The pacific cotton throw, like the Poppy bag, is your new beach companion. It is around this action – going to the beach – which has gradually been considered since the advent of the leisure era as natural, almost banal, although always full of light and joy – going to the beach – that Maud Hannart and Rebecca Renault, the designer duo who founded the Incendie Color Studio, express their talent.
The beach lifestyle is once again becoming a wonderful and precious adventure. A shimmering moment of light and water on bodies that are variously tanned, naked, stretched or softened to the extreme.
Pacific cotton Throw woven in France by the Charlieu factory in Lyon. Once deployed on the incandescent sand, it will make your body shimmer with drops of salt water into a persistent light that will dance for a long time on the retina of all those marine eyes whose sensitivity is exacerbated by the months of confined asceticism.
Maud Hannart and Rebecca Renault show a rich background that led them to create this studio high in colour and know-how. One would get lost trying to identify in the objects they produce – in France, therefore – the influences born from each of its stages, from the School of Decorative Arts in Paris, through Philadelphia, Hermès, and the team of the discreet dandy Christophe Lemaire ; whether it be the minimalist and joyful approach to their objects, or the excellence of the workshops that produce them, such as the Lyon-based manufacture Charlieu, for example, to whom we owe, among other things, the light Alpha 3X, washable without solvents and fireproof, from which the curtains of the presidential plane are made, passing the fresh zenith on it’s way to the Brégançon beach.