Everyday Ornament emphasize the fact that that decoration remains important to highlight the singularity of an object, our way of life and our history. Memory is an incredible tool to understand our contemporary aesthetics, revealing political, cultural and social motives when we peel back the historic layers of these art movements. Less is more has itself become a conceit of the upper classes.
It's been a quite a few years now that we wanted to expand our design selection. Since we opened 12 years ago, we hunted and collected so many clothing brands and pieces. We saw many little ones growing big and huge ones falling down, from the beginning till the end. We launched a lot of emerging brands who now became the pillars of the fashion landscape. Collaborations with designers and artists were always the heart and soul of our store. Following our core philosophy, we open the gates to new universes to stay a little longer before saying goodbye.
Our design corner already counts a lot of newcomers and installed artists such as James Shaw, Joseph Algieri, Dum Keramik, Siup Studio, Adèle Vivet, Alfred Sahlén, Studio Thier & Van Daalen, Lola Mayeras, Argot Studio, Tetri Objects, Violaine d'Harcourt, Trame, Jenna Kaes, Forma & Cemento, Moustache, Marina Mankarios, Craig Barrow, Peter Slight, Ward Wijnant, Studio Arhoj, Studio Laura Itkonen, Sophie Alda and many more to come.