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The Invisible Collection : unique objects and exceptional design for everyone


Founded in 2016 by Isabelle Dubern-Mallevays and Anna Zaoui, the ecommerce website The Invisible Collection is revolutionizing the exceptional furniture designed by interior design stars and young talents.

At the beginning, there is a story of friendship and a crazy common dream. Isabelle Dubern-Mallevays, former artistic director of Dior Maison, and Anna Zaoui, a former actuary turned homemaker, collector and patron, are both passionate about beautiful things, architecture, contemporary art, and the decorative arts. Noting that the unique pieces that are imagined by artists and interior designers for private building sites are not accessible to the greatest number of people, they decided to launch a site to offer design enthusiasts around the world pieces and objects created by the talents of contemporary decoration. Thus was born The Invisible Collection, named after the short story by Stefan Zweig. Lily Froehlicher, a digital native with an international profile from the luxury goods industry, joined the two founders, and the three entrepreneurs also opened a private showroom in London to complement the site. 

From Charles Zana to Vincent Darré, via Emmanuelle Simon, Lison de Caunes, Pierre Yovanovitch, and Francesco Balzano, there are more than a hundred designers and artists, French, European, and Brazilian, whose unique pieces are available on the site. The Invisible Collection also offers official and authenticated reeditions of the essential masters of the 20th century, from Jean-Michel Frank to Oscar Niemeyer. The customer can choose fabrics, materials, and sizes with a strong commitment to eco-responsible practices. The Invisible Collection offers custom-made furniture by refusing mass-production and ensuring the sourcing of the noble materials used, such as wood from certified forests. The site quickly met its public and this innovative and disruptive model was a real success. 

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