PARIS — Not so long ago, no one worth their Guccis would have dreamed of going to the Lido, Le Moulin Rouge or the Folies Bergère. Those aging cabarets, drowned in kitsch, were for the worst kind of coach-class tourists. It just wasn’t cool.

But suddenly the Paris cabaret is enjoying a renaissance, attracting high-voltage fashion attention and selling tickets by the handful to a new generation of cool seekers.

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