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Piece d’Anarchive (a name created by combining ‘anarchy’ and archive) was founded by two French sisters Deborah and Priscilla Royer and their friend Virginie Muys with the aim to shake things up when it came to basic knitwear. The trio managed to persuade one of France’s last remaining knit factories (whose clients already include most of the Parisian luxury houses) to take on their production which ensures each piece has been crafted to the highest possible standard.
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PIECE D'ANARCHIVE
Piece d’Anarchive (a name created by combining ‘anarchy’ and archive) was founded by two French sisters Deborah and Priscilla Royer and their friend Virginie Muys with the aim to shake things up when it came to basic knitwear. The trio managed to persuade one of France’s last remaining knit factories (whose clients already include most of the Parisian luxury houses) to take on their production which ensures each piece has been crafted to the highest possible standard.

 


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