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Audrey Kabla, fondatrice de l’agence Epykomène et auteure du livre “Marque & Luxe” expliqué à mon boss est citée aux cotés de Catherine Michaud, Niva Sintès, Elodie de Boissieu, Jean-Bernard Piron dans le magazine Relation Client.
“”Les maisons doivent envisager un marketing digital plus fin et travailler à une plus petite échelle, avec des micro-influenceurs qui vont endosser leurs valeurs de marque», fait valoir Audrey Kabla, fondatrice de l’agence Epykomène et codirectrice du club Luxe de l’Adetem.“
– Extrait de l’article “Entre tech et tradition, le Luxe réinvente les codes de sa relation client” écrit par Christine Monfort
After delivering all-Paris with veggie products and healthy juices, Maisie Café opened its coffeeshop at 32 rue du Mont Thabor.
Thanks to its success, Maisie café’s website is transformed into a concrete tasting place in the 1st arrondissement, close to Place Vendôme. Pastel colors and flowery walls, the first coffee of this vegetarian house offers a soft decor.
The menu stays true to the house: balanced meals for breakfast or lunch, fresh and crisp salads, seasonal soups, gluten free focaccias from Chambelland. Of course, the famous granola, which Isabella, the owner, once prepared in her kitchen, is also in the game, accompanied by shake milks with nuts and energy balls for the pump. The famous MAISIE juices, also distributed at the Great Bon Marché grocery store are available. With its vintage-inspired design inspired by Californian designer Mallery Roberts Morgan, the Maisie Café invites you to take a healthy and gourmet break to fill up on (good) energy. From breakfast to afternoon tea, the Maisie Café welcomes its guests throughout the day. Possibility also to enjoy a homemade brunch on Saturday morning.
Australian designer based in Paris, Kym Ellery combines avant-garde and inspiring volumes.
Originally from Karratha, in Western Australia, trained in fashion design in Perth and then at Central Saint Martins School in London, Kim Ellery launched her brand in 2007. A ready-to-wear women’s label combining comfort and avant-gardism. From flying dresses to sculptural trousers or coats, the inspired designer has been practicing a science of chopped scalpel volumes since its beginnings. She diverts the classics and plays volumes mixing the masculine and the feminine. Increasingly noticed in the Paris fashion week, Ellery is certainly part of the labels to follow carefully.
After several seasons spent on the Paris Fashion Week ready-to-wear calendar, and becoming an official member of the Haute Couture and Fashion Federation, Ellery is growing exponentially.
Since January 2018, Ellery has been designing two main collections each year, instead of four. These two collections are sold to their wholesaler partners during the Haute Couture fashion week in Paris. However, these collections are gradually released to the press and the public in two chapters. The first chapter is published in January at Haute Couture, and the second chapter is published in March at the Women’s Ready-to-Wear Fashion Week.
In September 2017, the designer chose to break with the historical format of the fashion show and show off her silhouettes through a two-day film in a secret studio. The experience is digital is total. While presenting her film and her creations at a cocktail party in the 7th district of Paris, Kym Ellery goes further with the launch of a micro-site (www.elleryfuture.com) entirely dedicated to her spring-time collection summer 2018, kind of manifest for a multi-sensory experience of his fashion.
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