Wednesday, April 9, 2008

It all started with a little black dress

If I could wear only one label for the rest of my life, I would contact Serge Cajfinger and purchase every single piece from his Paule Ka collections. The company profile starts off with a charming line about a little black dress that foretells the rest of the company's history:
This is a story about a dress, a little black dress that reflects the mythical couture of the 1950's, the essence of Audrey Hepburn, and the taste of pure, contemporary refinement.
From the giant bow headband, more demure and sophisticated than the Juicy Couture bow, to the strapless bustier dress, reminiscent of Grace Kelly but resounding of bold modernity -- Paule Ka is a label designed for the lady with a penchant for vintage Christian Dior silhouettes and screenings of Breakfast at Tiffany's.

Miss Couturable
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