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Anne Fleur Broudehoux found inspiration in the «Artiste / Artisan” exhibit, which took place in 1977, in Paris, at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs. The poster for the exhibit, designed by the artist Edith Raymond, is the starting point for this season.

Since then, these two women had the opportunity to meet, and the Edith print was created from their collaboration, and their common love for simple, happy, and colorful shapes. This print, inspired by patchworks created for the 1977 exhibit, exists now as ready-to-wear, as well as a blanket, hand-made in India. Patchwork and embroidery are signatures within the textile world, at the border between art and craftsmanship.

For this collection, Anne-Fleur was also inspired by Jacques Couëlle, a renowned architect, known for his grotto-style homes. This is an architect whose instinct pushed him to reject straight angles. Whether it is a terrain on which to build a home, or materials to assemble, at the beginning all we have are intuitions and tools. That is all we have, until that key moment when everything fits into place, when the colors, prints, and fabrications perfectly jive together.


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