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Men

Lemaire

Each season, Lemaire presents qualitative men’s and women’s collections with attentive details designed for everyday life. The vestiaire consists of realistic clothing and singular pieces influenced by the cosmopolitan streets of yesterday and today Paris. Lemaire is a collective, independent project led by Christophe Lemaire and Sarah-Linh Tran, bringing together a team that is united by a shared work philosophy, with clothing at its core. The collections are designed and developed in the Marais district of Paris nearby the 28 rue de Poitou historic shop.

Lemaire

Each season, Lemaire presents qualitative men’s and women’s collections with attentive details designed for everyday life. The vestiaire consists of realistic clothing and singular pieces influenced by the cosmopolitan streets of yesterday and today Paris. Lemaire is a collective, independent project led by Christophe Lemaire and Sarah-Linh Tran, bringing together a team that is united by a shared work philosophy, with clothing at its core. The collections are designed and developed in the Marais district of Paris nearby the 28 rue de Poitou historic shop.

Lemaire

Each season, Lemaire presents qualitative men’s and women’s collections with attentive details designed for everyday life. The vestiaire consists of realistic clothing and singular pieces influenced by the cosmopolitan streets of yesterday and today Paris. Lemaire is a collective, independent project led by Christophe Lemaire and Sarah-Linh Tran, bringing together a team that is united by a shared work philosophy, with clothing at its core. The collections are designed and developed in the Marais district of Paris nearby the 28 rue de Poitou historic shop.

Jil Sander

Fashion Designer Heidemarie Jiline Sander was born in 1943 in Wesselburen/ Dithmarschen in Northern Germany. After her graduation from a school of textile engineering and two years in the United States, she began working as an editor for fashion magazines in 1963. She opened up her first boutique in 1968, in Hamburg. By then she designed a collection for the chemical company Hoechst using their Trevira fabrics. The first collection under her own label hit the market in 1973. Her designs are often compared with the Bauhaus architecture of the 1920s. Jil Sander herself refers to her stubborn character, when explaining why she notoriously returns to simple lines in cut and a highly sophistcated choice in fabric. Early on, Jil Sander enriched her collection by offering mostly coordinates, so that pieces could be combined freely. The delicacy of the colors, fabrics, and shapes Jil Sander chooses is aimed at women who prefer a distinguished and fitting look in every situation. These modern, self confident women look for subtlety and elegence in their appearence. Thus, the collections of Jil Sander avoid loud colors, are spartan in print, and are economical in the use of accessories.

Jil Sander

Fashion Designer Heidemarie Jiline Sander was born in 1943 in Wesselburen/ Dithmarschen in Northern Germany. After her graduation from a school of textile engineering and two years in the United States, she began working as an editor for fashion magazines in 1963. She opened up her first boutique in 1968, in Hamburg. By then she designed a collection for the chemical company Hoechst using their Trevira fabrics. The first collection under her own label hit the market in 1973. Her designs are often compared with the Bauhaus architecture of the 1920s. Jil Sander herself refers to her stubborn character, when explaining why she notoriously returns to simple lines in cut and a highly sophistcated choice in fabric. Early on, Jil Sander enriched her collection by offering mostly coordinates, so that pieces could be combined freely. The delicacy of the colors, fabrics, and shapes Jil Sander chooses is aimed at women who prefer a distinguished and fitting look in every situation. These modern, self confident women look for subtlety and elegence in their appearence. Thus, the collections of Jil Sander avoid loud colors, are spartan in print, and are economical in the use of accessories.

Lemaire

Each season, Lemaire presents qualitative men’s and women’s collections with attentive details designed for everyday life. The vestiaire consists of realistic clothing and singular pieces influenced by the cosmopolitan streets of yesterday and today Paris. Lemaire is a collective, independent project led by Christophe Lemaire and Sarah-Linh Tran, bringing together a team that is united by a shared work philosophy, with clothing at its core. The collections are designed and developed in the Marais district of Paris nearby the 28 rue de Poitou historic shop.

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Women

Celine

Céline is a French ready-to-wear and leather luxury goods brand that has been owned by LVMH group since 1996. It was founded in 1945 by Céline Vipiana. Since November 2015, the headquarters are located at 16 rue Vivienne in the 2nd arrondissement of Paris at the Hôtel Colbert de Torcy, which has French Historic Monument classification.[1] Marco Gobbetti is the president and the chief executive officer, and the creative director is Phoebe Philo.[

Marni

Marni is a luxury brand founded in 1994. Slightly out of the schemes, its subtle and subversive design celebrates individuality through an unpredictable visual language of graphic rigor.The aesthetic paradigm is characterized by an experimental approach to materials and colors, and a unique flair for mixing prints and shapes.The quirky elegance of Marni is a range of possibilities, a lifestyle with an avant-garde spirit that holds a creative ongoing dialogue with the art world of art.Marni’s premium lines are ready-to-wear clothing for women, men and kids, handbags and accessories. The label recently expanded the accessories range to lifestyle products such as fragrances and eyewear. Since 2000, Marni has developed a strong presence in the most important markets worldwide, opening several flagship stores and being distributed in the most prestigious department stores.

Celine

Céline is a French ready-to-wear and leather luxury goods brand that has been owned by LVMH group since 1996. It was founded in 1945 by Céline Vipiana. Since November 2015, the headquarters are located at 16 rue Vivienne in the 2nd arrondissement of Paris at the Hôtel Colbert de Torcy, which has French Historic Monument classification.[1] Marco Gobbetti is the president and the chief executive officer, and the creative director is Phoebe Philo.[

Lemaire

Each season, Lemaire presents qualitative men’s and women’s collections with attentive details designed for everyday life. The vestiaire consists of realistic clothing and singular pieces influenced by the cosmopolitan streets of yesterday and today Paris. Lemaire is a collective, independent project led by Christophe Lemaire and Sarah-Linh Tran, bringing together a team that is united by a shared work philosophy, with clothing at its core. The collections are designed and developed in the Marais district of Paris nearby the 28 rue de Poitou historic shop.

The Row

THE ROW was established in 2006 by Ashley Olsen and Mary-Kate Olsen. Since its launch, the brand has expanded to include a range of ready-to-wear, eyewear, handbags, and footwear. THE ROW reflects a sense of relaxed and timeless elegance, focusing on fine fabrics and the perfect fit. In both 2012 and 2015, The Council of Fashion Designers of America named Ashley and Mary-Kate as Womenswear Designers of The Year. In 2014, they were awarded the title of CFDA Accessory Designers of the Year. Part of THE ROW’s mission is to support high-end fashion manufacturing in the US.

Lemaire

Each season, Lemaire presents qualitative men’s and women’s collections with attentive details designed for everyday life. The vestiaire consists of realistic clothing and singular pieces influenced by the cosmopolitan streets of yesterday and today Paris. Lemaire is a collective, independent project led by Christophe Lemaire and Sarah-Linh Tran, bringing together a team that is united by a shared work philosophy, with clothing at its core. The collections are designed and developed in the Marais district of Paris nearby the 28 rue de Poitou historic shop.

Celine

Céline is a French ready-to-wear and leather luxury goods brand that has been owned by LVMH group since 1996. It was founded in 1945 by Céline Vipiana. Since November 2015, the headquarters are located at 16 rue Vivienne in the 2nd arrondissement of Paris at the Hôtel Colbert de Torcy, which has French Historic Monument classification.[1] Marco Gobbetti is the president and the chief executive officer, and the creative director is Phoebe Philo.[