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Auckland

39 Nugent Street
Auckland
P +64 9 379 9680
auckland@ecc.co.nz

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61 Thorndon Quay
Wellington
P +64 4 473 3456
wellington@ecc.co.nz

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Sat 10am-4pm

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Unit 3, 75 Blenheim Rd
Christchurch
P +64 3 365 0012
christchurch@ecc.co.nz

Showroom open
Mon-Fri 8.30am-5.30pm
Sat 10am-2pm

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Patrick Norguet is a French born designer born 1969. Patrick Norguet was educated at the Graduate School of Design, and opened offices in Paris in 1999. He has close ties to the fashion world through his collaborations with Louis Vuitton, Lanvin, Guerlain and Christian Dior.

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Patrick Norguet is a French born designer born 1969. Patrick Norguet was educated at the Graduate School of Design, and opened offices in Paris in 1999. He has close ties to the fashion world through his collaborations with Louis Vuitton, Lanvin, Guerlain and Christian Dior.

In 2000, Patrick Norguet achieved his first success with Giulio Cappellini who brings it to light by editing the flesh Rainbow; today entered the collections of Museum of Modern Art in New York. Some of his works are part of the permanent collections of prestigious museums all over the work. Awarded as “Designer of the Year” in 2005, Norguet belongs to the generation, which is known for putting the “French touch” on the international stage. His design perfectly interprets Cappellini’s theory of the union between fashion and design.