Fournitures offers a selection of customizable custom-made furniture, as well as decorative objects (lighting, household linen, tableware...) signed by talented designers and craftsmen paying particular attention to the quality of materials and workmanship.
Ode to 30 avenue Montaigne - Monsieur Dior’s private mansion, in the form of a trompe- l’oeil, the couture house’s new showcase unrolls a ribbon staircase over three oors to discover the brand’s iconic pieces and latest collections, as well as works and sculptures from the Nilufar and Negropontes galleries and furniture by Dimore Studio, Paolo Castelli, Osanna Visconti di Modrone, Ramy Fischler and Philippe Malouin.
The Causse firm perpetuates the prestigious expertise associated with Millau, the world capital of glove-making. Founded in 1892, the famous glove maker broadcasts its contemporary vision of the glove in its Parisian boutique that was designed by Jean-Michel Wilmotte.
Pas de Calais opened its first Paris boutique in September 2015. Created by Yukari Suda in 1998, the Japanese brand is a tribute to Calais lacework and has both its own creations and a range of fabrics in traditional colours using the latest technology to do magical things with cotton, linen and silk.
After duvets, pillows and sleeping bags Pyrenex’s iconic item is the feather and down quilted anorak. The Crabos family business located in the heart of the Landes region, heartland of France’s goose and duck agribusinesses, has for 200 years developed a business using the by-products to manufacture sports clothes originally for excursions to the nearby Pyrenees.
Founded in 1865, located in the heart of Paris, Printemps Haussmann is both a historic monument and a model of modernity. An icon of fashion for the last 150 years, its 45 000sqm spread over three buildings plays host to 22 million visitors a year.