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Julie Romero Paris website (2019)

Contributed by Jan Maack on Jun 14th, 2019. Artwork published in
circa 2019
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    Julie Romero Paris website (2019) 1
    Source: https://www.julieromeroparis.com License: All Rights Reserved.

    Julie Romero is a professor and art embroiderer specialized in Haute Couture embroidery and fashion accessories based in Paris. She works as a freelance embroiderer for big names of the French Haute Couture like Chanel, Dior, and others.

    To emphasize the connection to the fashion industry, she has chosen the stylish serif IvyMode as the main font on her personal website. It’s combined with Haboro Contrast for text and Proxima Nova for menu items.

    Julie Romero Paris website (2019) 2
    Source: https://www.julieromeroparis.com License: All Rights Reserved.
    Julie Romero Paris website (2019) 3
    Source: https://www.julieromeroparis.com License: All Rights Reserved.

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    • Haboro Contrast
    • Proxima Nova

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    2 Comments on “Julie Romero Paris website (2019)”

    1. Marissa says:
      Oct 9th, 2020 4:32 am

      Hey there!

      This website: https://www.julieromeroparis.com is no longer available. I clicked this website after I read that it uses the Ivy Mode font. When I clicked it, I saw that it is in Japanese. However, in your article, you mentioned this – Julie Romero is a professor and art embroiderer specialized in Haute Couture embroidery and fashion accessories based in Paris.

      Well, I searched Julie Romero’s website and found this: atelierjulieromero.com/ and she is not using the Ivy Mode font on her website.

      Please correct your post. Thanks!

    2. Hi Marissa, thanks for the heads-up!

      This post was published more than a year ago. Website addresses and designs may change over time. I can confirm that julieromeroparis.com used IvyMode and the other mentioned fonts at the time. Fonts In Use is an archive of typography, not a constantly updated web directory. Changing the source URL for the images would be incorrect: The images show the old website that is no longer available. I have added the year in parentheses to the title, to clarify that is a snapshot. And those looking for Julie Romero’s new website now know where to go – thanks to your comment.

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