United Fashion event: Lille 2019
Founded in 2015, Maison Tremblepierre takes the bold step of revisiting an iconic piece: the kimono.
“The traditional Japanese kimono is a true work of art: dyeing, embroidery, prints, and its design, both practical and aesthetic, making it an exceptional piece,” says Olivia Berthelot, the creator of Tremblepierre. “I was seduced by the valuesit conveys, but also by the eroticism that emerges, and whose geishas are the symbol in our imagination.”
The kimono is his favorite piece, a blank canvas where to give free rein to his creative impulses …
THE KIMONO (RE) SEEN BY TREMBLEPIERRE a mix of luxury and casual, both sophisticated and nonchalant, strong and delicate, feminine and masculine, the Tremblepierre kimono mixes tradition and modernity.
It becomes an armor that we adorn ourselves in every season.
Tremblepierre kimonos are made in limited series in Paris and materials selected from the stock ends of French luxury homes, which emphasizes the exclusive character of the pieces.
Tremblepierre has fun with this white canvas that is the kimono, a reflection of a rich Japanese artistic culture. The label associated with artists with strong and varied universes to propose each time a new interpretation in limited and exclusive editions of the kimono.