Eco-friendly Men’s Fashion


Eco-friendly Men’s Fashion

Vincent Orsini worked for 15 years in the research industry before embarking on a career in fashion. “I’ve always liked traveling and shopping, and I also have an interest in ecology,” says he, combining originality with quality to fit his motto of creating clothing that’s friendly to people and the environment. His store offers elegant and interesting pieces of clothing and accessories: a bag made from a recycled fire hose, a hand-sewn tie made from the clippings of a theater costume, tee shirts embroidered with humorous motifs. The store also sells hats, scarves, and smart casual clothing. It is a great find for the eco-conscious fashionista.

Text by Masae Takata

Bien Bien Habillé
Address: 35 rue des Dames, 75017 Paris
Tel: 01-40-07-18-68
Access: Rome, Place de Clichy
Opening hours: 11am-8pm (Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday), 12pm-8pm (Thursday), 2:20pm-6:30pm (Sunday)
Closed: Monday
© Olivier BardinaThe store is located in the 17th arrondissement of the Batignolles district. The line responds well to Paris’ heightened consciousness and no-necktie at work lifestyle.
© Olivier BardinaA British brand bag created from recycled fire hose materials.
© Olivier BardinaA t-shirt with a fun design.



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