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For more than a century, these colorful gigogne dolls - or Matriochkas - have made Russian folk art shine throughout the world. It is partly thanks to France that they owe their immense fame! Being presented for the first time at the Paris Universal Exhibition in 1900, they created a sensation and became an emblem of Russia.The Matryoshka used to evoke the mother of a large family, with robust health and a serene face. The designer Garance Brunard composes an ode to these powerful matriarchs who, to this day, remain a symbol of motherhood and prosperity.