José Lévy



José Lévy was born in Paris. He is the winner of the Paris City Government's Best Design Award and the Knight of Arts and Letters (Order of Officer). He is a genius designer with dual identities as a fashion designer and an interior designer.


His legendary career started in the field of fashion design, and his first clothing series "A Tribute to French Artists Jacques Tati, Patrick Modiano and Jacques Demy" made him famous in one fell swoop. In 13 years, he has established his own position in the men's fashion industry with his own brand, José Lévy à Paris, and is hailed as an excellent colorist and a keen tailor in the industry. He collaborated with household names such as Holland & Holland, Nina Ricci, Cacharel and Emanuel Ungaro to create joint models.


Since 2007, he has devoted himself wholeheartedly to plastic arts, scene design and interior design, and has more cooperation with brands for horizontal creation. He is the queen designer of Roche Bobois, the most influential high-end home furnishing brand in France. He is also a co-designer of many brands such as Hermès Art of Living furniture, well-known aromatherapy brand Dyptique, Royal Porcelain French Sèvres National Ceramics Manufacturing Bureau Manufacture de Sèvres, luxury crystal brand St. Louis and many other brands. He also serves as an interior furnishing consultant for many art galleries and major galleries and occasionally organizes solo exhibitions: such as Palais de Tokyo in Paris, Musée Guimet, ToolsGalerie, Emmanuel Perrotin, etc.