Pop-up retailer to showcase the distinctive “art de vivre” merchandise and artifacts of Martinique & the French Caribbean
MIAMI – French Caribbean way of life pop-up boutique will grace the stylish neighborhood of Wynwood in Miami from November 13 to 17, 2019.
It is going to be open to the general public each day from 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. @ Wynwood Block, 2621 NW Second Avenue, Unit 21.
The Martinique Chamber of Commerce, together with Enterprise France and Le Ministère des Outre-Mer (Ministry of Abroad Areas) chosen 4 of the main and most artistic manufacturers of Martinique to be introduced.
From a clothier and a footwear maven to a pure cosmetics line and a fragrance and smells label, the 4 uniquely Martinique merchandise that can be featured within the elegant ephemeral boutique are:
- AYÉLÉ is a style model created and run by grasp craftsperson and designer Marizette Vinceslas from Martinique. The model highlights Caribbean tradition via the fluidity, lightness, class and colours of its designs.
- KADALYS is the first natural and eco-conscious cosmetics model that makes use of banana lively substances. Impressed by French Caribbean conventional drugs, Kadalys has patented “Bio-actif”®: an lively ingredient extracted from the banana tree, This ingredient is sourced and manufactured in an moral and eco-friendly approach.
- PARFUMS DES ILES follows the mantra of “Imagine, create, transform, reveal” which it incorporates in each step of the artistic strategy of its fragrances and soaps. Launched in Martinique in 1996 and led by Véronicka Cormouls-Houles since 2008, Parfums des Îles is the primary artisan perfumery to make use of pure alcohol derived from distilling sugar cane in its creations, thus showcasing Caribbean tradition.
- MAISON TINAS’s espadrilles have been making a splash since 2014. The corporate, whose acronym means “This is not a shoe,” was Born in Martinique, based by Willem Germany, and Made in Mauléon, within the Basque area of France. The French-Caribbean island of Martinique has a wealthy and various historical past that mixes conventional African practices with newer French mores. So these espadrilles are a brand new type of a typical shoe that hail from conventional artisan roots. Their designs are primarily based on historical craftsmanship made within the 13th century from native supplies like hemp and flax. The have been making their mark on youthful generations throughout France and now all around the world.
For these wishing to expertise firsthand the approach to life and pleasures of the Isle of Flowers, American Airways presents year-round service and as much as 7 continuous flights weekly, from Miami Worldwide Airport to Aimé Césaire Worldwide Airport—Fort-de-France, Martinique, which is a handy hub to hook up with from Boston, New York and even Los Angeles.
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