Tres chic, Brigitte...

We are absolutely in love with STRIPES - so timeless, so chic!
Coco Chanel is reportedly the first designer to introduce the Breton shirt to the masses, borrowing inspiration again from the working-classes- in this case, French sailors while she vacationed in Deauville. We drew inspiration from vintage photographs of fashion icon Brigitte - wearing nautical stripes, sunning herself on sailboats and yachts. One can look so effortlessly chic in nautical-inspired fashion- complete with wind-swept hair and sun-kissed skin!
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Set your compass for New York


We have a personal affection for the Maritime Hotel, since we love all things nautical and all things navy blue, not to mention our penchant for fabulous fabrics and textures.
The Maritime is located in Chelsea, just two blocks north of the Meatpacking District at 16th Street and 9th Avenue. It was originally built in 1966 as the headquarters for the Maritime Union and was fully renovated in 2003.
As you can see right here, the distinguishing feature of the Maritime's monolithic structure is its 5-foot porthole windows. This was the first luxury hotel to be built in this area of the City and has twelve floors with 120 guest rooms and four suites.

Now, just book your stay in NY, if you share our passion? :o)
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Fresh, pretty colours and prints, shimmering metallic mermaids, optimistic Olympics fever, and the hot new skirt shape: get a bit of your S/S’12 trend fix right here with us!

What we love the most, is the blue n' white tendency in the 'pyjamas party' trend! Go on, and slip into something more comfortable and join the party!

Silky ensambles stepped out of the boudoir and onto the runway with monogrammed sets as J.W. Anderson, gentleman scarf print trousers at Paul Smith and slouchy numbers at Lanvin and Stella McCartney.

It's all about a laid back attitude and a take on evening that is more house party than bedroom.

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