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
Sophie Masson Porcelaine …
Following a tenuous start, Rien que des Bêtises, with the support of Maisons de Mode, will present its 2017 collection and the capsule collection Léo at the Maison & Objet trade fair Paris in hopes of expanding the label’s points of sale. It’s a strong bet that Justine, the brand’s founder and creative force, will reach that goal, having won followers and fans after the label’s first trade show appearance.
This year, Maisons de Mode designers are offering a special day of sales and savings with Black Friday.
Labels sold at Le Vestiaire (Rock on the Moon, Minirine, My Lovely Socks, Rien que des Betises and Pop Up Shop brands) are coming together for a special day 25 November with discounts, sales and other goodies for customers.
Gisel B, Constance L, Not So Far et Justine Clenquet are also guaranteeing special discounts on their fan pages. Open till 9 PM!
Saturday 15 October, five new designer brands from Maisons de Mode opened shops in Roubaix. Television channel Grand Lille TV went behind the scenes for the preparations for the boutiques’ launch – and to get to know more about the labels: Rien que des Bêtises, My Lovely Socks, Minirine, Rock on the Moon, Not So Far. Also featured were designers in the Maisons de Mode Pop-Up Shop: Ness, Sophie Masson, Edie Grim and Cyrille Grouselle.
Minirine, Rock On The Moon, Rien que des bêtises., My Lovely Socks and Not l So l Far invite you to the grand opening of their boutiques Saturday 15 October 2016 from 4pm to 11p, at Le Vestiaire, 27 Rue de l’Espérance in Roubaix (right next to the Musée La Piscine museum) and on Avenue Jean Lebas.
Take advantage of this happening to discover these new designers’ spaces and their worlds of their aesthetics.
Maisons de Mode designers once again triumphed on the catwalks at the 48H Maisons de Mode: three shows took place Friday 16 September at Lille’s Gare Saint Sauveur train station, allowing more than 2,700 spectators to get a first look at the 2016-17 Autumn/Winter collections of designers under the Maisons de Mode umbrella. Each show ran the gamut from high drama to light fantasy, enthralling the public even more than in years past.