Coralie Marabelle ( – France
Poetic, fairy-like, refined…
Her aesthetic is a hymn to poetry and a typically French romanticism. Selected among the ten finalists of the upcoming Hyères Festival de Mode et de Photographie, Coralie Marabelle studied fashion at the Studio Berçot in Paris and gained experience at Alexander McQueen. French born-London based designer, she is laying the groundwork for the launch of her own brand by developing a women’s collection for the Festival. Outlined layers of fabric and embellishments made with tulle characterize pastel shades garments that evoke fairy-tale and enchanted atmospheres.

Lee SavageUSA
Geometric, sophisticated, sculptural…
References to the conceptual works of Sol LeWitt and Donald Judd mixed with architectural inspirations. With an interior design background, Lee Savage founded the eponymous label of handbags in 2013. Conceived in her New York studio, but meticulously handmade in Italy, the clutches of the inaugural collection are real solid sculptures. Geometric and minimal at first glance, her bags are extremely complex in their structure and details. The surfaces, formed from​ brass frames plated in rose gold, silver or gunmetal, are inspired by corrugated cardboards. Rectangular or square in shapes, the clutches are designed to be works of wearable art.

Metal Heart ShoesArgentina
Luminous, bright, joyful…
In the in-between of collage art, Metal Heart Shoes are inspired by pop and joyful universes. Native of Argentina Paola Giangualani founded her own brand of shoes in 2011 after studies in Fashion & Textile Design. Entirely handmade in Cordoba, the shoes are manufactured respecting the craftsmanship of shoe making techniques and an ethical approach reflected in each detail. Shoe Crush is the name of the Spring/Summer collection which is inspired by the art world. Wedges, boots and platform sandals made ​​of leather and plastic materials, are tinged with lovely pastel colours that light up the spring.