HOUSE CAUSSE, ELEGANCE IS NOT A LUXURY
It is elegant, discreet, sensual and carnal. It is unparalleled. It has a certain elegance. Its hallmarks are both her sweet voice, her diaphanous dresses often monochrome but also, and especially, a special accessory: his gloves.
Day or evening, the Causse House is the official partner of the atypical woman. The first meeting with the Manufacture took place when the singer gave a private concert in Millau, a town in the south of France.
Huge front dressed in light wood and large windows, the place was a revelation for her. A man greeted them and invited them to dive into a story that began in 1892. At that time, three brothers, Paul and Jules Henri, decided to found their glove. While the latter two left the U.S. in 1910, Paul continued the adventure before handing the torch in 1935, his son John. Become over time a symbol of rare and prestigious know-how, the Causse House confessed to be the supplier of the biggest names in French luxury goods such as Hermes, Chanel, and Louis Vuitton.
Immersed in this “success story in French,” the artist remained attentive to the words of his host, caught up in another era, dressed in leather gloves. The story of the man continued. Thus, she learned that the factory in 2003 welcomed two artistic directors, Nadine Carel and Manuel Rubio to satisfy a quest for constant evolution. Successful operation, the duo accompanied the thirty-five artisans gave back a second wind in the last Manufacture accredited by the French government as “Living Heritage Company”.
Then, the singer ran the workshop and discovered during his visit multiple collections. Red lacquer, studded, embroidered, leather, topped with studs or gold details, gloves had everything to seduce her. Simple, contemporary, precious accessories are also regularly winning prestigious awards such as awarded by the National Association for the Development of the Fashion Arts chaired by Pierre Bergé in 2001 or that of the “Footprint of Year ‘Talents Luxury and Creation in 2004.
Before it, Karl Lagerfeld, Madonna or Kylie Minogue have been attracted as many aesthetes who in Paris, provide the sign of refinement. Today, for this great artist, but discreet undeniable success, it will be a pair of mittens frozen lamb hand-embroidered by Lesage house in Paris.
On leaving the factory, she knew that this time of heart would hardly ephemeral and at every public appearance, his gloves are a weapon of seduction, a source of mystery. Since that day, this flagship luxury accompanies the sublime, makes strong and attractive …
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