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Maison de Mode and The Ethical Fashion Initiative
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Amanda Hearst & Hassan Pierre’s luxury concept boutique and e-tailer MAISON-DE-MODE.COM, opened a two-week long pop-up in San Francisco.

The luxury concept boutique carried a finely curated selection of unique and innovative ready-to-wear, fine jewelry, home goods and accessories from the world’s leading ethical brands: “We wanted to curate an interesting selection of brands that had sustainability infused in their DNA” Pierre says.

Past MAISON DE MODE pop-ups have opened in Miami Beach, New York, Los Angeles, Washington D.C & Las Vegas. “Opening in cities across the country has allowed us to learn what our customer is looking for in the various locations she resides in” Hearst adds. Designed by Sloan Interiors, Sloan contrasts natural forms with hand-dyed cloth and industrial design, creating a show of nature, craft and light for a refined and calming shopping experience. MAISON DE MODE included exclusive ready-to-wear pieces by: Maiyet, Osklen, Edun, Shipper, Organic by John Patrick, M. Patmos, Tempest + Bentley, Kaelen, Industry Standard Denim, Studio189, Wool & the Gang, Cienne & Amour Vert x MAISON DE MODE’s limited edition capsule collection.

In addition the shop carried fine jewelry by: Andrea Fohrman, Anita Ko, Spinelli-Kilcollin, Fiya Bijoux & Azlee; as well as fashion jewelry by: Atelier Swarovski, Anndra Neen, Lulu Frost & By Natalie Frigo. Other accessories include handbags by: Okapi, Mola Sasa, Sarah’s Bag, Bottletop & Prim by Michelle Elie; sunglasses by Westward\\Leaning & scarves Nigerian-bornPhiladelphia-based designer Ikiré Jones.

For the first time Maison de Mode is partner with the Ethical Fashion Initiative.

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La lussuosa concept-boutique e e-tailer di Amanda Hearst & Hassan Pierre ha aperto un pop-up a San Francisco. La concept-boutique ha presentato un’accurata selezione di gioielleria ready-to- wear unica e innovativa così come beni e accessori per la casa dei più noti marchi internazionali.

“Volevamo proporre un’interessante selezione di brand che avessero la sostenibilità intrinseca nel loro DNA” afferma Pierre.

In passato altri pop-up store MAISON-DE- MODE sono stati aperti a Miami Beach, New York, Los Angeles, Washington D.C. e Las Vegas. “Lanciare il nostro progetto in diverse città ci ha permesso di capire cosa cerca il nostro consumatore nei luoghi in cui risiede” aggiunge Hearst. Gli store sono stati progettati da Sloan Interiors, ponendo al centro il contrasto di forme naturali con vestiti tinti a mano e design industriale, creando un vero e proprio spettacolo della natura.

MAISON DE MODE ha presentato pezzi esclusivi ready-to-wear di: Maiyet, Osklen, Edun, Shipper, Organic by John Patrick, M. Patmos, Tempest+Bentley, kaelen, Industry Standard Denim, Studio189, Wool & the Gang, Cienne & Amour Vert per la capsule collection in edizione limitata realizzata per MAISON DE MODE.

Oltre a questo il negozio ha ospitato i raffinati gioielli di Andrea Fohman, Anita Ko, Spinelli-Kilcollin, Fiya Bijoux & Azlee, così come quelli di Atelier Swarovski, Anndra Neen e Lulu.

Non sono mancate le borse di Okapi, Mola Sasa, Sarah’s Bag, Bottletop & Prim by Michelle Elie; occhiali di Westward//Leaning e sciarpe realizzate in Nigeria, con sede a Philadelphia di Ikiré Jones.

Per la prima volta MAISON DE MODE è stata partner di Ethical Fashion Initiative.

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