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Prizewinners from 48H Maisons de Mode 2019

During the general admission fashion show at 6 pm on Friday 13 September at Lille’s Hôtel de Ville town hall, the Coup de Coeur audience favourite award was given to designers in two different categories: apparel and accessories. The winners were the two designers who received the greatest number of votes in the lead-up to the event.

At the industry professional fashion show that took place 9 pm, honorary 48H Maisons de Mode president Armand Hadida presented his honorary prize. A select group of industry professionals in attendance also bestowed their own awards on designers they judged deserving. Awards were given by Boutique2Mode, the agency IYE, Tranoï, Fédération Française du Prêt à Porter Féminin, BOCI, Who’s Next, Première Classe, Printemps Lille department store, and The Family Market x Playologie. These prizes offer concrete opportunities for designers: stands at trade fairs, sales corners at retailers, guidance, coaching and more. Maisons de Mode also presented its Grand Prize worth €25,000.

The 2019 prizewinners were:

Daniel Essa won the Maisons de Mode Grand Prize (€25,000 in support of a label for its development).

U-Exist received both the honorary prize awarded by Armand Hadida and the IYE agency prize (guidance and support in creating content for 2019-2020).

Lucie Brochard was awarded the Tranoï (a stand at the trade fair).

Oh Suzy won the Coup de Coeur audience favourite prize in the apparel category. The label also was chosen by fashion distribution professionals voting through the magazine Boutique2Mode (magazine coverage as well as a campaign in industry newsletters). The label also snagged the Playologie x Family Market prize (a year’s membership to an online B2B sales platform and support in photo shoots for products as a well a pop-up shop at the Family Market in Switzerland).

De Maarse took home the BOCI prize (a year’s membership in the union to benefit from the federation’s services).

Ohiri took the Première Classe prize (a stand at the trade fair).

Voir(e) will take part in the next Who’s Next (a stand at the trade fair) and was chosen to be advised by the Fédération Française du Prêt à Porter Féminin (brand coaching advisement by the womenswear federation during four meetings throughout a year).

Philippe Perissé won the Printemps de Lille prize (a spot in the Printemps fashion show and a pop-up shop during the Christmas season).

Edie Grim won support from the Fédération Française du Prêt à Porter Féminin (brand coaching advisement by the womenswear federation during four meetings throughout a year).

Gamme Blanche won the Coup de Coeur audience favourite prize in the accessories category.

Maisons de Mode partners also chose to award two European designers present on that night as part of the United Fashion project.

Constança Entrudo won the Who’s Next prize (a stand at the trade fair).

Mieke Dirckx was awarded the Playologie x Family Market prize (a year’s membership to an online B2B sales platform and support in photo shoots for products as a well a pop-up shop at Family Market in Switzerland).


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Philippe Perissé, guest on France’s TV5 Monde

Philippe Perissé loves women who are daring, bold, and full of character and natural charisma. Women one can meet one time but never forget, women with a Parisian allure, blending masculine chic and feminine charm, women who carry within themselves a uniqueness, a sophistication and a sense of mischief.
This is not surprising for someone who collects military uniforms, is obsessed with the art nouveau master Mucha, loves 1940s Hollywood films and illustrators, and who studied at Paris’ renowned Ecole de la Chambre Syndicale de la Couture. Degree in hand, he paid his dues with stints at Jean-Louis Scherrer Haute Couture, followed by work at John Galliano. He then went on to sharpen his eye and skills by working with new designers such as Alain Gossuin and Delphine Murat.
After training in development and management of luxury brands at the illustrious Institut Français de la Mode, he was tapped to serve in managing the collections of Catherine André. Following that, he joined the luxury products division of L’Oréal, developing cosmetics collections for Lancôme and Armani. But design kept calling him back…
Guided by the goal to reveal the confidence, beauty and innate superb nature of woman, he began to conceive and create pieces for his private clientele. He was finally ready to take the plunge: he created his eponymous label. The cuts he constructed – structured shoulders and defined waistlines – have become a trademark of Philippe Perissé. But his imprint bears a claw – the claw of his mascot “Beau.”
A symbol of hedonism that is at once poetic and naughty, Beau also acts as a guardian angel for his clients.
Beau is his label’s emblem, an astonishing chimera that’s a cross between a bull terrier and an eagle. It is something of an alter ego for designer Philippe Perissé – as well as being the label’s first ambassador.
Beau takes as his motto Age Quod Agis – whatever you do, do it well…especially in fun.
Philippe Perissé takes this credo to heart. A true tailor, he brings to life impeccable collections for day and night, as well as unique pieces made on demand.


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Les créateurs Maisons de Mode sur la Fashion Week

Les créateurs Maisons de Mode reviennent sur les salons parisiens et européens à l’occasion de la Fashion Week et de la venue d’acheteurs internationaux sur le continent.

Ils présenteront leurs collections sur Première Classe

Le célèbre salon qui envahit le Jardin des Tuileries pour 4 jours permettra de (re) découvrir des créateurs Maisons de Mode. Daniel Essa et De Maarse.

Ils seront sur Tranoï

En septembre dernier, à l’occasion des 48H Maisons de Mode, U-Exist recevait des mains du salon Tranoï un prix leur permettant d’exposer leur concept et leurs collections au sein du célèbre salon parisien. .

Mais aussi à Milan

KSRT Studio présentera sa nouvelle collection sur Adelaide Showroom au coeur de la ville de Milan.

Ils ouvrent les portes de boutique aux acheteurs mais aussi au grand public

A l’occasion de la Fashion Week, ces créateurs Maisons de Mode ont souhaité que non seulement les acheteurs internationaux mais aussi le grand public découvrent leurs collections. Ainsi, ils vendront aux professionnels la collection Automne Hiver 19-20 et présenteront les pièces du Printemps Été au grand public, toujours fervent de mode. Lucie Brochard, Aux Corps Anonymes et La Jeannette – 8 rue du Four, Oh Suzy – rue Ferdinand Duval et Philippe Perisse – 55 rue des Gravilliers.





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5 créateurs Maisons de Mode participent à l’exposition Dentelle, etc. à la Cité de la Dentelle et de la Mode

Dentelle-etc exposition Cité Dentelle et Mode Maisons de Mode


Pour fêter ses dix ans, la Cité de la dentelle et de la mode rend hommage à la tradition textile des Hauts-de-France en montrant un instantané du meilleur de la création autour de la dentelle. Les créations de Philippe Périssé, Aux corps anonymes, KSRT Studio en collaboration avec Cyrille Grouselle, Sophie Masson et Minirine ont été retenues et seront présentées durant un an à partir du 4 mars 2019.
Le vernissage se tiendra le samedi 9 mars à 14 h 30.


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Berlin Fashion Week : 2ème édition pour le projet United Fashion

Après avoir permis à deux créateurs de Maisons de Mode (Philippe Perissé et Daniel Essa) de partir sur le salon Premium à Berlin, le projet United Fashion revient sur le salon allemand pour une deuxième présentation de collections des créateurs européens de sept pays (huit structures font partie du projet).

En attendant cette nouvelle étape du projet, nous vous proposons de retrouver en vidéos les événements marquants de l’édition de juillet.



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Les créateurs de Maisons de Mode à la une du Issi Mag spécial Art Up !

Issi Mag Maisons de Mode

Maisons de Mode est partenaire du dernier Issi Mag « spécial Art Up » daté de janvier et février avec une jolie carte blanche à Aka Mr Grey, artiste et photographe mode reconnu de la région. Celui-ci a interprété les univers de KSRT Studio, Philippe Périssé et de Chlore, 3 marques labellisées Maisons de Mode avec ses couleurs de prédilection le gris et le noir. Un shooting d’anthologie pour le plus grand plaisir des lecteurs de ce magazine lifestyle.

Déjà largement distribué dans les lieux stratégiques et boutiques sélectives de la métropole lilloise et de la Côte d’Opale, ce magazine est proposé aux clients du Printemps Lille ainsi qu’à l’ensemble des visiteurs d’Art Up.


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Maisons de Mode designers on the catwalk at South Korea’s Daegu Fashion Festival

In the South Korean city of Daegu this past October, Philippe Perisse, Lucie Brochard.vo and KSRT Studio presented their collections on the catwalk during the Deagu Fashion Festival.

On this occasion, our designers introduced their collections to an audience of industry professionals and the general public along with other French and Swiss designers.