The best of the young creation to be seen for the first time
at Who’s Next, Hall 4, from September 7 to 10, 2018!
Le Cartel is an artistic collective based in Montreal, with a mission to promote the work and style of the textile work of their members and artists. All of Le Cartel’s visuals and clothing are screen printed in Montreal, and their pieces are all original and tell a story about their creation, offering its owner the opportunity to carry a part of the creator’s story.
Les Petits Saints is a new brand dedicated to bandeau tops for smaller chests, 100% Made in France! Deceptively sensible, this multifunctional accessory is a must-have in every woman’s wardrobe. Do you not want to reveal it (or just about…), to wear it as a top, or to layer it? This piece adapts to all your shapes and desires. Made with quality fabrics such as organic cotton, Les Petits Saints bandeaus will no doubt become a comfortable and attractive second skin.
A sportswear line for women, and for everyone who thinks that ‘Abs’ sounds like ‘Appetisers’. Les Poulettes Fitness want to surprise their customers, and make them laugh by using codes that they recognise: style whilst participating in sports, without forgetting the pleasures of life. Conceived by Roxanne Sutet, the brand offers leggings, sports bras, vest tops, T-shirts and tote bags with colourful, graphic patterns. 100% Made in France between Isère and Maine-et-Loire.
Lester Larson / Winner of Talents de Mode 2017 contest
Lester Larson is a No Gender clothing brand. The label was created by reflecting on new concepts of one-size patterns. Oversized clothing, declined in length, adjustable, to create new aesthetic and functional combinations. Express a way of being, an attitude.
Founded in 2015 by the couple André Boffano and Sam Santos, the brand MODEM came from a desire to dress women from different places of different ages with a shared taste for details and simplicity, who love art and design. Their creative development brings together shapes and details inspired by architecture and art, represented in bulk, raw materials and patterns created using manual and/or digital techniques.
NKH Painting is the brand of a French artist who wants to bring a new and cool element to fashion. Passionate about the world of fashion and contemporary art, NKH has ready-to-wear items with a strong visual identity, using splatters of paint to give a particular dynamic to clothing. According to NKH, art must be worn to be admired by all. He creates items which allow unlimited expression of emotions, inspired by movements of abstract expressionism. He wants to explore painting through the use of clothing. All of his hand-painted pieces are unique, signed and numbered.
Surprise creates extraordinary accessories for men and women. Launched in January 2018, they wanted to achieve outstanding quality while knocking you out with delightful details, energy and colors. Designed in France and carefully produced in Western Europe.
Tanya Tur – winner of the Fil Rouge Festival
Tanya Tur is a young entrepreneur and designer, specialising in artisanal textiles and high quality knitwear designs. Graduating from Vitebsk Technological Institute in 2009, she was selected as a finalist in multiple fashion festivals hosted in Belarus, Russia, as well as Europe. She interned at a prestigious fashion school, Lette Verein, Berlin and now has her own store and workshop based in Belarus.
With a focus on craftsmanship and fabrication, the result is effortless basics with a hand-spun twist. Floral ornaments and unique embroideries, which have a fairytale-like feel, are often her trademark. Be it a knitted sweater or a wool coat, she combines folkloric features and her own heritage and knowledge of the Eastern European culture into her designs.
It all began with the idea to put two patches on the breast of a T-shirt to be able to wear it without a bra. Alicia and Marco found the idea very funny, but never thought they’d go as far as opening a shop and creating their own brand!
Their engagement in the fight against breast cancer is the logical follow on from this story: to love your breasts is to care for yourself.