José Lévy is an object and space narrator in the grand French tradition of interior designers. He never develops a single response to a question (like a designer), but a real narrative. For him it is impossible to create without narrating; he prefers to develop rather than summarize, opting for phrases rather than words.
The fashion designer, José Lévy had already referred to Tati, Jacques Demy and Modiano before addressing the world of cut and fashion design. As a designer of objects, he pursues his work of fiction steeped in memory, in order to single out his personal references which immediately resonate with everyone. This quest for the universal and the popular had already been initiated by him in fashion.
Les Cloches is a neighbourhood brasserie in Saint-Germain – des-Prés naturally. Les Cloches is a brasserie which blends together neighbours, tourists and friends who drop in – the whole of Christophe Mura’s entourage, who entrusted his first place to José Lévy. Carte blanche. José Lévy imagined, designed and implemented Les Cloches leaving nothing to chance. He also asked his nearest and dearest to give him a helping hand: