Everything has been neatly set up in this apartment-boutique nestled on the mezzanine of Marché Dauphine at the Saint-Ouen flea market.
This dreamlike loft-workshop where everything is for sale also happens to be the chic and cozy home sweet home of Ida M., a fictive fashionista globe-trotter who inspired the two designers of this ephemeral venue. From the kitchen to the living room including the walk-in closet, the space was entirely furnished by scenographer Charlotte de La Grandière (founder of the fabric boutique Rue Hérold) and scriptwriter Marion Vignal with a selection of objects picked up from neighboring stands (trinkets, tableware, clothing…).
A temporary fancy that will close its doors on 22 September.
L’Atelier parisien d’Ida M. Exposition-vente au Marché Dauphine, Puces de Paris, Saint-Ouen. From 14 June to 22 September