Fashion & accessories

Maison Baylé, the temple of the Parisian dandy in the heart of the Marais

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In the heart of the Marais district, in the rue de Turenne, Maison Baylé presents itself as the headquarters of the most stylish Parisian dandies. 

Maison Baylé was born from a passion forHugo Bayle for elegance. He has always been attracted by the parisian dandyism, the British sartorial style or even the fashion of the 20s Peaky Blinders ! And while streetwear has been regaining its acclaim in the fashion sphere for several seasons now, Maison Baylé boasts a chic and elegant men's wardrobe. 
“I think it's in the detail that beauty, elegance and, to sum up quite simply, style can be born… An accessory affirms your personality and makes you unique. » explains the founder. 

It is in pursuit of this idea and its love of refinement and detail that the designer offers a wide range ofluxury accessories.

Thus, at Maison Baylé, we discover ties, bow ties, scarves and other scarves as well as pouches, glasses, suspenders, umbrellas or any kind of headgear (beanies, hats, caps)… A sharp selection of gloves, belts and cufflinks is also available.

Their particularity? Each piece is designed in France then handcrafted en Europe (France, Italy or England) by passionate craftsmen, guarantors of a traditional and timeless know-how

Big fan of noble materials, Hugo Baylé carefully selects authentic fabrics as well as original and timeless prints in a “slow fashion” spirit.
The most beautiful pieces from his concept store? Without a doubt the peccary leather gloves lined in cashmere, hat in rabbit hair, umbrella in leather, chestnut wood or silver-plated resin, scarf in silk or cashmere… All the paraphernalia of the perfect Parisian dandy is there.

To find really stylish accessories, create your own style, or even please your loved ones (Father's Day is fast approaching! ) Maison Baylé definitely represents a safe bet. A young brand that we haven't finished hearing about...

Bayle House, 34 rue de Turenne, 75003 Paris. 01 43 48 24 03

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