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    MARION GRAUX

    Her name is Marion Graux. She is a ceramicist; she calls herself a potter. Her crockery dresses the tables of many restaurants. Yes, she dresses tables. With love, with passion. Love for her work, passion for beautiful things for which beauty is not enough, whose imperfections are the traces of the craft as much as of the soul of their maker. Beautiful things whose nobility comes from the fact that they have a use, a destination, a purpose. The nobility of a vase is to dress a bouquet of flowers and glorify it. For Marion, designing a vase means first of all thinking of the flowers and loving them madly. Just as for Leon and Harper, designing a dress is first thinking about women, and loving them madly.

    Leon & Harper met Marion Graux and recognised in her a Leon & Harper woman. She is dynamic, independent, diverse, multifaceted. She juggles, assembles and interweaves with dexterity the different layers that make up her days and her life. She is a potter and her workshop is her kingdom. She is an entrepreneur and her husband is her partner. She is a mother of three and her apartment adjoins her studio. Everything is there, at her fingertips, close to her heart. She loves and takes pleasure in loving. She looks for the pleasure in everything. And balance, too, between the pleasures of life. Great and small pleasures. Reading, cooking, entertaining, going out, shopping... a woman in balance, sometimes out of balance, alive and whole: a Leon & Harper woman.

    Marion Graux tells us. On her way to give birth to her third child, as pyjamas she wore flowing trousers and a Leon & Harper cotton shirt. Obviously. Typical of her. And typical of us. Because for Leon & Harper, dressing women is not just about dressing them up to look pretty in a photo. Beauty is not enough, the clothes have to fit the woman as she is, her life and the varied circumstances of her days. The clothes have a use, a destination, a purpose. Their nobility is to dress a woman, and to glorify her. Yes, for Leon and Harper, designing a dress is first thinking about women, and loving them madly.

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    MARION GRAUX

    Her name is Marion Graux. She is a ceramicist; she calls herself a potter. Her crockery dresses the tables of many restaurants. Yes, she dresses tables. With love, with passion. Love for her work, passion for beautiful things for which beauty is not enough, whose imperfections are the traces of the craft as much as of the soul of their maker. Beautiful things whose nobility comes from the fact that they have a use, a destination, a purpose. The nobility of a vase is to dress a bouquet of flowers and glorify it. For Marion, designing a vase means first of all thinking of the flowers and loving them madly. Just as for Leon and Harper, designing a dress is first thinking about women, and loving them madly.

    Leon & Harper met Marion Graux and recognised in her a Leon & Harper woman. She is dynamic, independent, diverse, multifaceted. She juggles, assembles and interweaves with dexterity the different layers that make up her days and her life. She is a potter and her workshop is her kingdom. She is an entrepreneur and her husband is her partner. She is a mother of three and her apartment adjoins her studio. Everything is there, at her fingertips, close to her heart. She loves and takes pleasure in loving. She looks for the pleasure in everything. And balance, too, between the pleasures of life. Great and small pleasures. Reading, cooking, entertaining, going out, shopping... a woman in balance, sometimes out of balance, alive and whole: a Leon & Harper woman.

    Marion Graux tells us. On her way to give birth to her third child, as pyjamas she wore flowing trousers and a Leon & Harper cotton shirt. Obviously. Typical of her. And typical of us. Because for Leon & Harper, dressing women is not just about dressing them up to look pretty in a photo. Beauty is not enough, the clothes have to fit the woman as she is, her life and the varied circumstances of her days. The clothes have a use, a destination, a purpose. Their nobility is to dress a woman, and to glorify her. Yes, for Leon and Harper, designing a dress is first thinking about women, and loving them madly.

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    Fall-Winter 2020

    The Leon & Harper woman is constantly evolving. Through the years, through the seasons. Summer 2020 is already fading, giving way to memories. She looks ahead, preparing for the times that are to come. She welcomes them with a smile, autumn and winter alike. She embraces them, full of confidence, ready to glow by herself when the sun is no longer strong enough. She transforms a jumper into a cocoon, soft and warm. An androgynous suit lends her femininity an even stronger shine. This year, she takes inspiration from Iceland. Wild nature, untameable, dazzling. Warm, cosy interiors. Rock on the outside, bohemian on the inside. Or is it the opposite? She is a woman and she revels in contrasts. Her clothes reflect who she is. One day, Leon & Harper met Charlotte Huguet. One day, and then more days with her, a genuine encounter. Meant to be. An inspiration. Another, and yet the same. The world of Charlotte Huguet. Elegance and simplicity. Her words, her radiant smile, her house made entirely of wood. A slice of Iceland in Barbizon. The gentle warmth of the wood. Nature, natural. The personal character of the objects she’s thrifted, the objects she’s chosen. Objects which have a story to tell. Charlotte, comfortably seated in an armchair with clean lines, cross-legged, in recycled-wool trousers, an image of femininity. Another day, in her garden, she wears a long dress which compliments the surrounding countryside, and the season. She is different. She is the same. One day and then another. Leon & Harper are spellbound. Autumn and winter truly are beautiful seasons.

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