Looking for sharp and sustainable fashion? You can only be seduced by stylist Sakina M’Sa’s creations, true fan of slow fashion! Meet at Front de Mode, the concept store she opened in the Marais, to discover her creations and the creations of her designer friends, that are ecofriendly and ethic.
In Sakina M’Sa’s studio, collections are made by reintegrated employees, from fabric scraps from major couture houses. From brand Sakina M’sa, we particularly love the stripped t-shirt Talac Strip Eyes (€140) with eyes made of vinyl on the shoulder, and the blue vinyl top Talac Blondie (€210) and its very 50’s turtleneck.
We also enjoy the other brand of the Comorian stylist, Blue Line, a line exclusively made of recycled work overalls for an urban and no gender look.
Committed a lot, Sakina M’sa doesn’t only spread the word in the fashion universe. Convinced that clothing humanizes, enhances, she’s been hosting workshops for several years at the Fleury Mérogis jail about fashion. Released in April 2019, the documentary movie Mode d’évasion co-made with Laurent Chevallier follows her during her events.
Here’s an inspiring and empowering designer whose clothes we want to wear!
From 31 August 2019 to 31 August 2020
FRONT DE MODE
42 Rue Volta
75003 Paris 3
Métro Temple (ligne 3) ou Arts et Métiers (ligne 3 et 11)