He dared lace.
José Balensi’s working experience with French fashion designers in leather craft, stitch, shoes and fur, gave him the opportunity to use a wide range of materials. Discovering lace has determined his career: in 1992, he created his own brand by declining this precious material on any apparel.
José Balensi chose lace, formerly dedicated to lingerie. He dared pants, skirts, pairs of shorts or jumpsuits. He was quickly successful and still is. His creations were sold in the most beautiful luxury shop around the world.
Season after season, he reinvents perennially fashionable apparels. With their variety, associated with infinite colors, every new item released from the workshop is exclusive. The woman wearing them is sophisticated, elegant and glamorous.
Balensi Paris’s creations are chosen for their shape, their uncluttered and timeless style, as well as their details that are the symbol of their unique style. From casual to evening dress, from wrap to long dress, from morning to evening, his lace displays, asserts, matches.
Formerly distributed through exclusive channels, José Balensi opens an online shop in autumn 2015, to make a part of his collections available for women looking for his so unique feminine and sophisticated universe.
Maison Balensi's know-how
Committed to its know-how, the brand gets its identity from creating perfectly shaped dresses, with sophisticated details and hand tinted steady bright colors, offering an almost unlimited range of colors. It allows every woman to wear exclusive apparel of which she has chosen the color among an infinite variety of shades.
This unique stretch lace material sublimates the woman by fitting perfectly her body.
The creator likes most working his workshop, cutting all prototypes, looking for the detail that makes excellence.
Every season, his creativity always blooms to give birth to unique clothes in limited edition.
He doesn’t use only lace, he also adorns with crystals, embroiders with tulle, adds mink collars, and lacquers to sublimate.
All manufacturing and embroideries are realized by French craftsmen, in French workshops.