The new, easy-going little French brand:
Many French brands are born from projects imagined by lifelong friends. This is the case of Bizance Paris, a new ready-to-wear label materialized in 2019 and born out of a childhood friendship. The initial idea: to dress women by offering them a contemporary wardrobe at low prices.
Led by artistic director Bérangère Claire, Bizance Paris wants to be the symbol of a “rebirth” of women's fashion, both in the choice of the pieces offered and in the production system that is more respectful of the environment. "
TAKE CARE OF TOMORROW
Concerned about the environment, the entire Bizance team works to preserve our planet by imagining fashion differently: each piece in our collection is thought out and designed from natural, organic or recycled materials. A new way of consuming, each bizance purchase is an ethical act, the possibility of having fun while taking care of tomorrow.
In addition to this, you need to know more about it.
The bizance labels
Thanks to our labels, recognize at a glance the composition of each of the pieces in our collection:
- Organic cotton: We only use organic cottons for all jersey, fleece, cotton voile and seersucker pieces. Some models are made of cotton and lurex, they are then pieces made of 98% organic cotton and 2% metallic fibers.
- Recycled polyester: Some of our pieces are in polyester, a choice of style, in order to find the fluid and light fall of a muslin with a vaporous and feminine drape. The polyester fabrics we use are recycled up to 30%.
- Natural fibers: Lyocell tencel and viscose are artificial chemical fibers produced using wood pulp and solvents. The final fabric is an ecological, strong and breathable viscose. This season, all the viscoses we use are Lenzing EcoVero® certified. The wood used for EcoVero® fibers comes from sustainable forests, FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) or PEFC (Pan European Forest Certification) certified. Lenzing is completely transparent about the sources of the wood purchased.
Linen - 100% eco-responsible and compostable fiber, linen is obtained after a multitude of natural and mechanical operations: retting, scutching, combing, spinning, weaving or knitting. Once all these steps have been taken, linen clothes are soft, light and withstand time thanks to the strength of its fiber.