Christophe Lemaire and co-designer Sarah-Linh Tran have made the progressive women and the independent thinker their label’s ultimate muse. Their brand philosophy is rooted in the importance and practical aspect of everyday wear. This is why we’re absolutely inspired by their latest collection, complete with interesting layers and volumes. High waisted cargo pants were loosely cinched at the ankles, ballet tops were paired with ruffled knit skirts and long camisoles were layered over tunics and cropped trousers. And the series of wood beaded bags?! Obsessed and like I said, inspired.
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