Monday, February 16, 2009

Label Moment: Paule Ka

One label we truly admire but just can't ever seem to get our hands on is French label Paule Ka, by Serge Cajfinger. Elusiveness withstanding, the label offers chic sportswear that stands on it's own urban warrior territory firmly. We admire the fact that it's trying to create goods that are innovative in design, with an avant-garde bent, somewhat like Prada, clothing you can't find anywhere, yet it's grounded, it's not kooky, or loud or gimmicky. Simply elegant, beautifully made and perfect for a sophisticated, restrained urbanite, this collection astounds us with slick ladylike pieces that don't sacrifice the cool factor over old-school luxury norms. And it's always tricked out with unique accessories from lucite bowlers to peaked shoulders and seven inch bubble platforms,  all with the perfect dash of  hardcore provocativeness. After all, not every city girl needs to be clad in body-con and layered in ripped tights to look cool, now she has the chance to look sophisticated in a fresh, modern way.


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