First historical market exclusively
dedicated to design from the fifties to the end of 2000,
only event in France of this size, since 1999
the Puces du Design have been successfully
combining strong values, a diversified public
and a wide media coverage .
The village of vintage design
brings together an eclectic selection of antique design specialists from the fifties to the year 2000. They come from all over Europe but each has a specialty and their diversity mean that no trend is favored except to offer exclusive pieces Original certified!
The Village of Contemporary Design
Provided that they defend a design of quality and original, the borderline between contemporary and historical design is finally rather thin and it has appeared as an obvious to present these two sectors within the Puces of Design from autumn 2016 in order to create a synergy both for the actors and the public.
The village of vintage fashion
With specialists picked with attention, the vintage fashion section of the Puces du Design brings together the best of fashion through a selection of high-end clothing, jewelry, watches, glasses and leather accessories branded and always original ...
The street of the Designers-Makers has been imagined as a space that celebrates the movement of neo-artisans, both producers and self-publishers of their creations. A unique opportunity to meet designers who are part of this new scene and to buy their creations in short circuit.
«Design of the year ’80 has today” A plural and singular collection by Sabine Sautter
Through her collection of pieces dating from the eighties to today, Sabine Sautter of the High Definition Gallery pays tribute to Design Fair Paris X The Design Puces to forty designers who have marked the history of design: Joe Colombo to Philippe Starck, Alessandro Mendini to Timo Sarpaneva ...
BAUHAUS 100 YEARS ANNIVERSARY
On the occasion of 100 years of the famous German school, founder of a modern international style, Design Fair Paris X Les Puces du Design joins the 5-element gallery to present its personal collection of Bauhaus and Germany between the two wars lights.