Sep 25, 2013

Confection de Sully
Merging Industry and Craftsmanship

Pascal Gautrand
Confection de Sully Merging Industry and Craftsmanship

Confection de Sully's workshops. Photo credit: Fabien Doisne.

Confection de Sully is a French company based in the Loiret and specialized in the study, prototyping and production of high-end clothing, aligning industrial know-how and a mastery of traditional artisan techniques.

In 2013, Confection de Sully combined its know-how with those of Plissés de France in order to produce a limited edition of dresses designed by Anahide Saint-André and presented at Made in Town.

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Pascal Gautrand

Pascal Gautrand

Made in Mazamet. Made in Town founder, consultant and teacher, he is graduated from the Institut Français de la Mode and used to be a boarder in the fashion design division at the Villa Medici in Rome. He develops a reflexion, mainly in the fashion field, about the manufacturing culture. His approach, oriented towards the promotion of know-how, expresses through writing, video and fashion design. As a consultant, he especially collaborates with Première Vision for the organization of Maison d’Exceptions: a dedicated area about fabric know-how within the show and for the online magazine Maison d’Exceptions whose he is editor.

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