France Today Magazine - January 2015

Back on the Rue Charlot, at no. 67, Agnès Butor’s La Boutique Extraordinaire is also a back-to-nature celebration. Her garments are ravishing, wonderful to touch and all made from luxurious fabrics and/or natural or rare animal fibres, including alpaca, baby Lama, merino wool, mohair and silk from the Himalayas.

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Agnès Butor’s love of natural textiles stems from when she learnt to weave in Middlebury, Vermont, when her father taught French literature there. Her extraordinary garments, which are made from gorgeous natural fibres she’s hand-picked around the globe, are luxurious, gorgeous, soft and light to the touch.

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Where Paris City Guide - November 2014 n° 250

WHERE - Paris Monthly City Guide - est distribué dans les Classes Affaires des avions et dans tous les grands hôtels parisiens. Il propose des cartes des meilleurs quartiers de shopping. Pour la première fois dans son numéro de novembre, il publie une carte du Marais - Signe que le quartier devient tendance !
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France Today - September 2014

Agnès Butor's love of natural textiles stems from when she learnt to weave in Middlebury, Vermont, when her father taught French literature there. Here extraordinary garments, which are made from gorgeous natural fibres she's hand-picked around the globe, are luxurious, gorgeous, soft and light to the touch.
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Métiers d’Art n° 260 - Morse Felt Studio : felt made ​​its debut / December 2013 - February 2014

Morse Felt Studio

Ateliers D'Art - Circuits Bijoux / September - October 2013

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Quiet Paris - Avril 2013

Narrow, characterful rue Charlot is full of small shops where the person behind the till is most probably the designer and maker, too. Amongst this urban profusion of inventiveness is a small boutique selling the most ravishing garments for women. If you yearn for the softest tangerine-orange cashmere jumper of a finely spun, moss-green hemp scarf, this is one of the loveliest shops in Paris. It is very rare to find clothing shops that don't play music but Agnès Butor, the warm, knowledgeable owner, not only ensures a calm atmosphere, she also hosts small exhibitions of unusual garments. You might find a hand-dipped indigo upcycled antique nightdress or a warm felted jacket that moulds itself to your body after being worn few times. Aficionados come here from as far a field as the United States and Japan - not to gawp at well-known brands but to find some of the loveliest clothes in the world.
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La Boutique Extraordinaire - Open Tuesday-Saturday 11am-8pm, Sunday 3pm-7pm Métro Filles du Calvaire, République, Oberkampf Bus 20, 29, 65, 75, 96 - The shop is wheelchair accessible

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Fibre Fashion

Clothing and Textile artworks crafted from natural and rare animal fibres are exhibited and sold at « La Boutique Extraordinaire ».
http://www.laboutiqueextraordinaire.com - 67 rue Charlot, IIIe - 11h-20h mar-sam, 15h-19h dim - Filles du Calvaire

Métiers D'Art - N° 257 Mars - Avril - Mai 2013 

La Boutique Extraordinaire

In the Upper Marais of Paris, Agnes Butor gathers her findings: rare fibres, original materials, clothing, textile artwork ... Small little-known collections and unique pieces by textile artists.
La Boutique extraordinaire, 67, rue Charlot, 75003 Paris
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Maison Française - N° 578 Juillet - Août 2012

La Boutique Extraordinaire

Agnes Butor can talk non-stop about her models, sweaters, dresses, skirts and scarves made exclusively from natural fibres. In winter, the store provides clothing made of cashmere, mohair, alpaca, baby camel and baby lama ; in summer, it’s time for silk, cotton, pima cotton (from South America) and embroidered silk. There are also Japanese plant-dyed, organic towels. Every month, Agnes exhibits the work of a textile artist.
CLOSED ON SUNDAY MORNING AND MONDAY.
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Le petit futé bio - Edition 2012 - 2013

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As it’s name indicates, this new store in the Upper Marais is extraordinary. Extraordinary in its selection of far from standardized articles, its unique pieces or textile works of art and especially of clothing made from the finest materials and 100% natural fibres. Cotton, linen, hemp, bamboo, wool, alpaca, cashmere ... Ecological and ethical friendliness. The clothes are made in small workshops, by craftsmen, working in decent conditions and who respect the environment. An extra: Every month, an exhibition is devoted to one designer (the felt artist François Hoffmann and her incredible jackets, the stylist Catherine Jahan and her precious organza stoles ...).

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