Lemaire takes up residence on the Place des Vosges

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Launched in 1995, the Lemaire home has by no means ceased to attract the contours of a posh Parisian wardrobe. Refined yet designed for everyday wear, it has explored an entire palette of impartial, organic, and matte shades without boring us. Initiated by Christophe Lemaire and joined by Sarah-Linh Tran in 2010, the model has opened a brand new chapter to tackle the scope we all know right now. Favoring materials woven in Europe and Japan, it invites artists to infuse their pastes into their creations. One example is the Cherokee painter Joseph Elmer Yoakum, whose unbelievable panoramas have been used to embellish silk pieces. Or the artist Carlos Peñafiel, behind this astonishing bag within the form of an enormous shell. 

A captivating universe that is now current in a second Parisian boutique, on Place des Vosges, after that which opened at 28 rue du Poitou within the third arrondissement. Dedicated to the world of equipment, this second area was designed by the architect Francesca Torzo. Introduced as a topography, or geography, this boutique is adorned with a minimal and natural décor, with terracotta, marmorino, and lacquered parts. Dressed in clean, grainy, granulated, and talc textures, it presents the varied Lemaire pieces as object-forms within a fantasy panorama, topped by a black-clad archway.


Lisa Agostini

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