"I think that wearing a streamlined accessory for a woman needs to emphasize her personality.
My line is pictorial and strong, so I always combine it with an object with a refined design. In my opinion, simplicity always works better in any situation. "
Charlotte Ronfaut, 30, is from Paris and was at the School of Fine Arts in Toulouse with graphic design.
She studied various graphic arts, such as the art of layout (editorial), illustration and photography.
As she learns, she begun to take an interest in making patterns.
After graduating in 2012 with a degree in graphic design and photography, she decided to focus on the beginning of her brand initially called Mallow Blossom, and allows her to make everyday objects. such as stationery, pillows or textile bags.
Charlotte also launched as an independent designer working for various projects and with communication agency.
Her first objects will allow her to create and reflect on the problematic of patterns on papers and textiles.
She'll learn the technique of screen printing to make it her main practice for two years.
Today, giving a new release to the brand, she renamed it MALLOW, and she devoted herself to the design of her new range of fashion accessories (leather goods & jewelery). And with so much passion, she reflects on making simple and effective products that will highlight women with chic and fineness.
Photo credits: Pascaline Hofmann