Tuesday, March 29, 2011

The adventure continue

Here is a few more pictures of the work for Les Triplettes de Bastille.

Myself, with a cute Kimono (I have to admit it, that is just gorgeous!)

And then, the mini jacket, by Julie :

Here is the link for those who didn't see the FB page yet :


So, as you can see, the collective is almost ready for the next level! I was looking for a place to shoot the first pics, and I found a few "passages", pretty interresting.
Paris only has the secret of these charming old spots, french touch!

Not bad, right? So stay tuned to see if we gonna make it!

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

First pics of the collection Les Triplettes de Bastille

Today, I was working on a new design for Les Triplettes de Bastille, a Kimono! So that is just the prototype for now, but you will be surprise of the result... next post!

Below you can see the pictures of Fanny's Jewelry for Les Triplettes de Bastille.

Friday, March 18, 2011

You are so lucky

I am sure ou are dying to see samples of the collection with Les Triplettes de Bastille!
Fore those who didn't follow the whole thing, Les Triplettes de Bastille is a collective of designers, which I am part of.
Julie is designing the Ready-to-wear, Fanny is our Jewellry maker and Mademoiselle A (myself) is into Lingerie.
So we are working on it to be ready in a few weeks for a private sale in Bastille. And, just for you, because I love you, here is some pictures of samples and prototypes.

Please go visit the Facebook page, and spread the world guys!

PS : I am working hard on my project in NY, will update you soon!

Tuesday, March 8, 2011


Hey guys,
Sorry for the lack of posts these past days... I have a really f***ing bad web connection ( yes... it can happen, even in this century).
But I am still alive!
Well, that is the fashion week in Paris so I was hopping to make some money as a dresser ( my banker is so worried about my lifestyle that he made me sign a death "just in case" paper... whatever).
But I was kinda late, so I got 2 of them, but good ones though!
I was on the Leonard show, which was way better than what I was expecting, and I did Chanel! Ouh yeah!
First, we had to be there for the runway practicing, because I think that we were less expensive than the models (of course). And everything was taped for Karl to decide what he wanted for the next day. So basically, 60 dressers were parading in the middle of the Grand Palais, with music, lights and effects... pretty funny!
Up and in the cold at 7 am today, we were ready for the show! We saw King Karl... but his vision was excluding the dressers type of people, so I didn't get any answer to my "good morning"... which is something in commun with M. Leonard by the way!
Anyway, I am totally dead and will post pictures of my work later, because I am lazy!