Infinite contrasts
Pierre-Louis Mascia’s colorful creativity is expressed through his stoles, shawls, scarves, silk squares, bags and even knitted jackets. This French designer creates accessories, often very loose, so that they are worn like clothing.
After a stint at Fine Arts, he was an illustrator for Vogue US, ELLE and produced visuals for Chanel and Yohji Yamamoto. He launched his eponymous brand in 2007, in partnership with the Achille Pinto printing house in Como. Pierre-Louis Mascia now imagines his collections under the Toulouse sun, but it is under the Italian azure that he produces his pieces.
A fan of patchwork and cut-ups, the patterns he imagines collide endlessly, thus creating a harmony of contrary details, and always taking the opposite view.