The designer Stéphanie Allard and Benoît Dudognon, French paper craftsman, have been working together for nearly 10 years after having trained in Japan for several years.
They revisit Japanese values within the European way of life, by using traditional Japanese Kozo raw materials from the French soil.
Japanese paper becomes a living and creative medium, used in interior design, photography and fashion to create designs inspired by nature where graphics and light are discovered.
18 August at 6.00 pm, Gallery La Citerne
A fashion show is organised by the craftsman and maker of Japanese paper Benoit Dudognon, and the designer Stéphanie Allard.
The clothes designed in Japanese paper are made in the purest Japanese tradition.