Since January 2020, the FHCM has operated SPHERE – Paris Fashion Week® showroom, with the support of LE DEFI and L’Oréal Paris. SPHERE is part of its mission to support emerging designers. It brings together a group of brands invited to the official calendar or fashion prize winner, selected for their creativity and development potential 

Womenswear Spring/Summer 2023 showroom session will take place at the Palais de Tokyo from Wednesday September 28th to Sunday October 4th, 2022. A digital version will also be available by invitation with the help of Le New Black and Grand Shooting.

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September Session

  • Benjamin Benmoyal

    Benjamin Benmoyal

    Benjamin Benmoyal is a graduate of Central Saint Martins. He then studied at Alexander McQueen and Hermès and founded his eponymous brand in 2020. Eco-responsibility and experimentation are at the centre of his work as he creates a unique fabric woven from VHS and audio tapes. Inspired by his origins, he reinterprets the volumes and drapes of traditional Moroccan outfits.
  • Christoph Rumpf

    Christoph Rumpf

    Christoph Rumpf won the grand prix du jury at the Hyéres Festival in 2019, finished his studies at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna in 2020 and founded his eponymous brand in 2021. Wiith a modern approach and a sustainable point of view, he is creating collections for the modern sophisticated man and woman, mixing his taste for traditional tailoring and graphic prints.
  • 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 glamour approach. After collaborating in China for the luxury brand Shanghai Tang, then Louis Vuitton in Paris, he begins in 2018 the Germanier adventure, and stand out by his silhouettes using dead stocks of fabrics, pearls and rhinestones, loved by many stars like Kristen Stewart or Björk.
  • Lecourt Mansion

    Lecourt Mansion

    Nix created her brand in 2017, just after graduating from Ecole Chardon-Savard in Paris. It is in her Parisian studio that she designs flamboyant evening wear silhouettes adored by celebrities such as Miley Cyrus and Madonna. Lecourt Mansion won the Pierre Bergé prize from Andam in 2019.
  • Maitrepierre


    After studying at La Cambre in Brussels and internships at Jean-Paul Gaultier and Acne, Alphonse Maitrepierre founded his eponymous brand in 2019. Mixing technological innovation and ecology, he masters an assumed old-fashioned with structured jersey silhouettes and colorful prints. In 2021, he won the Prix de la Ville de Paris Prize Emerging Brand and was also noticed for his collaborations with Emmanuelle Khan and Desigual.

    After studying fashion at Central Saint Martins in London, Alex Po and Derek Cheng founded the brand PONDER.ER in 2019. In their collection, they question gender issues. They particularly work with pleats, knitwear and smocks and present pieces with graphic and strong visuals. In June 2022, they were awarded with the Yu Prize.
  • 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. Thebe Magugu has the strong desire to elevate the view of African fashion. He creates modern clothes with an African twist, employing local resources, using local crafters and artisans. The brand won 2019 LVMH Prize and in 2022 made a collection for AZ Factory.

June Session

  • Arturo Obegero

    Arturo Obegero

    Arturo Obegero studied pattern making for a few years before joining Central Saint Martins, from which he graduated in 2018. After a year's experience in the workshops of the House of Lanvin, he chose to launch his own brand. His ready-to-wear is inspired by dance, surrealist and neo-noir movements. His designs make up a romantic, sensual and austere wardrobe for both men and women.
  • 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. The brand was awarded 2021 Andam Pierre Bergé Prize.
  • Jeanne Friot

    Jeanne Friot

    Jeanne Friot is a Paris-based, genderless brand founded in 2020. The brand produces limited edition pieces made from recycled or upcycled materials. Jeanne Friot, who graduated from the Duperré school and then from the French Fashion Institute in 2018, has worked for several houses including Balenciaga. The young designer creates ethical and inclusive fashion, made in France.
  • Louis Gabriel Nouchi

    LGN Louis-Gabriel Nouchi

    Founded in Paris in 2017 by Louis-Gabriel Nouchi, LGN offers a unique vision of a new masculine elegance that combines details of a sportswear and a classic suit. A true bibliophile since childhood, the creative director makes each collection a tribute to a book or writer who forged his view of the world.
  • Lukhanyo Mdingi

    Lukhanyo Mdingi

    Based in South Africa and founded in 2015, Lukhanyo Mdingi's eponymous brand has benefited from the support of the Ethical Fashion program and was awarded 2021 LVMH Karl Lagerfeld Prize. Using sustainable materials in collaboration with local artisans, he likes to describe his approach as honest.
  • Steven Passaro

    Steven Passaro

    After graduating from the London College of Fashion in 2018, Steven Passaro presented his first collection in London the following year and launched his eponymous brand. Steven Passaro rethinks menswear by blending Savile Row-inspired perfect tailoring and 3D virtual prototyping technology.
  • Valette Studio

    Valette Studio

    Pierre-François Valette launched his brand in Paris in 2020, after training at the Ecole de la Chambre Syndicale de la Couture Parisienne, the Isabel Marant studios and the Maison Saint Laurent. VALETTE STUDIO strives to reinterpret the men's wardrobe while respecting a classic construction, which it softens in order to give them a more contemporary look. Particularly attached to the transmission and the sustainable future, he values both traditional techniques and the craftsmen with whom he collaborates.

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