Mosaert presents its exclusive “Capsule no. 5” in limited edition at Le Bon Marche, inspired by Art Deco and Art Nouveau

by team Paris Social Diary, photography by | 10 April, 2018

After welcoming high-profile guests for Fashion Weeks – Iris Apfel in 2016, Loïc Prigent in 2017 – and the exhibition Let’s Go Logo in march 2018, Le Bon Marché Rive Gauche welcomes the Mosaert trio. This Belgian collective brings together Paul Van Haver aka Stromae, fashion designer Coralie Barbier and artistic director Luc Junior Tam, and embraces not only fashion but also music, video and graphic design.

To allow the visitors of Le Bon Marché to enter their world, the trio, in collaboration with the department store’s artistic direction teams, have imagined the “Mosaert Fabrique”, a behind-the-scenes experience taking the form of a fantasy factory. A factory in the literal sense – it exhibits a usually invisible production process – and in Warhol’s sense, since the installation also evokes their creative energy.

To make the most of your visit, you can just follow signage inspired by the industrial world: “Helmets must be worn at all times” and “No stilettos allowed” signs or routes marked with arrows on the ground.