Degrenne — Identity
Since its foundation in 1948, Guy Degrenne has been manufacturing fine tableware and home decorating products. However, the arrival of new market players over the last ten years has led the brand to rehaul its communication strategy and positioning. Bonjour Paris was given the task to make this transition come to life, alongside the brand's new management team, Thomas Mulliez and Blandine Franc. The transformation is nothing short of radical. The positioning of the visual identity was upgraded: the label's name was shortened to Degrenne, which now stands out with an elegant, forceful presence, and complemented with a proprietary grey which recalls the Maison's DNA and primary raw material, steel, at various stages in its transformation.
Degrenne — Website
As part of the rebranding, we paid special attention to Degrenne's digital media presence. The brand's e-commerce website emerged as the real problem and required a complete redesign. We implemented a streamlined navigation path by sidestepping the competition's usual snakes and ladders, focusing on clear visuals and interactive content that reposition the product in its rightful central place and help shoppers make more intuitive choices.
Degrenne — Emailing
Since 1948, Guy Degrenne has been manufacturing fine tableware and home decorating products. However, the arrival of new market players over the last ten years has led the brand to rehaul its communication
Degrenne — 70 ans
Retracing 70 years of history of the specialist in French tableware does not only consist in narrating its immutable know-how, nor in going through all of its archives but, on the contrary, honoring the people who made what Degrenne is today.
Degrenne — L'économe
On the occasion of Degrenne’s collaboration with the great designer Starck, the brand joined forces with Bonjour Paris for the production of its content. One of the flagship products was the vegetable-peeler, featured in a legendary film scene: Diner de cons by Francis Veber. The entire Starck x Degrenne collection was illustrated inspired by popular films: Titanic, Psychosis, Le Mépris… A nice wink for the specialist of the Art of Tableware.