A fantasized loophole, journey through the great myths of Glamour and the codes of eternal elegance.
Goddess drapery, jewel accessories, warm vibrations... Somewhere in-between Hollywood bling, opulent east and retro-futuristic seduction, claiming the appetite for pomp, the desire to savour moments of luxurious hedonism.
From left to right, and bottom to top : 1. Mythical star Katherine Hepburn, in sequin and gold thread shirt 2. Rachel, retro-futuristic femme fatale in Ridley Scott's Blade Runner 3. Christophe Lemaire's shop in Paris. Persian carpets, pasha poufs and gold ceiling : warm, sophisticated pomp.Goddesses and divas
From left to right and bottom to top : 1. Hieratic grace signed by Saint Laurent, AW 11 2. Metal-like eye shadow, seen in "Vogue Germany" 3. Vestal headdress, seen in "the Gentlewoman" 4. Sparkling lurex drape, as if sculpted in gold, Sonia Rykiel 1986, seen in "Les archives de l'officiel mode".
The feminine deified, on a pedestal, sublimed by draped wraps of fluid grace and the iridescent sparkle of gem stones.Retro-future elegance
From left to right : 1. Fur reinforcement on sack-dress, MiuMiu AW 11 2. Fluid and stylized '40s lines, Albert Elbaz for Lanvin, pre-fall 11 3. Vuitton's futuristic classic AW 11 4. Streamline glamour, Véronique Leroy AW 11 5. Austere and sexy, the Row, AW 11
In between '40s retro elegance and '80s futurism, shoulders get marked and lines elongated, for powerful glamourAmber and turtle-shell
From bottom to top and from left to right : 1. Luxury eyewear, genuine turtle-shell, maison Bonnet, Paris 2. Caramelized resin, Minaudière ASOS 3. Classical sandals with incandescent heels, Michel Vivien 4. Corset belt in printed leather, Maison Martin Margiela
A palette of unique, rich and warm shimmering materials to dress accessories up. Sweet, syrupy and mildly spiced, caramel, amber or turtle-shell get revealed under the light in iridescent delicacies.Gold design
From left to right : 1. Tecu (r) Gold façade, Luckenwalde public library 2. 18-carat gold telephone, collaboration between Danish brand Aesir and designer Yves Béhar 3-4. Gold-bob, Stella Mc Cartney & Comme es Garçons AW 11 5. Faceted luminaire, "one light only" by Lee Broon
Massive, designed, polished, sculpted and faceted, gold penetrates dressing rooms, architecture and furniture, turning them into contemporary jewellery sets.Treasure decor
From left to right and top to bottom : 1. Precious arabesques, Pucci AW 11 2. Sumptuous fit, seen in Another fashion book 3. Twisted gold-wire Jacquard 4. Gold in trompe-l'oeil style, PeclersParis creation
Between plant arabesque, luxurious tracery and mythological bestiary : rich, baroque, sophisticated and highly precious design, from ready-to-wear to upholstery