For nineteen months I lived in a lovely house lent by a rose-loving friend in a small village in the Oreuse valley in northern Burgundy, waiting for my studio to be completed.See products
Welcome to a world of unique and varied designs. Discover our scarves printed on silk twill and cotton voile in different formats. Take a trip through shimmering colours and silky materials.
Welcome to this world of unique and varied designs. Discover our scarves printed on silk twill and cotton voile in different formats. Travel through these shimmering colours colours and silky materials.
A collection of small silk squares to tie around the neck, on the wrist, in the hair, on the bag, or to put in a man’s pocket. To take everywhere with you.
A collection of scarves in the traditional format to brighten up with refinement a sober or monochrome outfit and enjoy the comfortable softness of a high quality French silk twill.
For nineteen months I lived in a lovely house lent to me by a friend and rose friend, in a small village in the Oreuse valley in northern Burgundy, while I waited in northern Burgundy, while waiting for the completion of my workshop.See the scarves
All over the world, floors fascinate me: from the small pebbles polished by the sea from the small sea-polished pebbles meticulously laid out in the alleys of Salobrenia in southern Spain to the gravestones we walk on in our gothic cathedrals. Gothic cathedralsSee the scarves
Each year I run a course in a different part of France for the pleasure of teaching, although this week is very frustrating. the pleasure of transmitting, although this week is very frustrating because I don't create. That year we were in La Crau in the Var, the images of Mediterranean vegetation are accumulating Olbius patternSee the scarves
Everyone knows the toile de Jouy, even if they don't know it, its motifs or imitations have been with us since Christophe-Philippe Oberkampf founded Oberkampf founded the Manufacture de Jouy-en-Josas in 1760.See the scarves
The first subject proposed by the head of the workshop of the school of applied arts where I studied for three years was "ribbons and buttons".
where I studied for three years, was "ribbons and buttons".
This theme seemed to me inexhaustible and my ideas infinite, Time has proven me right as I still often use ribbons for my creations
I was in my last year of a BTS when the Japanese, looking for a designer to
for a designer to Europeanise the kimono designs of their ancestral firm,
So I started to be interested in this fascinating culture fascinating culture and the endless world of kimonos.
How can we not be in awe of the stained glass windows that play with light to tell us so many stories light to tell us so many stories, true ancestors of the comic strip, and of the comic strip, and mix daring colours linked by the grey of lead or of lead or tin.See the scarves
Il existe mille et une façons de porter votre foulaThere are a thousand and one ways to wear your silk scarf or cotton stole and many more to invent. The best known and classic ones are those that cover the head: around the neck, as...READ
In this series, I’m going to look back at the history of our silk and cotton scarf patterns. Each pattern is a creation with multiple inspirations. To tell you about a pattern is also to describe a strong passage in my life. Today, I’m going...READ
Do you dream of buying a silk scarf? But what do you need to know to choose a quality scarf that will last over time? Here are three criteria that will help you find your way : The silk the weave of its weaving, i.e....READ
Welcome to a world of unique and varied designs. Discover our scarves printed on silk twill and cotton voile in different formats. Travel through these shimmering colours and silky materials.
The creativity and traditional skills of the best French silk manufacturers and printers, in the service of authentic and refined items to be worn in all circumstances.
“It is the pleasure in the eyes of my friends and the audience that allows me to see that I have passed on my incredible joy of creating.”