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Le défilé des 48H Maisons de Mode est en ligne !

A Lille, depuis 10 ans, un festival des jeunes marques créateurs est organisé par le label Maisons de Mode qui soutient une trentaine de marques-créateurs dans le nord de la France.
Cette année, l’événement qui ne connaît pas d’équivalent en Europe a réuni plus de 15.000 personnes ! Retrouvez ici l’intégralité du défilé suivi de la remise des prix professionnels !
A l’issue du défilé institutionnel de 20h30, Isaac Sellam, président d’honneur, a remis son prix d’honneur. Les professionnels étaient également au rendez-vous : Tranoï, la Fédération Française du Prêt à Porter Féminin, la BOCI, Who’s Next, Première Classe, le Printemps Lille, JB Agency, Playologie, association Jean Luc François ont décerné leurs prix Coup de Coeur aux créateurs de leur choix. Ces prix représentent de réelles opportunités pour les créateurs : stand offert sur les salons, corners de vente, accompagnement et coaching … Maisons de Mode a remis également les 25.000 € du Grand Prix Maisons de Mode.

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2018 48H Maisons de Mode fashion show : (re)discover it – designer by designer

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Maisons de Mode at Traffic trade show

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Maisons de Mode will be on hand at the Traffic trade show taking place at Paris’ Carreau du Temple this April 4 and 5.
Want to know more about our events? Want to join Maisons de Mode? Let’s meet up during these two days dedicated to young fashion designers.

For ten years, Maisons de Mode has guided and supported more than 100 labels and designers, watching the genesis of great brands such as Le Colonel Moutarde, Justine Clenquet, Demeure, and Clivia Nobili, among others…

Click here to reserve your pass and email us directly to schedule a meeting !

Maisons de Mode in the Media

Designer in the spotlight : Clivia Nobili

Madame Figaro - 18 juillet 2015

She’s grown up and moved on from Maisons de Mode, but designer Clivia Nobili continues to build her fashion legend. The most recent edition of French women’s magazine Madame Figaro features a profile of Nobili, recounting her rise and success…including her four years at Maisons de Mode, which led to her setting up shop on Rue Saint André in Lille. Brava, Clivia!

Clivia Nobili

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Practically self-trained, Clivia Nobili didn’t waste time at school waiting to practice her passion for fashion: at age 17, she left the south of France to take on Paris. Her single goal: to work in the world of fashion, an obsession of hers since birth. She started off in public relations, working with Yohji Yamamoto for four years. She took advantage of her stint there to discover behind the scenes the craft of the couturier.

This opened a whole new world to her, where she left for New York to work as a photographer’s stylist assistant. While there, she took design and drawing classes at the world-famous Fashion Institute of Technology. At the age of 24, she returned to France, settling in Marseille and stringing together gigs that used the skills she had acquired, such as costuming and dressing actors for feature films and television productions. She also launched her first collection under her name. The label Clivia Nobili approaches fashion from a different perspective, taking the roots of workwear and reinterpreting it through the designer’s eyes, intellect and influences – be they literature, art or music. This label is truly Made in France, with each piece composed of top notch fabrics and finely finished details. The comfort and wearability of a Clivia Nobili garment prove that fashion can feel as good as it looks. ‘I have this connection with cotton, with the feel and the history of different fabrics. Every piece of clothing has a form and a story that’s sociological.’