The Broken Arm
Halfway between a trendy fashion boutique and a coffee shop in the Scandinavian spirit, The Broken Arm highlights an arty and bohemian lifestyle.
Initially, there was a website called dejeunesgensmodernes.com, founded in 2009 by three friends from the provinces, who landed in Paris eager to share their tastes. Then, in 2013, Anaïs, Guillaume and Romain transformed their initial project into a high street shop mixing art and fashion, The Broken Arm, whose name refers directly to Marcel Duchamp.
The Broken Arm is above all a very trendy 200m2 clothing boutique located in the 3rd district of Paris, opposite the Square du Temple. Arranged over two floors, the shop offers a wide range of brands, including Kenzo, Carven, Swash London and Jacquemus. At The Broken Arm, fashion also rubs shoulders with architecture and art, as well as music and photography, through a selection of records and books. And in case you are a little peckish, a coffee shop welcomes you in a vintage and warm atmosphere.