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Vivi et Margot, an Online French Brocante by Way of LA

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Vivi et Margot, an Online French Brocante by Way of LA

July 11, 2018

British-born Charlotte Reiss relocated to the US a while back to manage modeling agencies including Wilhelmina and The Lions in Los Angeles, but her sideline is interior design (she calls herself a “closet Francophile”). When she’s not in LA, she and her husband and their two daughters spend as much time as possible in rural France, where they own a house they’ve been restoring for the past four years. Her side gig has morphed into a business called Vivi et Margot (named after her two daughters), an online brocante where she sells quintessentially French homewares she finds on her frequent visits. Here’s a look at the offerings.

vivi et margot checked napkins
Above: Maison de Vacances blue checked napkins; $18 each.
vivi et margot bag
Above: Vivi et Margot will customize their Classic French Market Basket ($75) with a hand-painted monogram. Photograph via Petit & Olson, a Bainbridge Island apparel, antiques, and home goods shop.
vivi et margot cutting boards
Above: Handmade Petite White Oak Chopping Boards are $45 each.
vivi et margot canvas apron
Above: Handmade from recycled tents, the Blue Canvas and Leather Chefs Apron is $110.
vivi et margot wooden spoons
Above: Classic French Wooden Mixing Spoons are $15 each.

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