Guibert Paris. Le film Été 2021

“The best stories often begin with passion.”

We wanted to share with you this beautiful piece of art – directed by Benjamin Armand on behalf of the House of Guibert.

In an immaculate bleacher landscape, the essence of the Guibert house is revealed, exalted by the beauty of contrasts.

The purity of this frame, gives all its sense to the contemporary design of the Guibert house.

View the video below:

Amona du Temple, the superb star of the film, is the horse of Jacques Bonnet, former international rider, investing today in his team @ecuriejacquesbonnet and coaching. The rider, Hugo Besnier, is a brilliant student and mannequin besides being a high level equestrian.

Guibert Paris – THE STORY

In 1999, a passionate dream became a reality: the saddlery of the House of Guibert opened its doors for the first time at 22 avenue Victor Hugo…

” In opening the Guibert saddlery I envisioned a place that would unite, with my team, the talents of master craftsmen who have perfected the saddler’s art, the know-how of the best French tanners, with a reputation among the finest French companies and around the world, and young design talent to restore the timeless quality of the saddler’s savoir-faire.”

“You will see the beauty of our full-grain leathers, the richness of the exclusive shades we have created for you, and you can imagine, even from a photograph, the softness and sensuality to the touch. We pair the craftsman’s savoir-faire with an exacting standard of quality in production, with elegant and distinguished results. Each selection from our leatherware and saddlery is destined to accompany you through life, becoming more beautiful with time.”

Pierre Guibert
Therese Stub Alhaug
Therese Stub Alhaug


Therese is the editor of Equilife, and is truly dedicated to equestrian sports and horses. She started riding as a little girl, and enjoys her free time with her two horses back home. Portrait interview is her favorite topic, as it has the gift to inspire others through peoples stories, knowledge, training and general life-philosophy, and certainly, their lives with horses.

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