Francophiles love all things French from their fashion to their design. But one of the highlights of the culture has to be the food. And while you can certainly get top-notch French cuisine in the U.S., some of the cooking products are rarer. That is until My Stylish French Box came along.
The subscription box service is curated by French lifestyle expert Sharon Santoni, who creates quarterly gift boxes filled with luxury items from France. And February's box is themed Dans Ma Cuisine, or "in my kitchen." Per the surprise model, all of the contents can't be revealed. But, the company gave Departures a sneak peek at the luxurious French culinary items.
In the box, you'll find a baking pan by Emile Henry, a cutting board and knife from Jean Dubost, a gorgeous linen shopping tote from Charvet, an antique copper butter dish from L'Atelier du Cuivre, and the cookbook Tasting Paris. Each item will make your at-home cooking a little more stylish.
This comes after the November box, which had a French holiday entertaining theme. That one came with a set of candles from L'Artisan Parfumeur, two antique teaspoons, a decorative branch from Au Bain Marie, and some delicious sweets from Boissier.
Each seasonal box has a unique theme and features six to eight products exclusively from French brands. Most of these products can only be purchased in France and always include one antique item.
You have a choice of subscriptions, including a quarterly option for $255 every three months (delivered February, May, August, and November), a yearly subscription for $980, or you can purchase a one-off gift box for $265. There are also specialty boxes—ranging from $210 to $500—like the recent limited-edition Daughter Box, curated for the chicest little girl in your life, the Artisans of France box, and the Wedding Heirloom box.