The Philippine Star

Clivia No­bili brings a rev­o­lu­tion­ary twist to of­fice wear

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French de­signer Clivia No­bili will show­case her avante-garde cor­po­rate collection in Beau Tra­vail, a fash­ion pre­sen­ta­tion and ex­hibit at the SM Aura Premier Atrium. The fash­ion show will take place on Feb. 16, while the ex­hibit will be un­til Feb. 19.

The fash­ion show “Beau Tra­vail,” which means “good job” or “good work” in French, aims to bring a rev­o­lu­tion­ary twist to cor­po­rate at­tires that will still be wear­able in the Philip­pines.

A joint project of The Em­bassy of France in the Philip­pines, in part­ner­ship with SM Aura Premier, the event is part of Phil France: Feel French, a cel­e­bra­tion of 70 years of Franco-Philip­pine Friend­ship.

Beau Tra­vail high­lights art de vivre, the art of liv­ing in a style that is dis­tinctly French, a unique way to im­merse one­self in the plea­sures of gas­tron­omy, fash­ion, cul­ture and sports with fam­ily and friends.

Olivia No­bili took evening classes at the Fash­ion In­sti­tute Tech­nol­ogy, New York and was an as­sis­tant stylist for Charles Jour­dan from 1994 to 1995. She was also a cos­tume de­signer for films, TV se­ries, and ad­ver­tis­ing ma­te­ri­als for Peu­geot, Dé­cathlon, Re­nault, Premier Sus­pect, and Mar­i­on­naud, then later be­came the de­signer of work wear for Chas­sag­nette restau­rant, the Opéra of Lille, the Grand Palais Lille, and Auchan Depart­ment Store.

The “Beau Tra­vail” fash­ion show and ex­hibit will be one of the many ex­cit­ing fash­ion events at SM Aura Premier.

 ??  ?? French de­signer Clivia No­bil will show­case her avant-garde cor­po­rate clothes in a fash­ion show and ex­hibit at SM Aura Premier as part of the Phil France: Feel French cel­e­bra­tions.
French de­signer Clivia No­bil will show­case her avant-garde cor­po­rate clothes in a fash­ion show and ex­hibit at SM Aura Premier as part of the Phil France: Feel French cel­e­bra­tions.
 ??  ?? Clivia No­bili’s col­lec­tions are the sin­cere ex­pres­sion of how fash­ion mixes artis­tic cre­ation with tech­nique.
Clivia No­bili’s col­lec­tions are the sin­cere ex­pres­sion of how fash­ion mixes artis­tic cre­ation with tech­nique.
 ??  ?? Each of No­bili’s cre­ations is in­spired by the pop­u­lar mem­ory. Her clothes are made in France, from cot­ton made in the tra­di­tional way, and col­ored in col­lab­o­ra­tion with color­ing mas­ters to as­sure qual­ity that down to the minute de­tails of but­ton­holes...
Each of No­bili’s cre­ations is in­spired by the pop­u­lar mem­ory. Her clothes are made in France, from cot­ton made in the tra­di­tional way, and col­ored in col­lab­o­ra­tion with color­ing mas­ters to as­sure qual­ity that down to the minute de­tails of but­ton­holes...
 ??  ?? Clivia No­bili’s lines are sim­ple, pure, func­tional and time­less.
Clivia No­bili’s lines are sim­ple, pure, func­tional and time­less.
 ??  ?? Mod­ern in style, No­bili’s clothes free the move­ment of an ac­tive clien­tele, con­cerned with el­e­gance, as well as prac­ti­cal­ity.
Mod­ern in style, No­bili’s clothes free the move­ment of an ac­tive clien­tele, con­cerned with el­e­gance, as well as prac­ti­cal­ity.
 ??  ?? No­bili’s en­sem­bles de­fine a style and an at­ti­tude that make up the new ur­ban cool.
No­bili’s en­sem­bles de­fine a style and an at­ti­tude that make up the new ur­ban cool.
 ??  ?? No­bili’s style brings a rev­o­lu­tion­ary twist on work wear with­out sac­ri­fic­ing com­fort.
No­bili’s style brings a rev­o­lu­tion­ary twist on work wear with­out sac­ri­fic­ing com­fort.
 ??  ?? No­bili’s de­signs pay cre­ative homage to util­i­tar­ian clothes for men and women, es­tab­lish­ing a new lan­guage ex­pressed through a line of pieces in cot­ton.
No­bili’s de­signs pay cre­ative homage to util­i­tar­ian clothes for men and women, es­tab­lish­ing a new lan­guage ex­pressed through a line of pieces in cot­ton.
 ??  ?? The codes of pop cul­ture of the 20th cen­tury have marked No­bili’s style. Her col­lec­tions re­fer to the em­blem of func­tion­al­ity of cloth­ing rep­re­sented by work­wear.
The codes of pop cul­ture of the 20th cen­tury have marked No­bili’s style. Her col­lec­tions re­fer to the em­blem of func­tion­al­ity of cloth­ing rep­re­sented by work­wear.
 ??  ?? No­bili’s col­lec­tions are an ode to the mod­ern work­ing-class he­roes. These are men and women in move­ment re­flect­ing the lib­er­ated ur­ban class.
No­bili’s col­lec­tions are an ode to the mod­ern work­ing-class he­roes. These are men and women in move­ment re­flect­ing the lib­er­ated ur­ban class.

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