Chouquettes – Episode 14: Florence Lopez
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Hypnotising Encounter at Florence Lopez's Decorator Workshop and Appartement.



Chouquettes – Episode 14: Florence Lopez

Galerie Salon is becoming the epicentre of attention until the end of December! Legendary address bought by Carole Borraz and her husband Stéphane in 2004, the boutique – the location of which was once painted by the artist Balthus – is being transformed into a living advent calendar. An extraordinary initiative led by the owner and Hélène Lemasson, designer of the website Les Germanopratines. The concept: to transform the place into a “pop-up theatre” for 24 days during which personalities from the worlds of the arts, literature, fashion, culture and – of course – interior design will appear. Just like a ballet during which Kamel Mennour, Nathalie Rykiel, Benoît Astier de Villatte, Vincent Darré and Jean Charles de Castelbajac will play their parts. All are invited to bring a personal object to enrich the day’s display. A bold, fun event, this countdown will be accompanied by portraits of the protagonists which can be seen on Les Germanopratines. An online cover that The Socialite Family is complementing with a Chouquettes on Friday 8 December, the day when Galerie Salon is hosting Florence Lopez. It is for this occasion that the antiques dealer and interior designer has exceptionally welcomed us to her studio/living space. A hypnotising encounter, blend of homages to the Brazilian landscape architect Roberto Burle Marx and the master Gio Ponti.

More surprising encounters on video here.

Chouquettes – Episode 14: Florence Lopez
Chouquettes – Episode 14: Florence Lopez
Appartement Salon Commode Florence Lopez
Appartement Portrait Florence Lopez

Photography: Constance Gennari – Text: Caroline Balvay – Translation: TextMaster @thesocialitefamily

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