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Flân Club’: Best interior collaborations and fashionable homeware 2019

From Virgil Abloh’s (an American fashion designer, entrepreneur, artist, and DJ who has been the artistic director of Louis Vuitton’s men’s wear for those who don’t know) latest collaboration with Ikea to Wes Gordon, creative director of Carolina Herrera, collection with Cabana, discover the coolest interior collaboration of 2019.

The famous French designer and interior decorator Sarah Lavoine is partnering with Bonton, a store specializing in the world of children and is developing an exclusive collaboration for babies’ and children’s room. Discover the cool and colorful pieces of furniture and decorative objects here

 

Cult Paris-born, London-based designer Anissa Kermiche studied engineering and computer science for three years before taking the leap to pursue her passions and start her eponymous jewellery line in 2016. Today the designer’s creations span multiple disciplines – from fine jewellery to ceramic home furnishings – with each piece capturing her signature sense of style. Taking cues from both modern art and female empowerment, her sculptural designs combine a clean, contemporary aesthetic with a deliciously mischievous edge. You might have seen her creation at le Pigalle hotel in Paris. Soon on Maison Flâneur?

“Wes Gordon, creative director of Carolina Herrera, had long been a “super fan” of Cabana’s editor in chief, Martina Mondadori Sartogo. The only problem was, they had never met! So he decided to employ the tactic that, in this digital age, so many of us do to show affection, admiration, and interest. He slid into her DMs.” Explains Vogue journalist Elise Taylor. “The Carolina Herrera x Cabana Home Line  features glassware, plateware, table linens, and a tea set. Their sources of inspiration are many: Gordon and Mondadori Sartogo point to everything from his travels in Latin America to a textile she scoured in a Cairo flea market, to traditional Iznik designs and the history of Carolina Herrera itself. The result is a bold, colorful collection that’s eccentric yet elegant, adorned with handpainted and hand embroidered floral motifs, as well as gilded details.”

“Luke Edward Hall’s colorful, eclectic aesthetic has seen the London-based illustrator and designer quickly establish a firm position in the interiors world. Informed by a love of history and a sense of playfulness, his hand-painted homewares and crockery will make a charming addition to any space.” You’ve discovered Luke on Maison Flaneur with his collaboration with le café de la Semaine, discover his newest collaboration with Richard Ginoari and Matches.com.

We are not generally the ones to support big corporations but we think this collaboration is worth mentioning. Markera collection, a collaboration between IKEA and world-famous creative Virgil Abloh. This range, coming out in November 2019, stylishly fuses functionality with street cred and high cultural references, it brings statement pieces that challenge tradition. The collection consists of a range of fashion-forward homewares that cater towards fluid and contemporary living, including a day bed, table, chair, mirror, lighting, bed textiles, cabinet and accessories.

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