With colours and prints of every kind, the woman of today is on the constant look out for casual but chic outfits that she can wear throughout the day or on the evening. Who’s Next l IMPACT l Traffic are joining Première Classe from the 2nd to 4th October 2020 at Jardin des Tuileries in Paris, where you’ll be able to discover a range of Ready-to-Wear brands.


LEO & UGO is a family-run business founded in 1978. The brand’s range of smart-casual clothing incorporates contrasting prints and textures to produce designs suitable for every occasion.1


CISO is aimed at modern curvy girls, sizes 12 to 26 (UK sizes). The CISO girl dares to stand out from the crowd, and wants to be a bit different. The brand provides good-quality fashionable styles that prioritise fit and comfort.

JENSEN is a sister brand to CISO, similarly offering reasonably-priced everyday pieces.2


My Dress Addict offer dresses that you can wear from day to night: straight-cut, mini, maxi and floral. With different fabrics, colours, and prints, the French based brand is really thinking outside the box to have all women find a dress that suits. 


Born in 2000 from the imagination of its creator, this colorful label is intuitive and cheerful. Each piece is designed like a painting and is intended to dress a different woman. It is the combination of materials and colours that work together in Olivier Philips’ designs to enhance the femininity of its wearer.

Calie Paris 

Calie Paris offer collections inspired by daily life in Paris. The creators wanted the brand’s designs to represent themselves, as creatives and dreamers, as well as all women wanting to express their femininity and feel beautiful.3


Pako Litto was born in 2006 in Marseille and has evolved over the years, maintaining its Mediterranean inspiration, to become a timeless brand. The brand pays close attention to trends but reinvents the basics by offering a wide range of styles and colours every season. The Pako Litto look is easily recognisable with its range of products mixing femininity with urban relaxation.


Thanny is part of the way you present yourself to the world. One of the strengths of the brand is its uniqueness, created through use of interesting materials with unusual prints and patterns. Each dress is as unique as its wearer.Ajouter un sous-titre


Throughout their travels all over the world, Lara and Jean-Paul were inspired by everything they saw: traditional skirts in Togo; ceramics in Mexico; dyeing techniques in Indonesia and giraffes in Kenya… Everything experienced by the couple on their travels is today reflected in LARAETHNICS’ colourful, light and fresh designs. 


In love with the culture and atmosphere of Asian countries, Gilles Poupard decided to share this passion with his home country of France almost 30 years ago. And so, PALME was born. He was initially so successful in distributing his collections from Asia to his many stores on the French Riviera, that he decided to create a wholesale company in Paris in 1990 to give retailers and central purchasing companies the opportunity to sell his unique products. 5


Over 90% of Isla Bonita’s clothing is 100% cotton, with hand embroidered details and eco-friendly dyes. Within each of their collections, a variety of styles can be found: from dresses, kaftans and kurtas to sarongs, bags and towels. The brand’s name is inspired by the magical moments that summer brings, where in addition to feeling comfortable, you want to feel unique.


Designed in Paris and made in India, the colourful and pattern-filled creations of ZEN ETHIC offer a modern take on ethnic styles. Ethical production is at the heart of how the company operates, ensuring fair wages and good working conditions for all those employed by their workshop in Rajasthan.6