Paris Design Week is approaching. As part of the Maison & Objet design fair ecosystem, the 10-day event will open on September 7th and conclude on September 16th. The theme is “Cultivating Optimism, Hedonism and Softness” and is expected to attract an estimated 100,000 visitors. The area between Concorde, Le Marais and Rive Gauche, Expo Paris Nord offers a glimpse of the latest trends and hottest global brands in furniture, interiors, décor, wellness, hospitality and beauty.
WWD here introduces some of the brands that will be participating in the fair.
In addition to the new Sorrento Pickleball Set, Renaissance Bead Art Collection, and Mustique Tic-Tac-Toe Set, ceramist and designer Jonathan Adler will introduce the brand’s newest seating system, the Pompidou Modular Section. While ceramics are the soul of the brand, Adler and his team sculpt prototypes, create full-scale models, and scour the world for premium materials to create homes with his signature upscale, eclectic flair. Let me do it.
Literally, it’s time to take some cold medicine. In addition to oils, Huages’ range has recently been enhanced by the development of specialty pastries using Huages CBD oil by Hôtel de Crillon’s pastry chef. It was founded by three friends, one of whom, Hélène Aubier, worked at Estee’s Loader. The brand quickly rose to prominence as a side hustle after it was founded during the COVID-19 pandemic. All products now include several oil blends specifically designed for use in food. All products are manufactured in France, with the hemp oil coming from Alpes-de-Haute-Provence and the plums and hazelnuts from Lot-et-Garonne. Huage, sold at Le Bon Marché, was recently approached by Hôtel de Crillon to add their CBD brand to their spa treatment menu. His holistic treatment at the hotel, which launched on May 16, is called Rêverie and includes a massage and sound bath, ending with a CBD-infused drink developed by the hotel’s pastry chef, Matthew Carlin. and ends with a pastry.
Ceretti presents its expanded Kintsugi line at Maison & Objet. The Japanese art of restoring porcelain with gold transforms imperfections into works of art. Ceretti and Marcantonio’s experiments continued in the world of giftware with the introduction of a new skull and piggy bank called the Piggy Bank. For those with a more pirate soul, the new skull has golden cracks across its surface, which will be intriguing.
Danish design company &Tradition presents new designs by Spanish artist and designer Jaime Hayon, including the collection “Momento”, a series of objects designed to help their owners enjoy life’s simple pleasures. I will make an announcement. The company will also roll out the Formagami limited edition pendant lamp, which combines Hayon’s contemporary artistic language and craftsmanship.
To inject lightness into the festive mood, Poltrona Frau introduces a new pet line within three new accessories collections and calls it Beauutilities. The company said it is an “ideal combination of unique beauty and functionality that is believed to complement the well-being of different demographics.” The Pet collection includes nine of his accessories, and the new Fitness collection is a line of essential worker equipment for the home gym, created in collaboration with Italian brand Giovanniara. Finally, the new game collection is a series of board games, also created in collaboration with Giovanniara.
Bitossi Home, a Tuscan brand known for its cheerful tableware and gift items, complements this season’s tables with a soft color palette, candleholders, trinket plates and artisanal microshelves. Drawing inspiration from the Bitossi archives, the Maison will also present a ceramics collection by Maison & Objet of the Year designer Müller van Severen. Design duo Fien Müller and Hannes van Severen have created a series of vases that combine craftsmanship and visual artistry.
Ginori 1735 LCDC Gold Collection.
The latest creation from historic Italian porcelain manufacturer Ginori 1735 is LCDC Gold, a special edition of the LCDC Home Fragrance Collection. LCDC stands for La Compagnia Di Caterina, a homage to Caterina de’ Medici and infused with Venetian designer Luca Niquette’s contemporary vision. Ginori 1735 takes a bold step into the world of furniture with the Domus collection of coffee tables. Lamps, chairs, poufs and accessories were on display during Milan Design Week last April. Featuring candles, incense holders, and fragrance diffusers in a variety of sizes and colors, the latest iteration of his LCDC is an olfactory journey through Catherine de His Medici’s journey from Florence to Paris.
Available in white and gold and black and gold color schemes, models include: Il Letterato (Scholar), Il Seguace (Companion), and L’Amazzone (Amazon) are decorated with golden brushstrokes that illuminate the porcelain. His two new fragrances are White Jealousy and The Gold Crown.
This summer, Robget will cut the ribbon on the brand’s first Paris flagship boutique and celebrate its opening during Paris Design Week. The boutique, located at 30 Rue Jacob in the Saint-Germain-des-Prés district, is the epitome of “elegance and sophistication” for the brand, which was founded in Los Angeles in 2004 after its freshman ceramics collection was a huge hit. We will usher in a new era. Bergdorf Goodman’s Buyer’s Eye. This season, the brand is rolling out limited-edition collections such as Ripple, a line of frames, and Edgar, which includes handcrafted wooden trays.
Cyryl Zakrzewski, the Polish sculptor and designer behind CyrylZ, is known for infusing his knowledge of 3D design and appreciation of nature into his work. He said he strives to create “unique biomorphic shapes that are also fully functional furniture.” His vision of the future becomes part of our everyday reality. During Maison & Objet, he will present one of his most famous works, the Holo Dune Chair. This unique functional yet sculptural object echoes the movement of shifting sand.