Meet Les Composantes: Sézane’s Morgane Sézalory Introduces Her Reborn Homewares Brand
Meet Les Composantes: Sézane’s Morgane Sézalory Introduces Her Reborn Homewares Brand

Meet Les Composantes: Sézane’s Morgane Sézalory Introduces Her Reborn Homewares Brand

To celebrate ten years of Sézane, Morgane Sézalory has brought her first love back to life. Les Composantes is a homeware (re)launch that will bring the French art of living into British homes. We asked Morgane what inspired the collection and where her own style comes from…
By Georgina Blaskey

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Where do you live, Morgane?

I have been living in Paris in the 7th arrondissement for several years now.

And how would you describe your home?

A house that lives to the rhythm of two little girls – therefore, a house full of life, light and warmth!

How would you describe your interiors style?

A soft blend of materials, textures and very enveloping colours.

Where do you think that style comes from?

As a child I always loved decorating my bedroom. I would create a new atmosphere for each season, and even repaint my walls. From a very young age, I accumulated treasures which I collected and integrated into my interiors – now, these bring harmony to my home and pull everything together. I have always been sensitive to small details in decoration, and finding and placing these objects within my home brings me great joy.

How has your interiors style influenced your fashion style?

The mix of fabrics, colours, prints… It’s what makes Sézane.

When did you first realise you were design minded?

My eye and creative vision came out quite naturally. I have always worked on impulses, intuitions and feelings, which I still do to this day. Since I was 17, the verb ‘compose’ has guided my every step. It inspired the name Les Composantes and every choice I have made at Sézane. It places freedom at the heart of the creative process and offers an infinite palette of possibilities, materials, techniques, encounters and colours.

Who first inspired you?

I would say that a lot of my inspiration comes from my mum, even if we don’t have the same taste. She taught me to cherish pieces and to take care of them so they can last a lifetime. From that, since childhood I have always liked to unearth little hidden treasures.

What made you decide to pursue a career in design?

I am self-taught. It was intuition because 20 years ago you had to be avant-garde to believe that a beautiful fashion brand could grow and shine online. I've always followed my intuition over the years and trusted my instincts on opportunities.

What draws you to vintage pieces?

I love the idea that an object hides and tells a story. I am nostalgic for the feelings of ‘keep forever’ and ‘pass on for a long time’.

Do you ever repair and restore old items?

When I spot a pretty vintage piece, I always have to reinvent it and give it a new life, while taking care to keep its soul. This is part of the transmission of beautiful objects.

Is there anything specific you collect?

Painting, vintage jewellery and wooden boxes because they’re… irresistible!

Where do you find inspiration?

Italy remains a destination I love to visit time and again. It inspires me every day with its colours, atmosphere and truly unique villages.

Which fellow creators do you admire?

Rabih Kayrouz, Dimore Studio and Studio KO.


New from the studio…

A unique selection of lamps, homeware, candles, cushions, quilts, vases and stationery... All are designed in Les Composantes’ Paris studio and crafted in Europe’s finest ateliers.

A vintage selection…

A curated edit of vintage furniture, antique Italian jars and cushions in limited editions – just like the early days of Les Composantes.

A curation of artists & artisans…

Sculptures by Guénolée Courcoux and ceramics by Florence Girod. New collections and selections will follow the rhythm of the seasons.

To see the collection in full, visit


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