Gourmet Wear

On Being Parisian

Silk scarf from the Be Parisian and Club Med capsule collection Photo ©Courtesy Be Parisian Handout via The Gourmet Gazette

Paris, France — If you can’t be in Paris right now you can have a look at quintessential Parisian chic from the house of Be Parisian, specialized in its own take on the classic French silk scarf. Each scarf, Made in France, is a work of art, a display of colors and graphic themes and they can be worn in myriad ways: around the neck, the forehead, the waist. The house was founded by Emmanuelle Legavre in 2016 who is the artistic director. Each piece is crafted in France in the region of Lyon, the cradle of silk making in France. The scarves are also certified oeko-tex because of the high ecological standards of the ink used in the silk screening process and subsequently is harmless for human health. Be Parisian enjoys the prestigious label Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant or EPV, a Living Heritage Company.

Silk scarf from the Be Parisian and Club Med capsule collection Photo ©Courtesy Be Parisian Handout via The Gourmet Gazette

The house has just brought out a capsule collection with an iconic institution, Club Med. The lively, unique collection includes the scarves in silk twill along with holdalls and small pouches in organic cotton, all Made in France. It is currently available in four Club Med hotels: The Cefalù in Sicily, the Gregolimano in Greece and the Opio and La Palmyre in France. And a signature collection is slated to be released on board the luxurious Club Med 2 five-masted schooner, which sails the Caribbean in winter.
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http://www.be-parisian.fr

Small pouch from the Be Parisian and Club Med capsule collection Photo ©Courtesy Be Parisian Handout via The Gourmet Gazette

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