Roger Vivier Draws Crowd for Camille Seydoux’s Prismick Denim
March 10, 2016 - fall Denim
HAPPY FAMILIES: The whole Seydoux residence — and a few extended family members — were on palm to assistance stylist Camille Seydoux applaud her “Prismick Denim” plug collection for Roger Vivier on Monday dusk during a brand’s boutique on Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré.
There was papa, businessman Henri Seydoux, and his wife, a indication and filmmaker Farida Khelfa, and sister Léa, many recently seen as Bond lady Madeleine Swann in “Spectre.”
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Adèle Exarchopoulos — most family given she costarred with Léa in a 2013 film “Blue is a Warmest Color” — boogied divided on a dance building with Camille’s lovable seven-year-old son to tunes including Rihanna’s “Work.”
Many guest were proudly sporting equipment from a six-piece plug collection, Seydoux’s initial blurb partnership with a brand. The collection facilities 3 opposite bags as good as sneakers, sandals and ankle booties done of a patchwork of opposite colored denims. The equipment are on sale in Vivier’s stores on a limited-edition basement this month.
“I suspicion a patchwork of denim was a approach of doing something younger, some-more urban, that pennyless with a worldly side of what we routinely do and a residence of Vivier, too,” Seydoux said.
As to her favorite denim items, she certified to being a bit of a classicist, citing her code of choice as Levi’s. “I like a beloved character best,” she said.
Younger kin Léa is reduction of a denim aficionado. “I adore jeans, yet we don’t consider it’s what suits me best, we cite pants. we like denim jackets, though, selected ones,” she said. “When we go to New York with another of my sisters, we adore going to a selected wardrobe stores,” pronounced a actress, who has only wrapped Xavier Dolan’s “Juste la fin de monde,” in that she stars alongside Marion Cotillard, Gaspard Ulliel, Vincent Cassel and Nathalie Baye.
Stepmom Khelfa is a denim hoarder. “I always wear jeans; it’s my husband’s nightmare,” she said. “I have about 300 pairs. My favorites are Levi 501’s, yet we like flared jeans, too.
“But jeans are a slightest gentle trousers in a world, so we consider it’s a unequivocally good thought to do boots and bags formed on denim with a Vivier style,” she added.
“I’m propitious to work with Uniqlo, and they make me jeans that we love, with copper buttons and a fabric and finish that we love,” pronounced code envoy Inès de la Fressange. “Today I’m wearing Seafarer,” she said, indicating to her sapphire flares. “I adore a selected look.”
“My daughters wear high-waisted “mama” jeans. we hatred that, yet on them it looks good. The lapse of a Eighties is not my thing,” de la Fressange continued.
That decade was already over when Exarchopoulos entered a world. At a proposal age of 22, she cites her favorites as, “baggy, old-school character jeans. My favorites are a ones we bought when we was a child during Levis. They still fit me…in a morning before we have my cereal.”
Marie-Ange Casta, Natasha Andrews, Marie Beltrami, Marpessa Hennink, Vincent Darré and Lambert Wilson were also among a guests.
Casta, who has only finished sharpened a highway film with Édouard Baer, was another partner of selected denim. “Acne or aged Levi’s,” she said. “I recently found a good span of selected overalls in Los Angeles.”