LA COMEDIE HUMAINE (THE HUMAN COMEDY), Inspired Style
Honore de Balzac, the great French writer best known for his masterpiece, The Human Comedy, was fascinated by clothes and the best way to wear them. He once worked as a journalist for Le Mode and wrote extensively on the matter of clothing being an indicator not only of social status, but also of the true person within. So when four fashion savvy founders needed a name for their stylish new menswear boutique, La Comedie Humaine was a natural choice, reflecting their views on fashion in which man dresses to play a role in society, and their vision of offering masculine elegance for every moment, blended with a contemporary feel. They also wished to offer only quality clothing, with every item sourced from the finest manufacturers and chiefly created in France. La Comedie Humaine offer jackets, trousers, swimwear, scarves, leather goods, accessories and shirts. Ah yes, shirts; including those with interchangeable collars and an unparalleled choice of materials and colours. All the fashions in stock are crafted in the painstaking tradition of French and European craftsmen. We are sure Honore de Balzac would have approved, and we look forward eagerly to the new chapters in this collection. JR.
La Comédie Humaine , 24 rue Yves Toudic (10th)
12 min metro ride from the Hotel Fabric ( line 9)
Open daily , hours shown on the website www.lacomediehumaine.com
Tel. 01 42 41 43 24
photo La Comédie Humaine Paris