Veste Mangrove - Venitz
Veste Mangrove - Venitz
Veste Mangrove - Venitz
Veste Mangrove - Venitz


Mangrove Jacket

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The Upcycling Couture artisanal line is part of a textile upcycling process by giving life to fabric scraps from Couture houses on second-hand or unsold clothing.

It is in the Biarritz workshop that Morgane fashioned this vintage denim jacket into a unique piece using her expertise from haute couture. (little hand in the Chanel Workshop for 14 years / Syndicale de la Couture Parisienne chamber / Rochefort Gold Embroidery school)

Size: M
Workshop time: 11 hours
Upcycled fabrics: Fabric from furnishings
The patterns are devoured, the heart of the flowers and re-embroidered.
Removable shoulder pads

The creator

After a childhood spent by the sea and studies focused on the visual arts, Morgane moved towards her passion, clothing. She began with a Gold Embroidery school then the Chambre Syndicale de la Couture Parisienne.

In 2005 she joined the house of Chanel, which allowed her to be at the heart of the Haute Couture and Ready-to-wear collections for fourteen years, and as a “little hand” created Karl Lagerfeld's models. These years of experience have allowed him to have patience, attention to detail and a concern for perfection.

The approach to noble materials and the study of clothing lines push her to seek product excellence and to combine the aesthetic and practical side of clothing.

Always in search of harmony, Morgane flourishes through the sourcing of materials and their history, as well as the choice of colors and patterns by co-creating a clothing brand made in France during these years in Paris.

Her eco-responsible commitment pushes her to leave the capital to rediscover values ​​that are close to her heart. A way of life where we take the time to do things mindfully. The Basque country, her region of heart, is a real source of inspiration for her.

The brand

More than a brand, Venitz is an awareness of the need to reduce our consumption impact. It mixes an aesthetic inspired by the relaxed and free atmosphere of Venice Beach with the codes of elegance found in Biarritz. This contraction of the two names illustrates a particular mix which gives life to an urban fashion resolutely focused on the ocean.