Infinitely elegant, this first Maison Commun item designed by Guillaume Bleret is both modestly sensual and provocative. As an everyday object put into misuse, who could think of a better situation for this cap, sliding on its chain and dancing to the rhythm of its owner's movements. Its shape captivates us and its mirror-like polish reveals another reality, that of a world reflected.
Guillaume Bleret is an 'enfant terrible' in the sense that Jean Cocteau conceived it: a child capable of transforming any place into a setting for freedom. Through the Gay Haze project, these "house parties" (as he calls them) create the space that people have been craving for. Not only constituting a genuine political act with a disruptive appearance, these events are also a utopian gathering and an essential alternative to social norms. They offer a way of seeing the world that is dear to Guillaume: without pretence and far from the rigidity of reality.