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#book … Crafts art of fashion


Book only available in French

Increasingly theatrical, dramatic and bombastic, drawing the roots of traditional and innovation, fashion and those who create it are surrounded by embroiderers, lace makers, weavers cloth, fabric painters, plisseurs, floral paruriers, feather workers, glassblowers, leather, eventaillists … the great designers rule the world of fashion, do the remake and unmake. Read more →

Exhibit Dali “The Other Face” in Castres …


Running from 27 June to 26 October 2014, “Dalì: L’autre visage” (“The other face”), is on display at the Musée Goya in Castres, France.

Showing some of the artist’s lesser-known and formative works, the exhibition is an opportunity to view Dalì’s work for publications, including his reimagining of Shakespeare’s Macbeth and the illustrations for the 1960 edition of Dante’s The Divine Comedy. Read more →

The houses along the river Agout

Crédit photo Laurent Frézouls

Crédit photo Laurent Frézouls


We tell you more about the Houses along the river Agout
Their colourful façades are standing along the river banks, an emblem of the city and a rememberance of its once industrial prosperity. These were the XVIIth-century mansions of the weavers, dyers, tanners and parchement makers, who processed wool, leather and paper. Read more →

Our beautiful city … Castres

Crédit photo Arnaud Jamin

Crédit photo Arnaud Jamin

Each week discover a pic from our beatiful city or about our amazing region … #madeinfrance also means to know where we come from and share it with everyone !




Mapplethorpe – Rodin exhibition



Exhibition at the  Musée Rodin from April 8th to September 21st – More informations here ici Read more →

Cartier-Bresson’s exhibition …

Hoyningen Huene, George

Look back on the 20th century through the lens of Henri Cartier-Bresson, and it’s all there: the jazz age of the 1920s, colonial Africa, the Spanish civil war, developing human rights, capitalist expansion, two world wars, Ghandi’s funeral, decolonisation, Mao, the first man in space, America booming, student protests, the collapse of the Soviet bloc – all captured in haunting blizzard of black and white. Read more →

Milan citybreak …


You cannot go to Milan without visiting the Duomo on the main square of the town. It is simply the biggest Catholic’s church after St Peter in Rome and Seville, it is also called « the marble hedgehog » due to the sculpting work on the facade. True jewel of architecture you wouldn’t regret the detour. Read more →

Those exhibitions we wish to visit …

Keith-haring-exhibition-artist-design Read more →

Paris Fashion Week SS14 – Decoding


Paris comes to the end of one month decicated to summer men’s fashion. This year again designers shows us every inch of their talents and potentials, we saw thousands of colors, styles, looks and materials. Read more →

First overview of the Paris Fashion Week

Fashion week first review