Ever been to a place where you felt like you were swarmed with nebulae of hipster creativity? Slogan tees, wide-legged trousers, black beret and a pipe resting in between the lips. Shabby chic cafés, contemporary art galleries masked by grungy fronts, boutiques of young/cult designers.
“Paris’ latest shopping sensation” according to TimeOut Magazine, this three-floor artistic brainchild of Bernard and Marie-France Cohen sits in a 19th-century fabric factory at 111 Boulevard Beaumarchais, in the heart of history district Haut Marais.
To say that I know fashion is a lie, a big ostentatious lie. It’s a world, an industry that often intersects my social circle but it’s an area that I know very little about. To say that I have my own style is maybe a bit splashy and attention-seeking. But I guess I have my own preference, a way that I like to pair my tops and bottoms, a way I like to accessorize.