A great talent and an amazing personality! Christophe Guillarmé passed his degree at the College of Applied Arts Duperré. He initiated a fashion artistic approach and gave birth to a collaboration with an artist making his first fashion show a real artistic installation.
Christophe Guillarmé has had various experiences with JeanCharles de Castelbajac, Dice Kayek and Stella Cadente before launching his first collection as a young fashion designer in 1998.
My style is noticeable at the first sight. I’m a real keeper of traditional creative approaches and exquisite finishing: my gowns are a mix between Glam’Rock and “couture”. My ultra feminine style shows the contemporary way of creating glamorous icons. Christophe Guillarmé
Christophe Guillarmé has been invited many times in different Fashion-Weeks of St Petersburg, Dubaï, Marrakech, Monaco, Bangkok, South Korea, China, Kazakhstan, Azerbaïdjan as well as the Cannes Film Festival & Venice Film Festival. This lead the young fashion designer to generate more fame and compliments on himself and his brand.
Since then, he has increased his desire to stand out, not only for his collections, but also for his global creative process in show construction.
While working on the last ten editions from Cannes International Film Festival (FIF), Christophe Guillarmé built up interactions with young actresses and also international celebrities (ex: Paris Hilton, Lindsay Lohan, Kelly Brook, Vanessa Hessler, Victoria Silvstedt, Hofit Golan, Julie Gayet, Blanca Blanco, Nora Arnezeder, Joséphine Jobert, Laura Weissbecker, Isabeli Fontana…)
For his Spring-Summer 2024 collection, French designer Christophe Guillarmé was inspired by the Indian Lotus flower goddess Lakshmi and Bollywood imagery. Glamor with unbridled happiness and iconic choreography from Aishwarya to Deepika. The 3D flowershaped drapes recall the art of the Sari and its ancestral tradition.
The gradient dyeing from white to dark fuchsia pink contrasts with the tones of saffron and golden anise green. A range of warm and spicy colors in a bold, camp-tinged collection. Mixed in essence, this Hindu divinity embodies beauty, and symbolizes good fortune in Sanskrit
Specially celebrated during Diwali, gold and jewelry are its symbols.