Benjamin Benmoyal graduated from the Central Saint Martins School in London. He studied new methods for using sustainable fabrics.
Drawing on knowledge he acquired during his studies, he launched his eponymous brand where he reworked fabrics and made his own tweed.
He has developed a new weaving technique : he uses magnetic tapes from old music and video tapes, which he mixes with threads to make his own fabrics. His collections are all in volume and voluptuous shapes, must see !
Bleu Chose is a creative, handcrafted and conscious ready-to-wear brand created by Meryl Flambert in 2019.
Bleu Chose is one collection per year made in France, to point out the frantic pace of the official calendar and the fact that there are no longer really any seasons. The sourcing of materials is important for the brand, which uses only GOTS certified or deadstock materials. Bleu Chose offers its community a unique line of quality essentials complemented by sculptural designs in comfortable fabrics.
ROMAIN TREBUIL ET ALEX AUROUX
Circle is a sportswear, eco-friendly brand founded by Romain Trebuil and Alex Auroux. Circle offers designed clothing for yoga and running, made from recycled or recyclable materials.
Circle aims at having no impact on the environment with a local production and the establishment of a circular economy within the company. Circle also promotes responsible sports activity and support nature well being by health !
Coltesse is a creative and qualitative brand, made for adults who have kept their child’s soul.
Since the beginning, productions have been conceived with respect for man and for the planet. European production and the choice of materials are the result of responsible reflection. With an approach of increasing improvement, the brand has brought back the production of its pants in France since 2019.
Flair is a brand founded in 2019 by Clémence Wurtz, who wants to show that women have to be able to move as they need to and as they want to without denying their femininity. The time when women had to put their top back properly after each movement is over !
Flair is a brand specialized in 100% Made In France bodies . With Flair, Clémence wants to take part in tomorrow's world, more sustainable, but without losing touch with the elegance. "Osez la liberté, vivez en body !"
Jeanne Friot is a genderless and sustainable brand based in Paris. The core of Jeanne Friot's creation is to produce in a more conscious and ethical way.
Pieces are genderless, produced in viable quantities for the retail network, or in limited series made from recycled materials. One-of-a-kind pieces are also available on order.
The vision of the brand is simple and linked to the values of the designer: the visibility of LGBTQ+ people, the fight for women's rights and giving new life to a French craft. The future of fashion will be inclusive or not!
Katia Sanchez embodies above all love of life, some colors and a lot of values. The eponymous brand was founded after the long adventure of its designer with the brand Les Petits Hauts.
It's the desire to create something meaningful which drives Katia to look for the most beautiful materials - because nothing is environmentally friendly without quality- to make some exceptional pullovers.
The collections are produced in France and in Europe, in small quantities in order to consume less, but smarter.
LE PETIT DAKAROIS
YOANN ABOULKASSIMI AND NIL YAHIAOUI
Yoann and Nil founded Le Petit Dakarois in 2019, a brand that offers a great trip to Africa. More than a brand, it is above all a group of friends seduced by the habit of the inhabitants of Dakar to have their clothes made to measure.
The wax bomber jacket with sober lines and sophisticated colors is the first piece of the Petit Dakarois wardrobe, and it has not gone unnoticed. The brand wants to promote slow fashion and African craftsmanship.
JULIA FAURE AND GUILLAUME DECLAIR
LOOM's credo is simple: "less but better". This men's ready-to-wear brand offers pieces made to last. No more pilling sweaters after two machines, no more deformed t-shirts after a month.
LOOM decides to produce better, with noble and certified materials in order to guarantee the durability of the parts. Thanks to Julia and Guillaume, and their full transparency, being eco-responsible is within everyone's reach.
What's more, LOOM also has their blog "La mode à l'envers" on which they inform us about the fashion industry and offer us valuable advice on how to take care of our clothes.
Thierry Pietu began his career in the high hairdressing, but he always had this passion for fashion design. Today his scissors are no longer used for hair but for fabrics. Thierry has created a collection of about sixty ready-to-wear couture models around 3 axes: casual trouser sets, a sportswear capsule collection integrating optical fibers for evening visibility and a range of coats and evening wear. Thierry Pietu's work focuses on the modern and elegant woman who is sensitive to comfort and durable clothing. He prefers to work in France with natural fabrics such as silk, brocade, velvet, cashmere and organic cotton.
MATHILDE GINDRE AND SARAH NIMIR
Salut Beauté is a ready-to-wear brand that creates perfectly matched sets. The goal ? Get dressed in style in seconds, effortlessly. The cuts are worked with pointed details to sublimate the silhouette. Everything is made in beautiful, airy, comfortable materials, from offcuts from great houses. Salut Beauté shakes up the codes of accessible ready-to-wear by making clothing an experience in its own right and by conveying a strong universe, far from fast fashion and its endless, impersonal and meaningless e-commerce pages.
More than a simple brand, Sisterhood is an adventure of solidarity and commitment, a desire to fight against inequalities. Because turning a blind eye to domestic violence and disregard for minorities is not longer possible in our actual world, the brand donates 1€ per item to the association Coeur de Guerrière, as well as 1€ to the Foundation des Femmes.
Sisterhood wants to be a human rebellion, an inclusive collection and against injonctions, the whole mixed with street codes. But as claiming sweetness was the only option for Elsa to consider the future, she always adds softness to her collections.
Sharing is the way Elsa has chosen to contribute to the world of tomorrow, having in mind that tomorrow is actually now.
Studio Paillette is a cutting-edge, edited fashion rental platform whose growth engine is a network of ambassadors committed to slow-fashion.
The colorful, graphic and crazy style of the DA is shaped on the fringe of ephemeral trends and seasons. A new way of putting together a look gives a fresh look to old pieces.
The mission of Léa, the co-founder, is to re-enchant fashion by inscribing it in a circular and sustainable practice.
Studio Paillette's selection makes creative brands with well-designed products accessible, giving them a second life thanks to a real curation work.
CAROLINE REY AND AMELIE DELACOUR
Specialized in women's professional wardrobes, the 17h10 brand launched itself around a flagship and iconic product: the suit. The pieces take up the codes of male costumes, in more modern and feminine cuts, with particular attention to the quality and labeling of the fabrics. With a view to more sustainable fashion, pieces are limited and can be developed for all body types.