Talk about reaching fashion. Couturier Stéphane Rolland will open his next haute couture show in Paris with designs by ESMOD and IFM students.
Its premiere is scheduled for Tuesday, January 23, the second day of the four-day haute couture season, which will present the Spring-Summer 2024 collections. The show will take place at the Salle Pleyel, one of the most prestigious concert halls in the city.
“This show will be the occasion of a partnership (born from Stéphane Rolland’s desire to perpetuate know-how and transmit it to new generations) between the House of Haute Couture and the Parisian fashion schools ESMOD and IFM,” the house stated in a release.
Both based in Paris, ESMOD and IFM are two well-known third level fashion schools.
Rolland has earned a good reputation for his unexpected show formats. He held a couture show on the stage of the Théâtre du Châtelet, while his most recent show was an epic event inside the Palais Garnier, during which veteran filmmaker Claude Lelouch filmed scenes for his upcoming film.
“About twenty students, guided by Stéphane Rolland during the first term in the form of master classes, will have the opportunity to present their work in the first part of the parade, giving them first contact with professionals and the public,” stressed the Rolland house. in his statement.
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