Maison Legeron

Regular price €190,00

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Go Behind the Scenes at a Historic Paris Fashion Atelier 

As each Fashion Week approaches, designers from some of the top haute couture houses will be placing their orders with Maison Legeron, the last independent workshop of its kind in Paris. Bruno Legeron, the fourth-generation owner, directs an all-French crew, making silk flowers and feather work by hand, using the same tools and techniques handed down from the 17th century. Harriet Welty Rochefort, the award-winning author of three books about French culture who leads this experience, says that stepping into his studio is like stepping into the past. “As a craftsman of the highest standing, Mr. Legeron exemplifies the French love of beauty and the discipline necessary to achieve it,” she says. For fashion aficionados, a journey to his studio is an unforgettable, direct connection to the world of haute couture, and a chance to understand how and why Paris is at the center of that world.

  • Private experience limited to 12 guests
  • Full immersion into Maison Legeron’s two-floor central Paris workshop
  • Led by Harriet Welty Rochefort, an American author and journalist who has written for The New York Times, the International Herald Tribune, Newsweek and other publications
  • Meet and speak with Bruno Legeron, the 4th-generation owner of the last independent fashion workshop (pictured above)
  • Discover the process of hand-making silk flowers and fine feather work
  • Understand the fashion industry’s recent transformation and why Chanel, Louboutin, and many others still rely on Legeron’s unique savoir-faire
  • Ends with a glass of champagne and a gift of a silk camelia
  • Total experience lasts 2.5 hours

Meeting point is 20 rue des Petits-Champs, 75002 Paris