Commune de Paris
Launched in 2009 by Alexandre Maïsetti and Sebastien Lyky, Commune de Paris creates designs meant to embody the values of the popular revolt of 1871: independence, audacity, and liberty. Each collection features adaptations of symbols from the revolutionary period sourced from a myriad of illustrators, photographers, and graphic designers. The only materials used are those of the highest caliber: English tweed, Italian poplin, and Japanese denim. All designs are manufactured in Europe, reinforcing the label’s strong commitment to quality, both in material and craft.