The Parisian designer approaches eyewear with creative artistry and a wickedly, wonderful sense of humour.
Jérémy’s heritage in a legendary eyewear family confirms that eyewear artistry is in his genes. During a study period in Berlin, he joined ic! berlin. His talents were immediately recognised, and he won a Silmo d’Or in 2008 -the coveted “Oscar” of eyewear. In 2011, he decided to strike out on his own, and created Tarian, at twenty-four years of age. He was awarded another Silmo d’Or in 2012, for hisiconic Saintonge sunglasses.
Always interested in developing new concepts, in the summer of 2014 Jérémy launched Tarian + a special project that invites artists to collaborate with him and create a unique frame design. Tarian + was born out of his Master Class held at HEAD – Genève in Switzerland. A splendid example of eyewear innovation is the Limited Edition design 360° in collaboration with Berlin artist Judith Sönnicken.
The creative process is an extremely individual experience, and Jérémy reflects on how this influences his frame creations and the development of the Tarian collection.
“I like to create the brand identity based on my life and personal passions. I followed an education technique at a commercial school that didn’t really force me to ask myself questions. To define solutions, it is necessary to take a sane distance with influences and know your direction.”
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