lerudite Elsa

The French Elsa Gateaux presents her first project here in the Born district, where the concept store offers high quality fashion accessories handmade by designers for men and women, as well as decorative objects and books.

Located in the Flassaders street of Barcelona’s Born district, the Erudite Concept Store is the first multi-brand space dedicated to French culture that offers men and women fashion accessories, stationery, books, art and decoration. The majority of the pieces presented are crafted by emerging French designers, and in particular Parisian. In this way it brings chic and innovative French flair to the heart of the city.
It is no coincidence that this Concept Store is located in Barcelona’s most avant-garde district, where narrow streets are dominated by exclusive and international bars and shops and independent designers. If its owner chose this area, it is for his inheritance because in medieval times it was a district of merchants, craftsmen, hatters, goldsmiths… It is because several of the names of its streets recall the’ savoir-faire’ of craftsmen trades which are reflected in its objects, that is located Erudite Concept Store.

A 100% French craftsmanship

This project is “a tribute to the young French craftsmen in order to make their work known”.

The majority of the pieces that can be found in L’ Erudite Concept Store are handmade by young French designers, with a lot of effort and work and high quality materials. There is also a series of articles brought from different parts of the world. Many of the products found there are limited edition or unique pieces, in any case exclusive to sale in Spain.

The French touch is found in every brand and part of the Concept Store, carefully selected with the greatest care by Elsa. The collections are thus renewed regularly, always with the same criteria of French quality brands.

For this season, the Erudite Concept Store proposes to you to discover, among others: the jewellery pieces of the designer Camille Roussel; the collections of the designer Delphine Lopez for the Maradji brand; the unique shoes of Pied de Biche; the luxury bags and cuffs in limited edition of Isadora Limare; the stationery articles of the Petite Papeterie Française, jewellery from Collection Constance, BDM Studio, or Coralie de Seynes; bags and accessories designed from textiles entirely recycled in Nantes by Hacter, products of the Flyte team that combine vintage design with innovative techniques; fashion, decoration and travel books from the Taschen publishing house….

The temple of French good taste

Fashion, art, literature and decoration