Césaire arrives at L'Habibliothèque!

9/18/2015

For one year now, L’Habibliothèque has thrilled the fashion world with an avant-garde concept that revolutionizes the way we shop.

Stéphanie Césaire’s vision of fashion has always been about associating design, know-how and affordability. She shares this vision with the founder of this soon-to-be-essential fashion library where we can discover the latest designer trends and borrow pieces without going bankrupt. Finally the ultra-innovative fashion idea we’ve been waiting for, in keeping with the concept of a collaborative economy!  

It is thus natural that a complicity was born between L’Habibliothèque and Césaire, motivated by the same desire to offer a true shopping experience to the 2.0 consumer who wants the latest trends but doesn’t want his or her fashion choices to be dictated.  

L’Habibliothèque is an online platform accessible from anywhere plus a super-trendy place in the heart of the Marais where one can discover, in an intimate setting, an exclusive selection by designers who create tomorrow’s fashions. So it’s not surprising to find a trendy selection of bags from Césaire’s new collection in this trend laboratory.  

Unique, trendy, limited edition pieces such as our Nathan bag decorated with Iguana that can be worn with an embroidered leather top for a casual rock look or Ange, a small, vintage-style box that mixes python leather with an intense blue. Our Maison’s favorites are already at L’Habibliothèque!

Rendez-vous at : www.lhabibliotheque.com

Tin-Tine, an updated camera bag…

Idole, refined folding

Nomade, voluptuous traveller

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Allured Metis

Tako, modern fluidity

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Justine, refined and elegant

Blouse, sensual and sophisticated

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Mothers Day

Fanny, think oversized for Summer

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