Michael and Aurore found the perfect spot, remodeled it, then selected talented designers whose work was a great complement to their jewellery and leather goods: woolen scarves, silk stoles, cardboard and stationery articles, shoes and a colourful collection of socks.
Atelier V.O. designs and makes objects of cardboard with the ambition to give style to your stationery and to emphasize your memories. Hand-made, unique or small series, personalized and/or custom-made, they reflect your personality or your company thanks to a wide choice of materials and colors.
BellePaga is the company of two young Belgian entrepreneurs : one of them grew up in Bolivia and they decided to launch together their own brand. They created a line of natural, hot and elegant accessories made of Alpaca wool for women, men and children. It is about a new brand which finds the balance between comfort, heat and elegance. It is also a brand with strong values linked to fair trade and to nature. Indeed, every article is as natural as possible, and by buying articles made by BellePaga, you contribute directly, and with full transparency, to concrete actions of environmental protection.
Escuyer is an underwear brand that offers elegant, simple and premium quality everyday-use basics for men. More than just conventional basics, they are designed in Brussels and made of the finnest cotton in Portugal. The brand identity has been nominated for ‘Design of the year 2014’ by the Design Museum of London.
Knitwear designer, Géraldine knits since the adolescence. After completing communication studies, she creates her first collection of completely hand-knitted accessories. The collections that follow will keep the taste of this precise and endless work. Very fast, Géraldine is confronted with the limits of hand-knitting and decides then to partner with small local workshops. In 2014, she decides to follow the Master's degree in knitwear to the Academy of Arts, to learn the technique of machine knitting and the industrial language.
When we wrap up ourselves in one of her tartan plaids, when we cross one of her scarves around our neck, we can feel all this, but what we are struck by is the softness of the materials. No dirty mixture which itches the neck thus. Moreover, her universe is hyper coherent, punctuated with architectural, graphical but also floral and cinematographic inspirations.
Coralie Groetaers, the designer behind "Les Frileuses" has been immersed in the fashion world since her childhood, among stylists and artists. Her brand is a link between her DNA and her passion for beautiful materials. The scarves are created in Europe, in factories trusted by major luxury brands.
During her childhood, Marie Le Lorrain spent most of her time traveling with her mother around Europe in search of plants, workshops and flea markets. She found a lot of elements and accesories there. She gives them a second life by using them to create new original creations. She mixes past and present technologies while adding a touch of vintage to each new creation. Marie Le Lorrain favours pastel and monochrome colours such as white, black and grey. The designer also offers a variety of vintage jewelry and accessories from the 50s, the 60s, the 70s and the 80s.
After graduating from the Victor Horta Institute of Architecture in Brussels, Michael Guérisse O’Leary studied leatherwork at Les Arts et Métiers de Bruxelles under a master craftsman from the Maison Delvaux. In his designs one can see architectural influence subtly expressed through geometric and sculptured forms. Each piece is carefully handcrafted with great measure of care in a constant pursuit of perfect proportions, simplicity and unconventional beauty. The collections are inspired by master architects and designers such as Andrée Putman, Gae Aulenti, Gio Ponti, Richard Serra, Alvar Aalto.
As a tribute to his grandfather, he decided to name his brand after him. Albert Guérisse was a member of the belgian resistance during the Second World War. After Belgium was forced to surrender, he escaped to Great Britain to continue the fight under the cover name of ‘Pat O’Leary’. In London he met secret agent Sylvia Coopersmith, working for Military Intelligence. He eventually married her in 1946. Pat O’Leary went on to organize one of the biggest escape routes of the Second World War.
With Rwandese origins and working from Belgium, Munana Gatera first studied fashion design, before becoming a male model and travelling the world getting in touch with all sorts of images, leaving him with lasting impressions. From this pool of creativity, the artist draws his inspiration, as a painter, to create compositions filled with subtlety as well as dynamism, always mixing abstract and metaphorical patterns.
Under the name of Gatera, the artist keeps on creating formidable art that brings out a certain profoundness whether it is in his drawings, patterns, or other forms of design. Munana Gatera is designing a range of unique stoles. Fully fledged items of clothing, they take their inspiration from Munana's research in painting, mixing vibrant woven patterns, interlaced designs, fluid lines, or plant drawings in black and white. Given flowing movement by the fabric, his original prints achieve complete harmony with the silhouettes.
After graduating from the National School of Visual Arts of the CAMBRE and from the Beaux-Arts, Olivia Hainaut worked in collaboration with Natan couture (official supplier to the Belgian royal court), Olivier Strelli or Walter Lecompte-Slachmuylder. Olivia Hainaut is one of the great Belgian creators of whom our country is so proud ! Her attention to detail makes of every product a piece of art. Olivia has developped her own sense of beauty and creativity that she tries to translate in her works every day.
Viski is comprised of contemporary wine, bar and lifestyle collections that marry classic function with exceptional design. Individual pieces, crafted from materials of the highest caliber, range from 24-karat gold-dipped corkscrews and faceted crystal tumblers to a full line of professional barware cast in 18/8 grade stainless steel. Across all collections, the Viski brand is united by an unmistakable element of timeless sophistication which characterizes this selection of classics, redefined.
Sarah Meyers and Laura Fügmann are the founders of Meyers & Fügmann – a studio for textile and product design based in Berlin and Luxembourg. The two met during their study of textile and surface design at Artschool Weissensee in Berlin and graduated from the Sandberg Instituut in 2015.
Emmanuelle Berthe, the Edition Pourpre's designer, creates elegant and environment friendly stoles. Inspired by the nature, she loves colors, harmony and beautiful materials. Her timeless creations are made from a mix of natural colors extract in order to obtain unique and intense pieces.