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Philippe Model is not only the trademark but also the name of the most appreciated milliner by the stylists. Born in Sens, France, he began to design hats as an autodidact, later he succeeded in working at the Maison Riva Marchesi as milliner, then, at the famous Madame Paulette. In 1981 he launched his griffe and even if his articles were totally countertendency compared with the style of that period which considered the cap quite out of fashion, Philippe Model had a great success and big stylists such as Gaultier, Mugler, Miyake and Montana were enthusiastic about him. At the same time he launched his own line of glovels, bags and shoes.
The Philippe Model’s project has recovered his magnificence when Paolo Gambato, a well-known Italian designer, met, by chance, the French designer. Thanks to that meeting we can assist to a creative exchange where the Italian creative genius is joint to the French bonton. The first shoe, created by the two artists is called “Paris” in order to pay tribute to the city in which the stylist Philippe Model began his career. From that moment outlandish ideas in terms of style and color-matching continue to follow one other.