Haiti - Social : The diadem that will crown Miss Haiti, a creation 100% Haitian
It is the Miss Haiti Committee, who wanted to give that special touch to the crown that will bring our Miss Haiti 2014 "We wanted a very touch very Haitian," indicated Karine Beauvoir, the Committee Coordinator.
"Enhancing the beauty of our crafts, the dexterity of artists and craftsmen and all this in favor of this beautiful adventure hat is Miss Haiti, it was a great challenge for me and Lionel St. Eloi," declared ascale Theard whose creations of fashion items is very known to the public.
Lionel Saint Eloi and Pascale Théard, creators of the diadem of Miss Haiti 2014
This gem of Haitian art, will crown Saturday at the Karibe Convention Center, Miss Haiti 2014, after the grand final, presented by the Hollywood actor Jimmy Jean Louis of Haitian descent, interpreter of Toussaint Louverture in the film the same name in the presence of many personalities and a public came to admire the finalists, each more beautiful than the other. Claude-Alix Bertrand, the captain of the Haiti Team Polo will be guest of honor at the official evening https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-11976-haiti-sports-haiti-polo-team-captain-claude-alix-bertrand-will-be-honored.html
Learn more about Lionel Saint Eloi :
Lionel Saint Eloi was born June 25, 1950 in Port-au-Prince is from the "Poto Mitan" Workshop of Port-au-Prince where he received his first lessons in painting, music and physical expression with Tiga, Patrick Vilaire and Frido, founders of this school.
Essentially painter until 1990, Saint Eloi drew from voodoo and its ceremonial the strongest of his subjects. Under the embargo, white paint, base of his work, ran out he began the sculpture, which became his primary means of expression. Finally dedicated at its first sculpture exhibition in 1992 at the Art Center, Lionel St. Eloi made a brilliant career that led him on the walls of museums and galleries of Haiti, New York, Paris, Liverpool, Havana Santo Domingo...
Learn more about Pascale Théard :
Creator and Franco-Haitian designer, Pascale Théard studied marketing ox luxe in Paris and the art of Shoes in Italy. After entering the world of noble leather of Berluti, Massaro and Hermes, she returned to Haiti in 2003, where she created er own brand of "sandals jewelry" Pascale Théard Creations and launched her first collection.
She draws her inspiration from voodoo artistic expression, with sequins and glitter which are the essential components. This fashion designer borrows designs and traditions of this sparkling embroidery of mysticism, isible every day in Haiti, to bring it down to the feet of women, their handbags and accessories. Cow, goat, lamb ... All leather used to make its accessories are chosen for their quality. Czech beads and sequins from Parisian used by the haute couture from the best sources and are carefully selected for their colors and brilliance.
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