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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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Backstage at Monte Carlo Fashion Week

With special thanks to Nicolas Teboul, dispatch photographer for Monte Carlo Fashion Week, for his backstage shots of the event showing the collections of Maisons de Mode designers taking part this past May.


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La Monte Carlo Fashion Week … comme si vous y étiez !

En décembre dernier, Maisons de Mode a été désigné chef de projet de l’action Mode – Luxe – Textile initiée par la Direccte Hauts-de-France. Cette opération de promotion de la jeune création des Hauts-de-France s’est traduite par un défilé de 40 passages dans le cadre prestigieux de la 6ème édition de la Monte Carlo Fashion Week. En Opening de cet événement, 7 créateurs Maisons de Mode ont défilé à Monaco : Lucie Brochard, Philippe Perissé, Aux Corps Anonymes, KSRT Studio, Orlane Herbin, Chlore et Sue Réédition !
Retrouvez ici leurs passages sur Fashion Channel ! (le passage d’Orlane Herbin arrivera sous peu).

 
 
 
 


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North Touch invited to Monaco 16-20 May

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Last December, Maisons de Mode was chosen as project leader of the Mode – Luxe – Textile (fashion/luxury/textile) initiative launched by Direccte Hauts-de-France. One of the results of this young designer promotion project from the Hauts-de-France region will be a fashion show with 40 different looks displayed at the 6th edition of the prestigious Monte Carlo Fashion Week this May.
Seven Maisons de Mode designers will strut their stuff in Monaco : Lucie Brochard, Philippe Perissé, Aux Corps Anonymes, KSRT Studio, Orlane Herbin, Chlore and Sue Réédition !

Find out more here on the blog Monaco Madame !


Orlane Herbin

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Orlane Herbin started her path to being the respected talent she is today by studying the fine arts, then graduating from famed fashion institution Esmod. She began to build her career through collaborations with other notable designers such as Gaspard Yurkievich and Jean-Paul Knott. She also had the honour of working with the late, legendary choreographer Maurice Béjart on his final production.

In 2002, Herbin launched her line of womenswear. Six years later, she joined Maisons de Mode and opened a lovely boutique-atelier in Roubaix. Here, she created and sold her collections of ready-to-wear and accessories (leather goods) while developing her clientele abroad – most notably in Japan, where her talent has drawn kudos and customers.

After hearing customers complain about not being able to find wedding gowns that fit their tastes, Herbin decided to try her hand at designing some models. They were such a success that she launched her first ‘real’ collection of wedding gowns in Autumn/Winter 2008-2009.

Of her style and inspirations, she says: ‘I take pieces from my own personal wardrobe and use them as the template to transform into wedding gowns. This is how a deep V-neck pullover became the plunging back in one of my most successful gowns. I might find inspiration in the silhouette of a dancer, a woman I might catch sight of one night, a painting. Vaporous, flowing volumes inspire me. Quality materials are of the utmost importance, as well as how a fabric falls and its comfort. Each bride is synonymous with a first meeting, a history – and I hope to always remember this when creating.’ Her gowns are best described in three words: evanescent, original and ethereal.

After four years at Maisons de Mode (the maximum time allowed), she decided to strike out on her own. Today, she has a lovely showroom on the outskirts of Lille where she receives brides-to-be from all over France, as well as from abroad. But she hasn’t forgotten where she came from, acting as a ‘big sister’ to Maisons de Mode newcomers and maintaining a Pop-Up store at Le Vestiaire in Roubaix.