Private access. Privileged encounters. Unforgettable moments.

Photo credit:

Philippe Hertzberg

Bruno Legeron, the shop's fourth-generation owner, directs an all-French crew as they make silk flowers and feather work by hand using tools and techniques handed down from the 17th century. For fashion aficionados, a journey to this studio is an unforgettable, direct connection to the world of haute couture, and a chance to understand in a profound way why Paris has always been at the heart of that world.

From our Gazette news section:

An absolutely fascinating, intimate and fun insight into the specialist craft of artificial flower making for the elite fashion industries. I was additionally delighted that I had the opportunity to ask Monsieur Legeron specialist questions for my own research. Harriet Welty is an incredible guide and translator.

Amy de la Haye, Professor of Dress History & Curatorship - London College of Fashion

An absolutely fascinating, intimate and fun insight into the specialist craft of artificial flower making for the elite fashion industries. I was additionally delighted that I had the opportunity to ask Monsieur Legeron specialist questions for my own research. Harriet Welty is an incredible guide and translator.

Amy de la Haye, Professor of Dress History & Curatorship - London College of Fashion

SANITARY MEASURES IN PLACE DURING OUR JOURNEYS

Small private groups

Physical distancing

Face masks provided

Hydroalchoholic gel available

ALL CARRIED OUT WITH THE UTMOST CARE FOR YOUR HEALTH & SAFETY