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LE VESTIARE 

Who Designed My Clothes? 

Every one of our designs is imagined by women for women. In this week's issue of Le Vestiaire, we introduce you to the faces behind the pieces of our new collection. Our design team, Le Studio, share with you the ways in which thier personal relationship with the city inspires their creations. 

 Who Designed My Knitwear? 

Who: Nina 

Trademark:
The sweetest rebel  

I designed your: Knitwear and outerwear.  

The pre-collection in one breath:  Retro, feminine, timeless…

 

A Conversation with Paris...
Improbable places that inspired the new collection.


 

Parc Buttes Chaumont
A rare overgrown green space in a city of perfect, manicured hedges. Its grassy, tree lined hills are full of hidden corners for intimate picnics. This is the wilder side of Paris. 

Yam T’cha 
The best Bao in Paris. Color, action and delightful chaos. The best recipie for creation. 
4 Rue Sauval, 75001 Paris 

Le Loire dans la Théière
For snack time sans disappointment. Noone ever created anything important whilst hungry...
3 Rue des Rosiers, 75004 Paris

The song in my ears : Paradise by Jeremih

 

Knitwear Inspired by Nina's Paris 


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Who Designed My Dress?

Who: Marine

Trademark:
Complete lack of objectivity when she doesn' like a fabric or print. Before all, always zen, zen, eternally zen. Peace toujours

I designed your: Dresses and blouses 


 

A Conversation with Paris...
Improbable places that inspired the new collection. 

L'Attrape-coeurs
A bookshop high in the hills of the Monmartre quartier. The owner's recommendations and selections of the week are consistently fabulous.
4 Place Constantin Pecqueur, 75018 Paris

Au Rêve
A poetically named Absinthe bar once frequented by dandys, romantic and travellers.
89 Rue Caulaincourt, 75018 Paris  

Aoyama Flower Market
In Japan, the art of growing flowers is called ikebana. Aoyama is the perfect place to discover ikebana, origata the art of gift wrapping, and mizuhik, a braided paper technique ... all within in a tranquil sanctuary of greenery.
96 Rue du Bac, 75007 PARIS

ULTRAMOD 
An old fashioned haberdashery, with luscious period decor and gilded wooden counters. Only treasures rest within; threads, buttons, ribbons, braids, ropes, lace and trimmings. A feast for the eyes.
3-4 Rue de Choiseul, 75002 PARIS

 

Blouses and Dresses Inspired by Marine's Paris 


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Who Designed My Handbag and Shoes? 

Who: Carol

Trademark
: A distinctive laugh

I designed your: Handbags and shoes! 

The pre-collection in one breath: A gentle renaissance.

A Conversation with Paris...
Improbable places that inspired the new collection. 

Marclee 
Sit at the counter in front of the open kitchen, and watch the Venezualien and Japaense chef duo cook up their delcious and improbale creations.  
10 Rue Saulnier, 75009 Paris


BarOurq
Order a beer a this canal side bar, and they’ll happily lend you a set of pétanque balls. Pétanque is perhaps the French sport most suitably adjusted to drinking and chatting, always with a healthy dose of competition.   
68 Quai de la Loire, 75019 Paris

Le théâtre du Châtelet 
For their formidable seasonal line ups.
1 Place du Châtelet, 75001 Paris

My perfect Sunday in Paris...
An afternoon in the overgrown gardens of Le Recyclerie a old railway station turned green space, followed by a stroll through the Saint Ouen markets.

 Leather goods inspired by Carol's Paris 


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Who Designed My Jewelry?

Who: Daphne

Trademark : Madame Bijoux. Known for her habit of laying with modelling clay while thinking. 

I designed your: Accessories!

The pre-collection in one breath: A perfect, comforting vintage mood for the changing of the seasons ...

A Conversation with Paris...
Improbable places that inspired the new collection. 

Echo 
Roll out of bed for their scrambled eggs with mexican chorizo and coconut Vietnamese iced coffee. The cafe’s chilled Californian ambiance is the perfect way to ease yourself into the day.
95 Rue d'Aboukir, 75002 Paris

Librairie Les Arpenteurs 
I could spend hours amongst the shelves, creating piles and piles of stories I’ll get around to reading one day.
9 Rue Choron, 75009 Paris

Rose Vintage Market 
An incredibly well-curated vintage store with a consistently fabulous selection of quality pieces.
19 Rue Milton, 75009 Paris  

The song in my ears... In your Company by Coming Soon

Jewellery inspired by Daphné's Paris