Eymeric François or the art of the Corset

Pour clôturer la semaine de la Haute Couture nous nous sommes rendus à la présentation des collections de la maison Eymeric François en présence de l’ambassadrice de Quatre Couleurs Amandine Albisson et du compositeur Laurent Couson.

A ballet of 15 corseted models was presented to us!

The first model, a lacquered wool weave suit with a sculpted jacket over a split skirt, took us by surprise! Then it was a fade in on a brocade trouser suit and horsehair corset (a little gouaché) in a gradation of chiffon petals from pink to black that was really incredible! Then a hand-painted passementerie and silk velvet dress, embroidered with black crystals... A long silk velvet and black lurex sheath, on a matt black foliage corset.

Surprising ruffled dress of satin ribbons ( very, too pink) and calandered lace to dazzle us! A magnificent sheath of black murex weave and silver trimmings; right on the skin (with a Floraison on the shoulders by Lea Fiorotto- L'étoffe de Paris) worn by Emilie. To finish with a sculpture corseted with stones on claws from black, purple, fushia to pastel! Each model is a unique piece, a work of art in itself!

Eymeric François sait parfaitement détourner les codes de la couture sur le vêtement. Ancien danseur, il a d’abord été l’assistant du grand Thierry Mugler des l’âge de 15 ans! Une fois sa formation terminée il a créé sa propre maison de Couture! Un grand merci à Eymeric pour ses créations vertigineuses, son savoir-faire unique, son talent et sa passion pour notre plus grand plaisir ! La maison Eymeric Francois créé et fabrique l’ensemble de ses pièces dans son atelier parisien en utilisant des tissus, des dentelles, et des soieries françaises! Il nous ravit et nous conforte en mettant le corps des femmes en valeur et en respectant le taux de carbone puisque les tissus employés sont fabriqués en France. 

Eymeric François or the Art of Corset

To close the week of Haute Couture we went to the presentation of the collections of the maison Eymeric François in the presence of the ambassador of the association 4 colors Amandine Albisson and the composer Laurent Couson. A ballet of 15 corseted models was presented to us!

The first model, a lacquered wool weaving suit with a jacket sculpted on a split skirt surprised us a lot! It is then a fade chained on a jumpsuit of brocade and horsehair corset (a gouache nothing) in a gradient of muslin petals from pink to black which was really incredible! Then a dress in hand-painted trimmings, and velvet silk, embroidered with black crystals ...

A long sheath of velvet silk and black lurex, on corset of matte black foliage. Surprising dress ruffled with satin ribbons (very, too pink) and calais lace to dazzle us! A beautiful black weave sheath and silver trimmings on the skin (with a bloom on the shoulders by Lea Fiorotto- The fabric of Paris) worn by Emilie. To finish with a sculpture corseted with jewels on claws from black, purple, fuchsia to pastel! Each model is a unique piece, a piece of art on its own! Eymeric François knows perfectly how to divert the codes of the couture on the garment.

Former dancer, he was first assistant to the great Thierry Mugler at the age of 15! Once finished training he created his own couture house! A big thank you to Eymeric for his dizzying creations, his unique know-how, his talent and his passion for our greatest pleasure! The maison Eymeric Francois created and manufactures all of his pieces in his Parisian workshop using fabrics, lace, and French silk! It delights us and reinforces us by putting the body of the women in value and by respecting the rate of carbon since the fabrics employed are manufactured in France.