Bourrienne Paris X, the white shirt laboratory
Charles Beigbeder got the idea of creating a premium white shirt label from Bonaparte, Victor Hugo and Chateaubriand – all guests at the Bourrienne townhouse, bought and renovated by this entrepreneur. He asked stylist Cécile Faucheur to create the Bourrienne Paris X revival collection that hones each detail to perfection. This sleek, refined range of eight models in linen, ottoman, popline and oxford, presented in an 80 sq.m showcase, mixes fitted and loose cuts. Styles include a classic shirt with a French collar in serge or officer collar with a pleated front, to pair with collar stays in a precious-metal finish or silver if you want to go the extra mile. Launching soon: a women’s range!
Bourrienne Paris X.