Famous French fashion designer, Olivier Roustan, revealed the injuries he sustained last year, when a fireplace exploded in his house, and published pictures of himself with bandages covering his body.
And the designer of the Balmain fashion house published the pictures Saturday on his account on the Instagram website, and wrote: “A year ago, the heater exploded in my house.”
He woke up the next day at Saint-Louis Hospital in Paris, and is now recovering from the injuries he sustained in the accident.
He said that his constant state of anxiety and “obsession with fashion and perfection” made him refrain from announcing what he had been exposed to so far.
“I honestly don’t know why I felt ashamed,” he wrote. During the dialogue with the media, he covered the wounds, from which he was beginning to recover, with bandages and jewelry.
“After a year, I am now healthy, happy, and in good health,” he added.
He thanked the medical staff, who treated him despite “taking care of a huge number of people infected with the Corona virus at the same time”, and expressed his feeling that he was lucky.
“The sun always shines after a storm,” he said.
Rostan assumed the position of director of the creative department at Balmain in 2011, when he was only 25 years old. Under his management, the house achieved a growth of 15 to 20 percent from 2012 to 2015.
And he opened stores for her in London and New York, the first stores that the fashion house opened outside Paris.
In 2019, the Netflix service broadcast a documentary tape entitled “The Wonder Boy”, which tells of Rostan’s career in the world of fashion, and followed him in his search for his biological mother.