pierre mahéo
cleverly designed clothes that first consider comfort, then shape (the ultimate in elegance) giving them universal appeal. Pierre Mahéo, founder of Officine Générale, is an advocate of consistency, durability and authenticity.
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germain louvet
germain louvet joined the corps de ballet of the paris opera at the age of 18 and was promoted to star dancer in 2016. germain louvet embodies an inspiration for the co-founder of le gramme, erwan le louër, whose mother was also a member of the opera's corps de ballet. through his sensitivity and self-sacrifice, this classical dancer reflects the brand's values of rigour and the search for emotion through purity.
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deltour pauline
your objectsle gramme, what are they? how do you wear them? i wear the brushed silver beads bracelet... on my right wrist, always... it goes everywhere, with all styles of clothes, i love it.
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pierre yovanovitch
interior architect, furniture designer, collector of design and contemporary art, scenographer, pierre yovanovitch is passionate about harmonies and noble materials that he distils from paris or new york, dressing the most beautiful interiors of london, such as aviv, brussels, new york and los angeles.
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Joseph Altuzarra
i am touched to be able to count joseph among our ambassadors as much as i am sensitive to his eye and his aestheticism. the development of his brand and his involvement in it command respect.
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erwan le louër
le gramme is the result of a meeting between adrien messié and erwan le louër. trained as a designer, erwan le louër is convinced by the importance of the meaning of the object associated with its aesthetics. he combines his passion for entrepreneurship and his attention to detail in his projects, creating the house jem jewellery ethically minded in 2008, then the jewellery licence maison margiela, line 12.
the project of a silver ribbon with a simple shape, declined in several widths varying its weight. from there, the idea of naming it in the most essential way: its weight. the project le gramme revolves around creations with elementary shapes, the same shape declined in several sizes according to its weight, in different materials to serve the object. from this common desire to confront the masculine universe, was bornle gramme, a lifestyle brand for men.
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vincent dedienne
what le gramme jewellery do you own, and how do you wear it? i have the 33g and 15g ribbon bracelets in polished 925 sterling silver, a 9g bangle bracelet in yellow gold, and a 9g ribbon ring in polished 925 sterling silver. i wear them every day, except when they don’t go with my character’s costume. i combine them. sometimes my friends borrow them, and i don’t always get them back for a while. a friend of mine has one at the moment, it’s been two weeks now. i take that as a compliment.
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yiqing yin
which le gramme objects do you own? how do you wear them? i have several bracelets in brushed 925 black sterling silver le 41g and le 21g and two bracelets from the recent beads collection, le 25g in polished 925 sterling silver. what i like about beads is the contrast between the traditions of the pearl necklace and the elementary nature of the precious metal. there's an element of latency here too, as we don't really know how to react to this hybrid object, which is so simple yet coldly sensual. i wear my two beads as a necklace and the other bracelets over woollen sleeves. i like the fact that they structure a garment without really being seen as jewellery. as for my daughter, she wears le milligramme.
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colin bates
Your objectsle gramme, what are they? How do you wear them? I have the 9g bracelet cablein brushed black silver and the 41g ribbon bracelet in brushed 925 silver, I like the contrast of their materials, I wear them in accumulation, on the same wrist.
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marie beltrami
what are your objectsle gramme, what are they ? how do you wear them ? what attracts you to me le gramme ? i have the 925 silver cuff 67g. i wear it mainly with my "chicken leg" pendant. i made this jewel as a tribute to my friend edwige who always had a real chicken leg hanging on her jacket... i reproduced it for eva ionesco's movie. i like this bracelet le gramme for its simple and fair beauty, i have always been positively jealous of the purity of its line.
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jacques shu
which le gramme item(s) do you own? how do you wear/use them? i wear a silver cable and bangle on my right wrist and even sleep with them on. i wear them in accumulation with a little thai bracelet, a souvenir of my first trip with my partner.
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isabelle stanislas
what are your objectsle gramme, what are they? how do you wear them? i have three bracelets, one 41g and two 21g in brushed 925 silver and black. i wear them in accumulation because i don't like to separate them. i play with them, with their rhythm, their full and empty, placing the largest in front, then behind, the openings above or below the wrist. i like the philosophy of this brand, the way it was created, the people behind it and what they have done with it.
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Santa Claus
which le gramme objects do you own? how do you wear them? i have a few bracelets: the 41g brushed, the 21g polished, the 23g horizontal polished guilloché and the 27g punched polished (my latest – i couldn’t resist!). i wear them all at once, it amuses me, it makes a noise like the elves’ bells – they’re so jealous.
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gildas loaëc
do you have any pieces by le gramme? how do you wear or use them?
i do. it's a 21g bracelet in slick, polished 925 sterling silver. i like its "refined yet cool" look. actually, i've just lost it. i miss it, but i’m sure it will turn up again. the maison kitsuné x le gramme collaboration has come just at the right time.
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mathieu lehanneur
which le gramme object(s) do you own? how do you wear or use them? i have a 5g sterling silver cable bracelet and a 21g plain wristband bracelet in polished 925 sterling silver. the form of the wristband enables me to put it on and take it off at will, and every time i get to experience that change of temperature i was speaking about earlier.
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melanie huynh
what le gramme pieces do you own? how do you wear them? what about le gramme jewellery appeals to you? i have a gold cable bracelet. i wear it in accumulation with other bracelets from cartier. i’m also a fan of le gramme bands, the rings that are so thin that they look like gold or diamond wire.
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julia jean baptiste
which le gramme object(s) do you own? how do you wear them? what do you like about le gramme? my wedding ring and my partner’s ring. a d-shape polished red gold wedding ring weighing 1g for me, and brushed white gold weighing 3g for him. i like how simple and streamlined they are. they go to the heart of the matter. they’re like a tattoo to me - something you wear every day, that’s part of us.
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moulika varango
which le gramme pieces do you own? a 33g in slick polished sterling silver and a 9g cable bracelet, also in polished silver.
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gregoris pyrpylis
your objectsle gramme, what are they ? how do you wear them ? i started with the brushed 7g that i wear permanently on my right wrist. it's a symbol, the person i love wears the same one. i also have the polished 21g that i wear in assembly with my 7g. I love the serenity and tranquility of the perfect line that wraps around the wristle gramme, the simplified design that becomes personal depending on who wears it. there is a great calm of this brand. I touch my bracelets mechanically, regularly without always realizing it, it relaxes and reassures me, a little like one would do with a juju.
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antoine ricardou
which le gramme object(s) do you own? how do you wear/use them? i have the 43g ruler, which i use all the time. it’s on my desk, i often roll it around without even thinking about it... i also have a 23g brushed pyramid guilloché bracelet, which i admit i don’t wear all the time. i’ve noticed i’m rubbing off the decorative elements over time.
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elodie david-taboul
what are your le gramme objects? how do you wear them? i’ve got several bracelets: the 15g slick polished, the 23g polished pyramid guilloché and 13g polished vertical guilloché, all made of 925 sterling silver. i wear them all the time, and together: i like to accumulate them.
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simon buret
what is/are your le gramme objects? how do you wear/use them? i wear two rings, one on each little finger. the 3g and the 7g in silver 925.
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joseph dirand
your le gramme objects, what are they/is it? how do you wear them/it? a bracelet: le 7 g (the lighter possible), it's the only thing i wear with this lucky charm bracelet from peru which refuses to break. it’s the unique form of permanence i bear. before i wore a lot of things and i finally got rid of them. i also have a le gramme ruler to make my little sketches on tracing paper during the evening.
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jean-phillipe de la perle
and what le gramme object do you own? two brushed 925 black sterling silver bracelets – a 33g and a 7g.
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charles innocenti
what le gramme object do you own? i have two bracelets – le 15g and le 33g, both are slick polished 925 sterling silver.
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thomas erber
which is your favourite le gramme piece? my wife’s bracelet, which i borrow... often… also the one that adrien and erwan gave me, le 21g, which has a delightful engraved inscription, which i’ll keep to myself… i also really like the le 9g le gramme ring which adrien offered me. its simplicity is disarming, furthermore it isn't quite easy to find a ring for a man...
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agoria
and what le gramme object do you own? i have three. le 21g slick brushed, le 21g slick polished, and le 41g slick brushed, all in 925 sterling silver.
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dixon
what about le gramme? what is your iconic object and how do you wear it? it’s a classic and easy to be combined with other bracelets.
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marie-agnès gillot
what is your le gramme object? the polished sterling silver 21g. it has the phrase “to my star” engraved in the interior along with a punctuated star.
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Augustin trapernard
which is your favourite le gramme piece? my relationship with le gramme verges on the compulsive. i am somewhere between a collector and a compulsive buyer! i am missing one which, one day, i gave to a person who had shared my life for many years. my name must still be engraved inside it.
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nicolas ouchenir
how do you wear le gramme? le gramme possesses this ancestral, timeless aspect, like a legacy, a sign of belonging that you see in tribes, or the chain bracelet we are given at birth. it’s not a bracelet at all, but an experience that you have to wear to understand all its delicateness and potential. le gramme is an essential piece of jewellery whose personality ultimately depends on the wearer. in fact you can’t wear it without having a personality, because it asks for success without artifice. this simplicity conceals an immense strength, and a great deal of weight. i have several bracelets by le gramme, which may seem like a lot but in fact it’s barely enough because i enjoy stacking them. i wear them all the time, so i’ve had to get used to working with them. le gramme sometimes writes along with me, as if it had a life of its own.
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jean-pierre marois
what is your le gramme object? it’s the 33g in polished 925 sterling silver. this piece was specially designed for les bains. it is recognisable by its engraved bacchus. nicolas ouchenir also penned a phrase in its interior.
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alexis mabille
what is your le gramme object and how do you wear it? i wear my pieces by pair: a bracelet around each wrist like the maharajas quite simply! the 7g is particularly pretty and goes well with the ends of cuffs which displays a thinly bright end. i sometimes mix them up with other jewellery. their essential character allows this to happen and they become similar to tattoos, two silver threads that stay in place.
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adrien messié
how do you wear your le gramme? Accumulation only. my first set includes the 33g in 925 sterling silver with a matte pyramid guilloché pattern, the 21g with a slick, polished finish, and the 7g and 41g, both with a slick brushed finish. i like to wear some pieces "upside down" to show the bracelet opening on top of the wrist.
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