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Time Out says
Posted: Mon Oct 7 2013
This agreeable little post-industrial boutique offers up a range of elegant accessories and idiosyncratic curios, all centred on an urban theme. Line, the effervescent Canadian owner, fabricates most of the goods herself out of recycled materials: old flags, used tyres, anything. Ask her to show you how to fold up a 400m2 sheet of canvas, or how she fabricated the shop counter out of tin cans, and she’ll certainly oblige. Alternatively, peruse her range of sturdy, attractive bags (€70) and suitcases (€150). Those on smaller budgets aren’t left out – €10 will stretch to a cute purse made out of an old Vélib air chamber. And even if you have no mind to buy anything, drop by for the eccentric ambience and friendly conversation.
Recycl'ère 16 avenue de Saint-Ouen