The new French Trotters flagship store occupies no less that 200 chic square metres, just down from the road from the old boutique at 116 Rue Vieille du Temple. It brings together all facets of the store that was originally created in 2005 by Carole and Clarent Dehlouz – including trendy bath products (candles, soap and shower gel), linen, furniture and stacks of magazines on photography, decoration, fashion and gardening. But French Trotters’s heart remains in its clothing boutique, full of great pieces from respected designers and quality workshops in Denmark, Brazil, India and France – and including the fabulous French Trotters own line, knitted in Brittany. Look out for boots by Avril Gau, high heels from Michel Vivien, Opening Ceremony shoes, Veja trainers, bags by Jérôme Dreyfuss, Acne jeans, rare and beautiful shirts from Commune de Paris, tops from American Vintage and knitwear from Flippa K. The prices aren’t exactly high street, but this is stuff built with care, and to last.
|Venue name:||French Trotters|
128 rue Vieille du Temple
|Transport:||Métro : Temple ou Filles du Calvaire|