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Katell Leclaire – Ethical jewelry that suits you

Katell Leclaire is a jewelry-designer, she has a workshop-boutique, she is also the director of Les Ateliers K, a training organization that trains solo-entrepreneurs in the development of their creative activity. Katell is a very special jeweler, she only uses ethical materials! We spoke with her to find out ...

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Walter Homestyle – the shop’s Chinese portrait !

Nestled in the heart of Old-Lille, the Walter Homestyle craft store is a cocoon, dedicated to creation. It reveals a wide but coherent selection (decoration, tableware, table lamps, mirrors, serigraphs, cushions, rugs, etc.), cutting-edge but accessible which oscillates between “trendy” brands in ...

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Sabibiche – graphics from the perspective of tufting

A few weeks ago, we had the chance to meet Sabibiche and visit her workshop. The designer revisits the art of tapestry by deploying all her creativity, and applies her graphic creations to tufting! You told us that you came from Paris. How did you come to Brussels? ...

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Virgine Fantino, jeweler : the core of creation

Jewelry made of metal and cherry or peach pits? The designer and jeweler Virginie Fantino opens the doors to her world and tells us about her choice to make organic materials a basic element of her creations. Interview. What immediately appeals to us is the originality of your work ! Where ...

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L’autre Sac – Vegan leather from car windshields!

Mariana is one of the two founders of the vegan leather accessories and bags brand, L'autre Sac.  We interviewed her on the occasion of the launch of a brand new collection, whose production method will surprise you! Can you tell us a little about yourself, your background and how you met your ...

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Julie Loaëc and ceramics : a story of encounters !

A few weeks ago, we met Julie Loaëc, a ceramist who has opened a boutique-workshop in Brest. We discovered a magnificent workshop, born from a succession of encounters. Let's go back in time:  Julie Loaec was born in Brest. She started her studies in Rennes with a ...

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Slow… More than a dance, a way of life !

What is slow? Slow, the opposit of fast. Does it remind you of something? Yes... fast food! It’s in the 80’s, in Italy that Carlo Petrini, a gastronomy journalist, first used « slow » and « food » to oppose the concept of « fast food » A few years later, « Slow », used as an adjective, spread ...

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