EMMANUELLE KHANH PARIS signs a mini-series, tribute to the 80s for its new Eyewear campaign.

This season EMMANUELLE KHANH PARIS stages its last eyewear collection through a series of offbeat mini-movies. Immersed into the private life of the Emmanuelle Khanh woman, we discover her extravagances and her disproportionate love for her glasses. Essential to her happiness, they enter her everyday life in a surprising way, from her bed to her bath. With the Héritage line’s acetate frames and the Studio collection’s fine and precious metal, the House reveals the evolution of its universe, feminine and colorful.

Under Eva Gaumé’s artistic direction, in charge of the House’s eyewear creation, and
shooted by the photographer Alice Kong, this series celebrates the free and bold spirit of the Emmanuelle Khanh women. Inspired by the founder’s universe and the 80s’ atmosphere, the image of the HDV camera appears like a sweet journey trought time.

Emmanuelle Khanh, ready-to-wear pioneer, revolutionizes the feminine wardrobe at the end of the 60s with the vision of an emancipated woman. She imagines a line of frames with oversized volumes, which will quickly become the signature of her audacieu style. Faithful to the House’s original spirit of avant-garde and independence, collections are designed in Paris and mainly made in France and in Japan in the tradition of an authentic know-how.

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