Maisons de Mode designer Daniel Essa was featured on M6 in a segment about his journey to creating his brand – and his objectives for going even further. He was interviewed both at home and at Lille concept store Série Noire. His profile has risen thanks to his collection of sneakers, whose fans include Whoopi Goldberg and Olivia Palermo.
Daniel Essa was in the spotlight on France 24 speaking about his career in fashion. The war in Syria drove the young fashion designer to settle in the North of France. Since coming to Lille and joining Maisons de Mode, he launched his eponymous luxury shoe line, which sells to some of the biggest stars in the US. Daniel Essa was invited by Express Orient to take us through what he’s been through.
Last December, Maisons de Mode was chosen as project leader of the Mode – Luxe – Textile (fashion/luxury/textile) initiative launched by Direccte Hauts-de-France. One of the results of this young designer promotion project from the Hauts-de-France region will be a fashion show with 40 different looks displayed at the 6th edition of the prestigious Monte Carlo Fashion Week this May.
Seven Maisons de Mode designers will strut their stuff in Monaco : Lucie Brochard, Philippe Perissé, Aux Corps Anonymes, KSRT Studio, Orlane Herbin, Chlore and Sue Réédition !
The City of Roubaix was in the spotlight tonight on France 2. Feast your eyes on the report on the resurgence of the textile sector in the city: Vanoutryve, Esmod Isem Roubaix and the Maisons de Mode project represented through the brands Not So Far and U-Exist ! An informative and enlightening segment to watch…and watch again…
In the words of Sophie Helouard, journalist for Madame Figaro, Philippe Perissé ‘hits the nail on the head’. It’s one of the top qualities of this designer who continues to evolve in perfecting his techniques and skills in dressing and enhancing a woman’s silhouette.
Discover more in the latest issue of the magazine, which includes a profile of Perissé , who divides his creative life between Lille (at Maisons de Mode at 31 Rue du Faubourg des Postes) and Paris.
U-exist has just joined Maisons de Mode in Roubaix. Their setting up in this city has already piqued the interest of customers and local press. This new adventure and venture are being taken on by designers Amandine Labbé and Simon Colin.
When Grand Lille TV came knocking on the doors of the label’s new showroom-atelier, they were dazzled by the designers’ world. Discover it for yourself at 81-85 Avenue Jean Lebas in Roubaix…
En décembre dernier, l’équipe de l’émission La Gaule d’Antoine présentée par Antoine De Caunes sur Canal + faisait une escale dans les Hauts de France pour y découvrir toutes les richesses culturelles de la région.
Ils en ont profité pour rencontrer Fanny Dheygere, une créatrice pas comme les autres, qui est la fondatrice de la marque Ninii installée chez Maisons de Mode à Lille depuis 3 ans.
Antoine De Caunes va donc se plonger littéralement dans cet univers coloré et acidulé sans broncher.
Philippe Perissé commence bien 2018 ! Pauline Croze et Hollysiz arborent fièrement ses pièces dans les médias et sur les réseaux sociaux … et on retrouve une de ses vestes dans les pages du magazine Elle !