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About Pauline

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the beginnings

In 2007, Pauline met the famous hat maker Fernand Sebbah, former director of the “Gélot” department of the Lanvin house and founder of the DBM house, and began her training with the Chambre Syndicale de la Couture Parisienne school. Pauline learns the art of millinery through various projects such as a Barbara Bui fashion show, a collaboration with the Billabong brand, the production of models for Kenzo, Plein Sud or even for the King of Morocco as well as a very large panel of individuals. made to measure.

Pauline opens her Atelier Boutik in the 6th in Paris. It puts tailor-made products at the heart of its activity, using the finest materials : beaver felt or cashmere, tweed, silk, leather as well as the famous Panama straws from fair trade and endowed with a weaving among the finest coming directly from Ecuador.

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The Workshop

« There are no bad heads. What bad hats. »

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Collaborations

In 2012, Pauline continued to explore new avenues, this time with a ready-to-wear brand of caps made in France of course! The 5-panel Larose caps were born, in association with Marc Beaugé and Isaac Larose Farmer. This brand will immediately be a success and these models will be sold throughout the world : Center Commercial, Colette and French Trotters in Paris, Opening Ceremony New York Los Angeles and Tokyo, Barney’s in New York and as far as Australia.

Pauline makes all the hats on demand, in Paris, in her Workshop. Both from an ecological and social point of view, the hat maker favors and promotes French artisanal manufacturing. Pauline uses the highest quality materials, beaver felt, leather or even cashmere, “waterproof, malleable and durable, we will never do better than nature” (article in Le Bonbon). The hat maker is also labeled “Made in Paris” by the Paris City Hall.

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tailor-made

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