Multicultural streetwear by Les Benjamins is a must in Paris

Hôtel Particulier Montmartre


In a Paris swept away by the fashion week tornado, he is one of those brands (and personalities) who know how to make their mark. This is the case of Bunyamin Aydin, founder and artistic director of Les Benjamins, a streetwear house influenced by Eastern cultures. In the great hall of the Medical School, the designer (born in Germany and raised in Turkey) had installed oriental carpets and leather armchairs creating contrast with the classical architecture of the building and its numerous marble busts. His collection, a meeting between a sharp streetwear and the aboriginal culture, attracted Parisian and international initiates (like the American football player Victor Cruz) before all meet later in the evening at the Hôtel Particulier Montmartre for a wild afterparty where we could cross, between palm leaves and tropical forest on wallpaper, actor Ahmed Drame and his friends, or footballer Roman Neustädter.

Photos: Paul Blind
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