Located in the most beautiful districts of Paris, a stone's throw from Place Vendôme or in the golden triangle, but also in Cannes, Monaco, Geneva and Dubai, the Burma boutiques stand out as a precious setting.

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Each Burma store has its own specificity.
For Bruno Zarcate, the very strong stylistic challenge coincides with exceptional know-how.


Anne-Cécile Comar (Atelier du Pont) designed the renovation of the Burma boutique on rue de la Paix. In a play of reflections and moiré undulations, a vast chain mail chandelier illuminates an ultra contemporary boudoir. The jewelry is displayed on suspended elliptical displays, floating like adorned clouds.


Marianne Guély, who has worked for Burma since 2003, magnifies the decorations, in a play between the eternal and the ephemeral. His paper scenographies, his favorite material, become the support of all dreams, with haute couture sculptures that enhance Burma jewelry.

“The theatricality of the paper decorations always seemed to me to be in agreement with the fantasy of Burma Jewelry. It is for this reason that I suggested that Maison Burma create decorations for all the shop windows present in France and abroad. I started this collaboration with enthusiasm! And it was at the very beginning of my career. I immediately immersed myself in the archives and I loved this privileged link with the artists and fashion of the time.

Collaborations with an illustrator like Gruau but also with popular film or music hall actresses. Bruno Zarcate, collector and enthusiast of the 1930s, quickly gave me carte blanche. True freedom in creation was always a renewed pleasure for me each season. It’s a beautiful, faithful and enriching collaboration that has lasted for more than ten years now. »