Spring/Summer 2013 Collection – Quintessentially French!

Triologie goes French this season, bringing out the quintessential of France in every aspect – From the whimsical depiction of contemporary Parisian life to the youthful golden Little Prince; Drawing inspirations from the most prominent creation of Notre Dame de Paris; Coco Chanel, the most prolific fashion creator of all time and the exquisite landscape photography of Yann Arthus-Bertrand.


A quirky fairy tale, the same chords of whimsy and spirit and magic, Amelie is like a love letter to the simple pleasures in life; Amelie is a portrait of effortless gamine and girlish style. The silhouettes are not too fussy nor elaborate, but pretty and simple, charming and a little bit impish.

Little Prince

Saint-Exupéry may have drawn inspiration for the prince’s character and appearance from his own self as a youth, as during his early years friends and family called him le Roi-Soleil (the Sun King) due to his golden curly hair. The shirting and shirt dresses with cute little bows bring a touch of androgyny, the digital cosmic print add a splash of colour to the entire capsule.

Notre Dame

Notre Dame is depicted by both the texture of the French cotton lace, the smocking details, and the digital print. Contrast in colour and fabric combination is prevalent in this capsule. Expect structure and drapped silhouettes, dresses with contrast lining.

Coco Chanel

This capsule attempts to echo the lengendary Chanel’s philosophy in emphasizing elegance and youthfulness. The sheath dresses fabricated in Camelia laces and houndstooth prints; Tuxedo blouses paired with bell-bottoms; The jerseys reincarnated and the embellishment of chiffon ruffles fill this range.

Yann Arthus-Bertrand

The photographer has inspired colourful picturesque landscape prints. Embellishment such as braided and pintuck details add a hint of femininity; The assymetrical knit silhouettes create fluidity and colour blocking in the capsule. Expect lots of textures and prints, regular and irregular hemlines, spontanety and composed images.