For the 11th Edition of “Frimousses de Créateurs” Artists and Designers Unveil “Wonderful Paris!”
PARIS, 14th November, 2013, PRNewswire/- The 2013 edition of “Frimousses de Créateurs”, an art exhibition benefiting UNICEF France, pays tribute to the city that symbolizes art and fashion: Paris.
This year’s theme “Wonderful Paris” honors the fashion capital that has been the setting of the Frimousses de Créateurs exhibition for more than 10 years. This major event in Paris enables UNICEF to fund an immunization program in Darfur focused on education and the mobilization of the public rights and child protection.
Some of the world’s top fashion designers and artists contribute their imagination and creativity to this honorable cause by creating their own version of “Wonderful Paris,” a magical, incredible, turbulent, surprising, generous city.
Fashion houses Dior, Chanel, Vuitton, Gucci, Lanvin, Saint-Laurent as well as independent designers such as Jean-Paul Gaultier, Alexis Mabille, Chantal Thomass invest their talents for the cause.
Contemporary artists Richard Orlinsky, Jerome Mesnager, Carlos Cruz-Diez, Ma Tse Lin bring their talents to this new edition as well as the photographers Ali Mahdavi, Tiery B., Eric Bottero and Lisa Roze with the singer -M-. Once again, Mercedes Erra will be the President of the Honorary Committee as Lara Fabian as patron of this charity action like the year before.
With the support of the society Media6, set design will be performed by the creative director and curator Frédéric Fontan, continued support for many years.
The exhibition of this new edition will be held from November 25 to December 1 at the Petit Palais, a loyal partner of the event. The auction of these works, organized by Artcurial, will be held on December 2, 2013, in the evening at the Four Seasons Hotel George V, a new partner of the event.
With over one million vaccines distributed last year in Darfur, UNICEF and all partners of Frimousses de Créateurs hope “Wonderful Paris” will continue to bring hope and give a better future to the children of Darfur.