L’Eclaireur, as the name would suggest, is in all simplicity the desire to stand out from the crowd, to discover new designers and to avoid taking the easy way out. L’Eclaireur was born from the desire shared by Martine and Armand Hadida to bring together fashion, design, art and lifestyle in a single place.
Since its inception in 1980, L’Eclaireur has developed and nurtured unique relationships with designers worldwide, embarking with them on projects that bring out the unknown, the exciting, the surprise. It was the first to showcase some of the most talented designers of their generation in France, including Ann Demeulemeester, Martin Margiela, John Galliano and Dries Van Noten, and the "Japanese school": Yohji Yamamoto, Comme Des Garçons, Junya Watanabe and undercover, as well as introduce artists such as such as Arne Quinze, Borek Sipek, Fornasetti, P and Pierre Bonnefille.
Fornasetti is a name that opens the door to a world of symbols and imagination. Created in Milan in the fifties as a design and decorative arts atelier through the genius of Piero Fornasetti, today Fornasetti is a brand known internationally for its unmistakable visual language. Along with its creative process and definition of visual motifs, the production method is another of the company’s distinctive features. Every creation, from furniture and accessories to high-quality porcelain items, is strictly handmade in Italy, upholding a tradition of expert craftsmanship that makes every object truly unique.