American Vintage
at the design parade
19th edition

American Vintage has been a partner of the Hyères International Festival of Fashion, Photography and Fashion Accessories for the past three years and is now heading to Toulon. From 27 to 30 June, the Marseille-based brand will celebrate its first partnership with the 2019 Design Parade.
Simon Moisière & Jean rodet

Platform of
expression
for young
artists

Maximilien Pellet & Zoé Pitier
American Vintage likes to keep it in the family.
The American Vintage Photography Award has been presented at Hyères Festival since 2017, and the Marseille-based brand is working once again with Jean-Pierre Blanc, Founder and Director of the Toulon Design Parade since 2006.
The idea is to support emerging creative talents from the world of design and interior design.
Pauline Bailay & Hugo Poirier
This year once again, the brand gave carte blanche to three photographers to reinterpret the Spring Summer 2019 collection in an artistic design project. In 2018, set designers Kim Haddou and Florent Dufourcq, winners of the Toulon Van Cleef & Arpels Grand Prize, created the in-store design for an exhibition by Sarah Mei Herman, winner of the American Vintage Photography Award.
Ayayi Victoria & Vuillemin Gabriel

Supporting
interior
design talents

Audrey Guimard & Bérénice Golmann-Pupponi
Egio Lisa & Kervyn Elliot
The Toulon Design Parade is the first French festival fully dedicated to interior design, showcasing ten new talents every year. The festivities take place in both Toulon (interior design) and Villa Noailles in Hyères (design). American Vintage will be in Toulon for the duration of the festival and will present a prize to the winner of the interior design category.
Céline Thibault, Géraud Pellottiero
Sandro Della Noce & Caroline Wolewinski
Whose talent will be put to work in designing the window displays for a selection of American Vintage stores..
Maëva Prigent
Hugo Drubay