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A dash of ParisDid you notice? Each line from our Timeless collection is named after a Parisian street. As we launch our new lines Pantin, Bercy, Raspail and Courcelles, let’s go gallivanting around the capital of fashion.
Pantin comes first, located in the east of Paris. Once a housing place for factory workers, this neighborhood encompasses now many craftspeople as well as the workshops of major luxury maisons. Within a stone throw from Gare de Lyon, along the Seine, the new modern area of Bercy mixes white collars from the French Ministry of Finance and artists performing at the nearby Paris-Bercy theatre.
On the Rive Gauche (Paris West bank of the Seine) Boulevard Raspail spreads its 2,3 km in bias from North to South. On its central island, one can see many vegetable and flowers markets. Let’s go up in the western part of the capital, up to Courcelles: at the end of the XIXth century, the Statue of Liberty, designed by French sculptor Bartholdi, was forged in rue de Chazelles, a street of this area before being sent to New York for its inauguration on June, 28th 1886. It has been a symbol for New York and the USA since then.
We let you now discover Pantin hair ties, Bercy headbands, Raspail hair jaw clips and Courcelles side barrettes.