The story starts in the late 1970s out of a (work)shop located in Paris to clad young children in fashion contemporary.
In the 2010s, Valerie Toyomura-Provot, trained for years with a Japanese fashion creator in Tokyo, picks up the story where her mother-in-law left it off. Back to the original values: timeless sophistication focusing on knitwear and natural yarns exclusively.
The idea of the hand-embroidered personalization born while fixing holes in her children’s cashmere. It quickly becomes the brand signature.
It is this same year 2018 and an environmental awareness, that regenerated cashmere replaces virgin cashmere thanks to innovation in the recycling of yarns for a more virtuous knitwear.
The brand name evolves to ‘bobbin & tricot’ in 2022 with permanent and no-gender collections also available for adults.