Tag: brand concept

Moroccan inspiration for a No-Mad print

My moroccan inspiration… ‘Pankti’ s’inspire du Maroc Je suis immergée dans la vie et (…)

NO-MAD new site

For NO-MAD, I had a « carte blanche ». This beautiful freedom, I still keep it (…)

The GREY collection

Le gris tristesse. Chagrin. Mélancolie. Une couleur qu’il n’a pas toujours la vie facile, (…)

NM Black variations

The “table collection” I imagined for NO-MAD is an assortment of color, the juxtaposition (…)

India Design ID fair 2016 – New Delhi

In early February the brand No-Mad 97% India has for the second time participated (…)

Hand sewn hems

Bandit Queen has an eye for detail. Everything is designed to maintain harmony and (…)

The BLUE collection

Une collection couleur de ciel La palette des couleurs de NO-MAD s’ouvre, s’élargit pour (…)

Packaging concept

For each of my projects I give a particular attention to the visual identity (…)

Laundry tags

A small fabric label, sewn. A small yet nothing that says it all. This (…)

NO-MAD in screen printing

NO-MAD in screen printing Screen printing is ancestral in India. It develops finesse, precision, (…)

Mix and match

Time which brings together Yesterday’s designs meet with those of today. Or perhaps the (…)

Silver Collection

The five commandments of Diwali Five days of festivity… five days when lights shine (…)

Sokistan style – Pinterest

Manon de Sokistan, features the Sokistan collection on Pinterest. From a pair of socks (…)

Bandit Queen – Book

     

Hall of temptation

Photo : Vincent N’Guyen, Photo styling : Isabelle Dupuy Chavanat Photo : Vincent N’Guyen, (…)

Steam room

Photo : Vincent N’Guyen, Photo styling : Isabelle Dupuy Chavanat Photo : Vincent N’Guyen, (…)

Room of delicacies

Room of delicacies “Royal courts attend my dinners, alongside travellers, robbers, and observers of (…)

The enigmatic legend of the Bandit Queen

Bandit Queen is a highlander, she is 20 years old, she is 1000… She (…)

Bandit Queen – Brand story and concept

Behind Bandit Queen, there is a whole progression of ideas… certain of them forgotten, (…)