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Edgar Delambre [sound designer]

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Sound design for Louis Vuitton's show teaser by Nicolas Ghesquière FW22 collection.

Director's cut.

Rimowa digital content
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Grace Wales Bonner is inspired by her personal story and explores the generation of British people from the Caribbean, as well as the black male identity through this issue of A Magazine Curated By. Edgar Delambre decided to create a track mixing reggae rhythms, African songs and support the dreamlike atmosphere already present in the film.

Zara Join Life digital campaign
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In this video, where Zara affirms its commitment to continue its transition towards an ecological way of manufacturing, Edgar Delambre intentions were to create a soundtrack that was both dynamic and soft by mixing an atmospheric atmosphere with sound effects to create a contrast between industrial production and natural elements.

Sound effects by Edgar Delambre.

Berluti FW22 lookbook
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Ruby short movie
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In this short film by Alexandre Silberstein, the main goal of the sound composition is to accompany and support the story and at the same time follow its real dimension. This composition creates a sound environment that eventually pulls us closer to the storyline. 

J.M. Weston digital
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Zaouli by keeley gould music video
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Filmmaker Keeley Gould —known for producing music videos for artists including Beyoncé and Lady Gaga— captures an exhilarating display of fast feet in this portrait of a masked and colorful Ivorian dancer.

"Zaouli is a traditional dance of the Guro people of Manfla in the Ivory Coast," says Gould of the shamanistic dance, always performed by men. "From the moment I first saw the dance—a celebration of women—I was captivated. I wanted to capture that energy in a contemporary way." 


Edgar Delambre is a French musician, composer and sound designer.

Stage musician, with a jazz background, he became interested in electronic music early on, dedicating a large part of his time to his machines, and for the past few years, mostly to creation. Today he is interested in granular synthesis, a tool that allows him to modify sounds from everyday life, sounds from acoustic or electronic instruments in order to mix them to enlarge his sound palette.

During the last 10 years, he has been doing compositions, sound design and audio editing for: Louis Vuitton, Zara, Rimowa, Valentino, Hermès, A Magazine Curated by, to name a few.

Edgar Delambre lives and works in Paris.