Hervé Sauvage

After studying history of Art & Design, Hervé Sauvage began his path at Nina Ricci, where he worked as Merchandising Manager for six years and shined alongside artists such as Daniel Buren and Philippe Parreno, amongst others. 

Freelancer since 1995, he has collaborated with many Ready to Wear Houses working on their showcases as well as playing a crucial role in the organisation of fashion shows, such as Balenciaga, Jean-Charles de Castelbajac, Christian Lacroix. 

At the same time, he starts working as a set designer and is responsible for the decor of numerous advertising campaigns, especially those that are luxury-oriented, such as Hermès, Louis Vuitton, Dior, Air France, and so on. He has worked with photographers such as Paolo Roversi, Solve Sundsbo, Jean-Baptiste Mondino, Terry Richardson, Guido Mocafico, Mario Testino, just to name a few. He also takes care of the scenography for big events, the most recent one being the Pavillon Hermès at the Designer Fair in Milan. In addition, he collaborates with magazines such as Numéro, Wallpaper, Vogue Paris, Vogue Italia…