Bohemia with Bobo House for Spring 15
Be a relaxed Bohemia with Bobo House for Spring 15
1975 never looked so well, taking inspiration from the laid back Cali gal and bringing a modern sophistication is Bobo House. The behind the Paris-By-Way-of-LA inspired brand of Bobo House is the creative vision of born and bred Parisian, Eloise Lapidus, daughter of famed couturier, Ted Lapidus. Eloise Lapidus’ Bobo House is inspired by a particular approach to life in Paris, the “Bourgeois-Bohème” (Bobo)– stylistic independence and laid back luxury. Celebrity fans of the collection include Cara Delevingne, Michelle Williams, and Aimee Song of Song of Style. Boutiques who sell the collection include SATINE, Tootsies, and department store Saks Fifth Ave.
Born and raised in Paris, Bobo House designer Eloise Lapidus, was immersed in the sophistication of the fashion, architecture, and culture. The effortless beauty of the French woman stayed with her even after moving to Los Angeles and attending the University of Berkley. The early exposure to the world of fashion has allowed Eloise to harvest her designs through her travels and create inspired pieces that transcend the confines of trend and possess a timeless appeal.
The Spring 15 collection of Bobo House includes cheeky French phrases, with homage to 1975, a simpler time away from IPhones, tablets, and social media. The collection takes you poolside in Beverly Hills to romantic nights with a cool breeze in Paris. And for the customer who’s style is chic, understated with a hint of bohemian eclecticism. The collection is complete with perfect wardrobe staples; ultra soft tees, tanks, pullovers, and t-shirt dresses that combines Parisian whit with ultra feminine styles.
The Spring 15 collection that is eco-friendly as well.
And, since their collection is produced in Los Angeles, and is not outsourced, the brand reduces their carbon footprint. Our favorite pieces are the 1975 tee, versatile for the east coast, west coast, or world-traveling gal. We love the shadow-striped dress that gives a new take on the nautical trend. Both styles can be the perfect outfit to scream at the top of your lungs “I am On A Boat.” The collection retails from $85-$255; perfect for the store that wants a whimsical but understated presence in their window display.
All we have to say is Qui to Bobo House! To shop the Fall 2014 collection, go to http://www.bobo-house.com/.
By. Kosi Harris