Sebastien Perrin

The forerunner of the nouvelle garde of sound designers in fashion, Sebastien began a career in music by mixing and playing sets on the electronic music circuit in Paris, alongside contemporaries Daft Punk at iconic clubs such as Le Rex and Le Queen on the Champs Élysées. Upon graduating from PARIS Sound-Design & Engineering, Sebastian honed his craft apprenticing under Michel Gaubert, quickly establishing himself as one of the most coveted sound designers, producing runway show soundtracks, original sound compositions for short brand films, and curating global stores sound installations for some of the most illustrious luxury brands including Bvlgari, Bottega Veneta, Helmut Lang, Oscar De La Renta, Hugo Boss, Jason Wu, Monse, Self Portrait, Zuhair Murad, Tim Coppens, and Zac Posen

Creating alluring soundtracks as a sensory response to viewing a designer collection, Sebastien further connects the consumer to the brand engaging the audience with unexpected twists; from hiring a pianist to play contemporary rock at The Row’s presentation at Versailles, to mixing the American Beauty score with minimal techno for Phillip Lim.