Kamini est parti à la découverte des richesses de la ville de Roubaix dans Les Gens des Hauts sur France 3, émission diffusée ce dimanche ! Il en a profité pour faire une escale chez Maisons de Mode où il a pu rencontrer Jeanne Gulchak, créatrice de La Jeannette, Emmanuelle Axer, directrice du label et Marine Bigo, créatrice de Minirine.
Il a également fait un passage chez Charlotte, créatrice de La Maison Demeure qui lui a fait découvrir son activité d’impression de cuir, qu’elle a débuté lors de son accompagnement chez Maisons de Mode.
Maisons de Mode will be on hand at the Traffic trade show taking place at Paris’ Carreau du Temple this April 4 and 5.
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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…
Every year, several fashion industry professionals convene at 48H Maisons de Mode to award prizes to promising, up-and-coming designers. What’s more, the general public gets in on the act by reserving spots to see the public fashion show, which gives them a vote in the choosing the fan favorite designer.
Here are the winners of the 2017 edition, who represent 10 award-winning labels:
Cube Showroom chose Demeure allowing the label space in its Parisian showroom.
Playologie awarded Sainte Courtisane its prize, which includes a year’s subscription to the online B2B service Playologie.
Industry trade fairs Who’s Next and Première Classe selected Philippe Perissé and La Bobette and offered the labels each a stand at Who’s Next and Première Classe in 2017.
The womenswear organisation Fédération du Prêt à Porter Féminin ended up choosing Tricote Moi un Tattoo to offer support and guidance through its business services.
La BOCI crowned Gamme Blanche its choice to receive one year of guidance and support.
Jb Agence – an agency for economic development in creative industries is generously betting on two Maisons de Mode talents – Minirine and Gamme Blanche.
Le Printemps honored Uma Oath during part of the fashion show designated for Privilège clients.
It’s not only buyers who have fallen under the spell of Maisons de Mode: the media have also discovered the concept and its designers. During Fashion Kode in Seoul, Korean blog phenomenon Charlotte came to find out more about Maisons de Mode, Demeure and Lucie Brochard. Their meeting up can be seen here !
Demeure, the label designed by Charlotte Cazal and Julie Armenaud, took to the catwalk at Seoul Fashion Week for a fashion show unveiling their new collection: Clusters & Nest. Alternating from prints to tartan, this new season of Demeure was served to a packed house of buyers and Korean industry professionals. A triumph.
A graduate of both Toulouse’s Université d’Arts Plastiques and Barcelona’s Escola de la Llotja, Charlotte Cazal is the force behind the Demeure label.
With support from the French government for her creations, Cazal took part in several exhibitions and performances covered by the French media from 2004 to 2012. Cazal was then inspired to take her art to a different level, using fashion as the medium to impart her message.
In tandem with her ongoing passion for the arts (poetry, dance, design, film) and materials in general (clay, stone, thread, rope, etc.), the designer has always had a penchant for textiles, which have figured in her artistic creations.
The art of handcrafted works and a love of textiles are traditions that have been in Cazal’s family for generations. As a girl, she tagged along with her mother to thrift shops. Now, as a woman, she browses, chooses and repurposes her finds, integrating them into her everyday life.
Bit by bit, the idea for a ‘work of clothing’ took shape in her mind: a wardrobe of garments created with second-hand fabric and made in France, sturdy but graceful, with each piece evoking a story and a history.
Pure, minimalist style combined with top-notch finishings and enhanced by silkscreen prints of artists chosen by the designer.
Demeure is a French sustainable high-end label with a new, contemporary approach to clothing that masterfully blends ethics with aesthetics.
Cazal and her colleague Julie Armenaud decided to set up their first boutique-atelier a stone’s throw from the La Piscine Museum in Roubaix, in keeping with Cazal’s love of art.