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    A DAY WITH DELPHINE

    It's simple. When you leave the Leon & Harper boutique on Boulevard Beaumarchais, you turn right – well, why not? – and you haven't even finished smiling about the beautiful printed blouse you've just bought when Maison Plisson rushes towards you, arms outstretched to enfold all your foodie desires. A restaurant in the middle of a grocery shop? The concept is as fun as it is bold. You push open the door...

    When they're such close neighbours, it would have been harder for Delphine Plisson and Philippe Corbin not to meet. Especially as the similarities between the two go much further than a simple geographic connection: two people with passions, for fashion as well as cuisine; two perfectionists constantly searching for quality products; two original, creative personalities who always put all of themselves into everything they do. Who they are: two bon vivants who like to eat as much as they like to dress well; two generous people who appreciate conviviality above all; two connoisseurs of life who share a humour that's affectionate yet sharp. What they do: take care of you, and make you happy.

    In the apartment to which she wonderfully welcomed us for a day, Delphine has patiently, over time, created an ambiance that reflects her. Designer furniture found here and there, elegant curios brought back from a yoga retreat in India, objects that have a more personal history and to which her attachment is primarily sentimental: a cleverly-arranged mix, or perhaps not, nevertheless inspired, and which creates a coherent whole. Coherent as everything comes from her: an interior in which one feels good and that subtly evokes this Parisian woman, who is simultaneously an entrepreneur, mother of three children, and an independent, well-rounded woman. The Leon & Harper woman that we so love to dress.

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    A DAY WITH...

    There are three of them. Three women who are independent and accomplished, free and creative. They are Charlotte Huguet, Gesa Hansen and Estelle Marandon. Three ex-Parisians recently settled down in the countryside, a few kilometres away from each other, in a clearing of the Forest of Fontainebleau, right in the heart of the Gatinais Francais Regional Natural Park. As neighbours, they embark on a joint adventure, this rich experience of migrating to reinvent a way of living.

    They quickly became friends to form a small group we were delighted to encounter. Their union as a threesome created a strong sisterly spirit that greatly struck and seduced us all. We discovered three contrasting individuals, three strong and endearing personalities, and the strength of the link they wove between their shared aspirations: the quest for personal and professional fulfilment close to nature. They got together to sketch out a rural harmony that still draws influence from the previous lives they enjoyed as city-dwelling women, this Bohemian woman who at heart feels just as much at home in the city as in the fields, and whom Léon & Harper love to dress up.

    A brand-new trio with a joint project in the making. Christened Countryfication, this project explores various forms of expression to talk about the burgeoning phenomenon of city-dwellers searching for that indefinable something else by leaving the city to settle down in the countryside... and once they have overcome their angst and faced their trials, discover that this something else is simply themselves. Armed with first-hand knowledge acquired from experience, Charlotte, Gesa and Estelle began writing a small piece about a Bohemian life in the country, a sort of survival guide for Parisians exiled far from their natural environment - a guide that take a humorous approach to discussing the various theoretical and practical aspects of successful Countryfication.