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Inauguration boutiques Maisons de Mode Lille KSRT Studio


Maisons de Mode designers in Lille welcomed the public to the grand opening of their new boutiques located in the Rue du Faubourg des Postes in Lille. The event featured cocktails and a presentation of their labels to officials invited to the location.
The media were there to discover the style of Philippe Perissé, May, Oh Suzy, KSRT Studio, Gamme blanche and Tricote moi un tattoo.
Click here for an article on the event on Fashion Network


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Maisons de Mode designers in Lille Flandres rail station

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The Lille Flandres Rail Station has undergone a transformation, having developed new retail offerings. The transit hub came to Maisons de Mode with an opportunity for the project’s designers to offer their wares in a Pop-Up Shop – all the better for the designers to reach an even wider customer base. More than 100,000 people pass through this station every day, assuring greater exposure for the designers participating.
Discover until 30 November Oh SuzyMay, Hanjo, Rock on the Moon, Gamme Blanche and Sophie Masson.


Gamme Blanche

Marine Penet Gamme Blanche Maisons de Mode

Marine Penet, a designer by training from France’s Opal coast, launched Gamme Blanche in 2016.

After studying art and fashion design in Lille, most notably at the esteemed institution ESAAT, she followed up by pursuing a specialisation in fashion communications at Paris’ famed Atelier Chardon Savard. This led to many experiences working as a fashion stylist for print work, which resulted in Penet deciding to launch her own jewellery brand.

Penet designs each piece of the Gamme Blanche collection in Lille.
Ethereal and minimalist best describe the world of Gamme Blanche: pure lines of graphic and mineral character, influenced by architecture and by nature, in tones weathered, washed and glacial.
Penet strives to create pieces that are timeless and lasting, blending quality and design.

Taking care in expressing her aesthetic vision while elevating the look of the person wearing her pieces, Penet sees her work as little treasures that never leave you. Their value can be simply sentimental or in their beauty, but they become talismans and good luck charms by virtue of their use of fine stones.
In gold-plated silver and brass covered in fine gold, Penet’s pieces are handcrafted by jewellery artisans in Jaipur using techniques in the traditions of the Maharajahs – an ancestral savoir-faire revered around the world. Attentive to the high ethical standards of her brand, Penet guarantees that her work is produced with no child labour and that each artisan involved in producing her pieces is paid a living wage with adequate time off. Gamme Blanche also strives to minimise its impact on the environment by optimising logistics to reduce its carbon footprint. The brand also chooses packaging that is natural and/or recyclable.

All of above elements come together to make Gamme Blanche exceptional: high quality materials, experienced artisans, and extreme care in the production of jewellery where each step involves hand craftsmanship.
Chosen to join Maisons de Mode in 2017, Marine Penet will set up shop soon in a Maisons de Mode boutique-atelier in Lille.


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48H Maisons de Mode 2017 prize winners

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.

Barbara Bui chose to award Aux Corps Anonymes for the quality of the label’s work.

Maisons de Mode’s Grand Prize of €25,000 was awarded to KSRT Studio.

And the public at large chose Justine Clenquet and KSRT Studio as their favourites, giving each of them a €2,000 cheque.