Like every year at L'Envers, we won't be participating in Black Friday.

Because we offer fair prices all year long, reflecting the continued quality of our materials and pieces from our small independent partners, we never run sales and tomorrow will be no exception. Black Friday is a symbol of overconsumption and overproduction with an unthinkably negative impact on the planet, including the exploitation of natural resources.

However, this year, unlike previous years, we won't be closing our eshop. Why? Nearly one in four small businesses reported that they upcoming holiday sales will determine can survive into next year. Yes - this season is make or break for a lot of small independent businesses like ours. Rising costs, inflation, algorithmic changes making organic reach all but impossible... So we believe now is the time to support small businesses rather than buying at a discount from bigger and less sustainable brands. I've listed a few small brands I love and that you can support below.

 But remember: there’s no rush. Maybe you didn’t need it last year, and won’t need it for another 2 years. That’s ok. Take your time. When and if you make your mind up, then our artisans will knit your piece, just for you. There’s no good day, no bad day. Just the right day. That’s why, for L’Envers, Black Friday is just another day.   

PS: Because all our pieces are made to order, place your order before Nov 30th to receive your piece in time for Christmas.


100% made in Paris, Madeleine's patterns and colors will brighten up your winter!

Sasnne Hop

Sanne Hope
The sheer beauty of handmade craft - impossible not to love her gothic arches candles!

Martina Thornhill ceramics

Martina Thornhill
Martina makes the most beautiful ceramics - I love her Okay Cups, available in a large array of colors. Martina Thornhill Martina makes the most beautiful ceramics - I love her Okay Cups, available in a large array of colors.

Sevilla Smith shoes

Sevilla Smith
The most incredibly stylish and comfortable shoes handmade in the US and Spain.

Pyne and Smith linen dresses

Pyne & Smith
Dresses made from 100% fine European flax linen, designed by Joanna, ethically made in small batches in California.

Lucas du Tertre

Lucas du Tertre
Colorful printed woven pieces designed in Paris by Marie and Clémence and woven in India according to ancestral know-how.

Marion Graux Ceramics

Marion Graux
In her Parisian atelier, Marion has a specific sensitivity for materials and color harmony.

Bryr Clogs

My favorite clogs, hand-made in San Francisco. I particularly love the Ursi in bright Flame red!

We Are The New Society

We Are The New Society
Contemporary garments designed by Estefania and made in small workshops in Spain and Portugal.

Alice Roca

Alice Roca
Fashion stylist, Alice Roca is also a creative and committed cook. A must-have recipe book.

Schneid Studio Ceramics

Schneid Studio
Julia makes bold yet timeless objects. I'm not getting tired of our Aura vases and our Junit lamp.

Arq Underwear Cotton

Simply the most comfy undies ever. You won't want to wear anything else once you try them.