EMMANUELLE KHANH shoots in 1960s villa
The backdrop of a new campaign at Emmanuelle Khanh is a 1960s villa designed by French Architect Claude Parent in Versailles, not far from the house where Madame Khanh and her husband Quasar, the avant-gardist designer lived.
The new collection – VILLA OBLIQUE – tells the story of the Emmanuelle Khanh art-de-vivre and mindset, the company relates. Every signature of the house is accounted for in the range, from an EK initial gold logo to glossy colours and timeless tortoiseshell, to the vintage-inspired oversized shapes offered in the optical collection and sunglasses line. The collection has been designed to celebrate the heritage of Emmanuelle Khanh while embracing a fluid and instinctive creative process, designing eyewear pieces in the present as collectibles for the future.
The new campaign was shot by photographer James Tennessee Briandt with art direction by Eva Gaumé – Creative Director, Emmanuelle Khanh.