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June 24 - July 19, 2014
Tuesday - Saturday
2:00 pm - 7:00 pm
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To celebrate the good days, Made in Town ends the season with a creative selection of beautiful products and good ideas to accompany you throughout the summer. Summer Inventory is showcasing colorful objects and accessories. Chosen by Made in Town, they reflect an original approach of menswear wardrobe, graphic arts and tableware, based on local production and craftsmanship Made in France or Made in Italy.
A summer to revive your wardrobe.
SpM: Darning stitch service with a unique hand embroidery to beautifully save your favorite sweaters, Made in Paris, France.
Label XVI: Re-made shirts, unique pieces made from recycled shirts keeping their original label, which collars and cuffs have been cut and replaced, Made in France and sold with a numbered certificate.
Livia Crispolti: Fine cotton hand-knitted ties which bring color to your outfits, Made in Rome, Italy.
A summer to read, write and draw.
Cent Pages editions: Book collections as part of fifteen years of collaboration between Olivier Gadet and the graphic designers SpMillot to nurture your summer readings, printed in France.
Passeport des artisans: Cultural pass in limited edition which opens the doors of Parisian workshops, offering quality time with a craftsmen selection. Notebooks printed in France.
A summer to compose beautiful tables.
L'Aubusson: Knives unique pieces in forged steel and handle with inclusion of Aubusson tapestry, manufactured in Saint-Pierre d'Aubusson near Bellevue, France.
La Rochère glassware: Glass tableware manufactured by the Living Heritage Company in Passavant-la-Rochère, France.
A rare milliner’s workshop-laboratory, Antica Manifattura Cappelli is a monument of Italian craftsmanship that still preserves an infinity of moulds dating back to the early twentieth century. Opened by the Cirri family in 1936 in the Roman neighborhood of Prati, it now produces custom-made hats for men, women and children as well as for film studios and the theatre.
The tradition of Parisian haute couture relies on the expertise and impeccable work of nimble hands. Their dexterity is acquired over time by the endless repetition of the same gestures. With experience, each new hand-sewn point becomes identical to the previous one – this is the measure of quality and exception.
In order to promote the know-how and the characteristics of La Rochère glass factory, located in Passavant-la-Rochère in the French department of Haute-Saône, Made in Town conducted a series of six video interviews of French and European designers, who have integrated the know-how of the glass factory into their creations. Each in their own way, they mastered glass.