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DELVAUX PRESENTS ITS SPRING-SUMMER 2020 COLLECTION DURING PARIS FASHION WEEK

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DELVAUX PRESENTS ITS SPRING-SUMMER 2020 COLLECTION DURING PARIS FASHION WEEK

Saturday, 28 September 2019, Paris

Technical, audacious and modern, the Spring-Summer 2020 Collection of Delvaux was presented in a remarkable new space in the heart of Paris’ exclusive 1st arrondissement, next to the emblematic Jardin du Palais Royal.

The Spring-Summer S20 Collection, displayed in an innovative setting, offered a highly original, immersive experience to visitors. Enticed by a series of whimsical scenes, guests could discover close-up and first-hand the elegant and modern designs of the Spring-Summer season. A new, interactive experience where every visitor played a key role in the various stage sets.

Delvaux Chairman and CEO, Jean-Marc Loubier and Artistic Director, Christina Zeller greeted friends of la Maison, VIP’s from the world of fashion and art and celebrities including Catherine Deneuve, Coco Rocha, Camélia Jordana, Melody Gardot, Olivia Palermo, Alysson Paradis, Bertrand Bonello, Tezza Barton, Ornella Fleury and many others for a day of playful paradox of tradition and technology.

Delvaux’s presentation was as refined as it was innovative, blending the Maison’s signature elegance with the striking vibe of the contemporary world.

ABOUT DELVAUX

Founded in Brussels in 1829, Delvaux is the oldest fine leather luxury goods house in the world and has been active without interruption since its beginnings.

Delvaux is the inventor of the modern handbag, having filed in 1908 the first ever handbag patent.

For 190 years, la Maison has been both avant-garde and true to the finest traditions of craftsmanship while conveying the grandeur, heritage and symbols of Belgian culture.

Official purveyor to the Royal Court of Belgium since 1883, Delvaux has remained steadfast in its devotion to sharing and celebrating Belgian cultural references and values.
Credit: Françoise Goize

www.delvaux.com

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