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The Brand

Discover the history of Papa Pique et Maman Coud, the values that drive us and the key dates of the brand!
Seduce and please our customers by giving them the desire to wear and make fabric accessories, colorful in a bold and trendy style, constantly renewed and at affordable prices. To work in the respect of our partners and the environment, while remaining accessible for the greatest number and for all the ages. To continue to put quality and customer satisfaction at the center of our concerns, thanks to a warm and caring customer service. Continue to share our love for fabrics and prints by developing our fabric offer

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Our Mission

Our values


At Papa Pique et Maman Coud, we do things from the heart, with convictions and in all transparency, just like Nam who started the adventure 27 years ago...Read more.


Sharing is at the heart of Papa Pique and Maman Coud's DNA.
We listen to our customers, whose feedback is always very precious, with whom we share our taste for colorful fabrics and thanks to whom our accessories are passed on from generation to generation. Read more.

Audacity / Innovation

This is the strength of our brand, we always try to surprise our customers by offering many prints that they do not expect.
Our creativity has no limits and is expressed in each of our products. Read more.


Once upon a time...

Once upon a time, there was Papa Pique and Maman Coud

From her youngest age Nam Pham, Eurasian, born in Orleans, was immersed in creativity and started to make lots of small objects out of fabric, clothes, accessories and even her first bags.
It was in 1990 that Nam Pham first discovered her colorful fabric barrettes on the markets of Vendée, France, and sold them to finance her architectural studies.
When her first child was born, Nam moved to the Brittany coast and stopped studying architecture to devote herself fully to her passion: the creation of fabric objects. 
Headbands, headbands and scrunchies created in fabrics with a sweet seaside scent will join the barrettes - read more.
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  • 2022