Emma black mid-length skirt - In stock
The Emma skirt isis available in stock
This high-waisted wrap skirt is very feminine with its drape and side button. It goes perfectly with the floral Eva top.
Ultra feminine and easy to wear, we will associate it with sneakers or we will put on our most beautiful stilettos.
With its delicate and distinguished cut, it is the piece that will make its effect in any situation.
City, Country of manufacture: In Provence in the workshop of Pauline, France
Size : Coralyne is 1.74m tall and wears size S.
If you are between two sizes, it is better to take the size above. For more details, I suggest you consult the size guide above.
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Because every detail counts...
Fluidity of the skirt
Worked in drapery on the top
Fasteners for comfort
The Emma skirt is very comfortable, fluid and feminine! I recommend it!
From this garment
After creating Moodboards of my inspirations drawn from my world of a thousand colors, Provence, luminosity, memories of my childhood in the English countryside, precious moments with friends or family, laughter, my dreams, I draw the first sketches of the garment. I also work in collaboration with talented stylists and model-makers to go further in the cut, the fall of materials and the pretty details.
Here's Laura in one of our partner workshops in Provence. After modeling the garment's pattern and assembling the prototype - a rough draft of the garment - and after going back and forth and trying it on to get the WAHOU result, we launch the final fabric confection.
I rely on the French know-how and recognized experience of transparent French workshops with whom I've built up a relationship of trust. These are human-scale manufacturers and workshops, based in Provence and Paris, with recognized experience in ready-to-wear. We share the same values around the love of clothing.