Paris-primarily based jewellery retailer Mad Lords is identified for curating the best of French and international luxury jewelry models and housing them in a chic, design-ahead house. Their very first boutique, in the coronary heart of Paris on Rue Saint-Honoré, is the epitome of interesting. Now they are bringing their similar easy French model to the French Riviera with a St. Tropez boutique.
Founders and husband-and-spouse duo, Caroline and Serge Muller, are passionate about opening up boutiques in spots that mean the most to them. In addition to their spaces in Paris and St. Tropez, exactly where Caroline was elevated, they have a person in Deauville, wherever Serge grew up. The few is recognized for their hippie-stylish bohemian meets rock ‘n roll design, and they infuse this vibe into their personal design, jewellery variety for Mad Lords and the design and style of their boutiques. Having said that, every single boutique has a various theme. The Paris retailer is designed like a traditional New York Metropolis loft the Deauville boutique’s theme is centered all over traveling and the St. Tropez space is an homage to audio.
“St. Tropez was constantly a dream,” Serge Muller tells Forbes. “Strategically, this is a position exactly where our hippie-chic jewelry universe is a fantastic match. All the St. Tropez visitors correspond exactly to the kind of folks that can grow to be addicted to our universe. It’s a little charming area village as well as the most intercontinental seaside luxurious locale.”
Muller suggests that audio is an crucial part of our tradition, and he wanted to showcase that by a unique decor of classic music parts, like guitars and banjos, as effectively as old bikes normal of St. Tropez in the 1970s that provides another factor of rock ‘n roll to the boutique. They often make certain to shop at flea marketplaces and stores on their worldwide travels to collect 1-of-a-variety parts to use as decor in their shops. For all of their boutiques, they get the job done with their in-property structure firm, Villanova, to deliver each and every house to everyday living. Amazing lights fixtures, rugs and mirrors also adorn the house.
“My family has normally been involved in the arts,” Muller suggests. “My father was a photographer who had infinite passion and information about jazz, classical songs and opera. With our roots deep in art and tunes, I wanted to express my passion in our new shop. Very little by minor, we begun to assemble musical instruments that we found all-around the environment, like guitars from antique merchants in Japan, London and Los Angeles.”
Mad Lords characteristics fine jewelry from renowned makes that in shape its one of a kind aesthetic, including Jacquie Aiche, Shamballa Jewels, Sevan Biçakçi, Maria Tash, Anita Ko, Kismet by Milka and far more. Having said that, the St. Tropez retail store will function pieces and designers that customers will only be able to find in St. Tropez. This location will also offer piercing solutions and even host tattoo artists for tattoo appointments for amazing custom tattoos. The few also started off its have label, Mad Cherished & Ethical, which is a assortment of jewelry that uses 100% ethically sourced and Fairmined supplies.
The store at 8 Rue Gambetta in St. Tropez formally opened on April 23.