scout paris 
I left the modern craft fair--Le Super Market--feeling inspired by the French designers who were showcasing their creations in fashion, home decor, and jewelry. The show is only held once a year, but the artisans can be found selling their wares at stores, on the web, and at other shows. It was a nice introduction to this young Parisian community of artisans. Every vendor was quite affordable too--a major plus. Here, are my favorites from the show.
The scene at Le Super Market
Original jewelry designs by Ombre Claire. I have my eye on the bird ring and star necklace.
Designer Aude Durou of Ombre Claire
Vintage china is given a modern edge with stripes and geometric adornments by Pied de Poule. I like having a mix of china in my kitchen because it adds a little pep to my retro rental apartment. Who says everything has to be the same and match?
Simple and Young Pieces at Titlee
Tartes Kluger offers delicious handmade artisanal meringue, icecream, and tartes. Who can resist the packaging and typography?