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