Mélanie Huynh and Nicolas Ouchenir invest the new Moreau Paris boutique

49 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré


Take Mélanie Huynh, renowned designer and former collaborator of Carine Roitfeld at Vogue. Then take Nicolas Ouchenir, calligrapher star that all the houses tear themselves away. Finally, take Moreau Paris, historic trunk maker on rue Saint-Honoré. Mix it all and you will get the new collaboration of the house on the occasion of the opening of its new boutique at 49 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré. The 1882 institution, revived by its current artistic director Fedor Georges Savchenko, called on these two creative minds to collaborate in two dimensions. Known for his original calligraphies and his numerous interventions on fashion objects, Nicolas Ouchenir proposes personalization on leather (the opportunity for guests at the cocktail party to leave with their calligraphy pouch from the artist’s hand), while the house also revealed a series of removable handles made in concert with Mélanie Huynh. Both present at the event, they had not failed to invite all their friends, a Carine Roitfeld who came early in the evening to Alexis Mabille, in the presence also of the president of the brand Kazuyuki Yamagishi. Even filled by a compact crowd of Parisian insiders, it was an opportunity to discover this new boutique designed by interior designer Jeff Van Dyck, which pays tribute to the emblematic blue Moreau…

Photos: Valentin Le Cron
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