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Marché des Modes in Roubaix December 1-3

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More than 100 brands, labels and designers (apparel, accessories, jewellery and lifestyle) will descend on Roubaix this December 1-3 for the 30th edition of the Marché des Modes !

To kick off the holiday season, the Marché des Modes takes place the first weekend of December in Roubaix. The event offers the general public the largest assembly of designers and fashion brands north of Paris.

Over three days, the public at large will be able to encounter more than 100 emerging designers and brands (apparel, accessories, lifestyle) from all over France and Belgium.

The setting will be two of Roubaix’s most remarkable buildings: historic landmark ENSAIT building and Le Vestiaire, located near the famous Musée La Piscine museum. These labels are for the most part ‘Made in France’, in limited editions, with originality and quirkiness offered at a price that cuts out the middleman retailer. All for a public with a passion for fashion.

More than 19,000 attendees flocked to the event last year.

This event, which has become a veritable institution over the years, has launched quite a few names. It was here that labels and designers such as Le Colonel Moutarde and Justine Clenquet made their first steps before joining the Maisons de Mode talent accelerator, which eventually led to them finding even greater commercial success.

A new setting: lush and verdant
The plant world, an infinite source of inspiration for designers, is omnipresent in the world of fashion. For this 30th edition, Marché des Modes will stand out and offer a complete change of scenery by opting for the luxuriance of the tropical plants a few weeks before the official start of winter…

Another change will be that exhibitors will be grouped by their ‘world’ at in the ENSAIT building, and approximately 20 labels supported by the Maisons de Mode talent accelerator will be assembled at Le Vestiaire, which will be transformed for the occasion into a huge multi-brand boutique.

Gifts for everyone!
Exceptional jewellery, handbags, clothing, quirky gifts for young and old, artsy porcelain and ceramic pieces, refined knitwear, candles, and everyday objects re-imagined by creative talents offering something far beyond what you find in most shops: there should be something here for everyone on your shopping list.

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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In the 30th Marché des Modes spotlight : Abbie & Rose

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Abbie & Rose is a label of casual shirts for men that came into being in 2012 in Brussels. The concept was to create shirts that weren’t the same as those worn by everyone else in the neighbourhood.
At the beginning, there were Gilles – the dandy handling finance; Jacques – the 40-year veteran expert in casual shirts; and Quentin, the artistic director. Together, they launched their first collections before finding Stan, who took the reins in sales with his boundless energy. Finally, in 2015, Pauline joined the gents, devoting herself to their web strategy. Talents all different, but all complementing each other.
Every season, A&R dares to redefine traditional codes of the shirt by playing with fabric – always 100% cotton – with true savoir-faire, bring attention to the details that make a difference and mark the brand identity of each collection.
The label will be present for 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.! Discover Abbie & Rose as well as 100 other labels and designers…

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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In the 30th Marché des Modes spotlight : Urban Circus

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A flash of Fashion Tech will spark up this 30th edition of the Marché des Modes, thanks to Urban Circus.
The challenge was accepted: to create a collection of reflective clothing that meets legal safety standards for visibility on roads while evincing stellar style.
Urban Circus re-invents the un-sexy ‘yellow vest’ while edging into innovation with a desire to make safety a little more fun and enticing.

If the law makes certain requirements on reflective safety wear, Urban Circus believes you can meet those requirements – but still stay in style.
To be very visible on the road to avoid an accident is about working to together for the common good. Urban Circus is a project of public utility, which is about illuminating our streets, cities and rural areas.
Conceived and designed in France, the label addresses a varied clientele, stylish and exacting, looking for pieces that marry practicality with panache while remaining highly visible. The pieces are high-end, made of exceptional materials and respectful of European safety standards.
Urban Circus will be among the 100 designers and labels presenting their collections at 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


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In the 30th Marché des Modes spotlight : L’Envers

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The creation of the label l’Envers was inspired by the wish to continue families’ heritage and to link to the textile industry in northern France, and to raise awareness of northern France’s relevance through the current fashion industry. Thus, for Julie Robinne it’s a story of her childhood and of her desire to re-awaken legacies of generations of Spanish craftsworkers, where she has lived some years.

L’Envers, a timeless, durable label that values quality over quantity, offers collections that transcend both trends and seasons.

At the other end of the timetable of fashion weeks and seasons and built-in obsolescence of a garment, beyond fast fashion’s quickly produced, quickly consumed and quickly disposed of ethos, l’Envers has found its raison d’être in offering simple, durable luxury that respects both its craftsmen and the environment.

Working with knitwear workshops located in Spain and Portugal, l’Envers draws on the talents of small family businesses specialised in hand- and machine-knitting.

The raw materials, selected exclusively from fine French threads, are the highest quality and respectful of the environment.

The garments are for the man and woman inspired by the history of artisanal production, by slow fashion, by lovers of beautiful pieces woven and knitted with care, love and patience, and by those who wish to know the hands behind every piece of their garment.

L’Envers will come to join 100 other designers for 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


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In the 30th Marché des Mode spotlight : Les Nouveaux Casaniers

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Les Nouveaux Casaniers looks to shake up loungewear and add a dose of humour to the art of living. Add in a dash of love and know-how in the label’s creations, and you get an unbeatable package.

At the end of the day, you come home and are often looking for just the thing to put you at ease. And that’s often a challenge.
Les Nouveaux Casaniers is democratising loungewear chic, a new concept that speaks both to lady and gentleman lay-abouts who think one shouldn’t have to sacrifice style for comfort.
Possessing the ambition, desire and plans to change the world, Les Nouveaux Casaniers hopes to inspire you whether you’re welcoming friends, going to brunch, doing nothing at all or everything, chilling or working… or practising self-care by keeping to yourself.
Come discover this new label at the upcoming 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


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In the 30th Marché des Modes spotlight : Label Bougie

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Label Bougie invites you to discover its stories of scent: 100% plant-based wax candles made with great care by French craftsmen.

The collections blend simplicity, design and poetry to add charm to any atmosphere. The candles are composed of wax using soybeans, a development in the new generation of ecologically-sound waxes from natural, plant-based materials. Soy wax is 100% biodegradable and does not create toxic fumes.

True objects of interior décor, the scented candles are an infinite reservoir of imagination and sensuality.

To date, Label Bougie offers three different lines:
The Permanent Collection
Label Bougie revisits its iconic fragrances by integrating them into its timeless collection. These candles ignore trends and are classic mainstays in interiors, with their pure lines and high quality raw materials.
Supernature Collection
Inspired by the delicious nectar that hides itself at the heart of nourishing petals, the new Supernature collection evokes the arrival of summer and its bountiful, beauteous flowers. A veritable ode to nature, the candles announce the renewal of the season in all its splendor and beauty.
Le Grand Jeu (New collection – on sale starting October 2017)
Label Bougie brings you its ‘Grand Jeu’, a fairy tale that was born of a romance between a king and a queen. A dream-like voyage of fragrances through three candles conceived as three different acts in a theatre piece.
Label Bougie was founded in 2016 by Clémence and Mathilde, sisters obsessed by the worlds of perfume and design. From their experiences in esteemed perfume and fashion houses, they have retained their demanding standards for beauty and superior quality, as well as their love of great craftsmanship. They engage only the finest glassmakers, candle makers and creators of scent using their top-notch savoir-faire in the production of Label Bougie’s candles.

Bringing together quality raw materials, each collection is informed by artistic and emotional inspirations that tell a story.

You can discover this new brand at the upcoming 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


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In the 30th Marché des Modes spotlight : Poetic Market

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Poetic Market was born of its designer’s love of prints and the world of children.

Bérénice Sorel is this designer, a woman passionate about textiles, beautiful materials, and respect for the environment.
Sorel decided to produce her collections in Europe, with the printing of the fabric done in the Netherlands and production of the garments done in Belgium.
Coming from a fashion background, Sorel paid her dues working a decade with some of the most celebrated fashion houses: Balenciaga, Lolita Lempicka, Emmanuel Ungaro.
All the prints in her collections are exclusives, original designs created with passion by Sorel herself. Her influences are diverse – illustrations, references to Japanese animé, the world of Murakami, Japanese etchings, plant life, cinema, design, architecture, music…
She mixes creative techniques to produce garments of character for children stylish and sure of themselves.
Her pieces are created with attention to detail, in lovely cuts and fine finishing, making for a cool and comfortable look.

Sorel will come to present her collections during 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


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In the 30th Marché des Modes spotlight : Body & Clyde

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The story of Body & Clyde.
It’s the story of a couple that has long been together, often in a love-hate relationship, who find themselves married. It’s the story of an unprecedented meeting between two of the basics of women’s dressing: the white T-shirt blanc and little black knickers. Together, they form the Body T-shirt®.

Black knickers: a touch of class, they’ve always been the essence of charm and sensuality.

The white T-shirt: versatile in its simplicity, whether worn on its own or with jeans.

A unique piece is born with their union, a subtle alliance of seduction and modernity, expressed in three models: round neck/high cut bottom, V-neck/classic cut bottom, and vest-top/low-cut bottom. Three different interpretations of femininity, each one chic and cool, creating sublime looks.

Worn with high-waisted trousers, under pencil skirts or with shorts, or by themselves at home when you’re chilling, Body & Clyde is back to basics meets innovative style.

A graduate of both the Studio Berçot and l’Institut Français de la Mode fashion institute, Olivia Louvet earned her stripes as a designer working at Dior and Balenciaga. She was also part of the lingerie staff at the Galeries Lafayette department store chain before she launched Body & Clyde.

You can meet Louvet and discover her collections at the next edition ofMarché 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