November 10 / 2016
  • Russian dolls

    The eternal doll-in-a-doll. White and anonymous, these Matriochkas are hand-made in Russia.

  • Embroidered clock

    The hours remain static, hand-embroidered onto a white cotton sheet, covering the clock’s mechanics. This clock, with a soul of solid wood, can be placed on a table or hung on a wall according to one’s mood.

  • Door-stopper or coat hook egg

    This object, in the shape of a duck’s egg and made of white coloured matt silicone, will stop any door or hang any piece of clothing.

  • Door-stopper or coat hook egg

    This object, in the shape of a duck’s egg and made of eggshell-coloured matt silicone, will stop any door or hang any piece of clothing.

  • “Trompe-l’œil“ sticker

    Black and white photo of a “typically French” door, printed life size on an adhesive fabric that can be repositioned several times. 

  • “Trompe-l’œil“ sticker

    Black and white photo of a “typically Haussmannian” door, printed life size on an adhesive fabric that can be repositioned several times. 

  • “Trompe-l’œil“ sticker

    Black and white photo of a “typically open” door, printed life size on an adhesive fabric that can be repositioned several times. 

  • Ostrich egg

    This real, weighted ostrich egg can stop a door, be a paper-weight or take on many other decorative uses.

  • Giant souvenir snowball

    An oversized snowball containing snow creates a space free for personal memories.

  • Giant souvenir snowball

    An oversized snowball containing glitter creates a space free for personal memories.

  • Shoe tree-hook

    Hook inspired from a classic shoe tree in varnished lime. The heel and toes create two hooks to hang clothes, hats and bags.

  • Edo Bells

    Traditional Japanese glass bells. Hanging in house entrances or onto tree branches, they are played by the wind, thus fulfilling the residents’ wishes. Available in three different sizes.

  • Luminous night-light

    A 1930s inspired light-bulb and its socket are moulded in phosphorescent plaster, subtly glowing in the dark.

  • Cotton calendar 2014

    Made in starched and embroidered cotton canvas, once the year is over it becomes a set of twelve placemats.

  • Knife-rest

    Antique decanter stoppers made in France during the 19th and early 20th centuries are collected and cut to become knife-rests. Each stopper is different thus every knife-rest is a unique and rare piece.

  • Tablecloth holder

    Silver metal spoons of different styles and eras, sourced in France, are bent to become tablecloth holders. Placed on the table, they become salt keepers or ashtrays.

  • Vest-pocket ashtray

    Mini-ashtray in polished stainless steel with a clip to attach it to the user’s pocket. It allows one to do away with ash when no classic ashtray is available.

  • Candle holder

    Melted wax creates a candle holder. With time, the dripping wax makes the object unique.

  • Magnifying glass

    Half of a pair of glasses becomes a magnifying glass.

  • Feather pen

    Decorated with a delicate and immaculate feather, a classic ballpoint pen offers a humorous take on the old-fashioned quill.

  • hourglass

    Decorated with a delicate and immaculate feather, a classic ballpoint pen offers a humorous take on the old-fashioned quill.

  • cotton notebooks

    Notebooks are bound by two spirals, preventing their opening. To release the pages and write, one must rip one side of the cover and so on for each page.

  • Tabi Bookmark

    A brown leather Tabi-sole shaped bookmark, in size 24. 

  • Key ring address book

    Un répertoire de poche, réalisé en cuir habille savamment tout jeu de clés. 

  • “Trompe-l’œil” sticker

    Black and white photo of a “typically curved” staircase, printed on an adhesive fabric that can be repositioned several times. 

  • Fortune eggs

    A typical egg box holds a white egg inspired by fortune cookies. Once cracked, the egg reveals an unexpected message.

  • Cotton Letter stationary

    Letter-writing becomes a genuine souvenir with this handmade cotton paper and envelope set.

  • Tape measure

    Invented in the 19th century, a typical tailor’s tape measure is made in white cotton.

  • Travelling pouch

    This oversized cotton envelope slides into one’s luggage, protecting delicate clothing.

  • Travelling candlestick

    A simple sheet of stainless steel can be folded, becoming a triptych mirrored candlestick to be placed or hung.

  • Cabochon stickers

    Trompe l’œil stickers take on a marble effect, transforming basic tiling into elegant marble cabochon flooring.

  • Sleep mask

    The iconic « Incognito », the Maison’s first eyewear, is reinterpreted in cotton, allowing one to sleep peacefully.

  • Miniature Emmanuelle Chair

    A Maison signature since its inception, the Emmanuelle chair, covered in white cotton is reduced, becoming a decorative object or a trinket bowl.

  • Magnets

    Seven magnets representing iconic Maison images, photographed in black and white.

  • Leather ruler

    A classic 12-inch ruler is transformed in brown leather with embossed gold details.

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