Make an “Escale à Paris”
Discover quintessentially Parisian brands at the next edition of Paris sur Mode Tuileries.
Maison Marcy is a Belgian brand dedicated to craftsmanship, designed and conceived in winter 2012. It creates a line of chic and trendy slumber wear, pyjamas and pants, and more to come. For men and women with a flair, to be both worn at home as outside. The line is conceived in a huge range of different fabrics, most with exclusive prints, plain or with stripes or checks, dots and in a wide range of delicate refined colours.
The passion of designer Juliette Swildens drove her to create Swildens in 2006. In 2011, the Parisian label extended its line to teenagers by launching Swildens Teen, a line dedicated to girls from 10 to 16 years old. Juliette Swildens loves timeless clothes that display magnificent details. She nourishes her sense of fashion through a variety of influences from the 70's, the 80's and the 90's. Therefore, each collection is full of surprises, Juliette mixes the classical touches from male clothing with vintage looks and a splash of gentle femininity. The collection in its entirety leads us to Swildens’ identity: Bohemian chic mixed with rock and classic, composed of natural materials, sophisticated colours and feminine cuts.
Stella Pardo’s designs are created and manufactured in Paris, and then hand-finished by knitting women in Lima, Peru. The brand encompasses a history of elegance where tradition and modernity complement each other perfectly. The brand aims to put fashion in a new light, giving the spotlight to craftsmanship and raw materials.
Created by a lovely Parisian, Lydia Bahia, a girl who has always been fascinated by the art of creating styles and looks, La Seine & Moi offers a new alternative to all the fashion lovers: the amazing fake fur, one that is elegant, comfortable and as hot as the real one. It is also 100% made in the capital, Paris.
Lydia Bahia has always wanted to create a collection with a value that she always put on a pedestal, environmental respect. She controls the production of all of her pieces, each of which are made in her Parisian workshop.
New Parisian label Slash Brand merges traditional craftsmanship with modern aesthetics; refined, clean lines with sculptural volumes, ethical production and high quality fabrics.
Anissa Aida is a womenswear fashion design and accessory label that produces collections which aim to illustrate the interaction between clothes and cultures; creating a language that reflects both tradition and modernity. Through thoughtful choices concerning cuts and silhouettes as well as fabric selection, Anissa Aida's mission statement is to achieve modern sophistication together with timeless classics.
Using cotton for its softness, Hana San celebrates the timeless white shirt with a curated and carefully designed collection. Hana San‘s Creative Director, Carine Melkonian, channels her passion for Japanese culture to bring you designs that embody both serenity and disruption, tradition and modernity, and individuality and understatement…
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