By  on May 29, 2013

Three flights up a Parisian townhouse built in 1750, there are double doors on the right with a nameplate not much larger than a postage stamp. It reads “bouchra jarrar,” all lowercase.

The diminutive sign reflects neither the talent nor ambitions of the unit’s occupant, one of Paris’ brightest new fashion talents, who happens to have almost 20 years of experience under her belt.

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