Looking to rejuvenate the house, owners Jacques Bungert and Frédéric Torloting split the Courrèges spring collection into three groups: the crisp, youthful and lower-priced Pepsy line; the sophisticated Contour line, eveningwear included, and a small selection of sportswear pieces, like a full-body Neoprene suit, that will eventually evolve into “a full-grown range,” said Torloting.

Cropped jackets with Sixties-inspired miniskirts was the main look here, kept fresh in a palette of cream, peach, baby pink and pale blue. As the silhouettes stayed true to the house’s original simple, geometric lines, there was a stronger focus on fabrics, i.e., raffia, cotton piqué and dense crepe.

Looking to rejuvenate the house, owners Jacques Bungert and Frédéric Torloting split the Courrèges spring collection into three groups: the crisp, youthful and lower-priced Pepsy line; the sophisticated Contour line, eveningwear included, and a small selection of sportswear pieces, like a full-body Neoprene suit, that will eventually evolve into “a full-grown range,” said Torloting.


Cropped jackets with Sixties-inspired miniskirts was the main look here, kept fresh in a palette of cream, peach, baby pink and pale blue. As the silhouettes stayed true to the house’s original simple, geometric lines, there was a stronger focus on fabrics, i.e., raffia, cotton piqué and dense crepe.

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