The Causse firm perpetuates the prestigious expertise associated with Millau, the world capital of glove-making. Founded in 1892, the famous glove maker broadcasts its contemporary vision of the glove in its Parisian boutique that was designed by Jean-Michel Wilmotte.
Christophe Lemaire opens his boutique in a former pharmacy. After Yves Saint Laurent, Christian Lacroix, Thierry Mugler and Lacoste in the 90’s and an immersion at Hermès in 2011, Lemaire decided to found his own label. He designs contemporary and classic clothing for men and women, with attentive detailing and neutral tones.
Opened in 2011, Monsieur Lacenaire spans the divide between Van Gogh and the contemporary French filmmaker Michel Gondry as if that was the most natural thing in the world to do for a label that makes highly stylised contemporary knitwear.
Steadfastly modern, sober and respectful of nature and the traditions dear to the brand, the interior decoration of the large Mont St Michel concept store on the Rue Vieille du Temple combines authenticity and modernity as do the contents of the brand’s collection.
Behind the number over the door is Adidas’ only Paris concept store which it opened in 2013. At the crossroads of fashion and Paris’ city culture it is a reference point when it comes to upmarket sportswear and combines both commercial and exhibition spaces.
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.
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.