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48H Maisons de Mode – the 8th edition: fashion, fashion shows, designer sales, exhibitions, makeovers, music, DJ sets, photo studio, beauty bar, street style, DIY workshops, Glam Run tattoos …

Lille’s Fashion Weekend event will take place this 16-18 September
More than 19,000 visitors are expected for the fashion event – the only one of its kind in France. In the spotlight: Fashion designers and brands.

48H Maisons de Mode is an annual fashion celebration that was launched eight years ago by Maisons de Mode to honor emerging labels and designers producing in France. This year’s edition will take place 16-18 September at the Gare Saint Sauveur train station, a symbolic landmark of the city of Lille.

Once more, northern French incubator/powerhouse Maisons de Mode – which supports more than 20 designers/labels at present – will organize a weekend of events under the 48H umbrella. This year’s edition hopes to live up to past incarnations in fun, fashion, free spirits and French creativity on display.

48H Maisons de Mode brings fashion to the masses with a programme of events and activities – all connected to fashion and young creativity.

Friday 16 September, 6.30 pm launch

Fashion shows its stuff!

Once more this year, international catwalk veteran artistic director Guillaume Joveneau will orchestrate the fashion show. Using the skils he has honed over the years working for the top fashion houses in Paris, Milan, London and New York, Joveneau will weave the passages of the various designers’ work on the runway, respecting each designer’s specific aesthetic.

For the past eight years, Maisons de Mode has chosen to show designers’ collections for the current season. These collections will be available for purchase immediately through the designers’ shops, other retailers selling their work and through their online retailers.

On the catwalk will be:

Orlane Herbin, Clivia Nobili, Demeure, Justine Clenquet, Gisel B, Pochette Square, Ohiri, Constance L, Sainte Courtisane, Laila Soares, Le Colonel Moutarde, Ninii, Uma Oath, Not So Far, CUVH, Akène, Minirine, Floriane Fosso, Lucie Brochard, Rock on the Moon, Inorganic Jewels, My Lovely Socks, Roger & Owl, Rien que des bêtises …

You can find Maisons de Mode designers’ profiles and their new collections at maisonsdemode.com.

To reserve your seat at the opening La Couturière fashion show at 6.30 pm, click here and vote for your favourite designers …

The following fashion show – La Générale at 8.30 pm and by invitation only – the 2016 Maisons de Mode Grand Prize of €25 000 will be awarded to the designer of the year by a jury of professionals from Le Printemps, La Fédération du Prêt à Porter, Who’s Next Paris, la Boci, Julie Brunel Consultant, and more.

This will be followed by a Fashion Party starting
9.30 pm at Hall A of the Gare Saint Sauveur train station: from th close of the fashion show, the after party will take place on the terrace of the Bistrot Saint So. Back-to-back DJ sets by Afrojaws and D.Lee.K will serve up soul vibes, tasty funk and sexy disco to usher in the end of summer.

Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 September

The 48H Maisons de Mode weekend picks right back up on Saturday at 2 pm with the following:

* Maisons de Mode Exhibition

* La Braderie des Créateurs (2nd édition)

A giant outlet for designers and labels with samples, unique pieces, end-of-series and past collection garments for sale. More than 80 accessory and apparel designers will come to Lille to sell out stock.

* Beauty Bar (Hair and Nails) by Acte Académie

* Street Style Casting by students of ESMOD/ISEM Roubaix

* Giant DIY Workshop led by fashion designers
Awaken the dormant fashion designer in you by participating in DIY Workshops conceived and coordinated by Maisons de Mode designers and a few guests such as Le Fleuriste (plant workshop) and blogger Mathilde de Lille by Mat (lifestyle workshop). Reservations open from 20 August (space limited)

* Childrens DIY Workshop given by Caroline Pluijgers-Wundertüte. Reservations open from 20 August (space limited)

* Studio Photo by photographers Myriam Dahmani & Guillaume Petranto

* Makeover workshop by Julievousaime

* Pop-up Shop “Le Fleuriste”

Saturday 17 September from 7 pm: after DJ set at Bistrot Saint So

Sunday 18 September: starting at 4 pm the 8th edition of the Glam Run (race in high heels open to men and women)

And many other surprises, all connected to fashion…
Information and reservations on www.48hmaisonsdemode.com


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Ouverture des réservations pour les ateliers DIY des 48H Maisons de Mode

 

Réveillez le créateur ou la créatrice qui sommeille en vous dans des ateliers DIY imaginés par les stylistes Maisons de Mode et quelques invités à l’occasion des 48H Maisons de Mode ! Ne perdez pas une minute pour réserver votre place, les ateliers accueillent un nombre de participants limité.

– Le Fleuriste (atelier végétal)

– Laurence M (sérigraphie)

– Dagoma (impression 3D)

– L’Atelier Kumo (décoration murale)

– House of Vice (bracelets en cuir ou loup en cuir-fourrure)

– Gisel B (bijoux)

– Sainte Courtisane (pochette)

– Caroline Pluijgers-Wundertüte (ateliers enfants)

Tous les ateliers sont accessibles à la réservation en cliquant ici.


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Megan ne comprend pas sera à la Glam Run

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Véritable phénomène venu de Belgique, Megan ne comprend pas fait la joie de ses followers sur Youtube et Facebook en se posant toutes sortes de questions existentielles.

Suivie, commentée et partagée par plus de 42.000 fans, Megan a accepté sans sourciller la proposition de Maisons de Mode pour venir co-animer l’édition 2016 de la Glam Run.

Vous souhaitez encourager nos coureurs et nos coureuses à talons et voir Megan s’adonner à des commentaires live dont elle seule a le secret ?

Rendez-vous le 18 septembre dès 15h30 sur le Parvis de la Gare Saint Sauveur à Lille.

Si vous souhaitez courir, cliquez ici !


They wear Maisons de Mode !

Le choker Tattoo de Justine Clenquet au cou de Kylie Jenner

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Dévoilée sur Instagram, cette photo a déjà eu plus d’un million de likes. Connue pour ses apparitions dans L’Incroyable Famille Kardashian et ses multiples métamorphoses, Kylie Jenner s’affiche sur la toile avec une nouvelle couleur de cheveux et un accessoire signé Justine Clenquet.
Quand on pense que ce choker est réalisé dans l’atelier de la jeune créatrice à Roubaix et qu’il a voyagé jusque dans les mains de l’ex-mannequin, désormais à la tête de sa propre entreprise de cosmétiques, ça laisse rêveur …


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Akene, signature de Fiona Fondadouze rejoint Maisons de Mode

 

Sélectionnée pour rejoindre le label Maisons de Mode, Fiona Fondadouze, créatrice de la marque Akene intégrera l’incubateur mode dès la rentrée.

Styliste, infographiste et illustratrice, Fiona dessine depuis toujours.

Après avoir obtenu son BTS à l’école ORT de Strasbourg, puis diplômée de l’atelier Chardon-Savard à Paris, Fiona lance à 22 ans sa première collection et sa marque Akene. La manipulation textile, les démarches d’expérimentation, de déclinaison et de création se sont ajoutées lors de son parcours.

Inspirée de l’architecture moderne, du sportwear et du monde digital, cette première collection mixte est le reflet de son univers créatif et de sa vision de la mode. Akene est une marque made in France, haut de gamme, qui s’inscrit dans la tendance Athlesiure en mariant le confort et un style affirmé.
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C’est le début d’une histoire, d’une aventure, car Fiona est une visionnaire en voulant apporter des fonctions nouvelles et surprenantes aux vêtements ; comme d’associer la mode à d’autres domaines tels que la technologie, l’art ou la danse. Inscrire la collection dans un univers complet et varié donne ainsi aux pièces une valeur d’exception.

Son défi dit-elle: « innover et surprendre à chaque collection ».
Lauréate du Prix Dauphine Paris 2016 pour son concept, l’identité de la marque se caractérise par des lignes très graphiques, la multiplication d’empiècements et chaque motif sont exclusivement créés par Fiona.

Le sportwear et le streetwear dont s’inspire la marque reflètent un art de vivre, une liberté et une énergie qui ressemble à cette nouvelle génération. L’envie de casser les codes et de repousser les limites sont un moteur et des mots d’ordre pour Akene.

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Jeu Concours : les 48H Maisons de Mode dans la peau !




#48hdanslapeau : gagnez des places VIP pour le défilé des 48H Maisons de Mode, des tattoos Bernard Forever et un chèque cadeau de 100 euros !

A l’occasion des 48H Maisons de Mode, Maisons de Mode et Bernard Forever lancent un grand concours photos durant tout l’été !
Pour jouer c’est très simple, du 18 juillet au 14 septembre 2016, apposez ce tattoo sur votre peau, prenez-vous en photo sur votre lieu de vacances (ou pas), abonnez-vous aux comptes Instagram de @maisonsdemode et @bernardforever et postez votre photo en utilisant le #48hdanslapeau.

Vous pourrez retrouver des tattoos chez nos partenaires Le Printemps à Lille (Espace Printemps Services 3ème étage), au salon Gonay à Lille et à la Gare Saint Sauveur (desk accueil)


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Inorganic Jewels in Roubaix this september

 

 

Recently, a jury of fashion industry professionals responsible for the selection process of the 2016 Maisons de Mode Grand Prize chose Inorganic Jewels to join Maisons de Mode this September by opening a boutique at 81 avenue Jean Lebas in Roubaix.

The force behind the jewellery brand is Pascal Perun. Trained as a set designer, he studied at the famed Paris 3 University in the theatre department, and at ESAT / Atelier Hourdé in the set design department. He marked his departure from studies with high profile gigs such as designing the window displays at Le Printemps’ landmark location on Boulevard Haussmann in Paris and working with om of the top agencies in his field in Paris. In 2009, he was a winner of the competition for innovation in exterior design with his project ‘À l’ombre d’une jeune fille en fleur’ (‘In the shadow of a young girl blossoming’) at the Jardins Jardin salon in the Tuileries.

Perun is part of a generation that has started his career after the first wave of digital culture, and has found a way to integrate new technology into his personal creative process. Through his experiences in various intersecting domains, he has acquired serious skills in 3D modeling, and is intrigued by various processes of computer-aided production, most notably the innovative possibilities of 3D printing. At the beginning of this year, he began to have the idea of creating his first collection using 3D printing. Public reaction to the results were positive, leading to him forming the Inorganic project.
A work plan was set up, starting with a physical model and sketches to lead to digital modelling. Perun thinks of the form of an object and approaches it as a sculptor. To illustrate his process, he uses the concepts of sculpting and digital craftsmanship. He works the proportions on an object with the precision of an industrial designer.
Inorganic Atelier is a collaborative and experimental platform whose inspirations and references are linked to the worlds of fashion, design, architecture and modern art. Inorganic Atelier is a search for a new aesthetic and for the trends of tomorrow.
Inorganic Jewels is dedicated to the idea of conceiving, producing and and distributing made-to-order modern, artistic jewellery. The brand is synonymous with original design, using cutting-edge industrial processes with experimental craftsmanship techniques to create extraordinary jewellery that is abstract and elegant.

The ‘Softline’ collection is a line that is the essence of minimalism and sophistication. This rendering of style, simple geometrics and rounded accents endow the collection with finesse and elegance, speaking to the brand’s artistic, couture aesthetic. The jewellery is produced using once-lost wax mold techniques by way of 3D printing technology. The finishings are in solid silver an brass plate.
The ‘Primitive’ collection is a line of jewellery sets that are graphic, ethnic and futuristic. The jewellery is directly printed on with nylon using 3D technology – then finished by hand. Printed nylon is a material with stunning properties, soft to the touch, light to wear, supple – but also indestructible.
Inorganic Jewels are created in studio-boutique in Roubaix, courtesy of a network of suppliers and collaborators meticulously chosen. Made in France.


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Sign up now for the next Marché des Modes

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The twice-annual Marché des Modes brings young designers and labels to a fashion-loving public. The venues are the landmark ENSAIT building and Le Vestiaire in Roubaix.
Bringing together more than 100 designers at each edition, this major event will next take place 2-4 December.

If you’re a designer and you would like to sell your collections, this is the perfect event. Sign up now for your chance by clicking here !


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CUVH enters the incubation programme at Maisons de Mode




Salim, former Esmod Roubaix student, will be entering the Maisons de Mode incubator this September. Once doing so, he will be able to benefit from Maisons de Mode providing him with a workspace as well as guidance from a team of consultants. His collection will also be available to buy through the Jardin de Mode, 58-60 Rue du Faubourg des Postes in Lille.

Hybrid :

In genetics, a hybrid is an organism that comes from two different varieties, sub-species, or species. The hybrid is a blend of characteristics from both of its parents.

The Cuvh* reinvents the concept of hybrid genetics in modern clothing.
Technically, these cross-pollinations allow for clothing that adapts to the wearer’s environment, moods and desires.
Thus, a new concept of fashion.

In the collections are garments with sizes that can be adjusted, making them wearable for men and women and on those of different body masses. There are also pieces that can be deconstructed and re-constructed into completely different garments.
Cuvh works with timeless colours, inspired by futurism for its appeal. But the label’s DNA rests in the mixing of materials and wardrobes. This game of subtleties allows for a unique way of expressing your style and creativity in dressing.

/Take on the future/

Cuvh* can be pronounced in different ways: /kiyv/ or /kyv/ or by the letters.

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