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Spolight 32nd Marché des Modes : Andrée Sorant

Andrée Sorant Marché des Modes mai 2019 Maisons de Mode

As an homage to her maternal grandmother, the essence of elegance and a Prix de Tango prizewinner, Andrée Sorant was the name chosen by designer Louise Motte for her line of women’s accessories.

A devotee of textiles and their traditions, she has chosen to create limited edition silk scarves in the classic carré – or square – style. This luxurious choice requires Motte to be meticulously demanding down to the finest detail, something that is possible due to the legendary skills of the artisans in the Lyon region responsible for printing and producing her scarves.

Vibrant colours and modern elegance imbue collections whose creativity commemorates the designer’s stylish forebearer, known during her day as “the most elegant woman in Arras.”
Drawing from diverse influences and a wide range of design, art and architecture, each scarf is a world unto itself, displaying unique patterns and allowing the wearer different options to style the scarf into its very own graphic objet.

Through her textile research and revisiting classic accessories, the designer behind Andrée Sorant has also created the Col Claude. A unisex accessory, it is inspired by the twist-style scarf of the 1960s and becomes an alternative to the bowtie and necktie. Available in different fabrics (cotton and silk), it can be worn under a shirt collar or as a dickey under an open-collared blouse for women. All models are reversible, showing a different print on each side. It is also adjustable, thanks to a clip in the back, that allows it to fit different necks. All Andrée Sorant scarves are made in France and sewn in Roubaix (a city famed in France for its textile heritage).

Andrée Sorant was part of Maisons de Mode for four years with a boutique-atelier at Le Vestiaire in Roubaix and has shown her collections to professional buyers within the framework of the Maison & Objet trade fair.

Beyond being just a simple accessory, scarves and collar pieces by Andrée Sorant are both refined and relevant. They challenge traditional elements of both womenswear and menswear to give a modern take on style as well as elevating their symbolic character.

In September 2016, Andrée Sorant launched its first home collection, including wallpaper and rugs. The label has now positioned itself as a graphic design studio offering its “retro-refined” prints for use on various objects and through different media that put its traditional know-how on full display.

The label is also working on a collaboration with Blanche Porte and will make its glorious return to the Marché des Modes this 24-26 May.


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Two former Maisons de Mode designers making moves in Paris

Big news from designers Aurélie Chadaine and Andrée Sorant, formerly at Le Vestiaire in Roubaix, who have taken what they learned from Maisons de Mode to develop their brands further…

Aurélie Chadaine has been at the flagship Bon Marché store in Paris for five consecutive weekends presenting her new collection of custom-made bags to her growing client list.
And Andrée Sorant is set to be part of the Shirts exhibition, organised by French concept store Merci. This expo is devoted to shirts and to women’s and men’s style.


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The best of Maisons de Mode for Saint Valentine’s day

 

 

 

In addition to jewellery by Justine Clenquet and Gisel B previously mentioned, Maisons de Mode also has last-minute gift ideas from designers whose talents will please your beloved.

Body jewellery by Ohiri, the Baya bracelet from Constance L, Andrée Sorant’s Rotterdam scarf and pocket squares from the design collaboration between Demeure & House of Vice. All of these items are available for special prices until 148 February, to celebrate that day of love. Get yours now…


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Maisons de Mode at Paris Fashion Fairs !

Maisons de Mode designers will continue their mission to conquer international markets at the upcoming trade fairs in Paris. Discover the following designers at the following fairs :

At Who’s Next : DemeureLaurence AndréNinii – Edie Grim (from Maisons de Mode ‘s Pop-Up shop)

At Première Classe : Pochette Square

At Tranoï Preview : Justine ClenquetGisel B.

At Capsule : d r ô n e

At Maison & Objet : Andrée Sorant

At Kids : Rock on the Moon

At Playtime : Boam


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Maisons de Mode designers meet buyers in Paris

 

Maisons de Mode designers have set up meetings with professional buyers at Paris trade fairs showrooms to start this morning…and go on into the night. A baptism of fire for some, with successes and learning experiences to be gained, this weekend will see buyers from everything from specialty boutiques to major department stores descend on Paris. The attraction: different trade fairs where they hope to spot the next hot fashion designer.

At the fairs below, you’ll find Maisons de Mode designers :
– at Who’s Next / Première Classe : d r ô n ePochette Square and Aurélie Chadaine
– at Bijorhca : Anaozi, Gisèl B. and Justine Clenquet
– at Maison & Objet : Andrée Sorant and Constance L.

Those wishing to see their work are free to attend the upcoming fashion show at the 48H Maisons de Mode on 18 September at 7 pm. Reservations at www.48hmaisonsdemode.com


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Don’t miss House of Vice’s Garden Party

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After a year of waiting breathlessly, partygoers can now rejoice. The social event of the summer, the House of Vice Garden Party, kicks off tomorrow at 5 pm in Lille’s Jardin de Mode. There, the dynamic duo behind the label will preside over festivities, which will include DJs, drag shows, designer sales, live music performances and other surprises!

It’ll be a night to remember: if the forecast pans out, be prepared to party all night in the garden! If you have anything else planned tomorrow night, cancel it: you won’t want to miss the tropical meets urban ambiance created by House of Vice designers Amandine, Aurélien and their guests.

Live et dj-set

Grifon (live)
https://soundcloud.com/pilrecords/laiguille-du-loup-grifon

Temple Maudit (live)
https://soundcloud.com/letemplemaudit

You Man (dj set)
https://soundcloud.com/you_man

Diederdas (dj set)
https://soundcloud.com/diederdas

Humantronic (dj set)
https://soundcloud.com/humantronic

Designers selling will include Justine Clenquet, Le Colonel Moutarde, Isabelle Zumbrunn, GisèL B., Inari, Be Bop & Lula , Constance L,  Demeure, Andrée Sorant etc …