My Linnea Lund : Delphine Plisson
Each week, we invite a member of the Linnea Lund community to share their perspective on fashion. Together, we talk about their relationship to clothes, their wardrobe and how they like to mix and match our iconic cashmere pieces. And, of course, it's exciting and full of delicacy and love.
This time, it's Delphine Plisson, founder of the tasty Maison Plisson, who is the #MyLinneaLund woman of the week!
After working in fashion for a long time, Delphine Plisson has turned to another form of excellence where good taste also has a say. It is even the central quest of this new adventure in which Delphine embarked a little over 8 years ago. With Maison Plisson, she has redesigned the delicatessen to become a friendly place to live and the new HQ for sweet and savory lovers, in the very lively La Bastille district.
And there, between the Place des Vosges and the Perrotin gallery, the pleasure of the eyes often precedes that of the taste buds. Because in this boutique-restaurant, which looks like an intimate culinary hall, good bottles and good food follow one another, and stalls of ultra-fresh fruits and vegetables and local products presented in pretty jars are side by side. Everything is meticulously sourced and staged, and the same goes for the second address that blossomed on Place du Marché Saint-Honoré a few years ago.
In fact, Maison Plisson lives up to its name. The place is just like Delphine: lively, festive and family-oriented. It has everything to make you feel at home. A bit like home, a bit like her home... And it is in her very cool apartment that stretches over several floors, with a breathtaking view of Paris and the Eiffel Tower in the distance, that Delphine Plisson welcomes us, in the middle of her collection of novels, photos and recipe books. The desire to cook and to open a good bottle of wine floats in this welcoming atmosphere, where children and animals contribute to the joy of the household.
Good living, Delphine? Yes, definitely. And that's why she loves natural and fluid materials that allow her to move as she pleases.
So let's head to the Marais where Delphine Plisson invites us to join her on her camel sofa, to listen to her tell us about her reading, her obsession with our scarves and the other Linnea Lund pieces she loves.
How would you define your style?
If I have one... I would say that it is above all fluid. I hate stiff materials, I need to be able to move freely. I love silk, knits and natural materials.
What is your favorite color from the Linnea Lund palette?
I like bold colors. I wear a lot of midnight blue.
How do you wear Linnea Lund cashmere?
At Linnea Lund, I have an obsession with scarves. I always have one on me, summer and winter.
What objects do you think represent Sweden?
I think of the painted clogs that really connect Linnea Lund, Sweden, France and our daily lives.