The balaclava, a must-have fashion accessory at Premiere Classe

From March 1 to 4, Premiere Classe brings together fashion, ready-to-wear and accessories designers for four days of creativity.

Popular in winter for its practicality, but just as desirable as a fashion accessory, the balaclava has become a must-have in every wardrobe. At Premiere Classe, they come in a variety of shapes and materials.


Kujten emerged from the friendship between Carole Benaroya and Stéphanie Eriksson, two childhood friends with a shared passion for fashion and attention to detail. The Parisian brand shares 100% cashmere creations and colorful balaclavas.


A Japanese label for minimalist accessories, PCNQ offers hats, caps and beanies, all with a classic, structured DNA.


Kapush, an upcycling brand, creates exclusive, limited-edition hoods that emphasize individuality and timelessness. A comfortable solution that embodies the ambivalence between anonymity and visibility, offering personalized hoods that protect with originality.


Tuscan label Inverni produces minimalist cashmere balaclavas to create chic accessories with an Italian heritage. Since 1892, the brand has been renewing its collections of wool creations with various colors of different kinds of hats.


Konstantinia Vafeiadou, the brand's creative director, grew up in northern Greece. She studied fine art and costume design at the London College of Fashion before creating her own brand, Blanc. With her balaclavas, she explores the boundaries between fashion and art, injecting color and whimsy.

Emilie Issart