Le Colonel Moutarde
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Colonel Moutarde’s story can be summarised in one sentence which also acts as a slogan : Bow ties are back!
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It all started with a frustration, Remi had a tough time finding a bowtie to his taste, so he decided to design and sew his own ! His passion for sewing was passed on by his mother and grandmother. His home soon became a permanent exhibition of bowties. His partner Clémence decided to create a blog to offer them for sale. After Lille and Paris, the Colonel Moutarde, the french expert of bowties has arrived in London. This new shop is located at 10, Cheshire Street, E2 6EH, in the coveted Shoreditch area, just round the Brick Lane corner. It represents a new challenge for the young French couple. Japanese, Liberty of London®, silk, stripe, dot... The shop offers a range of 250 bowties, matching cufflinks and pocket squares ! You’ll also enjoy a large selection of accessories: braces, boxer shorts, kids bowties, bracelets... The opening of the third store targets as well as Londoners who will discover the irresistible «French touch», but also the alternative UK wedding market. They offer bespoke services for the groom and his best men. Freshly arrived from France, Simon is looking forward to welcoming you for every occasion.
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No. of Weddings Hosted
More than 50
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Describe your style in 5 adjectives.
Cool, French made, Qualitative, Fun, Trendy !
What about your business are you most proud of?
Made in France !
What is your No. 1 wedding planning tip for couples?
Be cool ! Everything will be fine !
What is your favourite personal touch you have seen at a wedding?
Bow tie are cool :)
Why is groomswear just as important as bridalwear?
No Groom, No Brides, Right :)
What is the most original outfit you have seen a groom wear?
A light pink suit