A staple in accessible fashion, La Redoute has gotten very popular for their collections in collaboration with young designers who define Parisian fashion and beyond. After Jacquemus, Wanda Nylon, or Aalto, Christelle Kocher, founder of her own label Koché, tried her hand the exercise. For autumn 2018, she presents clothing line directly inspired by her wardrobe: a clever mix between sportswear and haute couture. A graduate of Central Saint Martins, Christelle Koché worked with Martine Sitbon, Sonia Rykiel, Dries Van Noten and Bottega Veneta before being entrusted with Lemarié’s artistic direction. She founded her brand in 2015 and quickly gained recognition from the press as well as the public. Already accessible for the way it speaks to contemporary women (even organizing fashion shows at the Forum des Halles), Koché prepares to conquer a wider range of new followers with this collaboration. As a preamble to the collection launch, La Redoute presented its key pieces at Galerie Bugada & Cargnel. The presentation was accompanied by a series of photographs taken by Mehdi Meddaci in Marseille.

Photos: Pierre Mouton
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