Hermès and a touch of taxidermy
Magazines, drawings, art supplies, and objets are stacked everywhere
Hermès boxes and an old-school telephone stacked on the floor
Cédric-designed Laduree boxes and a Yazbukey Warhol piece.
Cédric's super-inspiring drawing table
R2D2 chills with a shelf of plantness
As a fellow squirrel enthusiast I slightly freaked over the squirrelalia below the steps
Cédric with an Olympia Le-Tan clutch made especially for him.
The monogrammed flip side of Cédric's OLT clutch.
Artwork in progress
A bust of Molière in the courtyard
Cédric Rivrain's universe is sensitive, strange, and thoroughly his own. His drawings speak to the kind of poetic universe where beautiful girls and boys have mechanical hearts and Disney band-aids on their faces. I stopped by Cédric's apartment for a chat and a coupe, and couldn't resist snapping a few pictures of his apartment for you. Through an ivy-covered courtyard on the rue Molière, the house is a reflection of the man: colored pencils, drawings, leather-bound books, and curosities nestle into every corner.