Sézane has launched a gallery of chic wall art and all profits go to charity

It hasn’t been two minutes since we were lusting over Sézane’s Micky Jumper – seen on Instagram influencers everywhere – and now we’re swooning over the brand’s new Solidarity Gallery of wall art too.

It was only three years ago that our favourite french brand launched a philanthropic program, DEMAIN, and since then it has raised more than 4 million euros and donated to dozens of partner charities.

Following the success of the limited edition collection that they launched earlier in the year, DEMAIN has now launched a Solidarity Gallery. Featuring artwork that has been generously donated by artists and galleries who are friends or favourites of Sézane and the brand’s founder Morgane Sézalory, the gallery has recieved a lot of love on Instagram.

Among these artists and galleries is a diverse range of talent and perspectives such as Fee Greening, Caroline Rennequin, Hotel Magique, Jordy Van Den Nieuwendijk, as well as, Cassandre Montoriol, Virginie Hucher, Nathanael Koffi, Margaret Jeane, and many more who have given their time and imagination to bring the Solidarity Gallery to life.

New arrivals will join the gallery on the 21st – the day that Sézane donates 10% of their global sales – and 100% of the proceeds from dedicated solidarity creations to DEMAIN.

Sézane is now calling for artists from around the world to take part and use their talent to help draw a brighter future and donate their artwork to the gallery next month.

Shop DEMAIN’s Solidarity Gallery here:

Every piece is for sale on the Sézane website and 100% of all proceeds will be donated to the DEMAIN endowment fund.