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    Sonia wearing the unisex cotton ventile trench and military shirt from the Fall-Winter 2020 Collection. #lemaire 

Photo by @osmaharvilahti
    Sonia wearing the unisex cotton ventile trench and military shirt from the Fall-Winter 2020 Collection. #lemaire Photo by @osmaharvilahti
    Jac Berrocal — genre-defying figure of the French 
alternative musical scene — recounts the genesis of his track «Rock n’Roll Station» made with the rock legend, Vince Taylor. Visit the Lemaire website to discover Berrocal’s exclusive interview and listen to the original track of the
Fall-Winter 2020 runway show. 
#lemaire 

Archive photo by Roget Ferlet
    Jac Berrocal — genre-defying figure of the French alternative musical scene — recounts the genesis of his track «Rock n’Roll Station» made with the rock legend, Vince Taylor. Visit the Lemaire website to discover Berrocal’s exclusive interview and listen to the original track of the Fall-Winter 2020 runway show. #lemaire Archive photo by Roget Ferlet
    « I had defined it as a brick skin » - Adrien Testard.

Shibori is a traditional Japanese technique of textile dyeing by knotting. The original design was made by @adrientestard who achieved the design by folding, knotting and then dipping paper squares into ink. This motif was then scanned and printed on a compact silk with an irregular aspect that suggests the porosity of the initial paper on which the colors were infused. #lemaire

First photo by @marc_hibbert
    « I had defined it as a brick skin » - Adrien Testard. Shibori is a traditional Japanese technique of textile dyeing by knotting. The original design was made by @adrientestard who achieved the design by folding, knotting and then dipping paper squares into ink. This motif was then scanned and printed on a compact silk with an irregular aspect that suggests the porosity of the initial paper on which the colors were infused. #lemaire First photo by @marc_hibbert
    Lemaire has imagined a soft shirt and two-ply pants printed to highlight a shibori pattern thought as a soft camouflage. They can be worn as a soft suit, a light coverall or an elegant pyjama.

Shibori is a traditional Japanese technique of textile dyeing by knotting. The original design was made by Adrien Testard @adrientestard, who achieved the design by folding, knotting and then dipping paper squares into ink. It is the rhythm of this folding and the way they were knotted that determined the structure of the final pattern. The mixtures of concentrated inks in which the papers were dipped gave the pattern its intense colors of oxidized iron. The pattern reveals itself when unfolding, with its mineral structure and its unusual brick wall scale motif. 

This design was then scanned and printed on a compact silk with an irregular aspect that suggests the porosity of the initial paper on which the colors were infused. #lemaire
    Lemaire has imagined a soft shirt and two-ply pants printed to highlight a shibori pattern thought as a soft camouflage. They can be worn as a soft suit, a light coverall or an elegant pyjama. Shibori is a traditional Japanese technique of textile dyeing by knotting. The original design was made by Adrien Testard @adrientestard, who achieved the design by folding, knotting and then dipping paper squares into ink. It is the rhythm of this folding and the way they were knotted that determined the structure of the final pattern. The mixtures of concentrated inks in which the papers were dipped gave the pattern its intense colors of oxidized iron. The pattern reveals itself when unfolding, with its mineral structure and its unusual brick wall scale motif. This design was then scanned and printed on a compact silk with an irregular aspect that suggests the porosity of the initial paper on which the colors were infused. #lemaire
    FW20 Runway Backstage  Sojourner and Aleksandr wearing the FW20 slim fit jacket with the wide leg and straight pants in poly-wool. #lemaire 

Photos by @sistonicolas
    FW20 Runway Backstage Sojourner and Aleksandr wearing the FW20 slim fit jacket with the wide leg and straight pants in poly-wool. #lemaire Photos by @sistonicolas
    Malika wearing the FW20 Maxi Blouse and Trench Skirt in zinc cotton linen canvas. 
Photo by @cedricbihr for @vogue_ukraine.
#lemaire
    Malika wearing the FW20 Maxi Blouse and Trench Skirt in zinc cotton linen canvas. Photo by @cedricbihr for @vogue_ukraine. #lemaire
    Eugenia wearing the FW20 overcoat, maxi blouse and trench skirt in light beige cotton linen canvas. #lemaire
    Eugenia wearing the FW20 overcoat, maxi blouse and trench skirt in light beige cotton linen canvas. #lemaire
    The Rain Cape look from the Fall-Winter 2020 Collection, photographed backstage before the show at the Faculté de Médecine Université René Descartes in Paris. #lemaire
    The Rain Cape look from the Fall-Winter 2020 Collection, photographed backstage before the show at the Faculté de Médecine Université René Descartes in Paris. #lemaire
    Lemaire and SKWAT @skwat.site 

Lemaire opened a pop-up store in Tokyo’s Aoyama district on October 1st, 2020 

The SKWAT collective emerged from a dialogue between the architecture firm Daikei Mills @daikei_mills and Twelvebooks @twelvebooksdistribution. SKWAT creates temporary locations in vacant urban spaces which bring together people from different disciplines to breathe new life into abandoned areas. The layout of the spaces is nimble, with lightweight structures and secondhand furniture. Daikei Mills took this approach when designing the Lemaire store. The wood used for the displays comes from century-old traditional Japanese houses in Osaka. The pillars and beams that form the structural elements were assembled using the traditional kigumi technique, which does not require glue, screws or nails. The technique has been used for centuries in Japan—a country with an abundance of wood and excellent carpenters—to build temples, notably in Buddhist architecture. The boutique expands on the idea of perfectly proportioned clothing as a home in which one can take refuge and move about— clothing that is a host, a space, a continuum.The space presents both the Men’s and Women’s Fall-Winter 2020 collections. #lemaire 

Photos by @daisuke_shima_photography
    Lemaire and SKWAT @skwat.site Lemaire opened a pop-up store in Tokyo’s Aoyama district on October 1st, 2020 The SKWAT collective emerged from a dialogue between the architecture firm Daikei Mills @daikei_mills and Twelvebooks @twelvebooksdistribution. SKWAT creates temporary locations in vacant urban spaces which bring together people from different disciplines to breathe new life into abandoned areas. The layout of the spaces is nimble, with lightweight structures and secondhand furniture. Daikei Mills took this approach when designing the Lemaire store. The wood used for the displays comes from century-old traditional Japanese houses in Osaka. The pillars and beams that form the structural elements were assembled using the traditional kigumi technique, which does not require glue, screws or nails. The technique has been used for centuries in Japan—a country with an abundance of wood and excellent carpenters—to build temples, notably in Buddhist architecture. The boutique expands on the idea of perfectly proportioned clothing as a home in which one can take refuge and move about— clothing that is a host, a space, a continuum.The space presents both the Men’s and Women’s Fall-Winter 2020 collections. #lemaire Photos by @daisuke_shima_photography
    MartÍn RamÍrez through the eyes of New Yorkers

September 2020 — On the occasion of the FW20 MartÍn RamÍrez capsule collection, director Matt Starr @mattstarrmattstarr went to meet eclectic New Yorkers who shared their impressions of the artist's work through the book Reframing Confinement which offers a comprehensive and rich selection of his art. 

The book is now available on the lemaire.fr

Thank you to : Max Batrick, Frank Maresca, the Ricco/Maresca Gallery, Osamu, David, Ishmael, and the dog and squirrel from Central Park.
    MartÍn RamÍrez through the eyes of New Yorkers September 2020 — On the occasion of the FW20 MartÍn RamÍrez capsule collection, director Matt Starr @mattstarrmattstarr went to meet eclectic New Yorkers who shared their impressions of the artist's work through the book Reframing Confinement which offers a comprehensive and rich selection of his art. The book is now available on the lemaire.fr Thank you to : Max Batrick, Frank Maresca, the Ricco/Maresca Gallery, Osamu, David, Ishmael, and the dog and squirrel from Central Park.
    MartÍn RamÍrez Installation  On the occasion of the Martín Ramírez capsule collection, Lemaire developed an installation in its flagship boutique, highlighting the products with their original printed fabrics. #lemaire 

Set design by @flyaway_studio
    MartÍn RamÍrez Installation On the occasion of the Martín Ramírez capsule collection, Lemaire developed an installation in its flagship boutique, highlighting the products with their original printed fabrics. #lemaire Set design by @flyaway_studio
    Collaboration with outsider artist Martín Ramírez (1895-1963)

For the Fall-Winter 2020 collection, Lemaire designed a capsule wardrobe based on drawings by Mexican folk art artist Martín Ramírez. The wardrobe is composed of a blanket-like cape, a leather breastplate, a blouse dress, a blouse, a wrap skirt, a handkerchief skirt and boots.

The Martín Ramírez capsule collection was shot by French photographer @estellehanania at the Lemaire Studio and Rue de la Corderie in Paris. The pieces are worn by Lovisa, Rouguy and Sonia. #lemaire
    Collaboration with outsider artist Martín Ramírez (1895-1963) For the Fall-Winter 2020 collection, Lemaire designed a capsule wardrobe based on drawings by Mexican folk art artist Martín Ramírez. The wardrobe is composed of a blanket-like cape, a leather breastplate, a blouse dress, a blouse, a wrap skirt, a handkerchief skirt and boots. The Martín Ramírez capsule collection was shot by French photographer @estellehanania at the Lemaire Studio and Rue de la Corderie in Paris. The pieces are worn by Lovisa, Rouguy and Sonia. #lemaire
    Collaboration with outsider artist Martín Ramírez (1895-1963)

For the Fall-Winter 2020 collection, Lemaire designed a capsule wardrobe based on drawings by Mexican folk art artist Martín Ramírez. The wardrobe is composed of a blanket-like cape, a leather breastplate, a blouse dress, a blouse, a wrap skirt, a handkerchief skirt and boots.

The Martín Ramírez capsule collection was shot by French photographer @estellehanania at the Lemaire Studio and Rue de la Corderie in Paris. The pieces are worn by Lovisa, Rouguy and Sonia. #lemaire
    Collaboration with outsider artist Martín Ramírez (1895-1963) For the Fall-Winter 2020 collection, Lemaire designed a capsule wardrobe based on drawings by Mexican folk art artist Martín Ramírez. The wardrobe is composed of a blanket-like cape, a leather breastplate, a blouse dress, a blouse, a wrap skirt, a handkerchief skirt and boots. The Martín Ramírez capsule collection was shot by French photographer @estellehanania at the Lemaire Studio and Rue de la Corderie in Paris. The pieces are worn by Lovisa, Rouguy and Sonia. #lemaire
    Collaboration with outsider artist Martín Ramírez (1895-1963)

For the Fall-Winter 2020 collection, Lemaire designed a capsule wardrobe based on drawings by Mexican folk art artist Martín Ramírez. The wardrobe is composed of a blanket-like cape, a leather breastplate, a blouse dress, a blouse, a wrap skirt, a handkerchief skirt and boots.

The Martín Ramírez capsule collection was shot by French photographer @estellehanania at the Lemaire Studio and Rue de la Corderie in Paris. The pieces are worn by Lovisa, Rouguy and Sonia. #lemaire
    Collaboration with outsider artist Martín Ramírez (1895-1963) For the Fall-Winter 2020 collection, Lemaire designed a capsule wardrobe based on drawings by Mexican folk art artist Martín Ramírez. The wardrobe is composed of a blanket-like cape, a leather breastplate, a blouse dress, a blouse, a wrap skirt, a handkerchief skirt and boots. The Martín Ramírez capsule collection was shot by French photographer @estellehanania at the Lemaire Studio and Rue de la Corderie in Paris. The pieces are worn by Lovisa, Rouguy and Sonia. #lemaire
    Collaboration with outsider artist Martín Ramírez (1895-1963)

For the Fall-Winter 2020 collection, Lemaire designed a capsule wardrobe based on drawings by Mexican folk art artist Martín Ramírez. The wardrobe is composed of a blanket-like cape, a leather breastplate, a blouse dress, a blouse, a wrap skirt, a handkerchief skirt and boots.

The Martín Ramírez capsule collection was shot by French photographer @estellehanania at the Lemaire Studio and Rue de la Corderie in Paris. The pieces are worn by Lovisa, Rouguy and Sonia. #lemaire
    Collaboration with outsider artist Martín Ramírez (1895-1963) For the Fall-Winter 2020 collection, Lemaire designed a capsule wardrobe based on drawings by Mexican folk art artist Martín Ramírez. The wardrobe is composed of a blanket-like cape, a leather breastplate, a blouse dress, a blouse, a wrap skirt, a handkerchief skirt and boots. The Martín Ramírez capsule collection was shot by French photographer @estellehanania at the Lemaire Studio and Rue de la Corderie in Paris. The pieces are worn by Lovisa, Rouguy and Sonia. #lemaire
    Collaboration with outsider artist Martín Ramírez (1895-1963)

For the Fall-Winter 2020 collection, Lemaire designed a capsule wardrobe based on drawings by Mexican folk art artist Martín Ramírez. The wardrobe is composed of a blanket-like cape, a leather breastplate, a blouse dress, a blouse, a wrap skirt, a handkerchief skirt and boots.

The Martín Ramírez capsule collection was shot by French photographer @estellehanania at the Lemaire Studio and Rue de la Corderie in Paris. The pieces are worn by Lovisa, Rouguy and Sonia. #lemaire
    Collaboration with outsider artist Martín Ramírez (1895-1963) For the Fall-Winter 2020 collection, Lemaire designed a capsule wardrobe based on drawings by Mexican folk art artist Martín Ramírez. The wardrobe is composed of a blanket-like cape, a leather breastplate, a blouse dress, a blouse, a wrap skirt, a handkerchief skirt and boots. The Martín Ramírez capsule collection was shot by French photographer @estellehanania at the Lemaire Studio and Rue de la Corderie in Paris. The pieces are worn by Lovisa, Rouguy and Sonia. #lemaire
    Shot in September 2020 at the @riccomaresca in New York this introduction video presents the work of outsider artist Martin Ramirez. Ricco/Maresca champions and showcases the art of self-taught masters working outside the continuum of art history. The gallery specializes in Outsider, Self-Taught, Contemporary, and historically significant American Folk art in various media.

Video directed by @mattstarrmattstarr 

Lemaire thanks Max Bartick, Frank Maresca, Kylie Ryu, the Ricco/Maresca Gallery and the family of Martin Ramirez for their collaboration on this special project. 

The capsule collection will be available online and in selected points of sale from Friday, Oct. 2nd #lemaire
    Shot in September 2020 at the @riccomaresca in New York this introduction video presents the work of outsider artist Martin Ramirez. Ricco/Maresca champions and showcases the art of self-taught masters working outside the continuum of art history. The gallery specializes in Outsider, Self-Taught, Contemporary, and historically significant American Folk art in various media. Video directed by @mattstarrmattstarr Lemaire thanks Max Bartick, Frank Maresca, Kylie Ryu, the Ricco/Maresca Gallery and the family of Martin Ramirez for their collaboration on this special project. The capsule collection will be available online and in selected points of sale from Friday, Oct. 2nd #lemaire
    Collaboration with Outsider artist Martín Ramírez (1895-1963) 
For the Fall-Winter 2020 collection, Lemaire designed a capsule wardrobe based on drawings by Mexican folk art artist Martín Ramírez. The wardrobe is composed of a a blanket-like cape, leather breastplate, a blouse dress, a blouse, a wrap skirt, a handkerchief skirt and boots. #lemaire
    Collaboration with Outsider artist Martín Ramírez (1895-1963) For the Fall-Winter 2020 collection, Lemaire designed a capsule wardrobe based on drawings by Mexican folk art artist Martín Ramírez. The wardrobe is composed of a a blanket-like cape, leather breastplate, a blouse dress, a blouse, a wrap skirt, a handkerchief skirt and boots. #lemaire
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