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31 Rue du Bac, Paris, 75007, France

Eric Bompard was trekking across the Gobi desert in Mongolia when he came across the Capra Hisca, a goat with a long, soft hair that insulated it from the cold. That encounter began his obsession with cashmere, which led him to launch his own clothing line. Bompard uses Mongolian wool and a variety of knitting techniques to create both classic and modern garments for men, women, and children. At this Seventh Arrondissement shop, one of multiple Paris locations, the inventory may include thick cable-stitch knits, thin V-neck pullovers, brightly colored hooded jackets, and accessories such as gloves and stoles.

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Eric Bompard

Eric Bompard was trekking across the Gobi desert in Mongolia when he came across the Capra Hisca, a goat with a long, soft hair that insulated it from the cold. That encounter began his obsession with cashmere, which led him to launch his own clothing line. Bompard uses Mongolian wool and a variety of knitting techniques to create both classic and modern garments for men, women, and children. At this Seventh Arrondissement shop, one of multiple Paris locations, the inventory may include thick cable-stitch knits, thin V-neck pullovers, brightly colored hooded jackets, and accessories such as gloves and stoles.