As always, Simon-Porte-Jacquemus never ceases to impress us.
It was through a very minimalist Instagram post that the designer announced the opening of an ephemeral store, JACQUEMUS, on the very famous Avenue Montaigne.
“Hello! I’m opening a store, avenue Montaigne in Paris, on September 27th! :)”, dear fashionistas, you have an appointment!”
It is during the Paris Fashion Week that the House Jacquemus decides to unveil to lay its bags to present us with new pieces, and even more. You all know, we can only dream at Jacquemus.
The curious will be able to stroll through a 300m2 boutique, perfectly imagined and fitted out by the stylist, who recently said yes to his longtime love, Marco Maestri, on …. 27 August. And yes! The number 27 has a special resonance for Simon Jacquemus, since it is also on June 27, 2022 that he unveils the collection “Le Papier” in Arles and on September 27 that the doors of the department store will open in Paris.
The Avenue Montaigne, it was not chosen at random. It was in 2011 that the designer became known during the Paris Fashion Week with his collection “Ouvrière” and his slogan became mythical “Jacquemus on strike”. A significant place and date for the darling of the stars!
After unveiling their very first collaboration last June, Jacquemus and Nike are back with an entirely pink sneaker. A model similar to the first sneaker of their union, already presented in beige and brown this summer. The Nike Air Humara offers this time an entirely flashy pink cover, one of the favorite colors of the designer.
Simon Porte Jacquemus is a French fashion designer born in Salon-de-Provence on January 16, 1990. Founder of the brand Jacquemus, the young man grew up in a family of farmers. It is only once major that he leaves in direction of the capital to begin a career in the fashion. He first studied fashion at ESMOD but after a few months, he left the school to become artistic director of Citizen K.
In 2014, he collaborated with La Redoute and was awarded the Special Jury Prize at the LVMH Prize a year later. Inspired by Jacques Tati, Simon Porte Jacquemus particularly likes to work by taking up the models of workers’ clothes. Today, he sells his creations in various stores in Paris, London and New York.
On the next store in question, very little information is circulating for the moment, but one thing is sure, the House Jacquemus will flow a lot of ink …
What about you? Are you a fan of the artist ?