Bonton

Bonton

Bonton was one of the first concept stores created for children, back in 1999. It proved quite the hit, and the brand now has stores in Japan and the United States!

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Description

Funnily enough, this children's brand is itself the baby of the son of the parents of another kids' label. Bonton was created by Thomas Cohen, son of the founders of luxury brand Bonpoint.

This auspicious heritage also ensured a healthy dose of originality, pushing Thomas to opt for a less classic niche on the market. The resulting concept has breathed new life into the wardrobes of 0- to 12-year-olds and met with international success. The Bonton formula? A knowing blend of conformism and difference, based on whimsical prints (stars are a staple motif), shimmering colour schemes (his garments are famed for their use of natural overdyes) and varied inspirations (trainers with prints of vintage cartoon characters, T-shirts with funny slogans, etc.).

What is more, the concept-store is brimming with complementary items such as accessories, household linens, crockery, decorative objects, toys, and books… not to mention a candy bar and even a special hairdressing salon just for your little angels!

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Access and contact

5 boulevard des Filles-du-Calvaire
75003 Paris 3ème

    Days and opening hours

    Every day throughout the year between 10 am and 7 pm. Closed on Sunday.

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    Spoken languages

    • French
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    • Angelique Scherer_CRT Paris IDF