Issue 3 of Peut-être (I dub it the 'Haute Couture issue') is out now!
As Peut-être's Fashion and Lifestyle writer and Editor, I am so excited to share about this beautiful 'magazine', which is really more a photography or coffee book (filled with exclusive photographs by the incredibly talented and lovely photographer, creative-director and editor-in-chief Nathalie Malric).
This third quarterly issue takes you ‘behind the scenes’ of Haute Couture shows by Chanel (including a look behind the curtains of its Haute Couture atelier), Didit Hediprasetyo, Basil Soda and exciting ‘new’ designers Yiqing Yin and Iris Van Herpen. It also features interviews with cake ‘Haute Couture’ designer Rachel Mount, French artist Cendrine Rovini, Argentinian model Lucho Jacob, and much more.
Available to view online, you can also purchase your stunning hard copy here and in several prestigious stores in Paris (such as Colette and Palais de Tokyo), run, don't walk to get your copy:
Polaroid photo shoot with cover girl Gabrielle Dubois, wearing Christophe Josse Haute Couture
Exclusive behind-the-scenes of stunning Haute Couture shows
Incredible detailing at Basil Soda
The 'water dress' by Iris Van Herpen
Ethereal beauty at Yiqing Yin
Nathalie takes an exclusive look 'behind the curtains' of Chanel's Haute Couture Ateliers, capturing the amazing details and work-in-progress of Haute Couture runway pieces
Backstage before the actual Haute Couture runway show
Exclusive photo shoot and interview with dreamy-eyed Argentinian model Lucho Jacob
Edible works-of-art by Rachel Mount (and an exclusive interview)
Interview with artist Cendrine Rovini
all images courtesy and copyright of Peut-être Magazine