For the second consecutive year, la Galerie du 19M has invited the Villa Noailles to programme a carte blanche showcasing the young generation of fashion designers. This exhibit is also an opportunity to celebrate the centenary of this holiday residence in Hyères, commissioned by Charles and Marie-Laure de Noailles from Robert Mallet Stevens, which became an icon of modernity.

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An exhibition will present the collaborations between the resident houses of le19M and:



— the 10 fashion finalists of the 37th Hyères Festival in 2022, as part of le19M CHANEL Métiers d’art Prize:

Alix Habran Jensen x Lognon

Jenny Hytönen x Maison Michel

Valentin Lessner x Atelier Montex

Fernando Miro & Alizée Loubet x Causse

Priss Niinikoski x Paloma

Sini Saavala x Lemarié

Antonia Schreiter x Ateliers de Verneuil-en-halatte

Lora Sonney x Goossens

Tim Suessbauer x Lesage

Juha Vehmaanperä x Desrues



— the three winners of the 36th Hyères Festival in 2021 exhibited in 2022 at the Villa Noailles Gymanisum:

Capucine Huguet x Desrues

Ifeanyi Okwuadi x Maison Michel et Maison Lesage Rukpong Raimaturapong x Goossens, Lemarié et Lesage

Rukpong Raimaturapong


winner of le19M CHANEL Métiers d’art Prize 2021

A graduate of the Institut Français de la Mode (IFM) with a background in graphic design, Rukpong Raimaturapong has always had a passion for fashion. He collaborated with the Maisons d’art resident at le19M, Goossens, Lemarié, and Lesage, for his collection entitled Light Life which is inspired by his work as a graphic designer and his life in Bangkok. By way of example, with Lesage he created an iridescent Thai evening jacket with stripes and embroidered sequins.

Capucine Huguet


winner of the Fashion Accessories Jury Grand Prize 2021

French designer and jeweller Capucine Huguet aims to bring climate change issues to the fore through her jewellery design. In 2021, she worked with the jeweller Desrues to make a collection of jewellery inspired by the urge to take action in support of an endangered nature, by highlighting the importance of phytoplankton.

Ifeanyi Okwuadi


winner of the Première Vision Fashion Jury Grand Prize 2021

A graduate of Ravensbourne University London, Ifeanyi Okwuadi is known for his feminist vision and commitment to quality sustainable clothing. He chose Lesage to embroider a bodice jacket that evokes the migrants in the American West in the 1930s who were forced to carry their most precious possessions. With Maison Michel, he reinterpreted tricorn hats.


The carte blanche will also feature talks, performances, and workshops on the theme of the flower, dear to the hearts of Charles and Marie-Laure de Noailles and always celebrated at the Villa Noailles.



The villa Noailles

Known for its history, architecture, and contemporary programming, the villa Noailles is a centre for contemporary art of national interest located in Hyères, in the Var region of France. Grounded in the intellectual heritage of its creators, the patrons Charles and Marie-Laure de Noailles, who commissioned this crown jewel of modern architecture from Robert Mallet-Stevens in 1923, the villa Noailles has been committed to supporting young artists for twenty years. As a space of experimentation for established artists and of revelation of future talents, the cultural and artistic history of the villa Noailles continues to be written a century later.

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