Attention to all fashion-forward and fashion-addicted enthusiasts seeking new gems: the new concept store, La Chambre, has just opened its doors, just a stone's throw away from the Tuileries Gardens. The success of this fashion and decor temple, showcasing a curated selection of young, socially responsible designers, is already being predicted! From upcycled wedding dresses and colorful jewelry to neon mirrors, let's take a closer look at the new haven for stylish Parisians.
Shaping the Fashion Landscape of Tomorrow
Designed like a department store, La Chambre's 150m² space is divided into several corners, housing heritage brands alongside eco-conscious emerging labels. Among the fortunate selections are the seventies tailoring by Pallas (starting at €900 for a jacket and €600 for pants), upcycled creations by Françoise (starting at €320 for embroidered polos), customizable shoes by Chamberlan (starting at €295 for mules), vintage finds by Bygone Days, Hypso's costume jewelry (starting at €25 for pendants), and The Ethiquette's prêt-à-couture line (starting at €185 for crop tops).
Elena Feit, founder of The Ethiquette and artistic director of La Chambre, has opted for a modern and glamorous decor, enhanced with striking design pieces from Treaptyque, a vintage furniture specialist available for purchase. The result is an ever-evolving, stunning interior that changes over time. For instance, right now, visitors can admire their finest outfits in front of the iconic Ultrafragola mirror by Ettore Sottsass.
An Exclusive Experience
The new concept store also offers a high-end clothing and accessory rental service in collaboration with Prête (starting at €25 for dress rentals) and a beauty stand featuring cosmetics from Le Rouge Français (€45 for lipsticks).
In partnership with these two brands, La Chambre is soon launching a "Get Ready" package, where customers can book their beauty services and fittings for events in an intimate and exclusive setting, staying true to the current trends of the concept store.