Tonsure is a menswear brand that provides a contemporary look on the masculine wardrobe’s greatest classics. The brand takes on a playful approach to fashion. It does still however maintain a timelessness in its designs. Those same designs are all implemented with the same sophisticated, modern, Nordic touch.
For the 2020 Paris Fashion Week, Tonsure has set up its showroom in the 37 Chapon space, which is offered for rent by Galerie Joseph. Located to the Northwestern border of the Marais district, this 75sqm venue benfits from excellent visibility. This allows the building to experience the cultural and artistic animation of the Marais. Additionally, its stripped down volumes and its modern layout allow for great personalisation. It therefore is adaptable to any type of event. The rentable space is perfectly fitting for exhibits, cocktail parties, and product launches all year round.
Knight Collective is a boutique fashion brand and retail consultancy working that works alongside emerging brands of clothing and accessories. Their goal : to be at the side of brands and help them carry their projects home. Focused on the support of creative minds and the respect of creators, Knight Collective has chosen the 123 Turenne venue. The 2020 Paris Fashion Week is the occasion for them to present the new collections of the brands they carry. Here are two of them.
With an unsatiable appetite for novelty and artisanal quality, the brand of leather goods DLYP stands out. Their designs are joyful, colorful, but also very functional, thanks to their use of modern bold materials. Their leathers (be they patented or not, calfskin, python or croc) are of exceptional quality and manufactured in their atelier.
For the 2020 Paris Fashion Week, DLYP is exhibiting its new collection in one of the rentable Galerie Joseph venues, 123 Turenne. This atypical, 170sqm space is in a Haussmannian building. It benefits from an ideal location : it is indeed located right on the corner of the Saintonge and Turenne streets, in the heart of the Marais. This historical district is always bustling with activities, with its many showrooms, art galeries, and fashion/design hotspots. The 123 Turenne venue offers great visibility thanks to its 5m long front window overlooking the steet. Its antique panelings and wooden floors add to this atypical location’s charm, fitting for any type of exhibit or event.
Manu Atelier was born from the collaboration of two sisters, Beste and Merve Manastır. They were inspired by the work of their father, one of the oldest leather craftsmen of Istanbul. Manu Atelier favors the use of calfskin, vegetable-tanned leather, which allows for greater durability. The brand also focuses greatly on their environmental impact. This will for responsible, natural beauty is at the center of their new collection. It is exhibited for the 2020 Paris Fashion Week at the 123 Turenne venue.
This venue, one of the 20 offered for rent by Galerie Joseph in the Marais, firstly benefits from exceptional architecture. This showroom space is full of history, yet remains modern. With its layout and sophisticated decor, this gallery truly stands out. Finally, its location at the heart of the Marais, meeting place for many art galleries, allows for great visibility. Said visibility is even more emphasized by the venue’s 5 meters long front window overlooking the street.
Spazio38 is a Milan-based agency. It offers integrated solutions in sales, communication and brand consultancy. Its service includes fashion houses, but also creators of accessories for men and women. With their locations in both Paris and Milan, the brand has gathered over thirty different brands. When it comes to menswear, we can see brands such as Bad Habits, Raeburn, Sneakssniper, Band of Outsiders... For womenswear, Allessandro Enriquez, Laura Aparicio, Gentile Catone or Nehera… And for accessories, Lidfort, Havva, Gogo Philip Studio, Merah Vodianova…
The 2020 Paris Fashion Week gathers those brands at te 16 Minimes venue, an exhibition space offered for rent by Galerie Joseph. This venue, located a mere few steps away from Place des Vosges, is surrounded by the art galleries, restaurants and shops of Turennes Street. Calm but still benefitting from the Marais’ great activity, its 10 meters long front window overlooking the street offer great visibility. Its great, minimalistic volumes allow for great personalisation. Popular for its location and service, the 16 Minimes venue can welcome exhibits, cocktail parties, product launches and pop up stores.