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We’ll take any opportunity to gush about the lovely stores that stock us around the world.
By Marie is one of our absolute favourites and we are thrilled to be in three of their stores throughout Europe.
We are incredibly proud to be stocked in By Marie alongside fantastic designers like 3:1 Phillip Lim, Vanessa Bruno and Heimstone in both Paris stores as well as in St Tropez.
From exploring the stores personally to late night shopping by appointment, to beautifully wrapped gifts right to your door, if you’re lucky enough to be in Paris or St Tropez, pay By Marie a visit, we promise you won’t regret it.
They also have a fantastic online mood board/ inspiration blog which we adore!
Spike Jonze: Mourir AuprÃ¨s de Toi
Spike Jonze: Mourir AuprÃ¨s de Toi on Nowness.com.
So Haunting, so beautiful, so beautifully produced is Spike Jonze’s new short film with Olympia Le-Tan.
Designer Olympia Le-Tan’s embroidered clutch-bags spring to life in director Spike Jonzeâ€™s tragicomic stop-motion animation Mourir AuprÃ¨s de Toi (To Die By Your Side). On a shelf in famed Parisian bookstore Shakespeare and Company, the star-crossed love story of a klutzy skeleton and his flame-haired amour plays out amidst Le-Tanâ€™s illustrations of iconic first-edition book covers. “It’s such a beautiful and romantic place,â€� offers Le-Tan of the antiquarian bookstore. “The perfect setting for our story!â€� The project started after Jonze asked for a Catcher in the Rye embroidery to put on his wall and the plucky Le-Tan asked for a film in return. Enlisting French filmmaker Simon Cahn to co-direct, the team wrote the script between Los Angeles and Paris over a six month period, before working night and day animating the 3,000 pieces of felt Le-Tan had cut by hand. â€œI love getting performances from, telling stories about and humanizing things that arenâ€™t human,â€� said Jonze of working with Le-Tanâ€™s characters. After spending five years adapting Maurice Sendakâ€™s Where The Wild Things Are, Jonzeâ€™s recent shorts include robot love story Iâ€™m Here and an inspired G.I. Joe-starring video for The Beastie Boys. â€œA short is like a sketch,â€� he says. â€œYou can have an idea or a feeling and just go and do it.â€� Here the iconic director reveals his creative process to writer Maryam L’Ange.