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Pallas Clothing For Women
Pallas has created the Beluga Wide Pants to be a new women's essential with a boyish touch. The Parisian brand, prized for its expertise and for its love of formal wear, has designed a simple new model that's easy to style. Style tip: add a twist to an evening outfit by wearing these pants with sky-high pumps and an ethereal blouse.
Pallas has been handcrafting impeccable clothes in Paris since 1960 using 'petite couture' - one person oversees all elements of production. Proving that tuxedo dressing is about so much more than suits, this gown is tailored from wool backed in satin, and has blazer-style lapels. It's completely open at the back and split through the front.
Pallas' flared pants are trimmed with satin stripes along the sides - a brand signature, inspired by tuxedo styles. They're cut from grain de poudre wool and detailed with all the hallmarks of quality tailoring, including welt pockets and pressed creases. Wear yours with a simple camisole and the matching blazer.
Each of Pallas' pieces are cut and assembled by a single craftsman at the label's Parisian atelier. This timeless robe-style coat is made from a black wool-blend that contains a touch of cashmere for luxurious softness. Looking for a new styling trick? The loose shape and tie make it easy to layer over blazers or denim jackets.
Pallas' sleek and sharp tailoring is worn by some of Hollywood's most stylish women, including Tilda Swinton and Beyoncé. This fluid ivory shirt is cut from lustrous silk-satin and has a draped wrap-effect front with no fastenings - tuck it into high-rise pants or jeans to secure it closed.
Reflecting the bold, directional mood of the Fall '17 collection, Pallas tapped up Paris-based photographer Pierre-Ange Carlotti to shoot its lookbook. Making a sophisticated case for regal purple, these pants have been tailored in France from cotton-velvet in a slim then flared shape and are trimmed with black satin. Wear yours as a full tuxedo with the matching blazer.
Entirely handmade by a single artisan in the brand's Parisian atelier, Pallas' pants are a testament to the label's impeccable tailoring skills. They're cut from wool in a straight-leg shape and overlaid with a draped panel - the purple satin lining subtly flashes as you walk. Wear yours to drinks with a metallic blouse or bra top.
The Bolshoi Wrap Shirt from Pallas has already become a must-have of the Fall-Winter 2017 season. This elegantly simple model is created from silk with a delicate drape. Follow the inspiration of this brand specializing in women's dress suits and show off the shirt under a jacket with a satin collar with matching peg pants.
When Violetta Sanchez was invited to meet the designers at Pallas, the iconic model and actress remarked on the "rigorous, modern and daring vocabulary" that the team brought to the classic tuxedo. A perfect example of that expertise, these shimmering crepe pants are cut in a streamlined skinny silhouette and stitched to retain their sharply pressed appearance. Pair yours with the matching blazer.
Playfully dubbed 'petite couture' by the label, each and every Pallas design is entirely handcrafted by a single artisan. This blouse is cut from lightweight chiffon that's blended with a touch of silk and printed with an iridescent snake pattern. Wear yours open as a jacket, or wrapped at the front as a blouse.
We love how Pallas' halterneck top will make whatever you wear it with feel instantly more sophisticated, whether that be jeans or the brand's sharp tailoring. It has been made in France from satin-crepe; the angle of the halterneck frames your shoulders beautifully.
Every single Pallas piece is conceived and handcrafted in the label's atelier, located in Paris' 9th arrondissement. This shimmering blazer is cut from bronze crepe and finished with classic tuxedo detailing, including lustrous satin lapels, covered buttons and angular shoulders. Wear yours with the matching pants to stand out in a sea of cocktail dresses.
Impeccable tailoring is essential to every woman's closet. Cut in a tapered silhouette that won't date, Pallas' pants have been made in their Parisian atelier by a single artisan. They have a high-rise waist and the brand's signature tuxedo-inspired satin trims. Although they work with everything, we particularly like them with the coordinating blazer.
It's unexpected pieces like this shiny top that keep Pallas' signature tailoring feeling fresh and contemporary. Cut from sleek black lamé, it's woven with enough stretch to sit comfortably close to the body and is finished with a turtleneck collar. Wear it as the label intended, under a blazer, gilet or waistcoat.
Using "petite couture" techniques, Pallas' blazer has been deftly tailored at the label's Paris atelier. An incredibly sophisticated way to wear velvet, this tuxedo-inspired design is cut for a slim fit and trimmed with black satin along its peaked lapels and buttons. Finish the look with the coordinating pants.
Adopt the androgynous elegance of the Babylone Business Jacket from Pallas. This Parisian fashion house proves once again that it has mastered the art of reworking menswear pieces. This striped jacket adapts to the female silhouette with an adjustable belt at the back. Combine it with a silk top, for example, loose-fitting suit pants, and heels for a refined masculine/feminine look.
Pallas' hand-tailored designs make you feel sharp, polished and powerful - so it's no surprise Tilda Swinton, Aymeline Valade and Beyoncé are fans. This sleeveless top has been made in the label's Parisian atelier from lustrous purple satin. It's buttoned at the slit back and finished with a neat raised collar.
A specialist in tuxedo jackets for women, Pallas presents its newest original creation, the BaÃ ̄kal tuxedo jacket. The Parisian label never ceases to revisit this masculine piece, imbuing it with a feminine touch. This item adheres to the traditional codes: the notched tuxedo collar, long buttoned sleeves, button closure, and piped pockets. Its fitted waistline adds femininity, while the textured, highly contemporary choice of material adds modernity to this design.
Teamed with a shimmery blazer, Pallas' tuxedo-inspired pants feature in our Fall '17 campaign, shot on the streets of Paris. They're cut from smooth black satin that's blended with wool and cashmere for added weight and warmth. The discreet back zip and high-rise waist ensure an impeccable fit.
A slew of our favorite style icons have been spotted wearing a Pallas tuxedo, including Pandora Sykes, Tilda Swinton and Adriana Lima. Impeccably tailored in Paris from grain de poudre wool, this slim-fitting blazer has lightly padded shoulders and peaked satin lapels. Wear it with the matching pants or to elevate simple jeans.