Anne Valérie Hash

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Anne Valerie Hash (pronounced [an va.le.ʁi aʃ]) (born 1971) is a French haute couture fashion designer.[1]


She graduated from the Chambre Syndicale de la Couture Parisienne in 1995, and designed for such other labels as Nina Ricci, Chloé, and Chanel. In 1995, she opened a small bridal business. Five years later, she became business partners with Philippe Elkoubi, and launched a signature collection of handmade and ready-to-wear pieces, inspired by 14-year-old Parisian, Lou Liza Lesage. She presented her first collection in 2001.

For the 2014 Fall fashion season, her label will not present any collection.[2]


In 2016, The Cité de la Dentelle et de la Mode of Calais (France) is hosting an exhibition on the creations of Anne Valérie Hash. This exhibition - the first dedicated to her in France – takes a look at her first 13 years of designing. "Anne Valérie Hash. Décrayonner" explore of a world still under construction.


  1. ^ "Anne Valerie Hash". New York Fashion. New York Magazine. Retrieved 22 November 2010.
  2. ^ Socha, Miles (5 February 2014). "Anne Valérie Hash to Skip Fall Shows". WWD. Retrieved 5 February 2014.

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