Bakerdjian boutique

General de Gaulle once said that he had only one international rival: Tintin, Hergé's character. The French have only one master when it comes to elegance: the Italians. This is why, in the Marais, in Paris, Arthur Bakerdjian has specialized in Italian men's fashion since 1987.

Photo: Mathis Mben Bayo

The owner of the place himself adopted the style, which is defined by an apparent simplicity. In reality, the thing is very studied, with perfect cuts and natural materials: cashmere, merino, boiled wool, Geelong Wool – a particularly fine and soft lamb's wool -, leather, cotton, silk etc. Obviously, synthetic products are banned.

In his “ideal dressing room”, at 28 rue Charlot, the stylist offers chic sportswear clothing that has style, sourced from the best transalpine artisans, guarantors of know-how preserved thanks to their small, unparalleled clothing industry. in Europe.

Photo: Mathis Mben Bayo

In the Bakerdjian dressing windows: not suits but jackets, overcoats, bombers, sweaters or t-shirts to “match” with pants, sweaters, vests with mother-of-pearl buttons and other accessories: belts, ties, scarves, gloves , etc. All in variations of the three essential colors: blue, gray and brown. But also white and sometimes bright colors like orange.

The motto of this store for casual gentlemen could be: "In Rome, do like the Romans", or rather: "In Milan [fashion capital], do like the Milanese" or, even more relevant: "A Paris, do like the Italians”!

Bakerdjian dressing room
28 rue Charlot, 75003 Paris

Tuesday to Saturday 10AM - 30PM
Sunday 12 a.m. to 00 p.m.
Tel: +06 16 81 61 06

Photo: Mathis Mben Bayo

Text: Katia Barillot

19.12.21

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