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Johan Creten – How to explain the Sculptures to an Influencer?

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Marine Serre FW24

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Lady de Weinsanto

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Classy yet sensual, imbued with cabaret codes, and utterly dramatic. The Weinsanto woman does not belong in one single box, as she embodies a blend as diverse and original as the different figures inspiring the young French designer. Entitled “Lady de Weinsanto”, this collection Autumn-Winter 24/25 stays true to its signature style – quintessentially theatrical – yet nuanced with sober undertones.

Interview with Louis Gabriel Nouchi during the Paris Fashion Week

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To launch his very first collection featuring feminine silhouettes, Louis Gabriel Nouchi has re-read Bel Ami. This novel by Maupassant explores the emotions and turmoils of the bourgeoisie through the eyes of an ambitious young man and his corrupt rise in society. The fashion designer has drawn inspiration from this narrative to create a chic and contemporary collection, masterfully executed with the finest materials in a dark colour palette. Given how money plays a central role in the novel, the silver and gold shades reveal themselves as a clear reference, casting a glowing light across the entire collection. On the front row of this eagerly awaited show we spotted La Grande Dame, Julien Sebbag, Piu Piu, Sofiane Pamart, Julien Granel, Aimé Simone, Yugnat, and Maeva Giani Marshall, to name but a few… See more here !

Zhang Jingyi for Lancôme x The Louvre

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The 21st Sidaction Dinner

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This year’s Sidaction annual dinner celebrates another successful campaign, raising over 750,000 euros. As Haute Couture Week drew to a close, the event was an excellent opportunity for the film and fashion industries to come together and support a cause that is unfortunately still a very real matter today. Although research and treatments have seen remarkable progress, there is still a considerable amount of work to be done before the complete defeat of this disease and the development of a vaccine. The evening’s guests included Mélanie Laurent, Isabelle Huppert, Nadia Tereszkiewicz, Alexandre Mattiussi, Lou Doillon, Eddy de Pretto, Jean-Paul Gaultier, Babeth Djian, Jean-Claude Jitrois, Jean-Michel Othoniel, Thomas Roussel and Sarah Andelman.

Daiyan Trisha for Lancôme x Louvre

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Lancôme and the Louvre Join Forces to Celebrate Beauty

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On the occasion of the Musée du Louvre’s Night of Grandeur, Lancôme co-hosted a gala dinner to celebrate their shared vision, Beauty Is A Living Art. This night at the museum was an invitation to engage in a dialogue between Art and Beauty, while also marking an unprecedented collaboration between the two French cultural powerhouses. By offering an exploration of the Louvre through its most emblematic works, Lancôme brings together different eras and cultures, inviting women to find their terrain of expression, thus showcasing the endless creative potential of Beauty. The Lancôme x Louvre collaboration carries a feminist statement at its core: each of the statues, standing as heroines alongside the muses inspiring the campaign, embodies Lancôme’s declaration of commitment, independence and self-confidence. We had the pleasure of meeting Amanda Seyfried, Isabella Rossellini, Penélope Cruz, Aya Nakamura, Emma Chamberlain, Chiara Ferragni, as well as Lancôme’s Creative Director of Make-up, and Sheika Daley, Lancôme’s Global Make-up Artist, among many other friends of the Maison. 

Billkin for Lancôme x The Louvre

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Thaï actor Billkin played as one Lancôme ‘s muses for this wonderful collaboration, taking place at the Louvre Museum, in Paris!

Cartier 100th Anniversary of Trinity

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For over 100 years, this innovative design has been able to endure the test of time. Three shades of gold – white, pink and yellow – linked in three concentric rings. As time passed, the size, number of rings and materials evolved. Like all great icons, its versatility has allowed this jewellery to seamlessly adapt to the spirit of our contemporary days. The latest proof of this is the square-shaped 2024 version, which has pushed the idea into a whole new dimension. During a spectacular evening at the Petit Palais, the Maison welcomed friends, ambassadors, journalists and internationally renowned influencers to celebrate the centenary of this iconic symbol of French elegance and talent. During the evening, we crossed paths with Virginie Elfira, Sofia Coppola, Jisoo, Rami Malek, Mélanie Laurent, Vincent Lacoste, Jackson Wang, Ana Girardot, Joséphine Japy, Isabelle Huppert, Paul Mescal, Aimé Simone, Emma Corin, and Deva Cassel…

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