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Paris metro and tram seats transformed into slippers

A French company is selling slippers made from leftover fabric used to renovate the Paris public transportation network, featuring the unmistakable patterns

The ‘upcycled’ slippers are available in three distinct patterns corresponding to the seats found on the different metro and tram lines Pic: Sans les plumes

A range of limited edition slippers made from fabric used for Paris public transportation seats is now available online. 

French brand Sans les plumes is owned by Techno Logistique, responsible for renovating Paris metro and tram seats, and uses the leftover fabric. 

The ‘upcycled’ slippers are available in three distinct patterns: Ligne 2, Ligne 3, and Ligne 9, corresponding to the seats found on the different metro and tram lines. 

Read more: Eco-scores, bonuses: France looks to make fashion more sustainable 

It is claimed multicoloured seats discourage graffiti. 

The slippers are currently on offer for €69.90 while stocks last. 

The company also sells velvet slippers made from materials from French theatre and opera hall seats. 

Sans les plumes was born in 2020 during the pandemic, when its parent company began producing masks.

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