Two minutes with French designer Etienne Deroeux

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Lille, Antwerp, London, Brussels,  New York, Paris – French newcomer designer Etienne Deroeux has lived in many places and knows what garderobe stylish normades need: Minimal shapes paired with French allure. His latest winter-collection is more than a garderobe: it helps to escape – at least mentally – the tristesse of European winters

Etienne Deroeux

Pink, blue, white.. your winter collection could be worn in summer..

Etienne Deroeux: Exactly. There is no real season anymore. People travel all the time.

What the theme of this collection?

E.D.: It’s a collection about travelling to Mexico in the middle of winter and having the wardrobe that woud suit this travel. I was thinking of the house of the Mexican architect Luis Barragán.

How does Barragáns house look like?

It’s really a nice and modern house with bright colours everywhere and a huge garden, which is very nice. The house is very graphic and I was trying to be very graphic with the collection, too.

You live and work in Paris. Where you born here?

No. I was born in the south of France. In Lille. I went to Antwerp academy and then to La Cambre in Brussels. Before I startet my own label in Paris I worked for Matthew Williamson in New York.

Merci beaucoup Etienne!

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Der Autor

Anna Ostrowski arbeitet als Journalistin in Berlin. Zuletzt war sie Head of Content und Editor in Chief des Burda Ventures SHOWROOM. Zuvor arbeitete sie über sechs Jahre bei der Zeitschrift ELLE.

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