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L.A. Muses 

Our January Capsule is online! It’s cold and grey and we’re seeking the light. Specifically, that hazy afternoon glow in the city of angels… The adventure continues - today, let’s discover Los Angeles with our favorite Californian girls. 

First stop: Venice Beach

C(Ally) Girl

Anyone for a walk at sunset on Venice Boardwalk? When the colors are at their most magical ... 
Her favorite pieces from our Collection?
Jeanne cardigan and Pénélope jumper


Thea jacket


Available in Indigo blue Chestnut


Estelle Shirt


Available in Ecru


Maurice T-shirt


Available in Ecru / Navy Black


Sonia wrap top


Available in Navy

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Timeo jumper


Available in Ecru/Taupe

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Jeanne jumper


Available in Coffee Ecru

Zacharie jumper


Available in Ecru / Multico

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L.A. Woman

Meet Kelley Ash

The Californian fashion stylist takes us to an 80’s-inspired Los Angeles and her favorite vintage stores, starting with Bazar on Venice Beach.
Discover her universon Instagram ;)

French Toast sweatshirt


Available in Ecru / Red

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From Paris to L.A.

L.A. List

Easy Californian cool, meets timeless Parisian elegance. Discover the essentials, inspired by hazy, sun-drenched afternoons in the city of angels. Demin, tees, shirts: the perfect cut, the nostalgic print...

Octobre Editions 

For him

Discover Octobre Editions' Essentials for a perfect masculine wardrobe - online Friday, February 1st.

California Dreamin'

L.A. Click-List

A book? Ask The Dust, by John Fante which tells the story of a wanna-be writer in 1930s L.A. 
A movie? LA LA Land, featuring the charismatic Emma Stone. Get ready to dance! 
A song? White Mustang: Follow Lana del Rey through the streets of Los Angeles in this cinematic music video 
An address? Let’s thrift shop the American way! Shuffle around for treasure at Bleach Vintage (93 Rue St Denis, Paris). 
A table? Try some Californian specialties, such as thier famous grilled cheese sandwhich, at Echo restaurant (95 rue d’Aboukir,  Paris).