Questions to Anne Hubert, creator of La Cerise sur le Gâteau

Questions to Anne Hubert, creator of La Cerise sur le Gâteau


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You have no doubt already seen her cushions or tea towels in many decoration shops and magazines because Anne Hubert is none other than the fabulous creator of La Cerise sur le Gâteau! We met her to give you the keys to her style!

Tell us about your background.

I did a school in Paris called LISAA (The Higher Institute of Applied Arts), leaving school I worked as a freelance to do photo styling, scenography, windows ... I worked also for decoration newspapers. And one day I decided to set up my own collection of household linen La Cerise sur le Gâteau.

How was La Cerise sur le Gâteau born?

I wanted cushions and tea towels for my home, I started to make some in screen printing and then it pleased friends, I made sales and buyers came, and then here we are now selling our collections everywhere, even in Japan or Australia.

What is your signature?

The fluorescent, the legs and the pea shower are the signature of La Cerise sur le Gâteau, they sparkle the basics! The idea for my collections is that they revisit and divert the timeless French references of household linen. I like to give a touch of humor and of shift to the cloths of grandmother, to the fabric of Jouy or to the liberty.

What are your inspirations?

I find a lot of inspiration in childhood, nostalgia. I keep a lot of information during the year, I take photos of everything that inspires me in everyday life, on the Net ... And when I have to release new products, I open my little box of tricks…

What does your new collection have in store for us?

For the spring summer 2013 collection, the large Celeste pea is in the spotlight. It accompanies our emblematic Eiffel Tower, the timeless Tandem ... A little freshness! The tea towels are also polka dots and at softer prices. The large polka dots are available in yellow and neon pink, in anthracite gray and in Celeste ... Without forgetting the Jouy canvas motif which is making its debut in the kitchen. And there is the "Dressing" motif for adults and children in the new bed linen collection. For children, La Cerise sur le Gâteau offers this season 100 x 140 cm bed linen for progressive beds or intermediate beds, which are becoming more and more common.

Your favorite piece?

I design the collections for myself thinking that you will probably like them, so it's hard to have a favorite piece. You tell me ! The icing on the cake E-shop: www.lacerisesurlegateau.fr