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Flora Agbomson

Maison Poussin is the story of Flora Agbomson, a young engineer who took off by creating her own brand of leather goods in 2019.

Energized by the challenge, she imagines leather bags whose lines and colors energize the outfits. Each piece is created as a work of art and thought as a piece of engineering in order to reveal unique and modern lines, inspired by the intermingling of cultures, skills and generations.

Rooted in modernity and the problems of our society, this creative process is part of a new vision of fashion: the desire to return to sustainable and reasoned production, committed and ethical.

The designer wants to offer the best of French leather goods: shapes, colors, materials and looks are all elements that make it possible to afford Maison Poussin bags. Each bag is entirely handmade in workshops in Maine-et-Loire. Italian leathers are tanned for the sake of the environment and are Reach certified.

Dare to be singular. Daring to mix cultures. Daring French elegance. Dare to combine fashion, architecture and engineering. Daring colors. Dare to be different. Daring Maison Poussin.

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Maison Poussin

58 Rue du Faubourg des Postes 59000 Lille, France
Ouverture : Designer on a junior contract


06 47 81 16 31

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