For many women, suits are essential. Even on the red carpets you can see them more and more recently. Daniel Pallas knows why: "A tuxedo definitely provides a woman with better protection than a wide dress." That's why his label Pallas has been focusing on women's tuxedos since the 90s. The traditional Parisian label stands for petit couture - every piece, from the first to the last pinprick, is still made by one person. Read more about Pallas Paris here.
Claire Thomson-Jonville has made the suit into her personal uniform. The former editor-in-chief of Self Service magazine is known for her cool Tomboy look and is considered a style icon. For years she was a loyal Pallas customer until she was able to design her first capsule collection with the label in 2018. Her approach: “I like the idea of creating intemporal looks, investment pieces that won’t date. The new classics.“
Now Pallas and Thomson-Jonville have teamed up again. The result is a spring collection that takes the traditional house on a new level. For the first time there will be three-piece summer suits with waistcoats in addition to classic tuxedos and jumpsuits. Also new: sporty polo cuts, Bermuda shorts or Marlene denim trousers. They turn the classic into a statement suit.
Thomson-Jonville is inspired by real women with strong characters - for example Malgosia Bela, supermodel of the 00s and face of the new campaign. She embodies an image of a modern women with self-confidence and seduction - a completely new form of femininity.
The Wearness features the classic Pallas Paris styles - handmade investment pieces that never go out of fashion.
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