Set up by a couple of fashion graduates in 2014, this charming and eco-friendly label for clothes and accessories (named for the hometown of one of the founders) fits in perfectly on the extremely hip Rue des Vinaigriers (they are also featured by Anthropologie, to give you an idea). Their style is contemporary, urban, feminine, even a little tribal, with generous, almost kimono-esque cuts and prints based on watercolour paintings. Materials are organic, recycled, natural – linen, wool and silk. Not cheap, then, but since almost the materials are sourced locally and the pieces manufactured in the south of France, you can at least rest easy that you're supporting French domestic industry when shelling out €375 for a suit jacket, €200 for a dress, or €100 for a t-shirt. Also features guest designers, like jewellery by Ishi or sunglasses by Boca.
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