her from the audience seats when she performed at the venue on September 28-30.

His billionaire father Bernard Arnault, pianist mother Hélène Mercier Arnault, and his younger brother Jean Arnault also reportedly attended the shows.

Lisa, 26, made her debut with the South Korean girl group Blackpink in 2016. She launched a simultaneous solo career in 2021.

The star also established her name in the fashion industry as a global ambassador for various luxury brands, including Celine and Bulgari.

Her music career is marked by numerous notable achievements, including the first solo K-pop artist to have a work that reached 1 billion streams on Spotify with her song "Money."

Arnault, 28, is currently CEO of Swiss watchmaker brand Tag Heuer, while his father’s conglomerate is the house that manages Chritian Dior, Fendi, Loewe, Celine, and Bulgari, among other names.

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