Sep 4, 2023
The next edition of Maison&Objet opens on September 7 at the Villepinte exhibition centre. For five days, 2,500 exhibitors from the worlds of design, decoration and lifestyle will gather around the inspirational theme ‘Enjoy‘. The show’s newest addition will be a new sector called Well-Being and Beauty, which as its name suggests is dedicated to well-being and beauty, bringing together 80 brands.
Holidermie, CBD specialist Huages, Savonnerie Ciment and Kerzon, regulars at Maison&Objet, will be present in this new space, which FashionNetwork.com announced in January. This offer is aimed primarily at concept stores, which are increasingly offering spaces dedicated to well-being.
Alongside cosmetics and skincare products, fitness accessories, gentle techniques such as light therapy, music therapy and aromatherapy, and even home care products will be on display. On the entertainment front, Centre Élément will be offering sound meditation accompanied by violinist Alia Paienda.
In addition to its Well-Being and Beauty area, Maison&Objet will be offering its usual Home Fragrances area, featuring 75 brands and a wide range of candles and scents for the home. On the fashion side, the Fashion Accessories area will feature 239 brands, including Bangle Up and Louise Damas jewellery, Vaincourt top-of-the-range belts, Saola and M.Moustache shoes, Jack Gomme, Rive Droite Paris and Hindbag bags, as well as Cabaïa accessories.
Last but not least, the 185 exhibitors in the Kids & Family sector will include trendy accessories brand Hello Hossy, ready-to-wear brand Perpète, Easy Peasy shoes and Charlie Dans les Etoiles underwear. The beauty sector will be represented by Nailmatic and Inuwet, while multi-brand Le Petit Souk will be taking part in the show for the first time.
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