Thalie Paris at Park Palace Monaco: Sustainable Luxury Pop-Up

 For 48 hours, the eco-designed haute maroquinerie brand founded by Nathalie Dionne has an ephemeral corner in the Carlo Ramello Couture boutique at 23, avenue de la Costa, in the Park Palace shopping mall. Fifteen bag models are on display today and tomorrow, from 11am to 7pm.



It's a rather fashionable concept. Following on from Monegasque designer Pauline Ducruet's short-lived Alter outlet at the Hôtel de Paris in mid-April, another pop-up store is being organized, this time by MVFashionEvents in collaboration with production company 241Production. It brings together the following brands: Isabel Fargnoli Monte Carlo, Poupette St Barth, Teodora Milano, Desantis by Martin Alvarez, H47, Chiara BCN Jewelry, Falconeri and Thalie Paris. The latter is well known in the Principality for having collaborated with Charlotte Siné and exhibited its eco-responsible know-how alongside the Chambre Monégasque de la Mode at Expo 2020 Dubai. For two days, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., the young brand will be showcasing some fifteen models of "marine or vegetable leather" bags designed from salmon skins recovered from catering or cactus skins thanks to a dedicated ephemeral corner located within the Carlo Ramello Couture store. Among the pieces priced between 325 and 645 euros, the Cleo Top Handle with its signature patchwork in "recycled salmon" is set to be Thalie's star model of the summer. It is presented in several colors at the pop-up.


A "pioneering designer of sustainable luxury", Nathalie Dionne has announced a new collaboration with influencer Charlotte Siné, who is about to customize a line of cactus bags. The young brand draws its origins from Greek mythology, since Thalie was the 8th daughter of Zeus and represents the joy of living as well as abundance. This story is retranscribed on the limited-edition tote bags on the corner, designed by French actor Jérémy Kapone, well known for his role in the film LOL. With some twenty sales outlets from Dubai to France and the United States, the brand is committed to an environmental and technological approach. Thalie uses the Sorga system to guarantee the authenticity of its products when you make a purchase. With just one scan of the QR Code, the customer is protected against any counterfeiting, and can retrace the history of the bag, from the recovery of materials in the tanneries of Lyon to its production in a "Living Heritage Company" workshop in the Tarn region of France.



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