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And the Wee Hours Street Scene Outside the Gutter Bar

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Photography by Mark Bromhead
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Left Photo: CANNES, France ( A magnet for all-night crowds is the infamous Gutter Bar, where drinking patrons joyously overflow into the street. (Larger photo) Right Photo: Welcoming early morning at the Gutter Bar are (left to right): Stephen Squire, director of advertising, Procter & Gamble; Bernhard Glock, manager, global media and communications, Procter & Gamble; and Pascal Houdayer, marketing director, Procter & Gamble Western Europe. (Larger photo)
Left Photo: At the Chateau de La Napoule in Mandelieu, outside of Cannes, guests of Lowe mingled and dined on bruschetta, a selection of traditional charcuterie, strawberries dipped in chocolate, and Croque Monsieur (grilled cheese sandwiches) served for breakfast. (Larger photo) Right Photo: At the Chateau are Ian Creasey, president, Lowe Activation; Tony Wright, Lowe Worldwide CEO; Lor Gold, chief creative officer, Draft Chicago and a Lions direct juror; and Richard Welch, senior VP, Lowe Counsel, a trends and analysis unit. (Larger photo)
Left Photo: Tony Wright, CEO of Lowe Worldwide, introduces Nouvelle Vague, one of Europe's hottest bands as the evening's live entertainment at the Chateau. (Larger photo) Right Photo: The band, whose name means "new wave," is a popular band in France best known for singing covers of 1970s and '80s songs. (Larger photo)
Left Photo: Steve Gatfield, executive VP of global operations at Interpublic, enjoys wine at Chateau de La Napoule. (Larger photo) Right Photo: Also hanging out there with Stella (Artois) is Matthew Bull, chief creative officer, Lowe Worldwide. (Larger photo)

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