Paris🇫🇷 capital of fashion or fashion in capital. 2017 winner of the school @Studio Mode Paris #MaximeFernandes will come to present his #sustainable, colorful and 80’s inspired collection, within the framework of our solidary festival #SolveMe2017.
A unique and warm universe, open to the world in the image of its creator Get ready to embark on the planet 🌍 #namek Saturday 26 August from 7pm

Designer Maxime Fernandes with model Bibi Sonia Yanké
Designer Maxime Fernandes with model Bibi Sonia Yanké

To mark its 8th edition, as part of “Résous-Moi 2017: I Am The Link That I Weave” #ParisParRuesMéconnues decided to organize, again a fashion show.

But with the difference, that to stick to the theme of citizenship, solidarity and ethics and sustainable, the fashion show has an ethical, ethnic and solidarity goal

Designs by Maxime Fernandes- Collection Planet Namek
Designs by Maxime Fernandes- Collection Planet Namek
Designs by Maxime Fernandes- Collection Planet Namek
Designs by Maxime Fernandes- Collection Planet Namek

The 8th edition of the Résous-Moi festival has kept all its promises and even despite a rather risky choice of date, the last weekend of August, but this did not prevent  onlookers, passers-by, walkers and tourists from enjoying  the festive atmosphere. During a last summer weekend, everyone had a memorable time in a charming neighborhood!

On Friday, August 25, the festivities began under the sign of art with the exhibition of paintings by Bertrand Bellon before continuing, in the hidden heights of the
Haut Belleville gardens for an evening of networking with the exotic flavors of “Les Boissons Uniques d’Angénic ” and organic with “ l’Athanor Pizza  ” which delighted our tastebuds.

In terms of sound, a soulful, groovy performance full of good vibrations of the band N’tsoa. Composed of Nirintoa finalist of the New Star 2016, his sister, his niece and their best friend.
Hold on to this name, because it’s for sure that we will hear about this group soon! And helping to reveal it was also a real moment of pleasure.

Nayliz, Henintsoa & Nirintsoa - Group Ntsoa
Nayliz, Henintsoa & Nirintsoa – Group Ntsoa
Nayliz, Henintsoa & Nirintsoa - Group Ntsoa
Nayliz, Henintsoa & Nirintsoa – Group Ntsoa

On Saturday 26 under a bright sun, the festival made its entrance with a fanfare on the heights of the park of Belleville, punctuated by the ragga
ragga of Top-One Frisson, who made people dance to the sounds of his new hit “On n’est pas fatigué”.

A bit like the motto of the two other concerts that followed, N’tsoa and Riri de Montsouris, with a gentle introduction to the
to admire a multi-faceted national site with a breathtaking view of the capital.

Copyright Olivier Jully
Copyright Olivier Jully
Parc de Belleville
Parc de Belleville

 

As soon as they entered the place, the public was able to make the acquaintance of this brochette of artists as beautiful as eclectic for this summer edition unprecedented as for the date.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Always in perpetual innovation, the festival proposed sessions of zenitude to approach the re-entry with a maximum of with Timila, yoga teacher for adults at Paris Yoga Movement founded by Laurent Lo , yogi for 10 years.

 

 

Timila Yoga
Timila Yoga

 

 

 

 

During their wandering, the festival-goers could also discover unusual corners, have fun strolling in the streets, to live a moment of anthology with Badue Batucada which marked the festival-goers thanks  with its explosive performance
Inaugurating the gardens of the Carré de Baudouin pavilion, the tambolileros drummed their instruments and danced on notes of samba reggae offering a show as few have the chance to live on a festival, creating communion  with the onlookers, passers-by and inhabitants in a communicative and joyful trance .

 

Our tracking game

 

 

Our top artists

Top One Frisson
Top One Frisson
Riri Montsouris
Riri Montsouris

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The official photos of Résous-Moi 2017 Charity High Fashion Show.

 

Beneficiaries: The Dogbolo family in Ivory Coast, Tiébélé  Art Village, Projet Baobab France,

Thanks for all the collected goods

Videos, photos  by all the copyrighted  photographers and Laurent Lo

Principal sponsorsMairie de Paris 19, Mairie de Paris 20, L’oréal Paris, Cosette café, Le Vieux Belleville, L’Athanor, Fine l’Epicerie de Belleville, , De Punta en Blanco, Boutique Rouge Grenade, Paris Yoga,

Major sponsors: Monoprix, Eureka ma maison Etablissements Fournel, Ecouter-Voir,, Kenka Chaussures Ecologiques,  Association Le Ratrait, MyLittle Paris..

“Thanks to each one of you sharing, talking about the project , so willing to see and act beyond the tighness of your everyday life confort zone, so we can help the youth to get an education and thus a future!! 🙏🏻 Thanks to all for helping us get this far!

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