Laduree's style is distinctive and recognisable. What makes it so? What are their inspirations? How can we reproduce this style in rooms or parts of our homes? Three decorative styles combine to make up Laduree style: 18th century, Second Empire and Madeline Castaing reinterpreted by Laduree. Today Laduree is more than just a tea shop and macaroons. It is a desirable environment that unites customers from all over the world. It is created from historical inspiration and feminine styles that inspired the decorative arts of their times: Madame de Pompadour in the 18th century, Empress Eugenia in the Second Empire and Madeleine Castaing at the beginning of the 20th century. This book presents how Laduree adapted these styles to create their own environment: furniture, materials, textiles, wallpaper, jewellery, beauty accessories etc. This beautifully crafted 3-sided pop-up presented in a ribbon-tied envelope shows a perfect representation of Laduree style.Über den Autor:
Serge Gleizes is a journalist and used to be the Editor in Chief of 'Architectural Digest'. He contributes to the decorating and interior design section of 'M' magazine (Le Monde) and 'Ideat'. He is also the author of several books: 'La Villa Arson a Nice' (Ed. du Patrimoine, 2011), 'Bruno Moinard: l'architecte promeneur' (La Martiniere Style, 2010), 'L'Art de vivre en Normandie' (Flammarion, 2009), 'Laduree: fabricant de douceurs' (Minerva, 2006).
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