14
Oct

MEET WITH LAETITIA COHEN-SKALLI FROM REDLINE

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- In a few words, could you describe Redline DNA and values?
Redline values are Purity, Happiness, and Beauty in its simplicity. This is our way of seeing the world.
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- Where does the name come from?
The name “Redline” is a combination of ideas; First the strong symbolic of the red color, this color is honest, powerful, vivid. And “line” is the idea of a path or purpose that accompanies us all. There’s also a very old story with this name : Once upon a time a woman called Rachel had troubles to gave birth, when she finally gave birth to her child she died; by chance, the pilgrims surrounded her grave with red thread, and every person who would recollect on her grave would symbolically leave with a piece of thread. This thread was a luck-charm because it was collected on the grave of a pure and pious woman.
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- Who are the Redline women?
Every human being may be the "Redline woman" even a man! But I would say someone as free as air, precious; In the shapes of times. A woman with ambitions, pride and courage.
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- Where does your inspiration come from?
My inspiration comes from the seasons, colors, cities I visit. From the people I meet, from books I read and objects that I discover. Working with concrete objects, stones diamonds and precious metal inspire me every day.
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- A few words about the Redline x Smets collab?
I love Pascaline and I respect very much his work. Smets and Redline have worked together for several years, both are family businesses and we find it important to immortalize this collaboration, SMETS has a very inspiring universe and creating this jem was a pleasure for both !
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- A few words about the Redline x Smets collab?
I love Pascaline and I respect very much his work. Smets and Redline have worked together for several years, both are family businesses and we find it important to immortalize this collaboration, SMETS has a very inspiring universe and creating this jem was a pleasure for both !
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10 QUESTIONS TO LAETITIA COHEN-SKALLI
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If you weren’t in your current city, where would you live? I think I would love to live in Singapore or Los Angeles; theses cities are full of energy. But I would not mind to live somewhere really close to nature.
A book that you would love to have never read so you could read it all over again? I think it would be “Belle du Seigneur” by Albert Cohen, I wish this book had no end. Or maybe “Les yeux d’Elsa” by Louis Aragon.
What’s your favorite fashion trend of all times? I think I love the eighties and the color-block phase! It reminds me such good memories
What’s the first thing you notice about someone when you first meet? The first things I notice when I meet someone are the eyes, the smile, the hands, the way of talking really strikes me as well!
An historic period you would have loved to live in? I would have loved to live in the forty. The old cars, the music, and the clothes. Everything looked special to me.
If you got your portrait done by any artist, who would it be? Probably Wilma Johnson, a British artist who’s painting woman since the eighties, which has a very peculiar style.
What’s your favorite App? I love instagram and I love “vsco” a photo app.
What’s the best hash tag? Haha, for me it’s #Redline
What word do you use too much? The word I use a lot is “bracelet” I think !
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LAETITIA COHEN-SKALLI’S TRAVEL TIPS AROUND THE WORLD
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Best Restaurant? El Nopal, a Mexican restaurant in Paris, they cook the best tacos of the city!
Best Brunch or Breakfast? Anything, a croissant or pain au chocolat with an orange juice on a bench of Paris is something !
Best Bar? Les Triplettes
Best Nightclub? La Mano, South American nightclub in Paris
Best Museum? Le Palais de Tokyo
Best Monument? The Aztec temples ! I never went but one day I will !
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