After 200 years of existence, the Maison Braquenié is celebrating its bicentenary and launching a collection of fabrics, wallpapers, rugs and carpets, as impressive in its scope as in the number of archival documents that make it up.
On the occasion of its 200th anniversary, Braquenié is launching the 1823-2023 ANNIVERSAIRE collection, which bears witness to the timelessness of its heritage and celebrates the quintessence of French style.
Gabrielle Rul is a 27 year old multi-plastician and model who graduated from the Studio Berçot fashion design school.
Rather than clothes, which she sees as camouflage, it is the personality of people expressed through their looks that fascinates her.
Djo-Bourgeois! A mythical name for fans of the modernist movement, which hides a couple of artists with complementary talents: Georges Djo-Bourgeois, known as Djo-Bourgeois, architect and designer with a dazzling career, and Elise, his wife, textile designer.
With 25 references, the sixth edition of DESSINS adds boldness and eclecticism to this prestigious series.
On the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the French artist’s death, the Yves Klein Archives and the Pierre Frey House are celebrating his memory and his work by creating two panoramic wallpapers and three rugs.
Alexandre de Betak Signs Cherry Kawasaki a panoramic wallpaper for la Maison Pierre Frey
The archives of the House of Pierre Frey inspire the PARADE fabric and wallpaper collections.
Naoki Kawano expresses geometric movement through an assembly of simple shapes highlighted by the association of complex colours.
Pierre Frey's Parade collection was conceived as a perfectly orchestrated show, bursting with life and energy.