| LES ARTS DECORATIFS - PARIS | JULY 5
-30 | Tie
me + Made in clothes |
OF FASHION SUMMER @ LES ARTS DECORATIFS - FASHION & SURFACE - PARIS
The Arts of Fashion
Foundation - Paris innovative four-week intensive summer fashion program
in English - FASHION & SURFACE. It will take place at the Paris
Decorative Arts Museum in the famous Le Louvre Palais - 107 rue de Rivoli
Paris 75001 - www.lesartsdecoratifs.fr
- Metro Palais Royal / Musee du Louvre.
Arts of Fashion Summer 2010 @ Les Arts Decoratifs - Mode & Textile
- Paris is open to Fashion & Design students as well as young Fashion
professionals (on review of their application).
This is an excellent opportunity to develop students creativity in fashion
design and gain a deeper understanding of contemporary fashion draping
and craft techniques of embellishment. Moreover, students will be able
to sharpen their skills in embroidery, illustration, applied patterns,
inserts, and incorporate them into cutting-edge styles.
From the Paris Decorative Arts Museums lectures and visits of exhibitions
students will draw their inspiration and incorporate innovative techniques
in their project. In addition, students can choose to participate in
the cultural program offered during the weekends and July 14th to visit
spots in Paris, Chantilly and Antwerp. Students will have the opportunity
to do sketching with the fashion illustrator Aurore de La Morinerie
- during these visits.
MASTERCLASS FASHION DESIGNERS
Aurore Thibout www.aurorethibout.com
Paris based Fashion Designer presenting her collection at Paris Fashion
week | Former Martin Margiela Designer | 2006 Hyeres Winner - Public
Laurence Teillet London based Fashion Designer | Former
Martin Margiela Designer | cofounder and artistic director for Elemental
Anthony Vaccarello anthonyvaccarello.blogspot.com
Paris based Fashion Designer, born in Belgium, presenting at Paris Fashion
week | Former Fendi fur fashion designer | Hyeres Winner 06 Grand Prix
Sasiwimol Sreevitoon Paris based free lance Fashion
Designer, born in Thailand | Former Lanvin embroidery fashion designer
Natallia Pilipenka www.npilipenka.com
New York based Fashion Designer, born in Ukraine | Anne Valerie Hash
Award 07 | Debut Series Winner 08 | Fashion design Lecturer at Parsons
the New School for Design Fall 10
Aurore de La Morinerie www.auroredelamorinerie.com
Paris based Fashion Illustrator has worked for many years for major
Parisian Department stores such as Le Printemps, fashion houses including
Hermès and Agnès B., producing drawings for the launch
of new perfumes, catalogs and invitations and press |
in clothes' This part of the program is based on designing
with a conscience: Being aware of our impact as consumers in our today
s society by re-using waste materials to experiment, refine and develop
new types of materials, fabrics and possibilities for clothing. Combining
a responsible philosophy of contemporary design with an artistic approach,
the project will emphasize the link between Art and Fashion. Rethinking
the process of making clothes. Up-cycling - Experimentation - Handmade
- Work in progress.
me' The goal of this part of the program is to create an embroidered
harness dress. Harness will serve as a key construction element to assist
in the draping of unusual volume and line dress.
[Observation & Research & Analysis & Creation of structural
lines - Working on the harness by combining materials and embroidery
ARTS OF FASHION SUMMER PROGRAM IS MEANT TO:
- Increase and develop creativity
by exposing students to new techniques and different design approaches.
- Learn and experience first hand from first class renowned designers.
- Give students feedback on their portfolios and professional projects.
- Initiate and encourage collaboration between professional designers
- Allow students to mingle and network with other fashion driven students
from all over the world.
- Each Summer program is taught in English with the fashion & textile
faculty / designers for 20 students.
UNIVERSITIES & SCHOOLS
REPRESENTED BY REGISTERED STUDENTS --- updated June 26, 2010
- Sao Paulo/ Faculdade Santa Marcelina
- Medellin / Institucion Universitaria Colegiatura Colombiana
Republic - Pilsen / University of West Bohemia
- Paris / Ecoles de la Chambre Syndicale
- Castelo Branco / Escola Superior de Artes Aplicadas
States/CA - Pasadena / Arts Center College
States/CA - San Francisco / Academy of Art University
States/CA - Oakland / College of Alameda
States/NY - New York / Parsons The New School for
States/NY - New York / Fashion Institute of Technology
States/PA - Philadelphia / Drexel University
States/RI - Providence / Rhode Island School of Design
States/TX - Denton / University of North Texas
OF THE ARTS DECORATIFS -
Les Arts Décoratifs
manage four national museums : the Musée des Arts Décoratifs,
the Musée de la Mode et du Textile, the Musée de la Publicité
(at 107 rue de Rivoli, the Rohan and Marsan wings of the Louvre) and
the Musée Nissim de Camondo (at 63 rue de Monceau, the Hôtel
des Arts Décoratifs : 150,000 works in departments
organized by period or specialty: from medieval furniture to contemporary
design via the 18th-century in France, the Empire, Art Nouveau and Art
Deco; as well as large collections of jewelry, toys, wallpaper, gold
work, ceramics, glass, drawings and an Islamic and Oriental collection.
de la Publicité : some 100,000 historical and contemporary
posters as well as over 20,000 French and foreign advertising films
from the 1930s to the present day, radio commercials, promotional objects,
de la Mode et Textile : 86,000 items of costume, accessories
and textiles which trace the development of costume from the Copts to
the present day and the development of new textiles since the 14th century.
Complemented by a permanent loan from UFAC (Union Française des
Arts du Costume), numbering over 45,000 costumes and accessories.
Nissim de Camondo : 1,100 works making up one of the finest
sets of furniture and objets d¹art from the second half of the
18th century in France.
Arts Décoratifs is a private organization governed by the law
of 1901 on not-for-profit associations and recognized as being in the
public interest. It originated in 1882, in the wake of the Universal
Exhibitions, when a group of collectors banded together with the idea
of promoting the applied arts and developing links between industry
and culture, design and production.
For many years it was known as the Union Centrale des Arts Décoratifs
(UCAD), but in December 2004 it changed its name to Les Arts Decoratifs
while staying true to its original aims of safeguarding the collections,
promoting culture, providing art educationand professional training,
and supporting design.