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This former medical office is an extension
to the LEMAIRE office, where a team of 70
people with a common passion for garment
designs and develop collections from the initials
sketches to the final garment.
These unisex sandals are constructed from a single piece of leather. Made in Aveiro, Portugal, they wrap around the foot from below with a padded leather sole and stays put thanks to hand-knotted waxed laces attaching the toe strap to wrap around the ankle.
Since summer 2015, LEMAIRE has been developing original prints derived from marbled papers and watercolors.
The spontaneous quality of these techniques gives birth to expressive and fluid patterns.
Look closely, and you might see a wide open sky, shifting landscapes, fabulous animals or even faces.
The arrangement of these various patterns, with their nebulous outlines and singular textures, compose a panorama of optical illusions
to spark your imagination and reflect back your own playfulness. LEMAIRE and Atelier La Folie have reimagined
classical decorative marbling, simplifying traditional patterns into more refined, contemporary motifs.
In the depths of
JOSEPH E. YOAKUM's
Following on from past collections, LEMAIRE continues to showcase visual and figurative motifs through capsule wardrobes that meld pictorial surfaces with the body in motion. This season, LEMAIRE pays homage to Native American folk artist Joseph E. Yoakum (1890–1972) through a series of exhibitions in Paris, Tokyo and Seoul. INSCAPE offers to travel through the vibrant drawings and tranquil landscapes of the artist.
Hand in hand with the London-based studio Icinori and the band Tomaga, LEMAIRE has developed a series of exclusive T-shirts inspired by the organic cover art from their latest album, titled Intimate Immensity.
Valentina Magaletti opens this new season of the Sounds and Voices of LEMAIRE. An extraordinary drummer and percussionist, Magaletti is equally at home performing and collaborating with pop artists such as Vanishing Twin, Radiohead as with the London Symphony Orchestra.
For its Fall-Winter 2021 collection, LEMAIRE is pleased to present its latest collaboration with A Flamenco Catharsis, a creative direction studio focused on the world of flamenco. The season's pieces — including the printed dropped collar dress in dry silk — are set in a film by Robi Rodriguez and brought to life by dancers José Maya and Patricia Guerrero.
Photographer Estelle Hanania captured some of LEMAIRE's creative studio and atelier members wearing the FW21 Garment Dyed pieces.
As a special guest for the Fall-Winter 2021 collection presentation, Helena Hauff marked the seasonal show with her mysterious and charismatic presence. The electronic DJ and producer tells us about herself : from the first sound memories from her mother’s womb, to her fortuitous but determining meeting with Radioactive Man, her love for medieval paintings and her first fashion show for LEMAIRE.
Since summer 2015, LEMAIRE has been developing original prints derived from marbled papers and watercolors. The spontaneous quality of these techniques gives birth to expressive and fluid patterns. Look closely, and you might see a wide open sky, shifting landscapes, fabulous animals or even faces. The arrangement of these various patterns, with their nebulous outlines and singular textures, compose a panorama of optical illusions to spark your imagination and reflect back your own playfulness. LEMAIRE and Atelier La Folie have reimagined classical decorative marbling, simplifying traditional patterns into more refined, contemporary motifs.
Since July 2, 2021, Dover Street Market Beijing has invited LEMAIRE to stage an ephemeral installation open to public. Thought around the concept store’s emblematic elephant, this installation is the result of a LEMAIRE’s first collaboration with Chinese artist Lin Yan.
Based on figurative and abstract drawings by Mexican artist Martín Ramírez [1895-1963] LEMAIRE has created a capsule wardrobe in light fabrics. This collection is inspired by the clear-line illustrations, Madonna, Boat and Canal, Landscape, Horse and Rider 1 and 2, faithfully transposed to their original format. In an atmosphere of fawn tones, the printed motifs play hide and seek in imaginary topographies and the characters metamorphose to the rhythm of moving bodies.
LEMAIRE presents new molded leather accessories with clean and soft lines, handcrafted in the region of Cadiz in Spain. Expending on the idea of bags as abjects, this new line of Molded offers five pieces that honor the singular and ancestral know-how from the town of Ubrique.
Music takes pride of place at Lemaire as a melodic echo of the collections’ timeless harmony.
Lemaire pop-up store in Tokyo Aoyama district from October 2020.
For its Fall-Winter 2020 collection, Lemaire is designing a wardrobe based on drawings by Mexican artist Martín Ramírez which is composed of a leather breastplate, a blouse dress, a pair of boots and a wrap skirt, a blanket-like cape, a blouse and a foulard skirt.
Paris, Wednesday February 26, 2020. Faculty of Medicine entrance hall. Lemaire is presenting its Fall-Winter 2020 collection.
Lemaire has imagined a soft shirt and two-ply pants printed to highlight a Shibori pattern thought as a soft camouflage.
Primary geometrical ingredients make up the Camera Bag. The container of the bag is a simple rectangle, offset by the molded lens element that juts out from the middle.
There’s something friendly about the shape, which one could easily imagine serving as a conversation starter between two strangers in the street or elsewhere. The Carlos bag is a magic lamp, an object of erotic projections that stimulates the touch and the imagination. Its unctuous, glossy shape resembles a gigantic, generously proportioned clamshell. The bag is the result of a collaboration between the artist Carlos Peñafiel and Lemaire.
For this collaboration Lemaire is revealing a capsule collection that showcases key products of the brand and objects from Out of Museum.
Sandalwood, beeswax, cedar, incense, geranium, honey, mimosa, musk, myrrh, orris, patchouli, pink peppercorn, rose, saffron.
The Twig pieces emerged from a dialogue between Lemaire and Joanne Burke. The British designer’s works combine anthropomorphic figures and abstract forms with erotic undercurrents.
Recorded on April 25th and 26th, 2019 by Aude Lavigne at the Lemaire flagship, Rue du Poitou in Paris, this podcast features a collection of perspectives on the clothing brand.