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Éric Tibusch is a French artistic director, couturier and fashion designer.
Having always been attracted by the world of fashion, Eric Tibusch reached Paris at 18 years old, where he learned and worked in fashion. Recognizing the talent of the young man, Jean Paul Gaultier took responsibility for his shows abroad. With eight years alongside a major current master of haute couture, he continue to develop and refine his knowledge. When he left the house Jean-Paul Gaultier, he was offered the leadership of a new development program for Kopenhagen Fur Company in 2005, during which he collaborated with houses such as Karl Lagerfeld and John Galliano among others.
Tibusch eventually opened his own house of couture in July 2006; the name of his first collection was "happiness", a tribute to his two heritages: Tahitian and French. Convinced that there is a modern and affordable fashion, he called it "young couture", dedicating his art to the use of materials that are both luxurious and technological. An unconventional and visionary creator, he created in 2010 a chocolate dress for the Chocolate Fashion show in Paris and New York. The same year, he was commissioned to create the costumes of the characters Jake and Neytiri from James Cameron, Avatar for the global launch of the DVD and Blu-ray at the Virgin Megastore in Paris.
He dusted off the catwalks around the world by organizing presentations collection. In October 2012, he launched his first ready to wear women collection. It participates in international events such as the Festival of Cannes and Marrakech and works closely with film artists and music.Today the designer diversifying its activities by extending its creativity ready to wear, to men's fashion and jewelry.
From January 2012, he officiated as artistic adviser to the Clio Blue House, with which it has signed an exclusive license for its jewelry line "Eric Tibusch for Clio Blue", a line of high-end jewelry for the women and men. Beyond the chic and classic emblems brand Clio Blue, Eric Tibusch brings a contemporary vision of magical. In 2013, during his couture winter 2013/2014 for the occasion he joined the French Offshore brand and high-end designer Marc Cotelle chairs, with which it has created an exclusive line of models of chairs and armchairs.
In July 2013, it has presented its 15th couture collection at Pierre Cardin space for this couture autumn–winter 2013–2014, the designer Claude Montana participated in the collection by designing three models. A collection welcomed and acclaimed by the French and international press.
Now, Eric Tibusch is in China where he signed a lot of new contracts to design some new collection!