A propos des Editions Limitées
Tous les ateliers avec lesquels nous travaillons sont des ateliers familiaux, confidentiels et à taille humaine.
Y avoir accès n’est pas une mince affaire, et les quantités sont toujours limitées. Dans le cas des pièces marquées “Editions Limitées”, aucun réassort n’est malheureusement possible.
Premier arrivé, premier servi!
How do we do it ?
Exceptional pieces 3 to 5 times cheaper than Traditional Luxury.
How do we do it? It's simple. We remove all the usual costs of Luxury labels, such as retail stores on the Champs-Elysées or commercials with the latest fashionable star. On the other hand, we NEVER lower quality.
At Atelier Particulier, our ambition is to sell you the product itself - straight from the best workshop. Not the branding.
Unlike our classic collection (available from stock), you will pre-order your piece.
In other words, it has not yet been made.
It will be, in the next few weeks, just for you. Then it will be delivered to you.
1- Less waste (we only produce what we sell)
2- Even lower workshop prices
Grown in France, our linen is then spinned in Italy before being woven in our manifattura. Linen has remarkable proprieties such as being ecological, resistant, hypoallergenic and water absorbent like no other.
Did you know? In the North of England, the Yorkshire Dales Park is the source of pure and soft water. That's why the textile industry has been growing there since the 16th century. Since 1797, our workshop has developed its savoir-faire in cashmere products. Cashmere only. From raw wool to finish, it's developed a savoir-faire illustrated by its major role within the Sustainable Fibre Alliance. This international organisation aims at promoting sustainability within the whole cashmere industry.
Our workshop uses the best of cashmere, from sustainable farming in Mongolia. It's one of the last workshops to master the Zibelino (ripple, in English) finish. Using thistles, the wool is meticulously rubbed until obtaining the wavy and luminous touch. As being long (15 days) and costly (manual work), this finish is very rare. A few brands still offer Zibelino, for prices ranging between €300 & €500.
Our workshop is a member of the Sustainable Fibre Alliance. The SFA is a non-profit international organisation working with the extended cashmere supply chain, from herders to retailers. Their goal is to promote a global sustainability standard for cashmere production in order to preserve and restore grasslands, ensure animal welfare and secure livelihoods.