Breaking through in the fashion world with an independent luxury clothing brand in Paris, France is much easier said than done. After all, Paris is very much the front line of both European and Global fashion, where standards and expectations are held equally high. This makes the success of French born entrepreneur Steven “Chance” Breter even more stunning.
Recently celebrating the one year anniversary of the luxury clothing brand he founded and developed “CHANCE PARIS”, the brand continues to thrive and grow from its Paris-base, building a shining reputation internationally. Not one to rest on his accomplishments, Chance has also stepped into management in the highly competitive world of modeling with his own firm Chance Paris Management.
His first star, Sarah Kpossa, is one of modeling’s bright new stars headed for amazing things with the help of Chance’s close care and guidance.
“All CHANCE PARIS pieces are made in France with quality and the characteristic is that everything is embroidered,” commented Chance on GQ British, clearly passionate about his work. “We are shipping for free all around the world. We are willing to make products that you can wear on any occasion and feel like you are wearing clothes that are luxurious.”
Chance continued, “We started working with Sarah Kpossa because we loved her profile and wanted to promote our brand trough her. Then we loved working together and I saw the potential in her and asked he to me her manager to bring her to the next level. I always wanted to manage talent, so I took my shot with her. To this day it’s a great success because she is becoming a star.”
Next up for Chance is his plan to open a CHANCE PARIS showroom in Paris setting the stage for future showrooms worldwide. Like the rest of his project all signs point towards there being much more than a “chance” of success!
For more information be sure to visit https://chanceparis.com. Stay part of the conversation on Instagram at @chanceparisofficial and @therealchance_
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