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Alexis Mabille

by loveforundies   ·  4 years ago  

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Alexis Mabille got interested in designing when he was young and was staying in the French city of Lyon. Alexis Mabille was inspired Motivated by meandering around historical centers. His family’s extra spaces, he got excited about cutting up neglected slips, pieces of lace, and different knickknacks and sewing them back together and later, he made his first strides towards turning into an architect, when as a youngster he made theater and gathering ensembles, just as outfits for his loved ones.

In the wake of getting his certificate from Paris’ Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture in 1997, he embraced apprenticeships at popular design houses Ungaro and Nina Ricci, before joining the group at Christian Dior with whom he remained for a very long time. During his time at Dior, he made choice fine adornments for John Galliano, just as the Dior Homme line regulated by Hedi Slimane. 2005 denoted the dispatch of Alexis Mabille, an assortment of unisex prepared to-wear garments.

For S/S12 showcasing, that was noteworthy for an unforced quality of erotic nature that left some in the first line becoming flushed – the models wearing vests with the legend “ALEXIS ME DESHABILLE” (“Alexis strips me”) whipped off their tops and pants to disclose his new clothing assortment, done as a team with French clothing brand, HOM.

HOM by Alexis Mabille is pleasingly provocative and clear, yet with Mabille’s particular funny bone and appeal. Highlighting very much cut Men’s boxers, Men’s briefs underwear, vests, and robes, the reach is emphatically reminiscent of a late spring spent by the coastline. Stunned met with Mabille and Regine Weimar, CEO of HOM in Paris only days after the appearance of his AW12 couture assortment.

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