Benoît-Pierre Emery

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Benoit Pierre Emery
Benoit Pierre Emery silk scarf.jpg
The scarf "a tiny space between regrets and nostalgia" made in Lyon (2003) is one of Benoit Pierre Emery's greatest design.
Born (1970-07-09) July 9, 1970 (age 43)
Paris, France
Nationality French
Education Royal College of Art, London
Occupation Fashion designer
Labels

Benoit Pierre Emery

Louis Vuitton Hermès

Kenzo

Benoît-Pierre Emery (pronounced: [bə.nwa pjɛʁ e.mə.ʁi]) (Paris, 9 July 1970) is a French art director and a fashion designer based in Paris, France.

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A graduate of the Royal College of Art and of the École nationale supérieure des arts décoratifs, Benoit Emery began his career as a freelancer, working as an art director for Canal + and Louis Vuitton.

His experience also includes stints with Paco Rabanne, Kenzo, Cabane De Zucca, The Cartier Foundation, Arte and Paris Première among others. In May 2000, he co-founded with Marc Nguyen Tan, the creative agency "le cabinet. paris""

In October 2003, he set up his own company "Les Soieries Modernes" and launched his first silk scarf collection.

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the introduction of 24, Faubourg in 1995, Hermès issued in 2005 a limited edition of the perfume, in a bottle designed by Serge Mansau to imitate the lines of the silk scarf issued at the same time. The carré de soie was designed by Benoît Pierre Emery and stylizes the spirals of the flacon and the light shining through the perfume. The fragrance is a creation of Maurice Roucel.

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