The Tailor's Story
The pantsuit ensemble has its deep roots in feminist resistance. A symbol of empowerment and assertiveness, this ensemble embodies more than just the fusion of clothing, but rather a bold statement of equality and power. Throughout history, the pantsuit has been worn by strong, visionary women, marking key moments in the fight for gender equality. With us, this heritage is honored through contemporary creations which perpetuate this tradition of trust and freedom. Welcome to our world where fashion becomes a vehicle of expression, celebrating the heritage and strength of women.
The 19th century witnessed a remarkable evolution in women's fashion.
The tailor, a true resistance fighter for the feminist cause.
“A suit that continually inspires fashion.”
The “New Look” Style.
The waist was highlighted, and the corset favored the 'New Look' style, introduced by the couturier Christian Dior.
A loose fit.
In the 1950s, Gabrielle Chanel offered her interpretation of the women's suit with tweed and a loose cut.
From then on, the pantsuit comes in shapes, colors, styles and varieties of fabrics.
Sensitive to the spirit of the times.In 1966, Yves Saint Laurent launched a line of pantsuits with an androgynous style.