BrusselsLife with Fabienne Delvigne
After her marketing studies at the EPHEC, Fabienne Delvigne embarks upon the launching of " Fabienne Delvigne créations " in 1987. Then follow much collaboration with prestigious couture houses such as Chanel, Giorgio Armani, Yves Saint-Laurent, Louis Féraud or even the Belgian Natan.
Créé le 05/07/2012 - Dernière mise à jour le 25/11/2014
Belgian Court's appointment
Fabienne Delvigne's popularity is due above all to the interest given to her creations by several crowned heads. Queen Paola of Belgium makes her her favourite milliner and does not hesitate to recommend her in other lands. Queen Sylvia of Sweden and her daughter, Princess Victoria, thus, are won over by the novelty and the quality of the creations of the Belgian milliner. In November 2001, her flawless collaboration with the Belgian Court allows the creator to gain access to the much appreciated and sought after rank of Fournisseur Breveté (by the Belgian Court's appointment). But Fabienne Delvigne's talents are not only limited to hats as she creates also jewellery, in fact for Natan's.Stéphanie Guillaume
Tof or not?
Your tof café? Le Falstaff
Your tof restaurant? Sister Act
Your tof place for enjoying your evening? The "You"
Your tof place for enjoying your Sunday? At Zoute
Your tof place for developing your culture capital? Biennale di Venezia
Your tof district in Brussels? Sablon
If you had to show Brussels off to a foreign friend, where would you take him first? Sablon
What is the tof of all in Brussels? What is it that means that you would never move out of Brussels? Near of all, like in a big village!
What is really not so tof in Brussels? What would make you flee from Brussels? Planes noise and parking problems
Tell us if this idea is tof or not tof:
- A swimming pool floating on the canal? Tof!
- Congestion Tax for cars in the city centre area? Not tof at all!
- Non-smoking restaurants and bars? Tof, but with respect!
- Banning chip shops? Not Tof at all!