Since its very beginnings, The Socialite Family, the home decorating brand that everyone’s talking about, has never ceased to evolve. Starting out as an online magazine dedicated to modern families’ lifestyle and the interior design of their homes, it has enjoyed a metamorphosis over the last two years, driven by Constance Gennari. And has become a complete furniture, lighting and lifestyle accessory brand. We like to think of objects as “itinerant and moveable furniture” within the home, and this materialised with the creation of our early models, now iconic: the Panchina bench, the Cavallo armchair and the Gioia table lamp. These same models can today be found in the home of the founder and artistic director of The Socialite Family. Mingling with personal pieces inherited via a rich artistic family history, with a definite taste for everything vintage. To celebrate the arrival of happy news for The Socialite Family — including the imminent opening of our very own shop in Paris, at the beginning of May— Constance agreed to be interviewed once more. Turning the mirror on herself. Plain speaking from this Franco-Italian lady who has agreed to share with you the secrets of what most inspires The Socialite Family. A rare visit, throughout which we will meet some of the people who most fashioned her imagination. First of all, her Mother. A collector, not really an antique dealer but driven by an exceptional creative energy, she didn’t hesitate to take her children with her all over Paris to search out objects. Then Italy, birthplace of design, in the shape of Milan, birthplace of her Father. That’s where everything really began.