The experimental space “sounf box” reverberates the vibrations emitted by the trends of the moment.
For its second edition, Sound Box will be producing new vibrations at the heart of Première Vision Leather echoing the concept of this season’s Trends Gallery “Beauty, my beautiful concern”. Artists and designers will take turn to reveal their vision of the “instability of beauty”, their universe anf their perspective through words, images and sounds. The creator Maroussia Rebecq tells us how to approach fashion in a completely new way. In her workshop, “the VW Factory,” the designer Victoria Wilmotte explains the importance of making her own prototypes. Surrounded by his works in his studio, the painter Errò talks about his vision of beauty. The dancer-choreographer Mié Coquempot wonders out loud while dancing to the silent score of the Art of Fugue by Bach. The make-up and mixed media artist Annabelle Petit demonstrates and comments her vision of make-up and the beauty of imperfection.
FOCUS ON THE 5 ARTISTS AND GUESTS DESIGNERS OF PREMIÈRE VISION LEATHER
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Maroussia Rebecq, founder and stylist of Andrea Crews, transforms discarded old clothes into unique, chic and trendy items. Andrea Crews works with people from the contemporary cultural scene: Artists, stylists, video makers and DJs, from a variety of backgrounds.
Victoria Wilmotte is an architect, scenographer and designer of space. This multi-talented individual has created a veritable signature style that underpins her many creations. She recently inaugurated the VW Factory, Quai des Célestins in Paris, which is simultaneously a workshop, studio and showroom. A place for discussion and creation.
Errò is an Icelandic painter fascinated by the world of images from the most diverse cultures. He collects everything he can find, wherever it may be, from comic books, cartoons, alternative press, advertising and illustrations.
His work is famous around the world.
Mié Coquempot, a dancer and choreographer, studied music and dance.
She has performed with the troupes of Odile Duboc, Peter Goss, Daniel Larrieu, Serge Ricci and William Forsythe, among others. Her choreographic expression is both poetic and plastic, physical and sensorial.
Annabelle Petit, a make-up and mixed media artist has a degree in Applied Arts and has worked for many magazine shoots and advertisements. Since 2010, she has also performed as a solo Artist during regular exhibitions where she expresses herself as much in volume as in painting.