Cherietta. O

Chérietta.O is the brand of designed and handcrafted no stitching bags funded in 2018 by
Nami.O, Japan native and living in Bordeaux.
Inspired by Japanese Origami, Nami O. handcraft all bags with the technique of folding and assembling with rivets. All models are made with a selection of high-quality vegetable tanned full grain French cowhides (tanned in Tuscany, Italy).
Nami O. creates modern designed products with leathers tanned in a quaint old-fashioned manner and makes the fusion of the beauty of our past and the novelty of the future.

Inspired by Japanese Origami, Nami O. handcraft all bags with the technique of folding and assembling with rivets. All models are made with a selection of high-quality vegetable tanned full grain French cowhides (tanned in Tuscany, Italy).
Nami O. creates modern designed products with leathers tanned in a quaint old-fashioned manner and makes the fusion of the beauty of our past and the novelty of the future.

Nilau

Interested in fashion, Marie Veyron, founder of Nilau, has imagined a leather good brand
rooting from family history, and is committed to value the raw materials and local knowhow.
Marie Veyron’s family has been farming for six generations and since the 1990s has been
breeding ostriches in the Auvergne Rhône-Alpes region! Marie has been fascinated by this
apparent rare and exotic leather but precious and local and entirely traceable.
Combining light and natural materials with high quality nuanced leather, each product
expresses simplicity in all the complexity of beauty.

Marie Veyron’s family has been farming for six generations and since the 1990s has been breeding ostriches in the Auvergne Rhône-Alpes region! Marie has been fascinated by this apparent rare and exotic leather but precious and local and entirely traceable. Combining light and natural materials with high quality nuanced leather, each product
expresses simplicity in all the complexity of beauty.

Maison Mallow

It is a way of life, born from a desire to give a second life to objects and materials recovered over time, thus limiting overconsumption and waste.
The emphasis is on craftsmanship, using natural materials that are upcycled or made in France, (Organic, Oeko-Tex, GOTS) committing to a more environmentally responsible consumption.
Thus, the materials of yesteryear intertwined with new ideas give a timeless and classic design to the pieces offered by Maison Mallow. These accessories and original objects are manufactured in reasonable quantities in Bordeaux, highlighting the Made in France

The emphasis is on craftsmanship, using natural materials that are upcycled or made in France, (Organic, Oeko-Tex, GOTS) committing to a more environmentally responsible consumption. Thus, the materials of yesteryear intertwined with new ideas give a timeless and classic design to the pieces offered by Maison Mallow. These accessories and original objects are manufactured in reasonable quantities in Bordeaux, highlighting the Made in France

Azadeh Création

Azadeh Création was founded in 2023 by Azadeh Mohaseb, who is passionate about sewing and hand embroidery. Inspired by the traditional Persian art of hand embroidery, Azadeh enhances shopping bags, tablecloths and napkins with delicate and colorful patterns embroidered by hand in her Parisian workshop. The tote bags, available in different sizes, are designed for everyday life with style and practicality. Raw materials are carefully selected, favoring high quality materials to guarantee the excellence of each creation.

The tote bags, available in different sizes, are designed for everyday life with style and practicality. Raw materials are carefully selected, favoring high quality materials to guarantee the excellence of each creation.

Mont Kiji

With Mont Kiji, the designer, Junhee Kim expresses her sensitivity to Nature and the Arts through judiciously renewed collections of scarves printed on high-end luxurious French silk twill.
Mont Kiji scarves are woven, printed and made in France, in collaboration with great silks specialists of the Lyon region, in a desire to perpetuate historical French know-how.
Mont Kiji imparts sentiment and meaning throughout its collection. The Limited-Edition Scarf, the Personalized Scarf, and the Custom-Made Scarf each tell a story of connection, sentiment and remembrance

Mont Kiji scarves are woven, printed and made in France, in collaboration with great silks specialists of the Lyon region, in a desire to perpetuate historical French know-how. Mont Kiji imparts sentiment and meaning throughout its collection. The Limited-Edition Scarf, the Personalized Scarf, and the Custom-Made Scarf each tell a story of connection, sentiment and remembrance

Lea Costet

Graduate in jewelry from the Boulle school, Léa Costet launched her brand in 2019 with
the desire to create unique pieces of jewelry entirely handmade, in France.
She likes working directly with the material, having fun with it and always looking for new
techniques and new effects. Léa has in particular reappropriated the technique of reticulation
of metal which brings material and singularity to her creations. She lets the material express
itself through the flame of the blowtorch and watches it change its appearance. Behind each of
these experiences is a unique gem. The mixtures of textures, materials, and color combinations
are his main sources of inspiration in his creative research.

She likes working directly with the material, having fun with it and always looking for new techniques and new effects. Léa has in particular reappropriated the technique of reticulation of metal which brings material and singularity to her creations. She lets the material express itself through the flame of the blowtorch and watches it change its appearance. Behind each of these experiences is a unique gem. The mixtures of textures, materials, and color combinations are his main sources of inspiration in his creative research.

Marianne Vey

Inspired by nature, the amazing power of stones, and especially by women and their beauty,
Marianne creates jewelry that reveals your femininity and your light.
While evolving among fashion designers as a model , Marianne finds in the creation of jewelry
a mode of expression. Graduate in jewelry from the Ecole Boulle in Paris to become
professional. Marianne develops artisanal techniques, expertise around fine and precious
stones as well as the concern for perfect finishes.
Each stone is selected with the greatest attention, to offer you the jewel that suits you. Choose
your Marianne Vey jewel, the stone that attracts you is the one that will reveal your own light.

While evolving among fashion designers as a model , Marianne finds in the creation of jewelry a mode of expression. Graduate in jewelry from the Ecole Boulle in Paris to become professional. Marianne develops artisanal techniques, expertise around fine and precious stones as well as the concern for perfect finishes.
Each stone is selected with the greatest attention, to offer you the jewel that suits you. Choose your Marianne Vey jewel, the stone that attracts you is the one that will reveal your own light.

Uraha Bijoux

Miyuki, the creator of URAHA jewelry, respects natural existence, as it is. Thus, in her
creations, she looks for the right place and the right shape for each of the metal parts, each of
the pearls and of the stones that she uses. She loves creating by chance but necessary to give
birth to unique jewelry. AKOYA collection is a signature creation of URAHA bijoux. The
AKOYA pearl is farmed in the sea of NAGASAKI, the designer’s native region. She chooses the
perfectly imperfect pearl which gives a refined beauty.

She loves creating by chance but necessary to give birth to unique jewelry. AKOYA collection is a signature creation of URAHA bijoux. The
AKOYA pearl is farmed in the sea of NAGASAKI, the designer’s native region. She chooses the perfectly imperfect pearl which gives a refined beauty.

Things With Souls

“My goal is to re-enchant old and neglected objects, to preserve and transmit the stories they contain, so that they can create emotional ties and become Things with Souls”
With the Buttertie project Anita Klaiber gives used and old fashioned ties a new life.
In transforming them she wants to honor the resources and the know-how used to
make them. The ‘sublimate’ ties tell the story of silk: thus the silk butterfly which represents the
final stage of the metamorphosis of the silk worm, and the origami technique
recalling the Asian origins of silk, are intrinsically part of the object.

In transforming them she wants to honor the resources and the know-how used to
make them. The ‘sublimate’ ties tell the story of silk: thus the silk butterfly which represents the
final stage of the metamorphosis of the silk worm, and the origami technique
recalling the Asian origins of silk, are intrinsically part of the object.

Rosematic

As a designer specialized in fashion accessories, Anne Chartier cultivates her interest in materials and know-how. Her brand ROSEMATIC offers a range of graphic, colourful hair accessories in a deliciously retro style that’s absolutely up to date. Rosematic hair clips and jewellery are made in France by the best artisans. They are made from cellulose acetate, a natural resin derived from wood fibre, and gold-plated brass. What drives her creations is to reveal the personality of each individual.

Rosematic hair clips and jewellery are made in France by the best artisans. They are made from cellulose acetate, a natural resin derived from wood fibre, and gold-plated brass. What drives her creations is to reveal the personality of each individual.

Sophie Ochera Knitwear

A collection of unique colorful knitwear designed and inspired by decorative textiles,
architecture and folk costumes from around the world. Sophie combines an eclectic range
of motifs and unusual color combinations to reinvent the traditional handcrafted
technique of Fair Isle.
Sophie is passionate about slow fashion and encourages people to buy less and for better
quality: it takes time to create something beautiful and that everything must be valued for
a long time. Each sweater is made in her studio in Normandy using 100% lamb’s wool on a standard-
gauge vintage knitting machine, the pieces are then brought together on a circular needle and meticulously finished off by hand.

Sophie is passionate about slow fashion and encourages people to buy less and for better quality: it takes time to create something beautiful and that everything must be valued for a long time. Each sweater is made in her studio in Normandy using 100% lamb’s wool on a standard-gauge vintage knitting machine, the pieces are then brought together on a circular needle and meticulously finished off by hand.

Bes Paris

Bès Paris, the iconic brand of hand-knitted hats and headbands is the fruit of the creativity and expertise of its founder. Sarah Ebstein, a multi-talented designer and model. Each piece is knitted by Sarah with passion in the backstage of Fashion Week, photo shoots and catwalks. Sarah broadened her experience in New York, working alongside renowned designers such as Anna Sui and Milly by Michelle Smith. She also honed her craft in London, collaborating
with renowned milliner Piers Atkison, where she created hats for Lady Gaga.
Bès Paris lies not only in the exceptional quality of Sarah’s knitwear, but also in her talent as an embroiderer from Lunéville, which brings an inimitable artisanal touch to each creation. As a model, Sarah brings added value and uniqueness to her creations, embodying the elegance and aesthetics that define Bès Paris.

Sarah broadened her experience in New York, working alongside renowned designers such as Anna Sui and Milly by Michelle Smith. She also honed her craft in London, collaborating
with renowned milliner Piers Atkison, where she created hats for Lady Gaga.
Bès Paris lies not only in the exceptional quality of Sarah’s knitwear, but also in her talent as an embroiderer from Lunéville, which brings an inimitable artisanal touch to each creation. As a model, Sarah brings added value and uniqueness to her creations, embodying the elegance and aesthetics that define Bès Paris.

Rajavtar Wear

BREATHE AND BE YOU!
Laure Badufle, founder of RAJAVTAR, helps woman to live freely and authentically with
minimal and ethical clothes. They are made by hand in Paris with noble, natural and
upcycled fabrics.
Also a visual artist, Laure shares about her international adoption with bright and joyful
watercolour.

They are made by hand in Paris with noble, natural and upcycled fabrics.
Also a visual artist, Laure shares about her international adoption with bright and joyful watercolour.

Deva Delfendahl

Deva delfendahl plays with clay and is delighted to see a whole panoply of wild and rococo
creations take shape under her fingers.
Resolutely inspired by nature and fairy tales, among all the materials she experiments
with, the malleability of clay has definitely won her over.
Glazed ceramics – Sculptures – Everyday and festive containers.
She works mainly in Paris. These pieces will be the note that will make your interiors
unique.

Resolutely inspired by nature and fairy tales, among all the materials she experiments with, the malleability of clay has definitely won her over. Glazed ceramics – Sculptures – Everyday and festive containers. She works mainly in Paris. These pieces will be the note that will make your interiors unique.

Patams

Inspired by her stays in the United States, Brazil or Japan, but also her travels and family roots,
Patams has developed, over the years, seven collections with colorful and varied styles, both
elegant and creative. She uses the craftsmanship of “French excellence” and thus lets herself
be guided by the pen, the brush and various cutouts.
Porcelain decoration has become today fashionable both on china plates, cups and other
decorative pieces.
Patams is based in Paris and can, on request, produce personalized pieces and or patterns.

She uses the craftsmanship of “French excellence” and thus lets herself be guided by the pen, the brush and various cutouts. Porcelain decoration has become today fashionable both on china plates, cups and other decorative pieces. Patams is based in Paris and can, on request, produce personalized pieces and or patterns.

Tambour Bazar

The “AUPRÈS DE TON ARBRE” collection evolves like a landscape, to the rythm of the seasons.
These are unique pieces with varied dimensions and patterns, which echo the diversity of the trees in our forests.
The vases and/or tealight holders are sculpted from porcelain biscuit, their surface is delicately textured and sometimes seems to imitate paper or wool.
My work is intimately linked to time, it has the ambition to invent another
landscape, ephemeral and wild, imbued with fragility, erosion, memory, childhood.
The TAMBOUR BAZAR / Porcelaine Sauvage workshop is located near LIMOGES, in Limousin region, the land of my childhood where I can find inspiration and materials.

My work is intimately linked to time, it has the ambition to invent another
landscape, ephemeral and wild, imbued with fragility, erosion, memory, childhood.
The TAMBOUR BAZAR / Porcelaine Sauvage workshop is located near LIMOGES, in Limousin region, the land of my childhood where I can find inspiration and materials.

Atelier Murmur

Founded by the French and Chinese artist and ceramicist Jinjin SUN, Atelier Murmur
handcrafts unique pieces and produces in porcelain limited editions, based on the
fundamental but distinctive creative philosophy that “Every little moment can transform into
a work of art.” Jinjin SUN studied at the Central Academy of Fine Arts in
China and at the École des Beaux-Arts de Marseille. Research on the materials are a crucial
part of SUN’s work on ceramics. The use of woods, leaves, fabrics, graphic inks… all contributed
to creating a very rich corpus to find the technique and matter that conveys her poetry, which
explores the relationship between humankind and nature.

Jinjin SUN studied at the Central Academy of Fine Arts in China and at the École des Beaux-Arts de Marseille. Research on the materials are a crucial
part of SUN’s work on ceramics. The use of woods, leaves, fabrics, graphic inks… all contributed to creating a very rich corpus to find the technique and matter that conveys her poetry, which explores the relationship between humankind and nature.

Mon Panier à Fleurs

Mon panier à fleurs was born from the desire of a very passionate woman to share her feelings
through flowers.
Heejin, florist and decorator, makes bouquets, arrangements, scented tablets and candles with
fresh and dried flowers. She favors flowers from France and she makes her candles with
natural soy wax.
She also proposes to decorate different events like weddings, baptisms, corporate events and
more.

She favors flowers from France and she makes her candles with natural soy wax.
She also proposes to decorate different events like weddings, baptisms, corporate events and more.

Pur’ Candle

A creative spark lit up Véronique’s life in 2021. Passionate about decoration, she became a candle creator during the lockdown. Each candle inspires serenity and reflects her universe, a cocoon of softness, bathed in natural and soothing tones.
She meticulously selects the fragrances, developed in Grasse city in Provence, to recall the delights of each season, thus creating a unique sensory experience and an unforgettable olfactory experience. She gives a great importance to the quality of the raw materials  she used: the soy wax, vegetable, biodegradable and not tested on animals, lead-free cotton wicks to ensure clean and long-lasting combustion and containers that can be easily reused through an eco-responsible approach.

She meticulously selects the fragrances, developed in Grasse city in Provence, to recall the delights of each season, thus creating a unique sensory experience and an unforgettable olfactory experience. She gives a great importance to the quality of the raw materials  she used: the soy wax, vegetable, biodegradable and not tested on animals, lead-free cotton wicks to ensure clean and long-lasting combustion and containers that can be easily reused through an eco-responsible approach.

N-Lobjoy

Craftswoman and designer, Nathanaëlle Lobjoy, creates paper lights evocation of blooming flowers and dressed in plant drawings, arabesques of plants, tangles of groves to decorate and illuminate the interiors of an abundant nature.
Each lamp is manufactured in the N-Lobjoy workshop in Paris, signed and varnished (without solvents) to ensure its protection. The art of paper developed in the N-Lobjoy workshop makes it unrecognizable. Linking the creation of drawings and modeling, successive layers of paper, create a
solid shell for delicate and light lamps. The choice of paper and the technique of assembly, create kinds of trompe-l’oeil objects, which invites the touch.

Each lamp is manufactured in the N-Lobjoy workshop in Paris, signed and varnished (without solvents) to ensure its protection. The art of paper developed in the N-Lobjoy workshop makes it unrecognizable. Linking the creation of drawings and modeling, successive layers of paper, create a
solid shell for delicate and light lamps. The choice of paper and the technique of assembly, create kinds of trompe-l’oeil objects, which invites the touch.

C & The Flowers

Through travels and extraordinary encounters, Chloé Fougea drew her inspiration and forged
her style to create her brand: C & the flowers. In 2017, Chloé traveled to Uzbekistan to meet the
embroiderers at the origin of the “Suzanis” and the masters of Ikat, weavers perpetuating an
ancestral tradition.
She develops with them magnificent plaids and cushions embroidered by hand and with the
ikat of the weavers, she composes lights and paintings which are made in her workshop located
in the Paris region.
C & the flowers offers unique and colorful creations that are the expression of his travels and a
sharing of multicultural know-how.

She develops with them magnificent plaids and cushions embroidered by hand and with the ikat of the weavers, she composes lights and paintings which are made in her workshop located in the Paris region. C & the flowers offers unique and colorful creations that are the expression of his travels and a
sharing of multicultural know-how.

Silverbird

Professional photographer since 2009, Fiona Stewart is passionate about reintroducing ancient techniques. The Cyanotype, invented in 1842, stands out as one of the earliest photographic processes. This method allows for the creation of unique photographic prints, showcasing a range from Prussian blue to cyan. The process involves applying a photosensitive chemical combination to a medium. Under the exposure to sunlight, an alchemy occurs, revealing the imprints of plants or a photograph placed upon it. After rinsing with water, the process unveils a deep Prussian blue, adorned with a touch of poetry between shadows and lights. Each Cyanotype thus becomes a one-of-a-kind piece, capturing the magic of the process and offering an original visual experience.

This method allows for the creation of unique photographic prints, showcasing a range from Prussian blue to cyan. The process involves applying a photosensitive chemical combination to a medium. Under the exposure to sunlight, an alchemy occurs, revealing the imprints of plants or a photograph placed upon it. After rinsing with water, the process unveils a deep Prussian blue, adorned with a touch of poetry between shadows and lights. Each Cyanotype thus becomes a one-of-a-kind piece, capturing the magic of the process and offering an original visual experience.

Akabé

Akabé Paris is a tale of poetic and refined illustrations, narrated since 2012 by Anne-Kim Bourcart, a former textile designer. It’s a contemplative floral and colorful universe, imbued with a gentle way of life and the desire for escape, whether it would be a distant and exotic destination, or just outside the window: illustrating the dream of a possible elsewhere in a very close nature… Her drawings are digitally painted, and then printed on fine art matte chiffon paper in limited series in her Parisian studio. They also featured in ephemeral collections of recycled paper stationery and delicate hand-cut dioramas under glass bubbles.

illustrating the dream of a possible elsewhere in a very close nature… Her drawings are digitally painted, and then printed on fine art matte chiffon paper in limited series in her Parisian studio. They also featured in ephemeral collections of recycled paper stationery and delicate hand-cut dioramas under glass bubbles.

Ema Kawanago

Born in Japan, Ema Kawanago lives and works in Paris. She attended a scientific university in Japan and then in France. After obtaining a Master’s degree in Ecological Systems, at the University of Bordeaux, Ema chose to direct her life towards the world of Art.  Her plastic researches follow an anthropological model, with as a guideline the links that human beings can have with each other in their urban or natural environment: how to link, to position oneself, to interact in one’s environment.
Her engravings are made with the techniques of etching, combining several processes: aquatint, drypoint, soft and hard varnish, chine-glued and typography.

Her plastic researches follow an anthropological model, with as a guideline the links that human beings can have with each other in their urban or natural environment: how to link, to position oneself, to interact in one’s environment.
Her engravings are made with the techniques of etching, combining several processes: aquatint, drypoint, soft and hard varnish, chine-glued and typography.

Alix Aulagnier

Graduated from the Boulle school in space design and a master in art and design at Sorbonne
University, Alix Aulagnier is an engraver and illustrator living in Paris.
Inspired by architecture, plant patterns, mythology and 20th century prints, Alix creates
minimalist and colorful linocuts in limited edition.
As a manual and delicate technique, relief engraving allows to obtain velvety renderings,
where the ink, randomly, forms reserves on the paper. Each print will create a unique art work.
Between art and craft, mixing know-how and creation, illustration is for Alix Aulagnier the
most sensitive way to express herself, it offers almost infinite possibilities.

Insppired by architecture, plant patterns, mythology and 20th century prints, Alix creates minimalist and colorful linocuts in limited edition.
As a manual and delicate technique, relief engraving allows to obtain velvety renderings, where the ink, randomly, forms reserves on the paper. Each print will create a unique art work. Between art and craft, mixing know-how and creation, illustration is for Alix Aulagnier the most sensitive way to express herself, it offers almost infinite possibilities.

Carla Sanchez

Carla Sánchez is a Mexican Artist and Designer based in France. She is a Graphic Designer with studies on Fine Art. Today she is a profesional artist and Surface Designer. Her work is Influenced by her mexican roots, nature and daily objects. She likes to explore and mix different mediums.

Her work is Influenced by her mexican roots, nature and daily objects. She likes to explore and mix different mediums. tanned full grain French cowhides (tanned in Tuscany, Italy).

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