Featuring

  • Fashion design // Atelier Bartavelle
  • Photography // Caroline Perdrix
  • Fashion photography // Patricia Khan
  • Words // Anne Collongues
  • Model // Olatz Lopez
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Ettore

Atelier Bartavelle x Caroline Perdrix

"Ettore" is inspired by the photo series land art "Metaphors" of the artist Ettore Sottsass. The artist Charlotte Develter has made three set ups in the limestone quarries of La Ciotat, near Marseille, which echoes the color range of the collection, architecture and print garment (wolves, blue pigment).

The color range is both lightweight and dull with yellow (like the mimosa flower), green (like water), indigo or deep chocolate. The materials are soft and silky, or structured and dry.
One discovers this season a top and shorts to complete the silhouette of the wardrobe. These are simple basics which include the same codes as the outer garments. The Nathanaëla jacket is a major piece of the collection: it mixes elegantly the denim jacket and the Bartavelle jacket codes.

Featuring

  • Fashion design // Atelier Bartavelle
  • Photography // Caroline Perdrix
  • Fashion photography // Patricia Khan
  • Words // Anne Collongues
  • Model // Olatz Lopez

About Atelier Bartavelle

ATELIER BARTAVELLE offers a wardrobe composed of outer garments and layers. Vests, jackets, perfectos, trench coats and coats are available in high quality materials in a wide range of colors that span the seasons. It is a minimalist wardrobe that is constantly evolving and articulates the search for the unique. One by one, all the pieces of the collection are stackable. The cut of each garment has an architecture inspired by maritime geometry. Each piece has a story to tell, that is not limited to its conception and design but extends to its creation: a rare fabric, the know-how of a workshop and a craftsman. Our garments are made in Marseille, Lodz and Porto.

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About Caroline Perdrix

Caroline Perdrix is the co-founder and designer of Atelier Bartavelle.