Ines de la Fressange personifies Parisian chic and inspires women around the world. This latest collaboration line features wardrobe essentials embodying her belief in designing clothes that all women can wear with comfort to reveal their beauty.
Returning to her origins
The Spring/Summer 2021 collection takes you to Deauville, a refined seaside resort in northwestern France to which Parisians flock in summer. The late Coco Chanel chose this locale for her first fashion boutique in 1913. The town was a fashion center in the early 20th century, with ladies and gentlemen frequently parading their finery along the promenade and throughout the town. Deauville is a place of special remembrances for Ines. She holidayed there when very young with her grandmother, encountering high fashion for the first time. The immemorable sight of elegant women in long dresses instilled in her the meaning of sophistication and has informed her Spring/Summer 2021 collection.
Inspired by refined 1920s styling
Offerings this season take us back to the 1920s, when Deauville was flourishing. An elongated silhouette replaces oversizing in this collection, which features long, straight-lined skirts and dresses. The color palette is soft and composed, its grayish pastels reminiscent of Deauville’s sea and sky. The collection incorporates a rich variety of the shirts that are essential to Parisian wardrobes, enhancing enjoyment for all occasions. The range extends from casual 100% linen items to soutien collar twill shirts in translucent and silk shirts with fine details.