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U-Exist featured on Magazine de la Santé on France 5

Cable channel France 5’s Le Magazine de la Santé sur France 5 recently did a segment on fashion for the disabled where, of course U-Exist was featured.

« Play with your difference »​
That’s the philosophy behind U-Exist, an activist orthopedic design studio that’s unique in the world. As motif and pattern designers, the brand offers customisation and personalisation services for orthopedic equipment to allow the user to express their individual personality and style.

Facilitating access to design in orthopedic equipment is what drives the team. A true bridge between the patient and the orthotist, they contribute to the concept and printing of the design, working with the orthotist in the application of the design on the equipment. Before that, they work with the patient in seeking how to best express the patient’s personality. A true collaboration, they play with differences.

More than just an orthopedic design studio, U-Exist is a new way of looking at disability, an actor in the development of defending the rights of every person using a device to re-invent themselves, expressing their individuality, their creativity and their feelings.

Surrounded by cold and impersonal equipment, Simon Colin, graduate in orthopedics was driven to bring aesthetic flavor to the world of disability through customisation of prosthetics, orthotics and corsets.

This is how U-Exist came into being, laying the foundations for how to exist through one’s device.
Soon joined by stylist and artistic director Amandine Labbé, the U-Exist experience began to take shape and set out to revolutionise through fashion how disability is seen.

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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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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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Les créateurs Maisons de Mode sur les salons parisiens !

Les créateurs Maisons de Mode seront présents sur les salons professionnels pour présenter leurs nouvelles collections. Retrouvez les marques du label nordiste dont certaines disposent déjà de nombreux points de vente en France et à l’international.

Ils sont les invités d’honneur du salon Who’s Next

Chaque année, à l’occasion des 48H Maisons de Mode, les salons Who’s Next et Première Classe choisissent de décerner leurs prix Coup de Coeur, permettant aux marques sélectionnées d’être présentes sur les salons de Janvier ! Pour 2018, ce sont trois marques de l’accélérateur qui ont attiré l’attention des organisateurs des salons : Daniel Essa, Lucie Brochard.võ et U-Exist.


Ils sont également présents sur Who’s Next

D’autres marques accompagnées par le label seront également présentes sur Who’s Next et Première Classe. Certaines d’entre elles seront présentes pour la première fois, avec le soutien de Maisons de Mode : Not So Far, Edie Grim, Urban Circus, Oh Suzy et Gamme Blanche.




Ils sont sur Maison & Objet

Au delà du prêt-à-porter et des accessoires, Maisons de Mode a choisi en 2017 d’accompagner des créateurs lifestyle leur permettant ainsi à eux aussi de bénéficier d’un accompagnement complet pour développer leur marque. Et c’est tout naturellement que ces créateurs se sont tournés vers Maison & Objet pour présenter leurs nouvelles collections : Sophie Masson Porcelaine, Rien que des Bêtises et KNGB.



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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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New Maisons de Mode boutiques opening in Roubaix this 11 october

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Maisons de Mode is delighted to invite you to the opening of six new boutiques in Roubaix Thursday 11 October from 7 pm, which will coincide with the expo n°5 Hors les Murs : 30 ans de création aux 3 Suisses.

Opening on this day will be:

U-Exist at 81, 83 & 85 Avenue Jean Lebas
La Jeannette at 101 avenue Jean Lebas
Chlore at 103 avenue Jean Lebas
Daniel Essa at 105 & 107 avenue Jean Lebas

Aux corps anonymes at 27 rue de l’Espérance
KNGB au= 27 rue de l’Espérance

Cocktails will be served at Le Vestiaire and in the boutiques.

DJ set by Afrojaws


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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).