Pursuing its responsible approach to sustainable fashion and the circular economy, the Eden Park brand has set up “Pap’ Atelier”, a sewing workshop to refresh garments which cannot be got rid of.
Drawing inspiration from the symbols of Rugby and from Eden Park’s own history and DNA, Léa, a recent graduate from the prestigious AICP (International Patternmaker Academy of Paris) breathes new life into clothes according to the latest trends. These bespoke items are unique in their form, size, and individual customization.
The workshop draws on garments or fabrics from several sources: unsold items which are re-interpreted, and historic pieces which need a makeover. The combinations of fabrics and colors are carefully thought out, ensuring that the final article is as elegant, desirable, and comfortable as a brand new one. The Pap Atelierprides itself in paying close attention to the original techniques, respecting the proportions, measurements, and customers’ ease of wearing.
The time required to make each item varies depending on their complexity. Léa’s creations can take several hours or several days, but each one is unique, entailing a bespoke concept and makeover. Items for purchase include both men’s and women’s clothes and accessories.
Make a date for September 4th 2021 to check out this exclusive capsule collection!