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Jennifer Cuvillier

– Fashion – Jennifer CuvillierFashion, fashion, fashion She has a job that all fashion lovers dream of doing. Jennifer Cuvillier is the Director of the style office of the famous Parisian store Le Bon Marché. For the past ten years, she has been scouring the world’s labels for gems to be offered in the aisles of […]

Imane Ayissi

– Fashion – Imane AyissiAn anthem to nature and african inspirations The first African designer on the official Haute Couture calendar, Imane Ayissi creates refined, eco-responsible fashion flying high the banner of the African continent’s artisanal expertise. How did you discover couture and fashion?I lived in Cameroon with a father who was a professional boxer and […]

Loïc Prigent

– Fashion – Loïc PrigentLarger than life    From Libération to Canal+, to social media, he (un)dresses fashion and tailors it to suit screens. Such is the credo of journalist, documentalist and fi lmmaker Loïc Prigent. Even as a child, he recounts that “the family patriarchs, farmers by trade, were stylish fi gures”. From the fi elds […]

The designer Rabih Kayrouz

He is inspired by women movements and invents clothes that give them freedom!

The fabulous destiny of Carine Roitfeld

Both fascinating and iconic, self-taught Carine Roitfeld is a source of inspiration in fashion.

Stéphane Rolland – Putting a sparkle

Stéphane Rolland entered the realm of Haute Couture at the age of 30, via the prestigious world of Jean-Louis Scherrer.

Atelier Renard – Premier leather artisan

Since the 1930s, the most beautiful leathers in the world have been crafted at the Atelier Renard.

Alexis Mabille Style

Mischievous, happy and deliciously frivolous, the Alexis Mabille approach to fashion twists codes, plays with styles and shines on the runways.

Christian Dior, Couture Colors

Throughout his life, Christian Dior would retain happy memories of the blush-pink shade of his childhood home in Granville, stating that it “was the gentlest of colors, that of happiness and femininity.” He also said that “every woman should have something pink in her wardrobe.”

The colors of luxury

Burberry beige, Chanel black, Dior gray, Fendi yellow, Tiffany blue, Cartier red, Hermès orange… The world’s greatest luxury brands have an iconic color code recurrently expressed through their products but above all through their communication.

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