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JULIA VANHAGEN – REPRESENTATIVE, DEIRDRE DYSON FRANCE

Renound fashion consultant and tastemaker, Julia VanHagen, is Deirdre Dyson’s French represenative.

Julia sees clients by appointment at Deirdre’s gallery at 12 rue des saints-pères – Paris – 75007.

Contact julia@deirdredyson.com to make your appointment.


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Review of the 6th AD Intérieurs

Our Paris-based Commercial Sales & Marketing Manager, Agnes Guillard, visited the sixth edition of AD Intérieurs held at the Palais d’Iéna, earlier in September.

15 interior designers were selected to design room sets in the ‘House of the Future’, these were the ones that caught Agnes’ eye:

The Dressing Room by Damien Langlois-Meurinne

The Dressing Room by Damien Langlois-Meurinne

‘A feminine, calm and luminous space: a cocoon with soft colours, perfect for dressing or a boudoir.’

The joyful Living Room by Alexandre De Betak

The joyful Living Room by Alexandre De Betak

‘A space to relax, watch movies, to laze around… Alexandre de Betak has created a room with multiples uses, inspired by the 1970’s.’

The Office by Oitoemponto

Office by Oitoemponto

‘More and more people are working from home. Oitoemponto have created not only an office space, but a convivial place to spend time and meet clients.’

The Aesthete Cabinet by Thierry Lemaire

Aesthete Cabinet by Thierry Lemaire

‘An interesting space created from a hybrid of heritage and the futuristic, classical decoration and rough industrial elements.’

The Dining Room by Dimore Studio

Dining Room by Dimore Studio

‘This dining room is a mirror of the past: the rug is inspired by Art Nouveau, walls refer to 1950’s Italian Modernism but the interior designers have incorporated these influences to work with our contemporary way of living.’


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Agnes’ “Coups de Coeur” from Maison et Objet

Our Parisian representative Agnes Guillard chooses her top five picks from September’s Maison et Objet Paris.

Precious

Precious

The exhibition Precious by Elizabeth Leriche in Hall 7 was presenting artists, artisans and designers who were revisiting the codes of luxury.  We were very impressed by Lionel Esteve who applies gold leafs on plants.

Precious

Yana Svetlova

Yana Svetlova

Yana Svetlova was presenting her first collection Art Of Imitation with watercolor panos and big scale wallpapers.

Lalie design

Lalie Design

The designer of printed fabrics for home decoration Lalie Design was presenting various colourful prints. In the bedroom displayed, there were seven prints that can be mixed together in the same room. The result was quiet unique.

Sharon Marston

Sharon Marston

Six designs from the bespoke lighting designer Sharon Marston were exposed. We really liked their delicate and organic shapes.

Etienne Moyat

Etienne Moyet

We also discovered the stunning creations in sculpted wood by Etienne Moyat. His finished pieces combined contemporary curves and primitive and raw materials.