From September 3rd to October 17th, the Brooklyn district of New York city invites itself to the very chic and elegant Le Bon March department store in Paris.
Always ahead of trends, Le Bon March was impressed by the creativity and boldness of this New York suburb that is linked to the island of Manhattan by the famous Brooklyn bridge.
Brooklyn has become a vibrant and lively centre of innovation and cstyle and is now a firmly established in setting lifestyle trends even before its famous island neighbour of Manhattan. Fashion, beauty, accessories, childrens clothing, decoration, design, gastronomy, one hundred brands have crossed the Atlantic to land at the Bon March and La Grande Epicerie for the final sunny days of autumn.
After Brazil and Japan, the Bon March celebrates the culture and dynamism of the famous New York neighbourhood. Fashion designers, potters, grand chefs, florists, carpenters, chocolatiers, jewellers, decorators..are all present.
For the occasion, an exhibition area was created with typical landscaping of a “New Yorker loft” with red brick walls to exhibit the creations of “Made in Brooklyn”, that now are protected by these designer labels who built their studios in the old docks, the along the East River.
Most of these creators, artists and brands cross the Atlantic for the first time. As a Ulla Johnson, Yune Ho, Lynn & Lawrence, Glitch, Catbird, DS & Durga, Baby Degen, Brooklyn Brine … it’s an opportunity to discover promising young brands founded by followers talents of “Do It Yourself”, the vintage, of zen and healthy food.
In parallel to this exhibition, the Grand Epicerie de Paris will host a market dedicated to gastronomy of Brooklyn, to appreciate the East Coast flavours and to delight your taste buds.
- Brooklyn Left Bank, from September 3rd to October 17th , 2015 at Le Bon March,
- 24 rue de Svres
- 75007 Paris