It’s Fashion Week in Paris, the last instalment in the marathon fashion week season which takes the fashion world from New York, to London and Milan.
Paris, the capital of haute couture, is busting with talented designers and creatives with amazing imaginations.
Anne Valérie Hash, a great Parisian fashion designer, invites us to the International Museum of Fashion and Lace in Calais.
So, for the first time, we’re leaving our studio to do a rather unusual interview. We have been invited to discover a retrospective exhibition on the work of Anne Valérie Hash entitled “Décrayonner”. We’re exploring and discovering this exhibition guided by the great haute couture fashion designer herself.
A play of light and colour, contrasting black and white, asymmetric forms and surprising silhouettes are waiting to be discovered.
This exhibition explores an astonishing body of work, a life filled with amazing encounters, shared moments, exchanges and journeys.
Anne Valérie tells us about her career path and her creations, outlining some of the important moments which are highlighted in the exhibition.
There’s also a beautiful book available that accompanies the exhibition. It’s illustrated with drawings and superb photographs by Fabrice Laroche, a collaborator and great friend of Anne Valérie’s. Their long-established working relationship allows us to witness some of the intimate moments of creation, within this retrospective.
A huge thank you to dear Anne Valérie for having invited us to the exhibition and having so kindly guided us around it, we’ve enjoyed a real journey of discovery through your amazing creations.