Art and fashion highlighting the colors of vine and wine

An exceptional exhibition was inaugurated at the Musée du Vin de Paris on 26 September 2016. Larissa NOURY, colorist for art, fashion design and architecture, presented her new collection of tactile paintings and painted dresses designed in collaboration with the couturier Jean-Marie PUJOL. Her paintings and a series of “living scenes” during the fashion show, depicted gradings of reds, green and other colors associated to the cycle of the vine and the diversity of wines.

The guests were welcomed by Claude JOSSE, Grand Chancelier du Conseil des Echansons de France , the wine brotherhood which owns the Paris Wine Museum, Jean-Jacques HERVY and Monique JOSSE, respectively its Curator and Manager as well as Johann MATRAT, its commercial director.. The guest of honor was H.E. Pavel LATUSHKA, ambassador of BELARUS, Larissa’s home country, great wine connoisseur and as such, ambassador of Saint Emilion through his induction in the Jurade. Also to be noted the presence of H.R.H. the Princess Tania de BOURBON-PARME, Patrick CALLET, president of the French Color Center, Hélène de CLERMONT-GALLERANDE, director at Chanel Parfums-Beauté, Alan BRYDEN, president of F.I.C.B. and many others, together with media representatives.

Overall, a wonderful event, very Parisian, where, once more, one could witness how much vine and wine inspire artists! The exhibition of paintings will remain for several weeks at the Musée du Vin de Paris for the pleasure of the eyes of its visitors.

Larissa NOURY between H.E. LATUSHKA and Alan BRYDEN
A selection of the hand painted dresses with couturier J.M.PUJOL
A selection of the hand painted dresses with couturier J.M.PUJOL
The “finale” of the fashion show
The poster of the on going exhibition at the Paris Wine Museum

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