Sonia Rykiel

Sonia Rykiel urged women to be eccentric, seductive, mysterious, and to create their own style. She arrived (in every sense of the word) on Paris’ Left Bank in Saint-Germain-des-Prés in 1968.

The neighborhood was a haven to artists from the world over and she quickly became its heart.

The movement she created was intimately linked to the ready-to-wear revolution taking place in 1970s Paris. She typified a new generation of designers who launched their own labels outside the established system of Haute Couture.

Work

  • Fashion Bloggers Program in Hong-Kong