French fashion for women

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    © ATOUT FRANCE / Eric Larrayadieu

  • © ATOUT FRANCE / Eric Larrayadieu

    © ATOUT FRANCE / Eric Larrayadieu

French fashion for women 75 fr
  • Clothes

Agnès b. 

Little by little she has taken over the Rue du Jour to showcase her collections for women, children, babies and men. The smocks, cheesecloth underskirts and cardigans with mother-of-pearl buttons are all best-selling items that have made her famous. 

Anne Fontaine 

Anne Fontaine has made the white shirt a wardrobe essential over the past fifteen years. Impeccably tailored in styles ranging from classic to quirky, these shirts are made from the finest natural fabrics.  

Antik Batik 

Ethnic and ethical, Antik Batik draws inspiration from sartorial styles the world over to create its chic hippy look. Offering embroidered tunics, silk underskirts and articles made from shearling, the collections are an invitation to travel the globe. 

Antoine & Lili 

This brand’s fun and colourful collections for women and children, along with a delightful range of ethnic-inspired jewellery, slippers and knick-knacks can be found in three shops decorated with acid colours overlooking the Quai de Valmy.


“Ba” and “Sh” are the initials of Barbara and Sharon, the two designers behind this romantic brand that combines feminine styles with natural materials. Blending ethnic and retro concepts, Ba&sh’s designs are sophisticated and relaxed.

Barbara Bui 

Barbara Bui designs her own collections where elegance and simplicity are combined with a touch of rock’n’roll romanticism. 


Timeless but modern, a large part of the collection is made up of essentials and simple basics which are comfortable and available in a wide range of colours. The fabrics are authentic, elegant and natural.


Seersucker and Liberty fabrics have become must-haves and have contributed to creating the founding principles of ready-to-wear clothing.

Claudie Pierlot 

Renowned for her timeless casual chic, Claudie Pierlot has created feminine designs with an eye for detail-from discreet dresses to finely tailored coats. Offering unbeatable quality at affordable prices, this brand is truly irresistible.

Comptoir des cotonniers

This brand specializes in timeless, unfussy clothes, with a trendy touch for mothers and their daughters. A children’s collection is also available, offering the same simple, feminine lines.


Women’s wear with a timeless, unstructured and asymmetrical look … to create a thoroughly feminine silhouette. Cop-Copine offers a new approach to men's suits, with pleasant Asian-influenced patchwork fabrics. 

Gérard Darel

Over the last few years, the brand has revamped its image, with the help of its icons, Charlotte Gainsbourg, and more recently Mamie Gummer (the actress and daughter of Meryl Streep), providing collections that reflect their chic, urban style.

Isabel Marant

The favourite designer of independent urban dwellers, Isabel Marant creates feminine clothes with a masculine touch, offering the perfect compromise between comfort and refinement.


The workshop of Tropezienne sandals. 
A craftsman designer of sandals in Saint Tropez since 1933. Tropezienne sandals have become essential items just like jeans of white T-shirts.

Les Petites

Isabelle Bénichou’s popular cashmeres and dresses are designed for natural spontaneous women who move with the times. The designer has also introduced a line of accessories and another one for girls.


Judith Milgrom enjoys a glowing reputation thanks to her creative and accessible collections with a chic, ethnic vibe. For Judith, every garment has a story to tell. The refined elegance of the women’s range is complemented by a collection for girls.

Paul & Joe 

Sophie Albou's style is just like the designer herself- flamboyant and unconventional. She showcases youthful, fresh, retro collections of ready-to-wear items for women, men and children which have a colourful vibe. Paul & Joe sisters is a more reasonably priced line.

Paule Ka

Modernity and simplicity sum up the essence of this brand which appeals to women through its unquestionably elegant products that have been visibly inspired by Jackie Kennedy and Audrey Hepburn.

Petite Mendigote

“Petite Mendigote”, slightly bohemian elegance.


Knitwear was behind the success and the renown of Rodier and has always represented the essence of its collections. By constantly seeking to discover new trends, Rodier offers original and innovative creations.


True to her time, Évelyne Chetrite interprets women’s desires and transforms them into her bohemian and romantic collections. Having won over the women’s market, she has set about captivating men with a new and highly promising range of menswear. 

Stella Forest 

Featuring colourful prints and embroidered details, Stella Forest’s extremely feminine clothing takes a walk on the wild side. The collection is a clever blend of classic romantic, ethnic bohemian, modern and retro styles.  

Vanessa Bruno 

Following the dazzling success of her sequinned shopping bag, this designer has won over a loyal following of admirers, who love her fine lace, transparent materials, casual lines etc.


Ideal for cosmopolitan women, Armand Ventilo’s designs draw on an array of cultural influences. His concept store offers the perfect setting to explore an art of living which combines fashion, decoration, culture and beauty.


Known in the past for its coats and suits, Weill showcases collections that are enhanced by small items (blouses, skirts, trousers, knitwear, accessories, etc.) 


  • Lingerie

Chantal Thomass

Sensual and cheeky, Chantal Thomass’ lingerie brings the best out in women's bodies with its inimitable style. Lovers of chic underwear will find corsets, basques and other delightful garments in this boudoir boutique.


With minimalist, elegant and colourful designs, Eres swimsuits and lingerie flatter all women’s bodies. Simple designs that never go out of fashion and quality fabrics have made the brand a benchmark in beachwear over the past forty years. 

Fifi Chachnil

Fifi Chachnil is renowned for her breathlessly sexy retro underwear and her ready-to-wear range, adored by glamorous fun-loving women everywhere. The frilly panties are impossible to resist!!!

Pain de sucre 

Well-being and escapades sum up the essence of Pain de sucre’s collections, including swimsuits in tropical colours that emphasize the curves of women’s bodies. Lingerie, tops, dresses and sarongs complete the range of products on offer. 

Princesse Tam Tam

Established in 1985 by two sisters who wanted to put a little fun into lingerie, Princesse Tam Tam was thus named as a tribute to Josephine Baker. Each camisole, swimsuit, dressing gown and undergarment reflects the brand’s “mix and match” philosophy.

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