Aurélien Arbet, Jérémie Egry and José Lamali are the creative directors and designers, who founded Études in 2012. Aurélien Arbet and Jérémie Egry have been working together since 2000 based between Paris and New York. Aurélien is a graduate of L’école des Beaux Arts. Jérémie is a graduate of graphic arts and co-manages Études Studio. José Lamali studied product design. He has been collaborating closely with the duo and working in the fashion industry since 15 years.
— Creation of the Études label
— Pop up store Études in Paris and launch of the E-store
— Pop up store Études in NYC
— First fashion show
— Pop up store Seoul and Hong Kong
— Études is distributed by the international platform SSENSE
— Opening of the first Études flagship store in Paris
— Pop up store in Paris, Tokyo, Los Angeles, London
— Launch of Études Blue
— Launch of womenswear
— New corner at Galeries Lafayette (Paris)
— Collaboration Études x Adidas
— Collaboration Études x The NY times
— Études book published by Rizzoli NYC
— Pop up store in Seoul
— Collaboration Études x K.Haring
— Pop up store in Hong Kong
— Launch of Études Eyewear
— Collaboration Études x Wikipedia
Études flagship store on 14 rue Debelleyme Paris is located in the Marais, the epicenter of fashion boutiques and art galleries. Over a hundred square meters, the store embraces urban and brutalist aesthetics. Whites and greys dominate the building and are spiced up by touches of Études blue, the brand’s signature color, coming from the clothes. It is a place of experimentation, inspiration and innovation.
Flagship store in the Haut Marais 14 r. Debelleyme Paris 3
Études is a creative collective founded in 2012 based in Paris.
Operating simultaneously as a fashion label, publishing house with a focus on art & photography, and creative agency, the collective’s approach is demanding, coherent, and resolutely contemporary.
Throughout their collections, Études has and continues to offer a sophisticated unisex silhouette, characterized by refined lines and graphic elements.
The brand’s defining color, Klein blue serves as a signature to a variety of projects that exist within the brand’s sphere.
The creative collective brings a new perspective of its’ surrounding environment, which can be observed at the crossroads between art, fashion, and lifestyle.
Photo : José Lamali, Jérémie Egry, Aurélien Arbet - Études Creative Director & Designers
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