This September, a few lucky members of the EA team had the opportunity to go style-spotting at Paris’ glamorous Maison & Object trade show.
We got to explore Parisian chic… and we noticed a few similarities to the looks in our upcoming October 2016 line!
Touches of patterns from far-flung locales were popular across the September 2016 show, especially touches of Japanese-inspired silhouettes and motifs. Thom Filicia’s Chatham collection pairs a classic warm grey palette with a subtle floral pattern inspired by Japanese cherry blossom drawings.
The Call of the Wild
References to nature were all the rage at Maison & Object 2016. This roughly hewn table, with mismatched “found” stools from Danish brand Muubs is a perfect example. De Medici’s Lagos introduction channels nature with a subtle marbled pattern.
Bring on the Glam
Barclay Butera’s Luxe collection channels an all-out glam look with a touch of Old Hollywood glamour. And with its pared-back color palette, golden touches, and luscious textures, it mirrors this vignette from Jonathan Adler’s Maison showroom.
Bring on the Pink
Niche brings on the pink this market with Taylor, a contemporary collection with a bright color palette. This vignette from Light & Living is just one example of the bright pink tones popular at Maison this year.
All Around the World
These incredible Moroccan-inspired lights from Zenza created an eye-catching entrance at Maison & Object 2016’s Eclectic section. The medallion silhouettes mirror the main motif of Niche’s new Bowie collection.