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Please introduce yourself

My name is Emily, and I am based in Paris where I grew up. Art has always been a part of my life; my grandmother a painter, my grandfather a publicist, then my mother an artist and my aunt, a designer. I definitely followed that path - studying art in London and creative marketing in Paris - gathering experience working in museums, art institutions and fashion brands before developing my own project.

Can you tell us how Studio Marant came to life? What would you say is your raison d’etre?

Studio Marant launched four years ago - my hope & aim was to build a platform through which I could express different creative landscapes; artistic direction, scenography and curation. I was fascinated by creating and producing limited editions and multiples, and incorporated this in my practice from the beginning. After this structure was created, I was able to open the scope - connection and building bridges between emerging artists and brands. I consider Studio Marant to be somewhere one can find objects differentiated by their artistic & creative value.

Your projects range from graphic design to events, exhibitions to collective partnerships; how do you create that red thread that feels true to your vision?

Every story is unique - evolving according to the space and the client’s DNA, with even the seasons impacting the outcome of the work. I am very involved in each project, so I guess the redthread is related to my taste and how this evolves in time.

Please introduce yourself

My name is Emily, and I am based in Paris where I grew up. Art has always been a part of my life; my grandmother a painter, my grandfather a publicist, then my mother an artist and my aunt, a designer. I definitely followed that path - studying art in London and creative marketing in Paris - gathering experience working in museums, art institutions and fashion brands before developing my own project.

Can you tell us how Studio Marant came to life? What would you say is your raison d’etre?

Studio Marant launched four years ago - my hope & aim was to build a platform through which I could express different creative landscapes; artistic direction, scenography and curation. I was fascinated by creating and producing limited editions and multiples, and incorporated this in my practice from the beginning. After this structure was created, I was able to open the scope - connection and building bridges between emerging artists and brands. I consider Studio Marant to be somewhere one can find objects differentiated by their artistic & creative value.

Your projects range from graphic design to events, exhibitions to collective partnerships; how do you create that red thread that feels true to your vision?

Every story is unique - evolving according to the space and the client’s DNA, with even the seasons impacting the outcome of the work. I am very involved in each project, so I guess the redthread is related to my taste and how this evolves in time.

Can you name three up and coming creatives that you believe are the next big things?

Three is definitely not enough! But...currently I am following Cassi A Namoda - a beautiful painter, Kelly Akashi whose work I adore and the creative duo Bnag specifically for their approach to hybrid design.



What drives you?

It’s all about energy, creativity and people. Inspiration is everywhere, being surrounded by interesting and active personalities helps me evolve and push myself further.



@mlymarant

Can you name three up and coming creatives that you believe are the next big things?

Three is definitely not enough! But...currently I am following Cassi A Namoda - a beautiful painter, Kelly Akashi whose work I adore and the creative duo Bnag specifically for their approach to hybrid design.



What drives you?

It’s all about energy, creativity and people. Inspiration is everywhere, being surrounded by interesting and active personalities helps me evolve and push myself further.



@mlymarant