Anita Radovanovic’s dreams and journeys gave birth in 2006 to Mes Demoiselles… Paris. Season after season, the Brand invites us to follow a singular path. Her route. Hypersensitive, over an Artist’s emotions and her unique vision of chic simplicity. The true luxury.
Anita reinvents the fashion basics nurtured with her nice encounters. Her eyes and
Its cloth, soft, light, handwoven is rooted in the traditional manufacture of India. Majesty of the fabric,
Mes Demoiselles… Paris is a truly contemporary Brand, but true to its roots. Silk Road and golden sunshine, Mes Demoiselles… Paris’s unique pieces draw inspiration from the great human adventures as well as the strength of Nature. From this telluric breath, silk and cotton umbrellas, large draped and noble materials pigmented with beige hues are born. A tribute to our skin, to the earth, to spices. To the essentials.
As a child, Anita enjoyed long days playing at her grandmother’s home. Crocheted, woven or hand knitted pieces, sometimes decorated with flowers or stripes, remind
The world of Mes Demoiselles… Paris is committed to a way of draping, a curve, an allure. Passion for quality, demand for search, genuine sincerity.
Mes Demoiselles… Paris marries exciting, swirling and exhilarating fashion, with profound integrity. Anita’s will to share her values and her vision of the world. The world she loves. Her world.
The Mes Demoiselles… Paris woman? Subtle, enigmatic, discreet, mysterious, strong, authentic, urban, sensitive and mischievous. The brand offers her its inexhaustible search for the truth. The dress, the pant, the coat, the kimono, the sweater, the skirt, the blouse
Forever on-trend, Mes Demoiselles… Paris' clothing adorns us as a traditional costume would do, an invitation to achieve or pursue the journey.
Sophisticated and mysterious, the hand embroidered flecks of light pay tribute to Darpana, the India divinity adorned with her Mirror.
A symbol of the power of the whole creation, a reflection of the cosmic form.
Enter the universe of Mes Demoiselles… Paris.
« Pour savoir d’où l’on vient, il faut rester lié à ses racines, ne jamais se perdre. Partout dans le monde tu peux te sentir chez toi, parce que tu te connais.»