Arsene & les Pipelettes
Chloé de Bailliencourt clearly remembers what she liked and what she hated as a child. To her liking were swirling skirts and endless play on the beaches of the Basque coast as well as moments spent with her mother hunting for an unusual object or unique toy. True treasure hunts these searches gave her a taste for weathered objects, things that have lived, and particular materials.
In 2000 Chloe joined Petit Boy, and took artistic direction of "Contre Vents et Marées." Following this great experience, she decided in 2005 to stand on her own feet by establishing her brand for kids. This decision proved a return to her roots, as Chloe moved close to the port of Ciboure into a former machine shop warehouse. It is in this improbable environment, Spartan, crowded with large machinery that Chloe began the development of Arsène et les Pipelettes
A first collection of children’s clothing was born, and starting with a handful of customers in France, the adventure began. A baby collection was born only 3 years later upon the birth of her first child. Before she didn’t dare not knowing how to approach such a collection. Motherhood made everything easier for the now mother of 3...