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48H Maisons de Mode award winners

During the ‘grand public’ fashion show starting at 6.30 pm on Friday, September 14, the Coup de Coeur prizes in the audience favorite category of clothing and accessories were awarded to two designers who received the most votes leading up to the event.

At the industry fashion show that took place at 8.30 pm, honorary president Isaac Sellam bestowed his “prix d’honneur” award. Industry professionals were also present from Tranoï, la Fédération Française du Prêt à Porter Féminin, BOCI, Who’s Next, Première Classe, Printemps Lille, JB Agency, Playologie, and the Jean Luc François association. These various entities awarded their own Coup de Coeur – or Love at First sight – prizes to the designer of their choice. These prizes represent vital opportunities for the designers: offers of stands at trade fairs, sales corners at major retailers, business guidance and coaching, and more. Maisons de Mode also awarded its €25,000 Maisons de Mode Grand Prize.

These are the 2018 award winners:

U-Exist won the Maisons de Mode Grand Prize of €25,000 to support the label in its development, the Tranoï prize (a stand for designer at the trade fair, on- and offline communications centering on the label, and B2B coaching for six months), the special Who’s Next – Première Classe prize (a special innovation stand), the JB Agency prize (label guidance and coaching).

KSRT Studio received the “prix d’honneur” prize, awarded by Isaac Sellam (coaching and consultations).

Oh Suzy received the Coup de Coeur audience favourite prize in the apparel category as well as the award from the Jean Luc François association (guidance in production and special rates for production)

Ohiri was awarded the BOCI prize (a one-year membership in the union allowing the label to benefit from the services of the federation).

Daniel Essa took home the Première Classe prize (a free stand at the trade fair) and honours from JB Agency (guidance and coaching for the label).

Lucie Brochard took home the Première Classe prize (a free stand at the trade fair) and honours from JB Agency (guidance and coaching for the label).

Philippe Perissé won the Printemps de Lille prize (participation in a fashion show staged by Printemps, the major French department store chain).

Not So Far will receive guidance from the Fédération Française du Prêt à Porter Féminin (label guidance and coaching during four annual consultations).)

Gamme Blanche won the public’s Coup de Coeur prize for best accessories.

Chlore was the winner of the Playologie prize (a one-year membership to the B2B online sales platform and guidance using this tool).


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Maisons de Mode on the catwalk at Fashion Day

 
 
 

Four Maisons de Mode designers were chosen by organisers for Fashion Day at Lille Grand Palais March 28. These designers presented their new collections in the lead-up to this event that’s part of the Lille Metropolitan Area’s fashion circuit. With more than 2,500 persons viewing each fashion show, labels Aux Corps Anonymes, KSRT Studio, Oh Suzy and Philippe Perissé showed their creations to an enraptured audience.


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Ecole de l’E-commerce x Maisons de Mode

Within the framework of setting up diverse partnerships with the regional eco-system starting a year ago, Maisons de Mode signed an agreement with e-commerce school l’Ecole de l’E-commerce de la Fondation Showroomprivé.com. On Monday 12 February, the group of actors on this project came together to lay the first stones on the foundation of this collaboration aiming to give several Maisons de Mode fashion brands more efficient websites.

L’Ecole de l’E-commerce was created by the Fondation Showroomprivé.com within the lncubator Blanchemaille. It has signed on to a partnership with Maisons de Mode’s talent accelerator.

The goal? To give to a second class of learners at the e-commerce school the opportunity to really work with designers, discovering their worlds of aesthetics, their design philosophies, and their products. This is all in service to customising the creation or redesign of each designer’s e-commerce or brand website so that it addresses the particular needs of each young fashion brand.

On Monday 12 February, designers from Colonel Moutarde and Justine Clenquet Jewellery (two success stories straight out of Maisons de Mode) told their own stories of how they triumphed, which largely involved the e-commerce of their business – today representing 2/3 of their sales figures. The teams at Showroomprivé and Maisons de Mode followed up by organising a second meeting between the school’s new promotional arm and nine specially selected designers.

Daniel Essa, Philippe Perissé, Rien que des Bêtises, Rock on the Moon, Oh Suzy, Laila Soares, Sainte Courtisane, Salim Djelloudi and Tricote moi un Tattoo were able to introduce themselves through pitches and meetings centered on their respective projects. The next step will be forming teams – designer-partnerships of learners – for a first joint training session planned for March 27. The subject? SEO.


Maisons de Mode in the Media

In with the new

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


Oh Suzy !

Oh Suzy Maisons de Moe Suzy Gyde

Oh Suzy! is a womenswear label based in the northern French city of Lille, infused with modern take on a retro spirit.
Under the artistic direction of its founder Suzy Gydé, the collections are a wardrobe that is free from being a slave to trends, instead playing freely with genres and identity.
Each season pays homage to a woman, a film, a memory, an era. The creations bear the imprint of the past but are the essence of contemporary style.
Her varied prints, fabrics and blends pulsate with the diverse inspirations of the designer.
From her creating exclusive prints to her precise execution of each cut to her intense choice of materials to the meticulous production process, Oh Suzy! is made in France with respect to its ethics and respect for sustainability, which are shared by the label’s partners.
The collections form an ideal wardrobe for the woman seeking elegance, colour, lightness and comfort – the woman who loves to mix it up. This is a woman inspired by the past as she looks daringly to the future.

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