Zadig & Voltaire
Jeans, Henley shirts, military parkas, Teddy boots — all "it" items that have become basics for Zadig & Voltaire, the rock'n'roll-inspired label founded by Thierry Gillier in 1997. And of course, there’s the famous “Elvis” cashmere jumper.
At the time, nobody had ever dreamt of customising such a noble fabric in this way, but the audacious move quickly paid off. Twenty years later, the brand has around 350 stores worldwide. Despite such enormous success, Zadig & Voltaire has stayed focused on the original look of their line — rock, chic and hip — and knitwear remains a bestseller. Over the years, the brand has also developed menswear and children’s collections.
Chic & rock
The 300 m2 flagship store that gives onto the Champs-Élysées roundabout, at the corner of Avenue Franklin Roosevelt, carries all three collections — for women, men and children — as well as accessories (scarves, hats, belts, jewellery), shoes and perfumes.
The interior design by Isabelle Stanislas borrows from an industrial aesthetic using concrete, raw marble and exposed ducts to give the vast space a glam rock atmosphere that goes beautifully with the Zadig & Voltaire style.
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- Hearing disability
- Mental disability
- Visual disability
- Accessible for wheelchairs with assistance