Romance in ParisUnder the Paris sky The sky of Paris Watching love go by Lovers who Show your bliss. Under the Paris sky Sing at dawn The eternal love song This venerable city. (Jéan Drejac)
Collection Story“One city, three women and three love stories that couldn’t be more different. The only thing that connects the three is the scene of their love. Love plays a central role in l’amour est bleu – my desire is to make women fall in love with my fashion and have a lifelong relationship with it. Each of my collections consists of three looks for three types of women – the self-confident icon, the uninhibited dreamer and the serene minimalist. My third collection tells the love stories of these three women in the setting of Paris because for me no other city in the world can better embody the most diverse facets of love. The magnificent Eiffel Tower, the melancholy Seine or the picturesque Sacre Coeur are just a few examples to demonstrate the versatility of Paris. As different as the scenes are, the magic of the city of Paris unites these places Just like every love relationship, no matter how different it is, the affection of two people for one another has in common “
Story Look 01
Icon – The “little black dress”The little black dress is the piece of clothing that best reflects an icon’s kind of love. Sensual, self-confident and courageous – if she loves, then she loves honestly, she cannot do anything with games. The figure-hugging black dress embodies exactly these qualities. The back seam on the back subtly emphasises the sexy character of the dress. Coco Chanel designed fashion for strong women who wanted to change the world and with the invention of the “little black dress” gave them exactly the right piece of clothing for it.
Story Look 02
Dreamer – Ruffled blouse PoesieThe dreamer loves impartial and above all loves the feeling of being in love. The tingling in the stomach, the palpitations and the longing – love is an ups and downs for her, to which she gives herself completely. The dotted blouse made of delicate cotton with a ruffled peplum reflects this kind of love. Playful and airy, the blouse lies comfortably on the body and attracts attention with its refined details. The design is based on the babydoll, which, as the opposite of the tight corset, stood for the emancipation of women in the 1920s.
Story Look 03