Bourrienne Paris X settles at Bon Marché Rive Gauche mid-February

“The visitors have selected another eternal piece of male wardrobe, the shirt. In jeans, cotton gabardine or jersey,” it’s a must, “says Sacha Prost, the director of 8Js. Bourrienne Paris X , whose specialty it is, has unveiled a gallery of sophisticated white shirts in waxed linen or cotton. The brand, which opened a corner in February at Le Bon Marché, mainly sold its most expensive model, a shirt with pleated breastplate, labeled “Made in France”. It is made in a workshop in Saint-Malo and requires three hours of work for three people. The overshirt also has its followers. The Barbour version, in wool with large blue, khaki and blue checks chocolate, was appreciated by buyers, just like the patchwork model, in shades of blue, signed Bask in The Sun, or the white velvet version imagined by Bourrienne Paris X.


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