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Constance Guisset Studio | Tokyo collection

Objects © Photo Guisset

Tokyo is an ergonomic and joyful collection of bags.

© Photo Guisset

© Photo Guisset

Resulting from a work on the shape and uses, Tokyo offers a typology of simple and light bags, suitable for a multitude of situations. The colorful straps dress this practicality with soft color transitions, evoking a trip to the tropics, the contemplation of the sunrise or a walk in the forest.

© Photo Guisset

© Photo Guisset

Serge Bensimon and Constance Guisset wanted to collaborate for a long time. Their reunion at the Palais de Tokyo, around the Three Conversations, raises an idea: a collection of bags featuring the colored straps of the installation.

© Photo Guisset

© Photo Guisset

Constance Guisset brought her research on shapes, ergonomy and color. House of Bensimon added its unique knowledge and eye.

© Photo Guisset

© Photo Guisset

Designer: Constance Guisset Studio
Photographer: Photo Guisset
 
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