Constance Guisset (1976-) is one of the most relevant female brands in the panorama of contemporary French design. From 2003 to 2009, her training touches both the design and the economic fields, so much so that she began her career as administrative director of the studio of the brothers Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, from 2003 to 2009. She then decided to start her own business and devote herself entirely to design, giving life to products surrounded by an ethereal and dreamy poetry but at the same time effective and functional which earned her already in 2010 the recognition among the ten best designers of the year at the Maison & Objet fair. The best examples of her are probably the many collections designed for the Petite Friture brand, which also include her best-known product, the iconic Vertigo suspension lamp. Constance Guisset has also worked with several other avant-garde French brands such as Mustache, Pierre Frey and La Manufacture or with quality Italian brands such as Zanotta, LaCividina, Bosa, Fabbian, Ginori 1735 and, in the past, Molteni & C.