Since its creation in 1865, HEURGON has been a French flagship of luxury. Preferred by the biggest watch and jewelry houses and recognized worldwide, the mythical brand at 15 rue Royale is opening the doors of its "flagship" at 58 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, in Paris, whose the design was imagined by the architect Bernard Dubois.

Within this new address, at the crossroads between fashion, jewellery, watchmaking and Art, Arnaud and Benjamin Cymerman will welcome works by singular artists according to an annual ephemeris, which will give curious customers the opportunity to savor the pleasure of a “cultural break”. 

Currently, the guest of honor is artist/illustrator Marc-Antoine Coulon. 

A passionate and protean artist, Marc-Antoine has been drawing since his childhood. He began his career as an illustrator for the record industry, then created posters for cinema and shows, including recently that of the musical imagined by designer Jean Paul Gaultier, “Fashion Freak Show”.

Experienced in the big luxury and Haute Couture houses, Marc-Antoine Coulon collaborates with international magazines, such as Vogue, Madame Figaro, Harper's Bazaar, Vanity Fair, Elle, l'Officiel de la Mode, Transfuge... This artist , with immediately identifiable talent, contributes to the revival of fashion illustration by bringing modernity, sensitivity and elegance.

Visuals ©: Marc-Antoine Coulon


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