SIX London in one of our Fashion Week showrooms :
SIX London is a reference when it comes to shoes and accessories. Carrying the products of more than a dozen designer brands such as Lacoste, Phillip Lim or Comme des garçons, the brand had chosen the 7 Froissart space, offered for rent by Galerie Joseph, to introduce the new collections. Here are three of them.
Style without compromise : Nicole Saldaña at 7 Froissart
The new Nicole Saldaña shoe collection is at the 7 Froissart exhibition space for this Paris Fashion Week. Each shoe is handmade in a Portuguese workshop. The brand uses fine, noble material such as velvet, shearling, or suede. Quality shoes at a reasonable spice, made by women for women… Such is the goal of Nicole Saldaña. Style without compromise, with out of the ordinary shapes and materials.
To showcase the new collection, Nicole Saldaña is exhibiting at the 7 Froissart space, one of the Fashion Week showrooms that Galerie Joseph offers for rent in the popular Haut Marais district. The space is located a mere five minutes away from the two metro stops Filles du Calvaire and Saint-Sébastien Froissart. It is surrounded by art galleries, boutiques and showrooms. This former workshop dating back to the reign of Napoléon III, built upon 16th century foundations, was completely refurnished. Its decor is modern, elegant, and minimalist. Its great volumes (300sqm distributed across 3 floors) are highlighted with natural materials and shades of anthracite and white.
Danish Goldsmithery under the spotlight : Monies at 7 Froissart
Natural materials have the place of honor in Monies’ new collection, a true reference amongst Danish jewelry. Created in 1973 by goldsmith couple Gerda and Nikolai Monies, the brand is especially knwon for its elegant designs and their use of noble constituents. Raw materials such as amber or precious woods transform into incredibly refined jewels in their workshops.
For this Paris Fashion Week, innovation is pushed forward. In the Haut Marais district, the 7 Froissart exhibition space is showcasing their new collection among that of other talented creators. The space, which Galerie Joseph offers for rent, is surrounded by many art galeries, showrooms, and designer boutiques. Its location is ideal for exhibits and pop up stores. The building’s 3 floors and 300sqm of space have a modern, minimalistic decor, which allows each brand to append its own style, for every type of event.
Handmade frames in the heart of Austria : Andy Wolf at 7 Froissart
Each pair of Andy Wolf glasses is first built by hand in Hartberg, Austria. Thanks to its 58 employees’ hard work, the brand is understandably very well known across the world. As for the frames themselves, they are distributed in over 45 countries. Such a success isn’t due to mere luck : swinging between classic and nontradtional styles, Andy Wolf glasses not only look good, but they are also very durable. This is why, for the 2020 Paris Fashion Week, the brand is exhibiting its new handmade collection at 7 Froissart.
This space offered for rent by Galerie Joseph is ideally located in the heart of the Haut Marais. The district is an open door to innovation, especially in art and fashion, and is an ideal location to plan events of any kind : exhibits, showrooms, pop up stores… One of its assets is also its architecture. The 7 Froissart space is indeed located in a Napoleon III style building, completely refurnished in collaboration with a Japanese designer. The 300sqm of space (distributed across 3 floors) have a modern and minimalist decor. They are also very adaptable. The stripped down volumes allow for the reception of up to 300 guests.