Our new collection takes up residence on the Left Bank. An opportunity to explore the neighbourhood’s fashion etiquette: a woollen trench coat and preppy knitwear, a lady purse and (kind of) goodie-goodie moccasins.
Our prints are turning British. Lilac flowers all over dresses better cut than ever, with a subtle satin finish. A truly romantic prêt-à-porter painting.
Because your legs deserve the best and nothing else, our trousers answer the call. There's Gaetan, the new straight one, the inimitable Jéjé, Yvon who's back in a little corduroy. And the new Ralph is distinguished by a darted cut and three dressed buttons.
Paula is wearing the Palette Visage to add a touch of light on the eyes' interior corners, the cheekbones, and the cupidon ark. To finish up, a touch of mascara and a bit of Velours in the Jeanne shade on the lips. To be found at Les Filles en Rouje.
More than ever, fabrics are playing the sensorial card. The softness of corduroy and cashmere, raw jeans contrasting with a Jacob vest with tapestry vibes, real leather and faux fur.
It's on every Parisian butt from one arrondisssement to the next. Belleville shows up in Saint-Sulpice, Concorde was seen in Nation, the Marais gets in trouble in Les Batignolles. And you, you'll discover the Germain, our new jeans inspired by denim. All you need to make them spin right round: long legs, shapes and curves.
There also is stuff happening with the Rouje top crew. A blue shirt, a white blouse, woolen jerseys that go with everything. And floral velvet with Cédric and Guy, the allies for a super warm winter.