Since January 2020 the FHCM has been operating with the support of LE DEFI and L’Oréal Paris – SPHERE – Paris Fashion Week® showroom. SPHERE is part of its policy of supporting young designers and brings together a group of brands selected for their creativity and development potential. This season, the showroom will take place at the Palais de Tokyo from September 30th to October 4th from 10:30 am to 6:30 pm. The version online is powered by Le New Black and Grand Shooting.


  • Blue Marble

    Blue Marble

    BLUE MARBLE Paris based brand, created by Anthony Alvarez in 2017. Each collection is inspired by a particular city, chosen for its heritage and sub-cultures. Blue Marble’s aesthetic is the one of an urban prince showing off a rebellious nature and a desire to shake up establishment.
  • Borami Viguier

    Boramy Viguier

    Boramy Viguier studied at Central Saint Martins and successively joined the studios of Craig Green and Alexander McQueen before joining the Lanvin house. He created his eponymous brand in 2018. In 2019, it is a semi-finalist for the LVMH Prize as well as a finalist for the L'ANDAM Prize. Its collections quickly catch the attention of buyers.
  • Boyarovskaya


    Boyarovskaya is a women's clothing brand based in Paris and founded in 2016 by Maria Boyarovskaya and Artem Kononenko. Deconstructing the codes of couture, their clothes are minimalist and often decomposable. Their designs are characterized by efficient cuts with a modern elegance. Boyarovskaya is mentored by FHCM since 2018.
  • Egonlab


    The aesthetics of EGONlab is deeply inspired by artistic movements having greatly influenced our contemporary society. Each collection will showcase a reinterpretation of these revolutions and the ripple effects following their fruition. Merging fashion, music, motion design, and art, EGONlab wants to be a unique brand but also a movement.
  • Germanier


    Graduated from the Geneva University of Art and Design and the Central Saint Martins, Kévin Germanier reach the attention of professionals thanks to his eco-friendly approach. He was soon entrusted with the creation of the first sustainable collection for the Chinese luxury brand Shanghai Tang. Upon his return, he joined Louis Vuitton. In 2018, Germanier launches his eponymous brand.
  • Kenneth Ize

    Kenneth Ize

    Kenneth Ize studied fashion and design in the university of Applied arts of Vienna. After graduating under Hussein Chalayan, he launches, in 2015, his eponymous label who seeks to reinterpret Nigerian craftsmanship to create an original vision of luxury. He works with weavers and many groups of artisans and designers from Nigeria to perpetuate the long tradition of local craftsmanship.
  • Mansour Martin

    Mansour Martin

    In 2019, Mansour Badjoko and Martin Liesnard combine their experiences, in fashion for one with studies at La Cambre and Insititut Français de la Mode, in management for the other and launch Mansour Martin. Mansour Martin proposes a sustainable and respectful fashion which is designed for men and women, with pop, urban and cultural inspirations.
  • Mossi


    Designer Mossi Traore is purposed and leads two projects at the same time. The first one is a social and solidarity project oriented towards training and integration, a sewing school allowing to learn, to cultivate a know-how and to exercise it. The second is a fashion brand offering clothes with pure lines and a timeless aesthetic. Those two projects combine in his collections, designed and produced in workshops in the Parisian suburbs.
  • Thebe Magugu

    Thebe Magugu

    Thebe Magugu studied design, fashion and photography at the prestigious LISOF School of Fashion design in Johannesburg. He launched his brand in 2015 after several experiences with brands and designers. Proudly African, Thebe Magugu has the strong desire to elevate the view of African fashion. He creates modern clothes with an African twist, employing local resources from fabric weaving to manufacturing while using local crafters and artisans.