matali crasset + Okaïdi

Okaïdi and matali crasset
have teamed up to create
a limited edition collection

and share
their common values

The Universe The t-shirts The Partnership The Interview The goodies

Creativity and optimism:
a limited edition series of 15 T-shirts
by matali crasset and Okaïdi

  • 1
    Online Exclusive

    Unisex T-shirt
    Girls' - Boys'
    6 - 14 years

    € 9,95
  • 2
    2. Earth

    Boys’ T-shirt 6 – 14 years

    € 9,95
    The Elements
  • 3
    3. Wind

    Boys’ T-shirt 6 – 14 years

    € 9,95
    The Elements
  • 4
    4. Water

    Boys’ T-shirt 6 – 14 years

    € 9,95
    The Elements
  • 5
    5. Le Fire

    Boys’ T-shirt 6 – 14 years

    € 9,95
    The Elements
  • 6
    6. Hedgehog

    Boys’ T-shirt 3 – 8 years

    € 9,95
    Fauna
  • 7
    7. Bat

    Boys’ T-shirt 3 – 8 years

    € 9,95
    Fauna
  • 8
    8. Monkey

    Boys’ T-shirt 3 – 8 years

    € 9,95
    Fauna
  • 9
    9. Seahorse

    Girls’ T-shirt 3 – 8 years

    € 9,95
    Fauna
  • 10
    10. Ladybird

    Girls’ T-shirt 3 – 8 years

    € 9,95
    Fauna
  • 11
    11. Bird

    Girls’ T-shirt 3 – 8 years

    € 9,95
    Fauna
  • 12
    12. Hot-air Balloon

    Girls’ T-shirt 6 – 14 years

    € 9,95
    Flora
  • 13
    13. Flower

    Girls’ T-shirt 6 – 14 years

    € 9,95
    Flora
  • 14
    14. Clover

    Girls’ T-shirt 6 – 14 years

    € 9,95
    Flora
  • 15
    15. Sun

    Girls’ T-shirt 6 – 14 years

    € 9,95
    Flora

The partnership and our common values Okaïdi and matali crasset

An optimistic
outlook on life
Love of nature Respect of children’s
development and diversity
Designs anyone
can wear

Matali Crasset

matali crasset got her start in Italy alongside Denis Santachiara, before quickly catching the attention of Philippe Starck in 1993.

In 1998, after five years with the French design heavyweight, crasset started her own company. Amid the toys of her two children, she set up her home-studio in Belleville, a working class neighbourhood in Paris.

Her first solo projects centred on object design, with her noteworthy ‘hospitality column’ titled ‘When Jim comes to Paris’. This fold-out guest bed, which also functions as lamp and alarm clock, launched her career. She has collaborated with numerous major brands. She expanded into interior design, first with her own studio, followed by a Parisian advertising agency and, in 2003, the Hi Hôtel in Nice, which marked a turning point in her career.

Today Crasset’s work takes her in many directions, which are always focused on interaction and never definitive. She seeks out the eclectic and flees elitism; she works with craftsmen, individuals looking for their own personal oasis, industrial players wanting to experiment, hotel owners after a new concept, and even small rural towns or museums ready for a change. The list goes on... and is nowhere near the end.

www.matalicrasset.com
InterviewMatali Crasset

The goodies

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