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Camille | March 22 2017

There’s nothing like a pretty blouse to showcase a beautiful fabric! To pick the perfect fabric for your Hoya blouse, the keywords are drapey and lightweight. The panels of the mock-wrap front are lined, which means the overlap in the front has four layers of fabric; be careful of your fabric’s thickness! The good thing […]

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Eléonore | March 21 2017

Now that we have introduced the Luzerne pattern, let’s have a look at the trench coats made by our pattern testers and reviewers! Reviewer versions Two very different styles for House of Pinheiro and Damn Good Caramel, urban-chic for one and menswear-inspired for the other! Tester versions Emilie le Papillon went full retro with her […]

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Eléonore | March 20 2017

The third pattern from this collection, the Luzerne trench coat, is the more complex piece we’ve ever released! If you like a challenge, this one is for you 😉 Inspiration When we decided to stop selling the Pavot jacket, we promised we would add a new spring jacket to take its place in our pattern […]

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Eléonore | March 17 2017

Today we are telling you more about the Goji shorts and skirt. Modern and easy to wear, it’s a pattern for everyone, beginners included! Inspiration This summer, paperbag and elasticated shorts and skirts are going to be everywhere again! They’re a breeze to wear in the heat, and perfect for long days spent on your […]

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Eléonore | March 16 2017

The first pattern we are introducing is the Hoya blouse! Don’t be fooled by its clean lines and minimalist style: this blouse is full of smart construction details! Inspiration For Hoya, we wanted to create a summer blouse that would be both elegant and easy to wear on a daily basis. We quickly decided to […]

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