The Paris it-girl orchestrating collaborations that connect artists to French savoir-faire, for witty, limited-edition interiors objects
Born-and-bred Parisienne Emily comes from a long line of successful, hard-working creatives – most famously her aunt Isabel, whose eponymous label continues to define Parisian chic. After graduating, a stint curating the shop at Musée Maillol provided an epiphany, and aged 27, she founded her creative agency Studio Marant. The collab-happy laboratory’s projects have since hopped genres, drawing on emerging talents for its productions – be it staging Sonia Rykiel’s 50th anniversary or creating pop-up boutiques and capsule collections. Together with Hugo Matha, she’s now launched French Cliché, a roving gallery and label with a Paris base that turns icons of French culture into witty, limited-edition interiors objects: think ceramic croissants reappropriated as teapots.