Cap Ferret: Deus Ex Machina

If fashion, as Karl Lagerfeld once mused, is a mirror of the zeitgeist, then here is a good places to go to in order to get up to date.
Text Wiebke Brauer
Photo Presse

Many of us have been here before. It was probably a long time ago, some summer when we were young, we had a lot of free time and waves played a big role (which was certainly due to the amazing height of the waves). We’re talking about Cap Ferret, the peninsula in southwestern France that separates Arcachon Bay from the Atlantic Ocean. Now there is an excellent reason to return to this place of our youth, because a new Deus Ex Machina store has opened directly on the boulevard at the Plage de l’Horizon. There you can get a good cup of coffee (which you couldn’t back then), maybe tuck a new board under your arm and then jump into the still very good waves.

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