A sharp and fair selectionThe latest initiative of the French designer agnès b. has something to seduce. His house on the water invites us to an aesthetic journey of a new kind, as much by the originality of the approach as by the selection of objects and accessories. From dishes to light fixtures, linens or stationery, all objects are chosen, staged and photographed by the designer herself. There are thus the famous cornette lamps of the French Tsé Tsé, origami balls made in India or a splendid beveled mirror from Portuguese craftsmanship. The collection, which shines with its eclecticism, will have to evolve during the year, according to the travels and discoveries of the French stylist.
Reasonable consumptionThe common point of her objects obviously lies in their manufacture, a detail to which agnès b. has always been sensitive to his own creations. The fairness aspect is therefore privileged and the know-how of the craftsmen put forward. Lovers of the brand knowingly buy, and now know where the product was made, and what materials were chosen. A more reasonable way of consuming which in turn makes us succumb to temptation!
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