Fête Impériale

Orbiane skirt

Short skirt in Gobelin fabric with golden buttons.

Simply wear it with a white T-shirt or sweater, or dare the total look by matching it with the bomb Frida coordinated.

Can be worn high waist | Gold buttons | Goblin fabric is made by a Florentine spinner in accordance with the translation techniques of tapestry | Made in | ParisOur mannequin measures 1m76 and wears a 36

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Laura Gauthier Petit Fête Impériale
Laura Gauthier Petit, designer of clothing with author's prints.
After years spent between London and Parisin web marketing and digital strategy for major fashion brands, Laura Gauthier Petit is now returning to France for good. It is in 2013 that she decides to devote herself to what she really wants: to createFête Impériale. "My collections are very personal, I do not consider myself as a creator of conceptual or thematic pieces, each of my collections is an additional step towards my intimate universe. I see clothing as a protection that allows us to face realities and face everyday life with confidence and serenity. »
Each print is exclusive and has been designed, produced and drawn by an artist. All materials are carefully selected, inspired by 19th century furnishing fabrics and outfits: duchess satin, French silk, cotton and silk velvet, etc.