I learned a few days ago that my favourite stylist, Lolita Lempicka launched a collection of organic teas, cookies and jams. I'm a very "organic" girl so immediatly had a look to her website, and what an amazing surprise It was, That's the most beautiful website I have ever seen ! And her products are also great. Spirit delicate boudoir, with the the tea " Beautiful in the wood of licorice " or still the " Treatment of shock " way organic Lolita: some dark chocolate in the brightness of caramelized macaroons. The packaging is faithful to the style of the creator, between mini limp in hat and caskets way case pastel. About ten products organic 100 % which make salivate. But are these great caskets cardboard recyclable, you will say to me? Well yes. Beautiful and organic, I said!
Fabien Barral is the one who made me want to become a graphic designer 7 years ago. He is a graphic designer and a photographer like me. He likes the typo and that is obvious! He creates with sophisticated textures. His wife Frédérique, is fascinated by history of art and arrangement and draws her inspiration from the nature. Together they created a line of stickers and posters under the attractive name of " Harmonie Interieure ", a wonderful concept of decorations for the house. What a wonderful way of marrying the graphics to the decoration ! We can say that together they form a fine sensitive team, quite in nuances and sweetnesses.
For one girl tea break in Paris, the ideal place is obviously Ladurée, this mythical tearoom creator of the famous macaroons about which was crazy Marie-Antoinette. I chose an almond tea and a green apple macaron, it was delicious!
Nathalie Lete's work reminds me my children books, that's maybe the reason why I love It so much. She's a french graphic designer. She is inspired by her travels, but also by the mixing of vintage toys and old engravings of flowers and animals. Her work is colourful, naive and poetic, sometimes strange, to the point of tending towards art brut. Her world is nurtured by popular and folk art. She produces children’s and graphic’s books, knitted and stuffed toys, glass pictures, patterned dishes, but also postcards,ceramic sculptures, silkscreen printed t-shirts, rugs and jewels in limited edition. She recently created drawing on ceramic for Anthropologie.
I'm not a mom yet but I already know where I would go when I will be searching some unique decorations for my kid's bedroom, at "Petit Pan", a lovely shop in Montmartre, Paris. The owners of this shop wanted to make relive a home-made tradition and conceive a universe in which they wanted to live with their children. There's also a great selection of vintage objects, tricycles, strollers, shool chairs...
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