The Parisian fashion house, renowned for its creations that are both chic and quirky, the island of Paros in Naoussa, picturesque village to open its first store since 2019.
Named ‘On Aura Tout Vu Paris Paros’, the store offers a wide selection of jewels and clutches from the brand’s collections, as well as capsules designed and produced in Parisian atelier, reserved exclusively for Cycladic customers.
There are caps, capelins, shoes and a line of leather goods, ranging from beach sneakers, tote bags to small pouches and, of course, a collection of minaudieres, all embellished with crystals or the famous Angel or Demon logo.
It is unimaginable to open a store in the land of Icarus without offering sunglasses that brings you wings. The On Aura Tout Vu Eyewear line has naturally found its place and offers all of its models, without neglecting the male segment.
In a nod to couture and the printed second skin jumpsuits, which generally punctuate the house catwalks, a line of t-shirts, in transparent tulle, covered with exclusive prints, are offered at very affordable prices. A true collection of men’s and women’s ready-to-wear in limited edition offers a summer wardrobe in which sportswear meets the world of couture.
Following the house, the entirely white and gray boutique is adorned with crystals and sparkles with a thousand lights to never go unnoticed.
On Aura Tout Vu Paris Paros welcomes you, every day of the week from June 10 until September 30, 2021.
On Aura Tout Vu has had extraordinary know-how since the creation of the house in the 20th Century.
Through its daring and taste for experimentation, the couture atelier has developed their own techniques for creating and making accessories. It was in the ’80s with the creation and realisation for Houses like Christian Dior, John Galliano, Givenchy, Alexander McQueen, Christian Lacroix and many others that On Aura Tout Vu forged an experience in the luxury sector. Today, the atelier in Palais Royal produces the prototypes of bags, shoes, jewellery and couture objects for the house’s catwalks, as well as those of the diffusion lines.
Renowned for dressing international stars, like Lady Gaga, Madonna, Beyonce, Jennifer Lopez, Katie Perry, Livia Stoianova and Yassen Samouilov, the two designers of the house, are also very close to the arts with the creation and realisation of many costumes for ballets, but also stage outfits for the new Parisian review of Paradis Latin and the Moulin Rouge jewellery line by On Aura Tout Vu.