Faubourg des Lumieres

This bright and shining collection is inspired by the principles of Modernist Architecture. The 1937 Universal Exhibition in Paris was a step towards the transition from Art Deco to Modernism.
At the heart of this event, the Light and Electricity Pavilion showcased their potential in the modern world. Designed by the architect Robert Mallet-Stevens, it featured light and kinetic technologies.
FAUBOURG DES LUMIERES is inspired by the patterns of this period, the abundance of textures and the metallic shine of its inks.
In a range of deep tones, it features elegant geometric compositions influenced by the architecture and stained glass of the Thirties.