The Diner En Blanc crew struck large last night in Paris for their 25th Edition hosting the world's largest ever dinner with 13,000 people dressed in white sitting down to dine in the shadow of the Eiffel Tower.
Within 15 minutes the team manage to lay 4,000 tables dressed in perfect white linen, crystal glasses and a line up of great foods.
The idea is to show the great power of human connection something that would probably not be impossible on this scale if it wasn't for the advance of the internet and social media.
Below is a trailer from a documentary created by Jennifer Ash which has been made to show how the organization is connected and just what it takes to pull of the world's largest dinner.
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