Pas de Calais opened its first Paris boutique in September 2015. Created by Yukari Suda in 1998, the Japanese brand is a tribute to Calais lacework and has both its own creations and a range of fabrics in traditional colours using the latest technology to do magical things with cotton, linen and silk.
Founded in 1987 in the Bastille district and an editor in its own right since 1998, the Gilles Peyroulet Gallery presents contemporary and international artists whose work is a continuum of the conceptualist and minimalist schools that first appeared after the World War II.
After duvets, pillows and sleeping bags Pyrenex’s iconic item is the feather and down quilted anorak. The Crabos family business located in the heart of the Landes region, heartland of France’s goose and duck agribusinesses, has for 200 years developed a business using the by-products to manufacture sports clothes originally for excursions to the nearby Pyrenees.