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Cosabella’s new shop-in-shop @Printemps Haussmann

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For those of you that are deeply in love with the city of lights and charming luxury lingerie, there is a thrilling news. Find out what!

we are enthused to announce that Cosabella has a new sho-in-shop inside one of the most iconic locations of Paris: Magasin Printemps Haussmann!

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Built in 1875, Printemps is a historical department store in the heart of the city, renowned for its exquisite architecture and cultivated taste for fashion. Being an eclectic and trendsetter brand, Cosabella has always had a strong connection with the french magazin, which resulted in a wider space to display our dazzling collections.

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The new shop-in-shop, set on the 6th floor, had its inaugural launch on march 4th during Printemps Fashion Party. A manicure station, handled by Hanaë from Chez Causette, offered Cosabella best colors from Spring 2017 collection and captured everyone’s attention!

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Spring colors!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lively pastels pair perfectly with tonal hues throughout the space, enhanced by the cutting-edge look of the whole lingerie floor. Besides our best seller Never Say Never, the shop-in-shop displays some of the newest and most charmant groups, such as Lamour, Bisou and Minimalista, strongly on the RTW side.

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When in Paris, make sure to pay a  visit to this marvelous piece of French history that is Printemps Haussmann, and discover what’s new from Cosabella!

About Magazin Printemps: since its construction on 1865, the department store has been the place where everybody who is anybody rushes for the latest trends. The building is perfectly representative of the main architectural trends with its breathtaking Art Decò windows, handcrafted and beautifully decorated. The 9th floor features a panoramic terrace, with a spectacular view on the city!

“Everything will be new, fresh and lovely there, worthy of the name Au Printemps (‘spring’ in French)“ Jules Jaluzot, Printemps founder