At only 30 years old, Fanny Dheygere is at the head of the new ready-to-wear brand NINII. After a training in Arts applied to ESAAT, completed with a textile BTS and a passage by the school Massana in Barcelona, ​​she began a career in fashion as a stylist. Passionate about serigraphy, she joined Anne Gelbard's studio in Paris and discovered the world of luxury by working for brands like Chanel and Louis Vuitton. With her many experiences and a dense network in the field of music and creation, the stylist decides to launch in 2015 a brand that resembles her and integrates the label Maisons de Mode in July, the same year. A first presentation is at Who's Next in Paris in January 2016. The organizers select it to illustrate the forum of trends and the foreign agents brainstorm its offbeat style. Against the current and far from the dictates imposed on fashion, the ready-to-wear brand, NINII, wants to be full of irony and fantasy in the image of its creator. A mix of nineties club spirit and streetwear, the NINII collections are inspired by the obsolete objects of everyday life, the nostalgia of childhood, adorned with sequins, acid colors and exclusive embroideries straight out of the universe of the creator. A kitsch vestiaire with offbeat humor intended for young women without complex, beautiful natures who mock established rules and traditional codes.