Born in Nice, designer Christelle Moret leads a bohemian life. Throughout her travels from Bali to St Barth ... This sun lover perfectly masters the combinations of colors and prints that she transcribes in her collections imagined in her studio in Cannes. Self-taught and Passionate, she launched her brand in 2012. Combining lightness with this boho-chic spirit which represents so much this designer full of life and imagination. Its collections are created and dyed by hand in France.
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Christelle is a creative and creating her first ponchos was therapy for her after losing her father at the end of 2012. Her white cotton ponchos, she began to soak them in different dyes. A process that gives each piece a unique hue and an artisan side. As she begins posting her first models on social media, the idea is popular and she is quickly contacted by an agent who offers to create a brand. This is how Les Néobourgeoises was born at the end of 2013.
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Christelle has traveled a lot to be inspired. Then she started production with two ponchos and 12 colors: those of the rainbow. And it didn’t take long for success to come. The collection was then enriched with silks with varied and airy patterns. Today, the Les Néobourgeoises brand is present in around fifteen boutiques in France and around twenty abroad. From New York to Ibiza, from Saudi Arabia to Reunion, Christelle’s dresses and ponchos appeal to city dwellers as well as vacationers. It must be said that the light cotton used and the silk are suitable for all seasons.
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Even though the brand is sold around the world, the manufacturing process has not changed. Christelle designs the white dresses which are then produced by two manufacturers: one in Nice and one in Bali. Then the designer takes care of the coloring herself at home. She soaks the dresses in different draperies and then lets them dry: a technique she only masters, since it only takes a few seconds for the color to change. And she works as a family, her mother managing the making of the pompoms. Les Néobourgeoises now has four collections of ten models, but thanks to this special manufacturing process, each dress is unique. The designer already has a boutique in Cannes and wants to develop her sunny universe.