Since 2005, VEJA has been making sneakers differently infusing each stage of production with a positive impact. The sneakers are made out organic cotton, wild rubber from the Amazonian forest and innovative fabrics such as recycled plastic bottles. Made in Brazil. VEJA believes transparency is the future.
Barneys (NYC), Net A Porter, Kith (NYC), Liberty (London), Selfridges (London), Le Bon Marché (Paris), Hype DC (Sydney) and Maple already carry the label…
Armor Lux is a French clothing company that started in 1938, using nautical designs from its heritage to make its so famous authentic, robust and Made in France “marinières” (French Stripes).
Armor Lux has built its reputation on the quality of its products, the company has one of the latest vertically integrated textile production tools and all the products are controlled at each stage in order to guarantee irreproachable quality.
The current designer of the Heritage line of the Brand is the famous Jung Ho Geortay who worked with Kenzo, Lanvin, Paul and Joe, Jean-Paul Gaultier ...
Mr Porter, EuClosing, les Galeries Lafayettes, The Iconic, Maple, Pickings & Parry already carry the label ...
BLEU DE CHAUFFE
Bleu de chauffe
Inspired by the industrial universe of the 20th century, Bleu de Chauffe bags re-invented work bags in a contemporary and urban way.
Professional bags with a clear and sharp design, Bleu de Chauffe products are simple, practical and stylish.The cutting, fabrication and stitching are hand-made by qualified artisans renowned for their skill, experience and expertise. Bleu de Chauffe bags are the best example of the hand-made in France.
Le Bon Marché (Paris), le BHV (Paris), METEOR (Hong-Kong), Maple (Sydney) and Hunt Leather (Sydney) already carry the label...
Maison Labiche began its story with a simple tee-shirt, white, embroidered, straight fit, and 100% cotton. For Maison Labiche, the tee-shirt is more than just a speciality, it's an obsession. Fit, material, color, grammage, knit, details…everything is thought out for a perfect and unique result.
Les Galeries Lafayettes (Paris), Barneys (New York), Le bon Marché (Paris), the Standard Store (Sydney) already carry the label ...
Go with the Original.
Mike Graham found himself climbing in Yosemite back in the 1970's, and out of this passion he developed the Gramicci line of authentic climbing gear and original clothing. Things really took off in 1982 when Gramicci pioneered the first ever climbing pants and shorts with crotch gussets and built-in nylon belts to allow freedom-of-movement.
With Gramicci, you put on over 30 years of innovation, experience and industry leadership. Many of the most popular features found in outdoor clothing were developed by Gramicci – their patented gusset crotch, built-in nylon belt, underarm hinge, high-low hem and many more.
While others are busy catching up, they continue to create original combinations of natural organic fabric weights, weaves and color.
Gramicci has pioneered innovation in the outdoor industry for well over 30 years. Their innovation and passion do not begin and end with their products. Gramicci team feel that the world is more than just a place to live; it is somewhere to grow up, start a family, adventure to parts unknown and enjoy the freedom of nature.
Artisan soap, Le Baigneur develops and manufactures all of its 100% bio cosmetics in his studio in 11th quarter of Paris. A human-sized company valuing the manual labor and the French know-how. Non-energy production system where man replaces the machine.
Les Galeries Lafayettes (Paris), Le BHV (Paris), Maple (Sydney) and Picking & Parry (Melbourne) already carry the label ...
BLEU DE PANAME
BLEU DE PANAME
Since inception in 2008, Bleu de Paname has quickly risen to become one of the leading producers of European streetwear and through their knack for re-visiting classic french workwear, their following has grown worldwide. Based on this success, it comes as no surprise that stores such as Opening Ceremony, Comme des Garcons Japan and Colette Paris have all jumped at the opportunity to stock the brand.
Bleu de Paname is well-knowm for its “Veste de Comptoir” (Denim Jacket) and “Treillis” (army pants). As with the rest of its collection, the Veste de Comptoir and Treillis are made from scratch in an old Parisian metal factory and are signed off with their signature woven logo tab at the hem.
Le Bon Marché (Paris), End Clothing (London), Up There (Melbourne) and Indigo & Provisions (Christchurch) already carry the label…