The C / Store area highlights young designers and fashion of tomorrow, to be found in Hall 4!
Ach Paris offers limited edition casual, chic and colourful collections with graphic designs. The founder, Charlotte Martin, took inspiration from her travels and her friends, creating a brand which resembles her life, with each item of clothing being named after one of her friends. With each season, Ach hopes to expand their collections, to create a complete look. All the items are hand made in ethical workshops. Wearing their clothing is truly like wearing the clothes of a Parisian cosmopolitan.
BLANK BY ME is a streetwear brand inspired by comfort, coolness and sustainability, which takes pride in contributing to a positive future for the fashion industry. Every garment has a purpose. The brand is bold, and believes that style does not have to be sacrificed for sustainability. They use lyocell, a sustainable fabric created from eucalyptus and beech trees, which are renewable and fast growing. They are committed to providing good working conditions for their workers, using biodegradable products, and offsetting their CO2 impact by planting trees for every purchase. Ethical in all senses of the word, they use positive imagery to promote an inclusive environment for women of all ages and sizes, and seeks to be a 100% moral and sustainable company.
Wonda Kammer is an ethical brand for optimists who want to change the world by changing their consumption habits. They create printed, colourful, eco-friendly, quirky shirts inspired by a joy for life. They use a sustainable production process, with good working conditions for the workers in Ghana, and aim to create more jobs for women in West Africa. All the shirts are printed in Italy on organic cotton, and they plant trees in poor regions, to compensate for their CO2 impact, to fight against global warming. They only use fairtrade cotton, biodegradable packaging and ink without solvents.
The Micsologyst is a high quality, ready-to-wear brand promoting multiculturalism. They use materials from different cultural traditions, like wax, silk or leather, so that each piece of clothing is the epitome of multiculturalism. The name ‘The Micsologyst’ comes from the idea of mixing multiple cultures, like a cocktail. Each item is unique, and the brand hopes to encourage tolerance and open mindedness in a culturally diverse, modern society. With production 100% made in France, the brand can support the national economy and ensure high quality products by checking their clothing at each step of the production process.
IRNE is a no gender, French brand which is aligned with the upcycling process, a sustainable approach which ensures limited consumption of materials. Their heather-effect fabrics tell a story, of the unexpected combination of the material and textile design used to create a new product. Their creations are usually individual pieces or produced in small batches, 100% made in France, with an aim to create zero waste.
Gang de Filles is a clothing brand with a unique concept of removable collars, allowing you to personalise your blouses. The brand creates clothing for feminine and confident women, to suit their needs and schedules. All their shirts are hand made in a Parisian workshop.
ISLI is an ethical accessories brand, which offers handmade products that reflect cultural diversity. Created by Isli, a graphic designer, she decided to create the brand in order to share her stories and travels through her products. All the products are unique, handmade and high quality, and the production process aims to limit waste, by recycling all the leftover materials such as wood or leather.