Regarded worlds over as the French capital’s best falafel restaurant, L’As du Fallafel has grown to become synonymous with the city’s culinary scene. Flaunting recommendations from the likes of Lenny Kravitz, the restaurant’s reputation precedes it as a staple among locals and tourists.

Appreciating how the restaurant’s influence has become so much more than its humble Rue des Rosiers beginnings, Highsnobiety has chosen to commemorate this phenomena with a selection of co-branded garments and accessories. Featuring sweaters, T-shirts, and headwear, the capsule is the ideal staple for any right-minded foodie.

The L’As du Fallafel x Highsnobiety capsule is now available on the Highsnobiety Shop, available to shop via the button below.

To celebrate L’As du Fallafel’s latest fashion venture, Highsnobiety hosted a special event at the restaurant earlier this month, drawing an all-star crowd including the likes of colette’s Sarah Andelman and Poggy. Scroll through the gallery below for a look back at what went down.

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