Marin Montagut, a young illustrator with a refined and colourful graphic design, has developed a poetic and refined universe populated by rare objects: illustrated plates, drawing boards, decorative porcelain...
For the Palace of Versailles, he imagined a version of his famous "Bonjour Paris" design and drew a line reproducing small objects - teapot, dog, shoes, Marie-Antoinette's extravagant hairdo - in pastel colours whose charm works immediately.
Charentaise was born in the 17th century from the felts used to dry paper in Charente's paper mills. It takes the form of a comfortable felt slipper, filled with wool with a pressed wool sole.
Known as "the silent one", this slipper was worn by the valets at the court of Louis XIV to avoid hearing them in the corridors of Versailles. For the RMN - Grand Palais, La Charentaise-Tcha makes a historical wink by decorating the famous slipper with a sun. This is a production made in France 100% in Charente.
Mon Petit Art
Mon Petit Art brings together creators, designers and illustrators imagining objects, toys in a playful and funny spirit. A small creative society, Mon Petit Art awakens children's imaginations and enriches this small world of fantasy.
For the Palace of Versailles, Mon Petit Art has created a complete collection of creative games featuring the palace, its characters and plot.
The RMN-Grand Palais and the French brand Maison Baluchon present you an exceptional range of products entirely designed and manufactured in France.
A limited edition collection that celebrates a place of wonder: The Royal Menagerie of the Palace of Versailles, a true celebration of the Age of Enlightenment in the manner of the Sun King. Immerse yourself in this incredible place where, in the 17th century, all of Europe came to discover rare or unknown animal species.
Completed by shapes evoking the symmetry thought up by Le Nôtre in the gardens of the Palace, this improbable fauna recalls the majesty of the place. Carrying with you a pocket, bag, scarf in the colours of this motif is a bit like taking this wonderful cloakroom on another trip.
Ma Poésie creations invite you to travel back in time.
After studying at the École nationale supérieure des Arts Décoratifs in Textile Design, designer Elsa Poux quickly established a very personal style and a strong graphic identity.
During her collaboration with the RMN - Grand Palais for the Palace of Versailles, she created a scarf with a unique design, inspired by the superb perspective offered by the succession of the Louis XIV Halls.
During his reign, these apartments, located on the first floor of the north wing of the castle, were occupied by members of the royal family and blood princes.
Making fans for queens since 1827, the Duvelleroy house has endured thanks to the richness of its collections and the passion of its heir, who has kept its pleating moulds, patterns and mounting projects.
Through this line, in collaboration with the RMN - Grand Palais for the Palace of Versailles, Duvelleroy demonstrates its unique and remarkable know-how.
Since 2003, the Petite Mendigote brand has been reflecting bohemian Paris and elegance through collections of leather goods and trendy accessories at affordable prices.
For the Palace of Versailles, Petite Mendigote proposes to personalize a series of trendy and fashionable pockets around the royal universe: "Favorite", "Princesse", "Royal", and "Ma Reine".
For the RMN - Grand Palais and the Palace of Versailles, Lakange, distributor of stationery and leather goods accessories, has created a men's line of leather accessories with a hot stamped emblem on the Royal Court gate.
For several years now, this creative studio has been developing children's imaginations through cardboard constructions. A regular partner of Petit H - Hermès, Studio ROOF honours design and poetry in each of its projects.
They joined forces with the RMN - Grand Palais to revive the King's Menagerie, Louis XIV's first major construction site when he arrived at the Palace of Versailles.
For ethical reasons, the cardboard used is recycled and the inks are vegetal.
Atelier Choux Paris
Atelier Choux Paris offers elegant products for babies and young children, illustrated with charismatic creatures and architectural wonders. Her illustrations invite toddlers to develop their imagination, creativity and sense of humour.
Atelier Choux Paris and its designer Matthias Adolfsson have created a series of birth gifts for the Palace of Versailles, which takes up the motif of the hot-air balloon that is dear to them, and is inspired by different views of the castle.
Petit Jour Paris
A French brand created in 1977 by Thomas Lettman, Petit Jour Paris uses many illustrators to develop its collections.
For the RMN - Grand Palais, Soledad had fun drawing the Sun King and Marie-Antoinette in their universe.