Paris fashion designer/local native Julie de Libran returns to North County for special event

Paris fashion designer Julie de Libran – who grew up in Rancho Santa Fe and…

Paris fashion designer Julie de Libran – who grew up in Rancho Santa Fe and graduated from Torrey Pines Large School – is returning dwelling on Saturday, Dec. 11, to display screen her creations for 1 day in her childhood hometown.

Julie de Libran

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Libran’s longtime good friends Sydney Holland and Diana Malk will co-host the function from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 11, at Holland’s Rancho Santa Fe residence.

De Libran was born in France, and moved with her spouse and children to Rancho Santa Fe all through elementary university. Her mother, Corine, ran an inside style and design enterprise, Voyage En France, and her father, Peter, founded the French Champagne bakery chain, with its first locale in Rancho Santa Fe.

She researched couture in Milan and Paris just before launching her career at Christian Dior, and afterwards worked as Gianni Versace’s assistant. Her vocation route has taken her to Prada and Louis Vuitton, and she established her possess label, Julie de Libran Paris, in 2019.

According to her bio, de Libran can make only a limited quantity of every dress she models, to “ensure a stage of high-quality in design and materials that places this assortment somewhere concerning couture and ready-to-use. Each and every dress is numbered and sold in a minimal sequence, which eliminates wasteful overproduction.”

The exhibiting in Rancho Santa Fe is 1 of 3 U.S. occasions this thirty day period, together with exhibits in New York and Malibu, claimed Malk, who met de Libran when each attended R. Roger Rowe Faculty in the Rancho Santa Fe Village. Malk has recently returned to stay in Rancho Santa Fe, and she is effective with Willis Allen Authentic Estate.

All those intrigued in attending Saturday’s occasion can RSVP by getting in contact with Malk at 619-756-9056, or [email protected], or at [email protected] For more on de Libran, take a look at

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