PRLog - April 30, 2013 - LOS ANGELESE, Calif. -- March 14, 2013 – Los Angeles, CA – Pause Café, a well-known French clothing brand whose 75 stores throughout France have supplied French women with fresh colorful styles since 1988, is launching in the U.S. market. Instantly recognizable for their combinations of bright colors, striking prints, artistic details, and bold fabric and texture combinations, Pause Café re-interprets key fashion trends in unique combinations of fabric and texture juxtapositions, and marrying them with quirky, playful details. Pause Café brings together the quirky print and color combinations of Desigual and Custo Barcelona with the classic styling and fit of Eileen Fisher.
With over 75 stores, 30 franchises throughout France, and distribution in 1300 retailers and boutiques across Europe, Pause Café has a strong European customer base, with yearly sales around $26 million euros. Recently showcasing at Stitch Trade Show, Las Vegas, in New York, and in Chicago, the line has appealed to many specialty boutiques across the U.S. that carry European designers. Actress Tatyana Ali is already a fan of the Pause Café brand, and the line has been featured in numerous fashion editorials, including Fashion & Lifestyle Magazine, Agenda Magazine.
“Pause Café is perfect for the woman who wants something different, the detail on each piece is amazing,” said a retail buyer upon viewing the line at the Vegas trade show. “The quality is great, these pieces are timeless, and fun. You can style them in so many ways.” Pause Café caters to a wide age range, from 35 to 65, and is available in sizes 4 to 24. The brand has perfectly refined its fit over the many years, and pays close attention to seam placements, style lines, and choice of fabrics to provide garments with easy-to-wear silhouettes and exceptional fit.
The Fall/Winter 2013 Collection of Pause Cafe is grouped around key motifs: bold graphics, geometrics inspired by computer graphics, natural and organic references, urban landscapes and graffiti-inspired designs, and baroque, ethnic elements. Solid-color separates, and a small group of simple, streamlined designs are available for the less adventurous, as well as knit accessories. The Fall/Winter 2013 collection is available for viewing and editorial pulls at Fashion Forwards showroom in Los Angeles.
ABOUT PAUSE CAFE:
Created in 1988, Pause Cafe has been supplying French women with fresh, colorful styles for over 20 years. Embodying the French quality of timeless style and artistic touch, Pause Café inspires free-spirited women with unique combinations of prints, rich texture and color juxtapositions, soft, plush fabrics, quality materials, and an easy-to-wear, classic fit. Pause Cafe caters to stylishly eclectic women with an eye for detail who like to have fun with their clothing.