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Marion Vidal is a designer based in Paris.

She tirelessly explores shapes, formats, colors and materials.

Ceramic, hitherto little used because it was wrongly considered fragile, enables her to create spectacular, colorful, graphic pieces with a strong identity. The texture of earthenware, matt or glossy, and its sharply defined shapes contrast with the materials (jersey, cotton voile, satin, grosgrain) and the often highly sophisticated ribbon patterns. The ceramics, cast and therefore hollow for greater lightness, have always been produced in northern Italy and assembled, like the rest of the pieces, in Paris.

Metal, of course, gilded brass, vermeil or silver. On its own (rings, earrings, brooches) or combined with other materials (often in the form of tubes or chains) in more complex, architectural compositions.

Wood: ebony, pearwood, sycamore. Carved and articulated.

Stone: marble (white, black, red, green), obsidian, lapis lazuli, malachite. In geometric solids.

Leather as a support.

Plexiglas, finally, since the summer 2018 collection. Cut, shaped, polished and thermoformed by hand, it opens up a whole new field of possibilities, thanks to its rich range of colors, the reflections and play of light it naturally creates, and its transparency, which makes it easier to see the links (ribbons or chains) between the pieces.

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