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Published on July 15th, 2016 | by Daja Marie

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Franck Sorbier Fashion Week Paris Couture F/W16-17

 

Les Sorbier
Unique Haute Couture pieces
Fall Winter 2016-2017
and
Mini ceremony collection for little girls
Bouquet of Slav Folk Tales

The little story
Once upon a time, a couple of artisans, their friends were calling them The Sorbier. Isabelle was painting fabrics, taking care of the studio and so much more things. Franck, as for him, was sewing, drawing and dreaming still and always. They had many birds, lovebirds, and liked passionately the couture.
This season, they have decided to go for a new adventure: create a new colourful and joyful collection for little girls. With the best wish of a mini team of mouse and baby mouse, they have succeeded in building this story in a short period of time.
Rodrigo and Bruno, their former loyal colleagues have given them an outside helping hand.
After a perilous voyage in Saint Petersburg, they have decided to pay tribute to Slav folk tales. There would be colours, drawings, lightness and they hope retail. A new life.
There would be Lady in black, they would be magnificently Haute Culture (no there is no typing error). They would have a role to hold on to.
Just as every season, the fairy Christine looked after their happiness and success. Véronique Valcke, the season’s godmother, had invited them in her garden suspended in the Paris sky. On this occasion, a cake in the shape of a bulb of an Orthodox basilica was created with the collaboration of the pastry chef Sebastien Reul.
Andréa the passionaria have presented them Pascal Contet, a virtuoso accordion and also a crazy hatter for Panama hats designed after this little company colours. There were also generous lace sponsors, Mr Noyon and Mr Beauvillain.
The beauty magician Shiseido and their ambassador Pierre Rocca, the hairstyle magician Alexandre de Paris and his ambassadors Jean-Luc Minetti and Fréderic
Pavard offered their expertise to make the tale soft and sublime.
They have discovered their “mini models” in Jennifer Goubé dance class and also by word of mouth in the trust circle.
GIE AXA France and members of the endowment fund Sorbier carry on with their loyal and active support.
Stéphane Thouron for the Hotel Bavarez, Audrey Boucharlat and Anissa Tahidi for Wolford, Lanson Champagne have waved their magic wands that all is good and well.
The Cornillon knight, Frédéric and Stéphane, always coming to the rescue and with drums beating closed proudly the steps.

Franck Sorbier

The little pope of the Saint Serge Trinity, the ballerina assoluta and the accordionist on the roof:
Officer collar coat in velvet with rising fur fastened by frogs in black passementerie Tutu in velvet, black compressed lurex, doubled with matt organza Man coat winter 2010-2011 in thick wool cut with evident edge
The Barishnya from Novossibirsk:
High waist vest in flying flake of ribbons and passementerie on a lace tunic re-embroidered Noyon Orthodox toque and Ottoman thigh boots and lace
The Matriochka from Irkoutsk:
Poncho in mesh hose guipure by Mr Beauvillain woven with ribbons and re-embroidered with black boxwood pearls on dress with black matt spangle and a pair of trousers made with a patchwork of lace
The Gosudarinya from Briansk:
Coat made in a silk velvet black silk viscose re-embroidered with big flowers made with ribbons black silk satin, heart of fringes and black chenille Toque Orthodox and customized boots
Body and Wolford tights
Pouchkine’s Grafinya:
Tailor made with a lace mosaic by Mr Beauvillain and Mr Ledieu entirely inlaid by hand, mythic house drawing Toque Orthodox ornamented with velvet flowers and old-style silk mantilla
Alesya the Red Lace smock with red chenille by Mr Beauvillain re-embodied with ribbons, pompoms and raffias Body and red babies
Maïa the fanciful
Velvet coat silk velvet hand-painted and a corkscrew pair of trousers in fuchsia doupion Red toque wrapped with “voilette à mouches” Olga la talkative Short vest in red doubion re-embroidered with red chenille on a satin silk dress hand painted, fusing ikat and coordinate corkscrew pair of trousers Red toque wrapped with “voilette à mouches”
Daria the dreamer
Long vest in a silk faille hand painted on a dress and a corkscrew pair of trousers dyed and hand
painted Red toque wrapped with “voilette à mouches”
Anouchka the curmudgeon
Tailor in velvet viscose silk hand painted, coordinate corkscrew pair of trousers Burgundy toque wrapped with “voilette à mouches”
Katia the funniest
Double dress in silk organza hand painted, coordinate pair of trousers Burgundy toque wrapped with “voilette à mouches”
Macha the gourmand
Dress and a corkscrew pair of trousers with silk taffeta hand painted taschist style Burgundy toque wrapped with “voilette à mouches”
The Krestyanka from Nijni-Novgorod
Square shape vest with a back pinched in guipure by Mr Beauvillain, fringes and patterns applied on a lace tunic re-embroidered Noyon Customized Orthodox toque and Ottoman thigh boots and lace
The Dévitca from Ekaterinbourg
Dress made with compressed Noyon lace, décolleté and armhole with eyelet ruching, flying hem Orthodox toque and customized slippers boots The Volshebnitca from Smolensk Cape in Spanish mantilla by Mr Noyon on a body and tights Wolford Orthodox toque and customized boots
Gala the curious
Dress and a corkscrew pair of trousers in brocade taffetas hand painted Toque wrapped with “voilette à mouches”
Iélena the calm
High waist dress and a corkscrew pair of trousers in silk organza hand painted with “Pirate” patchwork Toque wrapped with ivory “voilette à mouches”
Nina the baroque
Coat and dress in a thin faille applied with ruching with serrated scissors recoloured and hand painted Toque wrapped with ivory “voilette à mouches”
Sonia the shy
Robe and a corkscrew pair of trousers in silk taffetas hand painted Toque wrapped with natural white “voilette à mouches” Vassilissa the beauty Cape in taffetas and braid and flying Noyon lace on a dress and a plain corkscrew pair of trousers Toque wrapped with white “voilette”

Written By: Franck Sorbier
Photo Credit: © Piero Biaison

 


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