Les Récupérables: the temple of slow fashion opens in the 18th

The shop of Anaïs Dautais Warmel founder of the label Les Récupérables

© Lucie Sassiat

After many years of , Anaïs Dautais Warmel,the Parisian stylist at the origin of Les Récupérables upcycling, inaugurated the opening of her first boutique beginning of October at the heart of the fashion district, in the 18th.
Another good reason to be green !

Her thing: using fabric discards from upholstery and haute couture workshops, that give her strong inspiration to create a sustainable fashion.

A terrific new collection

Parisiennes are wild about it, Coco Chanel would have adored! These unusual fabrics are transformed by the talented styliste into furiously fashionable pieces in very limited series, thanks to a small production, le manufactured in insertion workshops. The motto “Nothing  is lost, everything is  transformed” has never been so desirable.

On the racks, the new collection: a tapestry bomber (€240), a dress robe inspired by Dior in the 50s with a Japanese touch (€190), a blue denim work pair of  pants (€130), a floral motif skirt (€95) or a a kimono style jacket with a tartan print (€90).

Opening of a boutique-workshop on Fashoin Rue de la mode

Les récupérable interior decoration from Zoé de la Cases

We have good news: Anaïs just inaugurated the opening of her very first Parisian boutique last week with a minimalist decor signed Zoé de las Case.

The result: a customized space with photos and retro sketches on the an intimate travelchanging room, closed by vintage curtains, racks with incredible pieces and darling workshok occupied by Anaïs Tori so you can make your own alterations. In the works: “Do It yourself” workshops so you can alter your favourite pieces of clothing and initiate yourself in the art of embroidery

The plus? Totally original pieces to quickly come pick up in the boutique.

Pssstt: there is a rumor going around that a secret sale will be taking place on Saturday at Openmind Kfé. Information and registration on the Instagram account.

Boutique open Wednesday to Saturday from 2pm to 8pm.


Also discover Anthropologie, the fashion label that has finally opened in Paris and Rouje, the new boutique-cantina of Jeanne Damas.

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