The objectives of the project are to propose an alternative to Fast Fashion, to change consumption habits with the philosophy "consume less, but consume better". To find other solutions to create and make a garment while reducing the ecological and social impact. To recover the true value of things and the work that we have lost little by little with a system that pushes to overproduction and overconsumption "always faster and cheaper". To give back a little dignity to our clothes and to the French craftsmanship and to make local companies alive.
P.P. favours the crush purchase like a vintage piece, this adrenaline to find the rare piece. The one that looks like us and that makes us so unique, so special, particular...
Reconnecting with nature
Particular Pieces strives to find new solutions, another way to design and produce a garment while reducing the environmental and social impact. With the desire to recover the true value of things and the work by upgrading our clothes and craftsmanship.
The fabrics come from upcycling, moving towards a circular economy and respectful of nature. It is about collecting, buying and recovering second-hand textiles. Then comes the transformation process to create and valorize the textile as a new piece. The fabrics come from textile recovery networks (Emmaus, Le Relais, etc.) and from deadstock fabrics from fashion houses.
Each person is unique
Unique or limited edition pieces. A style combining modernity, vintage, comfort and sensuality. Favouring individual pieces rather than collections. Pieces imagined over time, inspirations but above all fabrics that will shape new clothes, with 4 to 5 strong seasonals models. Be unique, preserving a form of rarity is my motto.
Each piece is handmade by me or locally by insertion workshops, is made to last the longest. I am constantly looking for fabrics and finishes of the best possible quality with a selection of natural fabrics, strong seams, handmade hems...
"Craftsmanship is the transformation of products or the implementation of services through a particular know-how and out of a mass industrial context."
On your way!