This luxury label, launched in 2013 and devoted to tuxedos, is expanding its offering for spring. Owner Daniel Pallas and his partner Véronique Bousquet designed the mix-and-match luxury collection in three parts: basics focusing exclusively on black, navy and white suits; shirts, a new addition spanning fabrics such as organza, cotton pique, silk faille and a cotton voile with a handkerchief-check pattern; and more fashion-driven tailored pieces in daring shades of aqua blue, light pink and bright yellow silk faille.

 

Pants were either very high-waisted and flared or fitted and cropped like a Fifties capri style. Another option was loose, straight and cropped at the ankle but sharply cut with a neat crease front and back. Jackets also came in varied silhouettes — which customers can combine with bottoms as they wish — including an elongated one button, a sleeveless double-breasted and an Eighties-inspired Spencer-style.