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Tranoi Preview

fashion & stylenews

14 January 2013
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Armand Hadida, founder of The Eclaireur, international reference for fashion destinations, is well known for talents launcher for more than 30 years. Strong in this experience in the domains of fashion, design and their distribution, Armand Hadida takes back the artistic direction of the Tranoï salon in 2003. Tranoï Homme and Tranoï Femme take place during Fashion Weeks (March / June / September / January).

Paris, capital of creation and fashion, saw evolving its calendar of the salon for the year 2012. In January, 2013, Tranoï decides therefore to supplement this agenda by a new salon devoted to the woman and who will become mixed in future: " Tranoï Preview ". This first will unite more than a hundred of designers on one of the most prestigious sites in the middle of Paris: the Carousel of the Louvre (room Gabriel Delorme). The salon will give a selection of young contemporary brands which will come to anticipate and to supplement the offer of Tranoï of second session.

Tranoï Preview will have to distance itself by his selection and his requirement.

Tranoï who, historically, had already accomplished a first session salon, saw brands like Paul and Joe, April 77, The Meadows of Paris and Acne being born. Access reserved for professionnels, free entrance for students on the site www.tranoi.com: before January 18th, 2012.

Tranoï introduces a selection of the first registered candidats:

Accessoires:AS 29 (Chine)

Isharya (USA)

Numero 10 (Italie)

Rocio (Royaume Uni)

Rita and Zia (Suisse)

V73 (Italie)

Ela Stone (France)

Faliero Sarti (Italie)

Liebeskind berlin (Allemagne) 

Prêt à porter:

32 Paradis pour Sprung Frères (France)

Day Birger et Mikkelsen (Danemark)

Eggs (Italie)

Fine Collection (France)

Harris Wharf London (Royaume Uni)

Roseanna (France)