Alain Benoist’s “Facade” magazine, the now defunct publication that chronicled international personalities (Andy Warhol, Grace Jones) and Paris nightlife in the era of La Palace—think a French version of “Interview”—is getting its own exhibit. Starting on October 8 and running through the 18th, blown-up images from the cultish mag will be on display at the Passage du Désir gallery. “Facade” published only a handful of issues between 1976 and 1983, but its legend lives on; Colette, for example, included the pub in its From the Street to the Night show, which opened on Monday night. The shop is also selling an extremely limited-edition box set—only seven—of the “Facade” Window Case, a transparent case containing issues 1 through 14, with prices ranging from $7,000 to $30,000, depending on the set’s number in the print run. And that’s not all: We’ve heard rumors that a “Facade” number 15 is in the works.