Trained in architecture and contemporary art in France and Belgium, Benjamin Isidore Juveneton is a designer and visual artist. He is the author for 10 years of the project "Farewell and to tomorrow" as well as the optimistic dictionary to the Editions du Chêne. Beyond his own artistic production which begins in the streets, he collaborates with different institutions and brands: the City of Paris, the Louvre Museum, Nike or Maison Montagut.
For this collaboration, the neo-thinker BIJ has created four pieces in four colors, dedicated to both female and male silhouettes. The materials have been chosen with the greatest care; we will obviously find cashmere, flagship material of the brand, mixed with cotton.
Montagut became Maison Montagut in autumn-winter 2018. Montagut, a family knitwear brand since 1880, is repositioning itself by expanding its knit expertise with a wider range of products. You will find below the different lines to discover.