Apple TV+ announced today La Maison, a new French haute couture drama series.
La Maison is a 10-episode, one-hour family drama set within a contemporary French iconic fashion house. It is an immersive look behind the scenes of the ever-evolving world of fashion, aspirational French elegance and luxury, and the lives of its powerful families.
The series stars César Award nominees Lambert Wilson (De Gaulle), Amira Casar (Call Me by Your Name), Anne Consigny (Elle), and Florence Loiret Caille (The Bureau); César Award winners Carole Bouquet (En thérapie) and Antoine Reinartz (Anatomy of a Fall); Most Promising Actress and Actor César Award winners Zita Hanrot (Fatima) and Pierre Deladonchamps (Stranger by the Lake); and rising star Ji-Min Park (Return to Seoul).
In La Maison, high fashion meets high drama in this behind-the-curtain look at how a family dynasty of an iconic fashion house is thrown into scandal and reinvention by a viral video featuring star designer Vincent LeDu (Wilson), leaving his family’s legendary haute couture house hanging by a thread. Perle Foster (Casar), Vincent’s former muse who is still in his shadow, teams up with next-generation, visionary designer Paloma Castel (Hanrot) to save and recreate the century-old Maison LEDU, claiming their rightful place in both the LeDu family and the fashion world.
Created by showrunners José Caltagirone and Valentine Milville, and based on an original idea by executive producer Alex Berger, the series is directed by award-winning filmmakers Fabrice Gobert (The Returned) and Daniel Grou alias Podz (Lupin). La Maison is produced by TOA-The Originals of America, with acclaimed studio TOP-The Originals Productions (The Bureau).
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