Merci celebrates the iconic African wax print all through Fashion week and beyond. Inspired by a new generation of young African designers, through a fashion collection designed in-house, plus jewelry, furniture and objects, Merci presents a contemporary, authentic Africa, far from its folklore. A seductive, sensual, happy theme. Until March 26
A l’occasion de la Fashion Week, Merci met à l’honneur le wax, tissu emblématique du continent africain. A travers la jeune garde de créateurs africains, une collection mode signée Merci-Merci, des bijoux, des meubles et des objets, Merci nous fait découvrir une Afrique contemporaine, authentique et surtout sans folklore. Séduisante, enjôleuse, joyeuse et sensuelle…Jusqu’au 26 Mars 2016
Crédit Photo : Jérôme Galland
Production Artistique : Jules Mesny Deschamps
Assistant Photo : Olivier Lechat
Musique : Jean-Claude Ghrenassia, Jean-Pierre Sluys
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