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Who will succeed KSRT Studio the winner of 48H Maisons de Mode’s 2017 Grand Prize who joined the incubator-accelerator and just opened its boutique at 51 Rue du Faubourg des Postes?

Fragrance, jewellery, accessories, footwear, leather goods, ready-to-wear (menswear, womenswear and childrenswear): Maisons de Mode will continue to support designers and labels with its 2018 Grand Prize. It will also offer to the best candidate chosen €25,000 in support to grow his/her business and collections.
It’s a fact: being a designer doesn’t just mean creating collections. It also means creating a business. It is therefore essential to use all possible means to succeed. Maisons de Mode allows each designer who joins the project the opportunity to set up operations in Lille or Roubaix to advance the structuring of his/her business while benefiting from a wide range of services unprecedented in France.
For the 2018 edition, a pre-filled-in questionnaire will help applicants form their best answers and narrow down the important points that are essential criteria for the business and economics of fashion.

Download the application by clicking here !

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Antoine de Caunes à la rencontre de Fanny, la créatrice de Ninii !

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Antoine de Caunes est venu rencontrer ce matin Fanny Dheygere, créatrice de la marque Ninii dans le cadre d’un documentaire sur les Hauts de France qui sera diffusé prochainement sur Canal +.
Cerise sur le gâteau, il s’est mis pris au jeu du relooking version Ninii en compagnie de ses charmantes mannequins.

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Crédits Photos : Sophie Stalnikiewicz

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In the 30th Marché des Modes spotlight : Alaskan Maker

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Alaskan Maker is a gorgeous brand of beautiful, sturdy and practical accessories for men and women on the move, in search of simple pleasures with the real value.

After several years as entrepreuneurs, Céline and Baptiste Vandenberghe decided that this was the project they would launch, then take to the next level.

They had both dreamt of conceiving a range of stunning accessories that would excel in form as well as they do in function.

It all started with a crazy campaign on crowdfunding site Ulule in March 2017, during which they sold more than 720 aprons. The reactions of return users were rapturous. Alaskan Maker was born.
Since then, they’ve created the Firepit brazier, the Handy wallet (another item that received raves during its campaign), the Lumberjack log bag, and the personalisable Escapade shopping bag.
Their challenge has been very simple: to prove that it is possible to sell beautiful, practical products of high quality at affordable prices.
The word ‘Alaskan’ was chosen for the brand due to the Vandenberghes being inspired by the American northwest. A journey 5,000 miles from home took them to discover nature at its most elemental and raw. They decided to echo this in the choice of materials employed and the styles rendered in Alaskan Maker products. And the name conjures up the freedoms from another era, a time of fur trappers and lumberjacks and their independent spirit.
The word ‘Maker’ also appears in the label because these rugged adventurers are the inspiration for this brand. ‘Alaskan Maker’ makes people proud of what they achieve – big or small, immediate successes or works in progress.

‘Maker’ is also a fitting moniker for this brand because it was built by the Vandenberghes’ own hands. They chose to do everything themselves from the start: the website, photos of the products, the logo, product design and samples, and the supporting marketing materials. Making a business for consumers who are ‘makers’ themselves.

Out of gift ideas for people on your holiday shopping list? Then stop by the Marché des Modes which will take place at the landmark ENSAIT building and at Le Vestiaire December 1-3 in Roubaix. There, you’ll be able to meet the Vandenberghes and share their passion for practical pleasures.

Please note our new event hours:
Friday 1 December from 4 pm to 9 pm
Saturday 2 December from 12 pm to 11 pm
Sunday 3 December from 11 am to 7 pm

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Marché des Modes and Nuit des Arts

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This Marché des Modes will coincide with the 16th edition of a night dedicated entirely to the arts of photography, drawing, painting, sculpture, installations and more at the Marché des Modes and the Braderie de l’Art !
These art forms will be on display throughout the entire city in museums and cultural spaces as well as cafés, restaurants, and bookstores. More than 30 places to discover through the prism of exhibitions, roaming displays and performance art.

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In the 30th Marché des Modes spotlight : Etik Paris

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With a strong fashion identity, Etik is the essence of high quality cashmere that is nevertheless affordable. With luxury detailing rendered through a production process of traditional craftsworkers, the brand takes care to respect all those participating in bringing the garment to you – from the suppliers to buyers to the end-consumer.
Etik Paris is a young French label – sincere and fresh – founded by a couple in love with beautiful materials and a relaxed style that’s easy to adapt for everyday wear.

The concept is of accessible luxury that is timeless, with a poetry in the lines and cuts of each sweater, making the pieces elegant as well as heartwarming.

The new womenswear collection works around two grand themes:

A line of well-thought-out basics that are distinguished by piping at the wrist to add a little flourish of elegance. In an array of colours, these pieces will be essential this winter.

And then there’s a more adventurously creative line with a distinctive twist featuring a wrap-around silhouette that works on women for their everyday life.

And because every person is one-a-kind, each model has a detail and a uniqueness that defines it and sets it apart from the rest of the collection.

Designer Marine has traveled the world and has constructed her own culture of relaxed chic that meets different needs.
She is assisted by Sébastien, a fashion professional who learned much working with prestigious fashion houses. He is also a renowned knitwear maker. A relationship of trust, interwoven with love and pure cashmere, has allowed them to avoid the middlemen to offer ‘Etik’ prices. They also guarantee that each technical detail meets their values and that their ethical standards for worker conditions in producing each garment are upheld.
In the very competitive field of fashion where affordability is key, Etik strives to merit the trust of its young, demanding clientele still desirous of quality cashmere.

The DNA of the label is embedded with respect for the perennial values of quality and reliability. Trust is the basis of every purchase online. Etik evokes up-to-the-minute style and luxurious materials for a new generation of urban trendsetters, lovers of quality clothing that they wear like a second skin.

This will be the first Marché des Modes for Etik Paris, taking place at the landmark ENSAIT building and at Le Vestiaire. Here you’ll be able to discover all weekend their world of cashmere and their shared vision December 1-3 in Roubaix.

Please note our new event hours:
Friday 1 December from 4 pm to 9 pm
Saturday 2 December from 12 pm to 11 pm
Sunday 3 December from 11 am to 7 pm

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Maisons de Mode designers in Lille Flandres rail station

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The Lille Flandres Rail Station has undergone a transformation, having developed new retail offerings. The transit hub came to Maisons de Mode with an opportunity for the project’s designers to offer their wares in a Pop-Up Shop – all the better for the designers to reach an even wider customer base. More than 100,000 people pass through this station every day, assuring greater exposure for the designers participating.
Discover until 30 November Oh SuzyMay, Hanjo, Rock on the Moon, Gamme Blanche and Sophie Masson.

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In the 30th Marché des Modes spotlight : Fabric Hunted & Collected

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Guided by her passion for travel, textiles and craftsmanship, Gabrielle Lefèvre decided in 2015 to create her own brand: Fabric Hunted & Collected. . This was following six years of solid experience at the heart of Paris’ prestigious Chanel studio. At this point, she aimed to conceive a line that would express fully her taste for fashion and creativity, combined with her commitment to sustainable development. Her creations would also support the work of local craftspeople with whom she had formed connections in India and Nepal.

The savoir-faire of these artisans is the initial spark for each of Lefèvre’s collection. Her creative world is fed by their expertise and the visual influences gleaned from her voyages through south Asia. Lefèvre combines her own knowledge of design, forged through working beside some of the biggest names in the fashion industry and in her collaborations with fashion magazines such as Marie Claire, L’Officiel and Jalouse. These assets allow her to endow Fabric Hunted & Collected with style, originality and elegance.
Interestingly, Lefèvre develops her creations on handwoven fabric, sourced directly from local workshops. Her collections are an ode to the patience and values of the artisan, each piece being meticulously crafted. Fabric Hunted & Collected celebrates journeys, cultures, discoveries and the respect exchanged with the craftsworkers. From this, unique creations are imperfect in their uniqueness but perfect in their quality.

After taking part for the first time in the Braderie des Créateurs at this year’s 48H Maisons de Mode, Lefèvre will come to present her collections to public at the next edition of Marché des Modes, which will take place at the landmark ENSAIT building and at Le Vestiaire December 1-3 in Roubaix.

Please note our new event hours:
Friday 1 December from 4 pm to 9 pm
Saturday 2 December from 12 pm to 11 pm
Sunday 3 December from 11 am to 7 pm