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Discover Biospetyl, Made in France toothbrush

“Manufactured in France is a realistic model”

Pic de Nore met toothbrushes Bioseptyl company, that made the winning bet of relocating its activities to Beauvais for a production 100% made in France.

Tell us briefly about your company and your products?

We are the only toothbrush manufacturers in France. Our business dates back to 1846 when the brossière industry flourished in the Oise. Our range of toothbrushes, Bioseptyl today is the only one able to claim 100% French – we’re also in the process of obtaining the label Origine France Garantie. Read more →

Pic de Nore suggest you to visit Fashion Mix


FASHION MIX shows you fashion from here imagined by designers from abroad

The Palais Galliera joins to the Palais de la Porte Dorée, Musée de l’histoire de l’immigration public establishment to present “Fashion Mix”.

The FASHION MIX exhibition is a tribute to French expertise which Russian, Armenian, Italian, Spanish, Japanese and Belgian designers – to name but a few in the field of fashion – help spread worldwide. From Charles Frederick Worth to Azzedine Alaïa, Fortuny to Issey Miyake and Yohji Yamamoto, and from Elsa Schiaparelli to Martin Margiela, not forgetting Cristobal Balenciaga, Robert Piguet, Paco Rabane and Raf Simons – all of these foreign designers and creative directors have brought about a revolution in French fashion and enriched its history. Read more →

Discover Benjamain Dubail creator of MILF Sunglasses Made In France



“Elegance and made in France quality are an asset to export”

MILF aims to maintain the skills, know-how and jobs in France

It’s winter! The Pic de Nore team continues its Made in France turn  and met Benjamin Dubail, creator of the MILF brand: The Made in France Sunglasses, eyewear and accessories for winter.

Pic de Nore.- Tell us briefly your company and your products …

Benjamin Dubail.- We manufacture sunglasses and optical in France, in the Jura, hence the name of our brand Made In The Sunglasses France. We have developed over time and encounters a range of accessories such as knitted hats in Haute-Loire, lanyards manufactured in Haute-Savoie, ski socks knitted Troyes. Read more →

Pic de Nore advises you the Jeff Koons exhibit

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Jeff Koons, a polemic artist

Since the end of the year, the Pompidou Centre hosts a retrospective of works by Jeff Koons.

Chien-ball, Michael Jackson porcelain polychrome wood yorkshire … they are always kitsch and extremely expensive. To the point of Koons a controversial artist.

With noise and clatter, the Centre Pompidou has opened the doors of the exhibition Jeff Koons, as media artist in recent years. Read more →

Vanessa Lacombe explains On The Rocks

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Niki de Saint Phalle at the Grand Palais


Until the 2nd of February discover Niki de Saint Phalle at the Grand Palais

Niki de Saint Phalle (1930-2002) is one of the most renowned artists from the mid-twentieth century.

Throughout her prolific career, Saint Phalle created a complex body of work in various media which was deeply embedded with socio-political issues.

With themes ranging from joyful to profound to intellectual, the paradoxal nature of her work has yet to be fully explored. She was one of the first women to receive international acclaim and recognition during her lifetime, as well as successfully create a public persona. Read more →

Interview of Thierry Moysset, CEO at La Forge de Laguiole

Thierry Moysset

Thierry Moysset

“The Made in France: the importance of giving back to the businesses and locally”

For Pic de Nore the Made in France is at the heart of our concerns.

This new category will regularly highlight the entrepreneurs and their teams who have the same values ​​as our Manufacture. Today Thierry Moysset and knives from Forge de Laguiole.

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#exhibit … Martial Raysse in Paris


Each week we share with you, on our Pic de Nore blog, our tastes, our wishes, our findings in term of fashion, made in France brand, exhibition, books  …

At the Centre Pompidou in Paris, a legend of the French pop art scene was honored from May until September, Martila Raysse. This week we want to share with you this because because his work like our is oriented on colors.

If you miss it Pic de Nore share with you all you have to know about him and his colorfull art. Read more →

#book … Pastel in Occitany


Discover this book by Sandrine Benassy and learn how the pastel changed south of France and its history …

Albi and Toulouse experienced a golden age during the late medieval and Renaissance periods, founded on the trade in pastel dye. I had vaguely heard of pastel (woad) but knew little about it. Visiting and reading up on these places recently prompted me to do some research about it. Read more →

#exhibit … Fashion in France during the 50s


Basques, petticoats, corolla skirts, pointed shoes, bright-coloured floral and striped prints, wasp-waist suits with straight skirts, strapless sheath dresses, cocktail dresses, rock crystal embroidery: such was the couture of the fifties. At the same time, though, a more relaxed style – close-fitting pullovers, pedal pushers, jeans – was being adopted by the baby boom generation.

Early in 1947, Christian Dior launched his fashion house’s first collection. The war had come to an end and with it the image of the ‘soldier girl with a boxer’s build’. In her place came Dior’s ‘woman-flower’, with prominent bust, cinched waist, flat stomach, rounded hips and very full skirt.

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