The 18th Annual Designer Christmas Trees From Les Sapins de Noel des Createurs, Part II.
The non-profit organization, Les Sapins de Noël des Créateurs (The Designers Christmas Trees), has been raising funds with its prestigious charity event for 18 years. Every December, renowned personalities from the world of fashion, design or architecture, bring their talent to offer their unique take on the traditional Christmas tree. I have shared with you many of their previous designer Christmas trees here, here and here
Yesterday was the first half of this post featuring trees by Agent Provocateur, Ali Mahdavi, Chantal Thomass, Christian Ghion, Dali Parfums, Damien Da Rocha, Diane von Furstenberg, Didier Ludot La petite robe noire, Dior, Élie Saab, Emilio Pucci, Esmod Paris by Ioannis Guia, Hermès - Petit h by Pascale Mussard, Hervé Van der Straeten, Francis Kurkdjian, Jean-Charles de Castelbajac, Jean-Claude Jitrois, Jean-Jacques Ory and Jean-Paul Gaultier - so if you missed that, better check out those trees as well.
Now, for the second half of the Designer Christmas Trees for the 18th Les Sapins de Noel des Createurs (shown in alphabetical order).
Louis Gérin and Grégory Lamaud - Les Garçons:
Philippe Soussan (shown with the artist):
Ruben Alterio (shown with the artist):
Thanos Kyriakides - Blind Adam:
The only images missing are those of images of trees by Francis Kurkdjian, Mathilde de l'Écotais and Wooyoungmi.
Be sure to see all the trees on yesterday's post if you missed that.
Their vision of the traditional Christmas tree was displayed during a free exhibition, from the 4th to the 8th of December, 10:00 am to 7:00 pm, at the Hôtel Salomon de Rothschild, 11 rue de Berryer, Paris, France. The pieces were then auctioned off on the 9th of December via an on-site and online charity auction and amassed 78,500 euros. The profits will go to la Fondation AVEC, pour la Vie, Espoir contre le Cancer
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