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Le Yogathon du Marché des Modes le 8 décembre à Roubaix

Le dimanche 8 décembre 2019 avec Julie Cousin (Julyoga 76) et ses deux complices Rebel Yuj et Stéphie Yoga, en partenariat avec la Ville de Roubaix, Palais des Thés, Damart, Decathlon, Villa Yoga (Bondues) et Maisons de Mode.

Ils étaient 140 participants lors du premier Yogathon caritatif au profit de l’association Louise Michel qui lutte contre la violence faite aux femmes en septembre dernier.

Dans le cadre du prochain Marché des Modes, soyez nombreux à venir pratiquer le dimanche 8 décembre avec Julie Cousin (Julyoga76) au profit de l’Association La Rose (qui lutte pour la prévention du cancer du sein) en partenariat avec la Ville de Roubaix, Palais des Thés, Damart, Decathlon, Villa Yoga (Bondues) et Maisons de Mode.

La participation est fixée à 8 euros.
Les sommes récoltées seront intégralement reversées à l’association La Rose.
Attention : n’oubliez pas de venir avec vos tapis !
Dress-code suggéré : un t-shirt rose !

A l’issue de la pratique, un tirage au sort sera effectué parmi les participants et les gagnants pourront remporter :
– des ensembles de la collaboration Damart x Heimstone
– des tapis de yoga roses offerts par Decathlon
– des cours chez Villa Yoga Bondues.

Julie Cousin qui animera cette pratique est Professeur certifiée de Yoga Vinyasa, de Yin Yoga et de Yoga Nidra.
Elle dispense ses cours à Villa Yoga (Bondues), à Paris, Chamonix et Minorque.
Julie, accompagnée de ses deux complices, vous propose une parenthèse de bien-être dans un lieu atypique faisant partie du patrimoine roubaisien : « la Salle des mariages » de l’Hôtel de Ville.

Rendez-vous le dimanche 8 décembre à 10h45 pour ce moment de partage
La pratique démarrera à 11h00 et s’achèvera à 12h15.
Venez nombreuses et nombreux et n’oubliez pas vos tapis !

Pour vous inscrire au Yogathon, c’est ici !

A propos de l’association La Rose
L’association La Rose est née à Roubaix. Elle se fixe comme but d’entreprendre des actions de prévention contre le cancer du sein et de tout mettre en œuvre pour éviter l’isolement des malades atteintes par cette maladie.

Maisons de Mode in the Media

Maisons de Mode pop-up store opens its doors in Vieux Lille to Grand Lille TV

The Maisons de Mode project has set up its own pop-up shop in the historic Vieux-Lille quarter.
From this 12 November to 31 January, the public will be able to feast their eyes on an original selection of items by Maisons de Mode brands and designers of apparel, accessories and lifestyle products right in the heart of Vieux-Lille. Each month, you can discover 15 Maisons de Mode labels and brands as well as other essential fashion talents from the Hauts-de-France region. This concept attracted the attention of the Grand Lille TV channel, which came to interview Maisons de Mode co-director Emmanuelle Axer.

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The first-ever Maisons de Mode pop-up shop

Bannière Pop Up Maisons de Mode

Right in the heart of the historic Vieux-Lille quarter, at 41 Rue Basse, the Maisons de Mode project has opened its first-ever pop-up shop, a gorgeous temporary boutique that will show an evolving selection of items from young labels, which will change every month. Both designers from Maisons de Mode and select other emerging labels from the Hauts-de-France region will be in the mix. This will be the perfect occasion to acquaint yourself with the designers featured, who are the crème de la crème of French fashion and accessories. Apparel, jewellery, accessories, decorative objects and lifestyle products made in limited editions and, for the most part, in France will be showcased in this powdered rose-colored jewellery box setting.

The opening is Tuesday 12 November at noon, where exclusive to the shop will be a selection of ceramics by Albane Trollé, porcelain by Sophie Masson, precious jewels by De Maarse, Anna Shelley and Bonjour Aimée as well as womenswear collections by Oh Suzy !, Not So Far, Marylin Feltz, Edie Grim, Uma Oath and Trench & Coat

Practical Information:

Maisons de Mode Pop-Up Shop
Temporary Designer Boutique
41 Rue Basse
59000 Lille

From 12 November 2019 to 31 January 2020
Open from Tuesday to Saturday from noon to 7 pm
And Sunday in the month of December.

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ReSources, textile sourcing fair for industry professionals !–:–>

Bannière ReSources Maisons de Mode

Sparked by the fact that sourcing is one of the biggest challenges facing designers, Maisons de Mode will be hosting the first edition of ReSources, a trade fair where 20 textile suppliers (fabric and accessories) will convene to show their collections and network with designers and industry professionals at Roubaix’s Hôtel de Ville.

ReSources is aimed exclusively at those in the fashion industry: designers, decorators, buyers, brands & labels, students and other actors linked to the textile industry.

Looking for raw materials and supplies?

This event was specifically tailored to keep it on a human scale with the backdrop lending itself to a relaxed, friendly environment to make connections and promote collaborations with others in the industry. This is a far cry from the usual mammoth fairs where it’s easy to get lost among the masses.

Sample swatches, end-of-stock pieces and stock services will also be offered along with recent and current collections. Please note: eco-responsible and sustainable products will also be substantially represented.

Come meet industry professionals in a private setting.

Reserve you free entry to ReSources here…

First Edition
Hôtel de Ville – Roubaix
Thursday 28 November 2019 from 9 am to 6 pm

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Sign up now to join Maisons de Mode

Throughout the year, Maisons de Mode is on the lookout for new talents working in fields as diverse as menswear, womenswear, childrenswear, jewellery, leather goods, accessories, footwear, fragrances, fashion tech and lifestyle products.

To start the process of joining Maisons de Mode, please fill out the pre-selection application. If an application survives the pre-selection round, the designer is then invited to take part in one of the presentation days before the selection committee. This committee, composed of fashion industry professionals, judges the merits of the project presented by the applicant.

In 2020, two Maisons de Mode Grand Prizes (ready-to-wear, accessories, footwear, jewellery and lifestyle products) valuing €12,500 each (including tax) will be awarded to one apparel designer and to one designer of accessories, footwear, jewellery or lifestyle products. Prizes will be awarded during the 48H Maisons de Mode.

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Videos highlights : 48H Maisons de Mode x United Fashion





Forty designers from both Maisons de Mode and the United Fashion European project took part in various activities during this past 48H Maisons de Mode: industry panel discussions and conferences focused on distribution, a B2B showroom with international buyers, networking events, the first-ever Lille Fashion Night, fashion shows, an awards ceremony, the Braderie des Créateurs sale, and more. 48H Maisons de Mode featured truly a programme tailor-made for buyers and the general public to discover emerging brands and labels while allowing designers to learn about different sides of the business from conception to collection to final sale.

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Daniel Essa takes home 2019 Maisons de Mode Grand Prize

Bannière Daniel Essa Grand Prix Maisons de Mode

It was almost two years ago to the day that Daniel Essa was before a selection committee hoping to join Maisons de Mode. He didn’t yet have a proper collection, not even a prototype – just a few leather swatches and some sketches of what would become his debut collection.
Even at this embryonic stage, looking back, every detail had been conceived meticulously: strategy, brand identity, business plan, sourcing, production and more. The committee was impressed and convinced as much by his concept as by the unmistakable focus and drive of the designer. Essa joined Maisons de Mode and made huge strides in mere months. International trade fairs such as Tranoï or Première Classeopened their doors to him and his story attracted media buzz in France and internationally. With day-to-day support from the Maisons de Mode team, Essa took on various roles – design, communications, and the business side – before expanding to recruit his team.
Today, Daniel Essa sneakers are sold in high-end boutiques, department stores and concept stores around the world: Madison, Printemps Haussmann, Opium, Hejalo, Bloomingdale’s, Ounass, Harvey Nichols, Série Noire, Voila St Bart, La Clean Factory, B-Kane, Sea and Wander, Level Shoes, Boheme Chic, Initio, Enzo di Guilia, Faye and in his own studio-boutique in Roubaix.
His e-shop created with ShowroomPrivé’s e-commerce school has shown constant growth in sales.
During the 48H Maisons de Mode this September, he took part as a speaker during panel discussions on B2B distribution and attracted buyers in the B2B showroom the Comité d’Organisation de Lille Capitale Mondiale du Design 2020. And at the 48H Maisons de Mode industry professional fashion show, he was awarded the 2019 Maisons de Mode following deliberations from a jury of professionals.
The Daniel Essa phenomenon is unstoppable…

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