JUSTINE

Contact:
justinelrm@gmail.com
University/School:
LISAA
Location:
LISAA
Specialism:
Art DirectionAtelier DesignFashion DesignMenswearTextilesWomenswear
About Me

Hi, my name is Justine Leromain, I am a student at LISAA MODE Paris.

I'm 22 years old and I've been living in Paris for 5 years, I grew up in the Loiret countryside. Drawing, art, architecture and fashion were part of my childhood and adolescence and still fascinate me today. I wish to create clothes that reflect a personality, a place of life and a daily rhythm.

My studies in applied arts, architecture and art history have allowed me to acquire a deep and multidisciplinary knowledge, as well as meticulous references.

INSPIRATION

Modern art and art in general inspires me daily in my creations.

When I arrived in Paris I fell in love with the architecture and diversity of the city and was inspired by it. I wanted to create a collection, simple, easy to wear and by all, that goes everywhere like an urban camouflage. My color scheme is inspired by the megalopolis. I created a unisex collection, which adapts to the morphology of women and men with wide cuts "recintrered" and mended by being worn and stretched. A classic wardrobe mixed with officewear.

The story of my collection was inspired by office wear and the rhythmic life of a working couple (workingpeople) who mix and match their clothes in their dressing room while methodically mending with their staplers. Targeting people (men, women, non-gender) who want to stand out with strong designer pieces mixed with their wardrobe.

MY WORK

PORTFOLIOS

DETAIL

Simplicity, functionality and beauty of a garment

Simplicity, functionality and beauty of a garment Officewear and classic wardrobes are clothes that can be found in every that can be found in every wardrobe. I wanted to pay tribute to these pieces that are often neglected, forgotten, or used only for a specific professional environment. I wanted to make them original and wearable in more situations, for everyday life and to stand out from the professional world.

"If you are determined to become a fashion designer, you are more than halfway there ... Know that your drive to succeed is more important than anything else."
Art DirectionAtelier DesignFashion DesignMenswearTextilesWomenswear
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