The nominees for the 18th Talents du Luxe have just been revealed by the Centre du Luxe et de la Création. We will have to wait until June 15 to know the winners during the Luxury and Creation Summit.
We will soon know who the new luxury talents are!
The Centre du Luxe et de la Création, the sector’s think tank, will unveil the winners of the 18th edition of this exceptional award on June 15.
Held in the presence of Marie-Guite Dufay, President of the Burgundy-Franche-Comté Region, the Talents ceremony will take place at the InterContinental Paris Le Grand, during the Luxury and Creation Summit.
But in the meantime, we already know the finalists, chosen by the jury. And this in sectors as diverse as Hotels, Perfumes, Fashion, Artistic Creation, and many others…
The nominees who will compete for the Talent of Audacity are jeweler Walid Akkad; paper sculptor Rogan Brown; glass “marker” Myriam Hubert. Several figures of the Bernard Loiseau group who have been able to prolong the name of this great chef who passed away too soon, are also in the running. These include Dominique Loiseau, his widow and president of the Bernard Loiseau Group, Pascal Abernot, the director of the Relais & Châteaux Hotel, Patrick Bertron, the executive chef and Eric Goettelmann, the executive chef sommelier and director of development.
Well-being, elegance and harmony
The list of nominees for the Wellness Talent includes Riadh Bouaziz, CEO of the RKF Group (Spa and Esthetics); Anne Flipo, master perfumer at IFF; contemporary illuminator Sophie Théodose and independent art director and graphic designer Chen Xing.
Nominees for the Talent of Elegance are Vincenzo Barbini and Giovanni Barbini, glassmakers at AAV Barbini; Elliott Barnes, interior designer at Elliott Barnes Interiors; Mauro Lorenzi, CEO of Lorenzi Milano (Perfumes); Julien de Luca, Marc de Luca and Charles de Luca, all three master tailors at Camps de Luca, and each an individual finalist; Clara de Luca, communications director at Camps de Luca; and Pascal Pouliquen, general manager of Codimat Collection (flooring).
On the starting blocks of the Talent of Harmony are aligned the artist and designer Mathisse Dalstein; the calligrapher painter Yoko Imai; Caroline Petit-Mason, ceramist and entrepreneur of Three Seven Paris and finally several employees of Manufacture de Tapis de Bourgogne, that is to say Odile Dhavernas, the associate director, Claire Douerin, product manager, and Fabienne Bonnamour, tufting and weaving artisan.
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