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Marked by the marriage of times between the winter collection 2019-20 and the Renaissance castle of Bournazel, we wanted to extend this magic in our shops.

As every year, the decoration was implemented by Catherine André and Delphine Dupas David - stylist & textile designer.

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Delphine made a selection of portraits of Renaissance Madonnas whose style and expression could be suitable for the purpose.
Then, she crafted fifteen frames of classic inspiration, at the dimensions of these portraits.

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The frames, entirely made of cardboard, are homemade.
Marquetry is a blend of fabric, cardboard and patina with the season colours. Regarding to the moldings, they are done with corrugated carton, gilded and patinated.

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This way the Madonnas are adorned with the collection motifs and enshrined in their own frame.

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Our windows in Paris and Ghent are decorated with these emblematic portraits, borrowed from great Renaissance masters such as Leonardo da Vinci, Bronzino, Raphael…

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This winter, the Lady with the ermine dresses in Catherine André, just like the Madonna with the pearl or the Girl of Petrus !

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19-20 Winter Collection Book


Winter Collection Boutique


Our stores and points of sales


Le château de Bournazel (fr)