Sep 25, 2013

Unfolded Gestures
Anahide Saint André

Pascal Gautrand
Unfolded Gestures<br/>Anahide Saint André

PRESENTATION

UNFOLDED GESTURES
ANAHIDE SAINT ANDRÉ

September 26 - October 19, 2013
Tuesday - Saturday
02:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Launching party
Thursday, September 26, 2013
06:00 pm - 09:00 pm

Made in Town

On the occasion of Paris Fashion Week, Made in Town welcomes Anahide Saint André for the presentation of a limited edition of dresses showcasing the combination of gestures and know-how of Confection de Sully and Plissés de France.

The dialogue between the designer and these studios gave birth to Comète, a modular dress available in multiple pleated designs and three colors – sand, orange and azure.

Photo credit: Igor Meijer

Thanks to the partnership of Art Challenge, the installation includes a series of photographs taken in the studios of Confection de Sully by photographer Igor Meijer.

Photo credit: Igor Meijer
Sun pleats. Photo credit: Igor Meijer.
Sun pleats. Photo credit: Igor Meijer.
Flat pleats. Photo credit: Igor Meijer.
Contrarié pleats. Photo credit: Igor Meijer.
Small chevron pleats. Photo credit: Igor Meijer.
Big chevron pleats. Photo credit: Igor Meijer.

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