The Vallée Village at the pace of eco-responsible luxury
With year-round discounts of up to 60%, the biggest French and international fashion and lifestyle brands meet at La Vallée Village. In this small village reconstituted with Provençal looks, walking around licking windows among trees and flowers, without worrying about the traffic, is the first of luxuries. A pleasure that city-dwellers, Parisians and tourists, will taste without reservation, especially since everything is designed to facilitate this escape, whether it is the valet service, the free parking or the Hands Free shopping.
Concerned about the environment, to limit the ecological impact of the luxury sector, the teams of La Vallée Village invite visitors to discover responsible actors, in the choice of their raw materials as in their manufacturing processes. Already last September, Vanille Verloës, a fan of experimental upcycling, slow fashion and short circuits, had created a capsule collection from second-hand clothing. Starting on March 8, the pop-up of Courbet, a pioneer in ecological jewellery, uses diamonds created in the laboratory, with upgraded gold, to imagine high-end jewellery. Installed since 2018 in a showroom on Place Vendôme, Courbet works to make its entire value chain virtuous, up to the recycled leather that adorns the cases. For the history, the name of Courbet has imposed itself to the founders Manuel Mallen and Marie-Ann Wachtmeister, both the free and daring painter Gustave Courbet was linked to the Place Vendôme. The CO prefix, inclusive, participatory, engaging is the symbol of this house for which the beautiful must also be good. Graphically, it suggests the ecstatic alliance of the moon and the sun on an eclipse day.Eclipse is precisely the theme of one of the two collections, with the ingenious O2 line, which will be the subject of an ephemeral sale on site. In addition, a master class organized on March 9 will allow the curious to discover the qualities of a beautiful diamond (defined by the 4 C: Carat-Cut-Color-Clarity).