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Théo Galbert

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Théo Galbert is the creator and artistic director of Galbert Couture Paris. Fashion lover since his childhood, it was in his teens that he developed a passion for luxury. Fascinated by the richness of the colors and by the exceptional materials, Théo has always had in mind to create his own luxury fashion house. He began to learn to sew and to make his first creations in self-study on an old sewing machine lent by his grandmother. It was in 2017 at the age of 21 that he decided to enter the prestigious Ecole de la Chambre Syndicale de la Couture Parisienne to learn about sewing and its different techniques such as patronage, drape or molding.

He also chooses to start developing his brand in parallel with his studies. It was during the 1 OAK opening night of Paris Fashion Week for men fall / winter 2018 at the L’Arc Paris club that the American rapper TYGA (close to the Kardashian family) wears a quilted velvet bomber jacket adorned with over 600 Swarovski crystals directed by Théo Galbert. Many personalities from the world of fashion and show business are present at this event, which allows Théo to have a first concrete approach to this universe. Subsequently he will be contacted by some celebrities whose son of rapper-entrepreneur P. Diddy to make other unique pieces. A few months later he went to the Cannes Film Festival, to the Monaco Grand Prix as well as to Miami to meet these prestigious clients and expand its international network. The following year, he chose to continue his training at the Esmod Paris school, the first and the oldest fashion design school in order to improve and develop its creative universe.

In 2019, a final year student at the Esmod Paris school, he specialized in loan wear for man. This training, divided equally between styling and model making, gave him allowed to make a complete study of the male wardrobe and to create an entire collection of sketch to finished product. That same year Théo will be selected by Hubert Barrère, the artistic director of the Maison Lesage to benefit from training in different embroidery techniques art in order to enrich his graduation collection Las Vegas ’’.

In early 2020, he made personalized jackets for the singers Kalash and Gifta who featured in their “Whole heap a gyal” music video. Galbert Couture Paris is reinventing the male wardrobe through collections that include the opulence, extravagance and refinement of the feminine wardrobe while promoting the French know-how internationally.

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