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La fille Colette, body and soul

  Colette Chretien   So, you like femininity, versatility, and slow fashion? I wrote about Colette Chretien, of La fille Colette, here. Well, Colette has done it again, created more beautiful dresses for her summer “desk-to-dinner” collection. I love the way these dresses look both sporty and feminine—and they somehow manage not to provoke my extreme fear […]

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making connections

It’s been a good year. I’ve been working hard: writing, styling clothes, taking pictures, watching women watch themselves, trying to understand what women do want.  I started to blog when it seemed like diversity was finally hitting the runway, and it wasn’t hard to find women who were tired of the same stale stereotypes about older women. […]

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La fille Colette, the compliment

  As promised in my post here, I recently ventured out again to take pictures of this more autumnal La fille Colette dress. It’s called the Victoria dress, and it’s sexy! And I think you’ll agree that it can look sexy on a woman of any age. 

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La fille Colette

I love it, of course, being approached by designers asking me to feature their work. When the person who approaches me is a young American designer who cares about quality, and slow, ethical fashion, it’s especially nice to say yes. Based in Boston, Colette Chrétien is the designer and founder of La fille Colette. Her debut collection was made on Cape […]

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