Pierre-Louis Mascia expresses his colorful creativity through stoles and scarves, bags and even knitted jackets. The French designer imagines accessories so wide, they become garments in their own right.
After studying at the Parisian School of Fine Arts, he became an illustrator for Vogue USA, ELLE, and even drew for Chanel and Yohji Yamamoto. He went on to launch his eponymous brand in 2007, teaming up with Achille Pinto, a printing company based in Como. Under Toulouse’s sun, Pierre-Louis Mascia imagines his collections, before sending the pieces to be produced beneath the Italian blue sky.
In love with patchwork and cut-ups, he creates never-ending counterintuitive patterns filled with harmoniously diverse details.
In Pierre-Louis Mascia’s hands, Fall/Winter 2016 strikes back with an ensemble of oh so peculiar and heartwarming colors and patterns. Stripes, tartans and checks meet camo, animal or ethnic prints, merging influences, continents and stories into the same textile, surrealistic fable.