At TF we love fashion to have fun, which makes us beautiful and uninhibited, which claims what we are.
This is the mantra of the Filles A Papa, which offers a rebel and wise cloakroom both.
Discovery in words and images.
Behind this unconventional name hiding two Belgian young sisters, Carol and Sarah, who style girls like them, who refuse to take fashion too seriously.
Their clothes are designed to celebrate and live life without taking the head. A very “tomboy” collection with the right amount of sexiness to seduce us all.
The name is ironic. It reflects their first girls Filles A Papa somewhat rebellious and willing to emancipation. Girls who do not have cold eyes, sexy, impulsive and do not care about the look of the other. Cool and stylish girls in sum.
Finding their sources of inspiration within Punk and Rock’n'Roll culture, they have developed a wardrobe made out of strong and assertive looks, hovering between American sportswear and European chic.
Their collections are a message of freedom and independence, worn with aplomb and fitting bodies closely.
Debbie Harry’s cheekiness and Kim Gordon’s ageless glamor come to mind. Boundaries collapse between formal and casual wear, masculine and feminine, rough and refined. Sequins adorn utility shapes, while oversize styles are combined with skinnier fits.
Rich in contrasts and influences, FILLES A PAPA’s clothes are energetic, smart and uninhibited. Day and night become one, while sartorial codes clash and blur, offering a new chemistry for modern girls.
Graphic and structured at the same time, jackets have a slimming effect on the silhouette and legs are shown off in tight pants. Evening fabrics lose some of their drama in comfortable and fluid shapes, as easy to wear as a tee-shirt.
Layered according to circumstances, and made for everyday life, Filles A Papa‘s garments quickly become stylish friends. Refusing to take themselves too seriously, Carol and Sarah are having fun with fashion, celebrating its vitality and paradoxical nature.
Filles A Papa : the brand for those who assume (themselves).