The Kooples opens Leeds store

French brand The Kooples has some serious fashion pedigree behind it and looks sure to replicate the success it’s experienced in its homeland as it opens new stores in Blighty. It has just opened in Leeds’ Victoria Quarter {a pretty special place anyway}.

The Kooples was founded in 2008 by three brothers ~ Alexander, Laurent and Raphael Elisha ~ sons of the couple behind the successful brand Comptoir des Cotonniers.

Designs are more androgynous, based on the idea that couples often borrow each other’s clothes. Suits me ~ I would drown in my husband’s clothes but my style is usually quite boyish. And I’m a Francophile.

While it’s undoubtedly good quality, some of their stuff may seem quite pricey for what you might call wardrobe basics. But if I get past that, this is what I would buy.

{printed silk jacquard shirt, £180}

{naughty wolf print T-shirt, £65}

{cotton sweatshirt, £90}

{quilted leather jacket, £445}

{bag, £260}

{yellow broderie anglaise top, £120}

{black broderie anglaise top, £120}

{blue-grey cigarette pants, £165}

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  1. Hello fellow Kooples obsessed. Kooples prices are not so friendly but the quality of their clothes are amazing, makes your feel French chic everytime you wear it. Check out their sale, now on :)

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