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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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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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The return of Ohiri workshops

Ohiri Ateliers DIY Maisons de Mode Jardin de Mode Bijoux


To understand jewellery from certain ancient cultures and to re-interpret them for a modern world through different media (jewellery, accessories, decorative objects): these are the aims of Ohiri.

Starting 8 April, the designer will welcome the public to her studio at 58 Rue du Faubourg des Postes in Lille on Sunday afternoons for DIY workshops. In 45-60 minute sessions, the designer will teach attendees how to create jewellery. Come alone or with friends…and leave with a finished piece …

Each week, go to the event’s Facebook page to discover what piece of jewellery is scheduled for that upcoming Sunday. On April 8 and 15, the designer will teach you how to make a nylon choker.

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La Garden Party des créateurs Maisons de Mode le 27 juin au Jardin de Mode

Maisons de Mode Garden Party des Createurs

A quelques heures du lancement officiel des soldes, les créateurs Maisons de Mode vous convient à leur Garden Party et vous proposent des ventes privées exceptionnelles de 18h à 22h au Jardin de Mode, 58-60 rue du Faubourg des Postes à Lille, le tout en mode afterwork dans une ambiance estivale : DJ set Nelson D’Araujo, fooding, cocktails …

Retrouvez entre autres :

Rock On The Moon
Rien que des bêtises
Ohiri
Sainte Courtisane
Lailasoares
Minirine
Ninii
Cuvh
Akène
Sophie Masson Porcelaine …


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The Look Forward Fashion Tech Festival in Roubaix : sign up for free DIY workshops




Showroomprivé.com will host the Look Forward Fashion Tech Festival in Roubaix 17-20 June. This event was conceived as a ‘avant-première’ of the Festival that takes place each year at the Gaîté Lyrique digital arts and music centre in Paris.

On the programme will be a free, never-before-seen exhibition on the theme of water that will reveal technological innovations in fashion. The fabulous setting of the Piscine de Roubaix will welcome an exhibition of six projects from the world of fashion tech. Altogether, the event will spotlight the relationship between nature and our bodies, and ourselves inside. Water will be the common thread that runs through the complete exhibition.

More than just an exhibition of innovative clothing, the event also will offer:

– the chance to discover amazing accessories and textiles, with the participation of Lille3000
– DIY workshops 17 and18 June at Le Vestiaire Maisons de Mode with designers: Matière Brute, Ohiri, Sainte Courtisane, Sophie Masson, Le Fleuriste and Britney Pompadour. These workshops are free. Sign up now below.
– a conference Saturday 17 June by U-exist on the handicapped in the world of fashion.

This event will be produced by Showroomprivé with support from the Mairie de Roubaix.

Showroomprive.com in one of the European leaders in online sales events, a digital world in the service of fashion. Conceived with both fashion and digital DNA, this enterprise has innovation as the motor of its strategy, anticipating the needs and desires of its clients and offering them top-notch service in terms of the products offered, transport, delivery and modes of payment.

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Enter now to compete for this year’s Maisons de Mode Grand Prize

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Who will succeed Uma Oath, the 2016 Grand Prizewinner who joined the Maisons de Mode incubator/accelerator programme in Lille ?

Fragrance, jewelry, accessories, sneakers, leather goods, ready-to-wear (woman, man, children), Maisons de Mode will be offering a new Grand Prize to the best new recruit to the programme. This award will include €25,000 to be used to expand their business and to produce their collections.

It’s a fact of life that being a designer is more than just creating collections. It’s also about building a business. So it’s important to stack the deck in your favour. Maisons de Mode allows every designer joining its programme to set down stakes in Lille or Roubaix where they can further develop the their business’ structure while taking advantage of a plethora of services offered, unlike any other programme in France.

For the 2017 edition of the competition, a multiple-choice questionnaire is provided to be filled in by the candidates. The questionnaire’s aim is to help designers better clarify points about their business that are important to the economic and logistical requirements of building and maintaining a fashion company.

 

Download the Maisons de Mode application in french / in english !

Application session dates:

-> 1 March 2017

-> 1 April 2017

-> 1 May 2017

 

Please don’t wait until the last session to present your application. Only a limited number of candidates will be seen on each date.

Don’t wait another minute: applying means you’ll be able to meet industry professionals during the selection sessions, who’ll be ready to advise you on how to grow your business. Download the application here !


Ohiri

Ohiri Maisons de Mode Akébéhi Kpolo

Of west Ivoirian descent, the phenomenon of Ohiri has now matured after taking its time to ripen.

A line of jewellery for men and women, Ohiri is inspired by the Akan culture.

The Akan people comprise one of the largest ethnic groups in West Africa. They are found notably in Ghana and Ivory Coast. According to Akan beliefs, gold is the earthly representation of the divine. The precious metal also occupies a central place in the organisation of their society. Jewellery, for example, is one of the most important elements to the Akans. Whether in solid gold or gold-plate, these people like to adorn themselves in decorative forms that echo their moral values and precepts for living.

Fascinated by this symbolism, Akébéhi Kpolo decided in August 2011 to re-imagine the codes of Akan jewellery, transforming it into something that was street, contemporary and stylish. She joined forces with Clément and Hervé, two jewel craftsmen based in Ivory Coast. The result is Ohiri, a jewellery line that is avant garde while maintaining its authentic roots. Each collection allows the young designer to translate something dear to her heart from her cultural heritage into something unique yet accessible.

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