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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.

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Sainte Courtisane in Milan

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Laura Bihl, the designer behind Sainte Courtisane, will present her 2018 Spring/Summer collection at White, the fashion trade fair in Milan.

This won’t be the designer’s first time at this rodeo: the Janvier 2017 edition of the event also featured the label. The fair’s team had discovered Bihl previously at Who’s Next, where they literally fell in love with her label’s style.

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48H Maisons de Mode 2017 prize winners

Every year, several fashion industry professionals convene at 48H Maisons de Mode to award prizes to promising, up-and-coming designers. What’s more, the general public gets in on the act by reserving spots to see the public fashion show, which gives them a vote in the choosing the fan favorite designer.

Here are the winners of the 2017 edition, who represent 10 award-winning labels:

Cube Showroom chose Demeure allowing the label space in its Parisian showroom.

Playologie awarded Sainte Courtisane its prize, which includes a year’s subscription to the online B2B service Playologie.

Industry trade fairs Who’s Next and Première Classe selected Philippe Perissé and La Bobette and offered the labels each a stand at Who’s Next and Première Classe in 2017.

The womenswear organisation Fédération du Prêt à Porter Féminin ended up choosing Tricote Moi un Tattoo to offer support and guidance through its business services.

La BOCI crowned Gamme Blanche its choice to receive one year of guidance and support.

Jb Agence – an agency for economic development in creative industries is generously betting on two Maisons de Mode talents – Minirine and Gamme Blanche.

Le Printemps honored Uma Oath during part of the fashion show designated for Privilège clients.

Barbara Bui chose to award Aux Corps Anonymes for the quality of the label’s work.

Maisons de Mode’s Grand Prize of €25,000 was awarded to KSRT Studio.

And the public at large chose Justine Clenquet and KSRT Studio as their favourites, giving each of them a €2,000 cheque.

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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
Sainte Courtisane
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. 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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Sainte Courtisane, 48H Maisons de Mode award winner, at Who’s Next


After Sainte Courtisane’s stunning appearance at the last 48H Maisons de Mode, Who’s Next offered a stand to the label at the upcoming edition of the fair.

It’s another feather in the cap for the label, which is looking to expand its international presence throughout 2017. You’ll be able to see the new collection 20-23 January at the fair in the space reserved for designers (between Hall 2 and Hall 3).