Childhood friends Barbara Boccara and Sharon Krie have always been passionate about fashion. One day, they decided to transform their vision to create their own brand: ba&sh. And that’s where their adventure begins, sharing their “ideal wardrobe” by designing and sharing the clothes they wanted to wear every day.
Their collections are a mirror of what they are: femininity, happiness, freshness, colorful. Their creations invite you to travel, with tangy colors that reflect their feelings: sweet dresses, jumpsuits and super feminine leather jackets. Their spunk helped them establish the creation of their own clothes brand, perfectly achieved by reflecting their image of smart and chic.
They work with their feelings and their desires, no trend book, continually displaying a strong sense of consistency in their collections of prints, precious substances of cotton veil, cashmere and silk declined in refined cuts.
In 2003, Printemps, the bon Marché and Franck&Fils were seduced by their work. Since the opening of their first shop in St-Germain des Prés in 2004, they continue to cultivate their brand and today, ba&sh is recognized and steadily growing, with as many as 450 points of sales globally. ba&sh has become an innovator in fashion while still remaining faithful to their brand‘s core and identity.
From the latest SS collection I have selected for you my favourite looks:
Bonn dress: Textured viscose dress. Marked at the waist. Part flared skirt. Butterfly sleeves. Deep V neckline at the back, highlighted by a large wheel to the bottom of the dress. A drawstring can better maintain the dress once worn. Unlined.
Cadix jacket: Tuxedo jacket in polyester crepe and silk satin collar. Rounded shape at the bottom of the jacket. Opening zip detail on neckline. Straight volume. Lined in acetate / copper. Has to be worne open.
Calcutta pants: Polyester crepe tuxedo pants with silk satin belt. Cigarette shaped, ankles length. Center leg seam and nice rounded finish at the bottom of the pants. Rounded shape of the belt at middle back.
Charlotte dress: Old fashion inspired dress in embroided cotton veil. Marked by a high waist belt. 3/4 sleeves slightly pagodas. Lined in tone on tone cotton veil.
Jackson jacket: Suit Jacket, seersucker of cotton / elasthanne spirit sport . Closure with one button. Long-sleeved with elasticated detail. Unlined. Without shoulder-pad.
Jersey pants: Stretch cotton seersucker slim pant. Ankle length. Two pockets in front. Shoulder closure by golden nails pressures.
Flint Coat: Light jacket in textured cottoned jacquard. Adjusted shoulder volume and straight , then rather broad. With snap golden metal balls clossures. Gathered cut on waist. Black cotton lining.
Siracuse shorts: Jeans short, low-waisted, 5 pockets. Finish frayed below.
For more info visit www.ba-sh.com