Unit­ed Fash­ion event: Lille 2019

Much more than a pas­sion for beau­ti­ful mate­ri­als, Edie Grim Bar in Man­teaux rep­re­sents the trans­mis­sion of fam­i­ly know-how. A lit­tle weaver, Héloïse Gri­mon­prez spent his child­hood among the Ital­ian woolen rolls stored in the fac­to­ry in Roubaix: Tar­tan, Roy­al Stew­art, and Prince de Galles gave him the motifs of anoth­er cen­tu­ry. She is inspired by the name of her grand­moth­er Edith, to bring them up to date and cre­ate its brand in 2015.

We aspire to respon­si­ble fash­ion, in short cir­cuit, what we call today slow fash­ion”. Our pro­duc­tion method respects the envi­ron­ment by using exist­ing mate­ri­als and pro­duc­ing small series in our region and in Europe.

We are aware that today it is impor­tant to con­sume bet­ter and espe­cial­ly to make sense of how to consume.

Weavers from father to son for sev­er­al gen­er­a­tions, Edie Grim has made its strength and uses the stock of fab­rics to offer qual­i­ty parts in small series. Our goal is to offer a fair price by min­i­miz­ing inter­me­di­aries and using local wealth and know-how.

Respect for tra­di­tion, crafts­man­ship, and cre­ativ­i­ty are the hall­marks of a home where sev­er­al gen­er­a­tions work togeth­er, shar­ing the same fam­i­ly val­ues​of pas­sion and love.